Bootcamp FrancoFUN

Core French Teaching Camp

Voyage dans le temps

March 13-15, 2017
Brew Creek Centre
Whistler, BC

  • French Conversation Practice
  • Activities and Strategies for Core French (Grades 5-10)

TWO GROUPS
Beginner Level A1
: explanations and discussions in English, activities in French
Intermediate Level A2
: all in French

In a relaxing atmosphere, this Bootcamp FrancoFUN offers a wide range of curriculum-centered, interactive linguistic and cultural activities allowing Core French teachers to practice their French skills, network with colleagues and focus on resources (activities and strategies) for their classrooms.

Bootcamp FrancoFUN is organized by the Office of Francophone and Francophile Affairs at Simon Fraser University.

  Flyer
  Program (coming)

Schedule (to be confirmed)

Is this Bootcamp for you?

  • Are you a Core French teacher?  Would you like to practice or improve your French?
  • Do you want to learn innovative ways to engage your Core French students?
  • Are you ready do have fun in French with teachers from across the province?

If you reply "yes" to these 3 questions, then this camp is for you!

Registration Dates

Registration opens on December 1, 2016 and closes on February 1, 2017.

Registration forms and payment must be received by February 1, 2017.
Registration arriving after the deadline will be put on a waitlist.
First come first serve!

Your spot is reserved only if you received a confirmation directly from the OFFA. If you did not receive a confirmation, your spot is not reserved.

Cost

The price includes accommodation, meals, activities and resource kit.

Shared rooms (2 persons per room).

  • $375 per person

A limited number of single rooms are available with an additional cost of $146 for the two nights.

Please contact your school district about Pro-D funding.  Some school districts have generously funded Bootcamps for their teachers.

Non-reimbursable after the deadline.

Registration

  Registration form (pdf)
  Registration form (doc)
  Waiver (pdf)

Contact

Betty Chin
778-782-7646
educprog@sfu.ca