Bootcamp FrancoFUN

Bootcamp FrancoFUN

Core French Teaching Camp

Mystère au carnaval

October 28-30, 2016
Fraser River Lodge
Agassiz, 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

Schedule: Friday, October 28th 6 pm (check-in starting at 5 pm) to Sunday, October 30th 12:30 pm

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 it's time to sign up!

Deadline

THE BOOTCAMP IS NOW FULL.
If your spot has been reserved by your School District, your spot is guaranteed. If not, any registrations received on September 22 or later will be placed on a waitlist.

Registration forms and payment must be received by October 7, 2016.
If not, spots will be given to teachers on the waitlist.
First come first serve!

Cost

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

Shared rooms (3 persons per room), no single rooms available

  • $375 per person

Please contact your school district about Pro-D funding.  Some school districts have graciously funded previous 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