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What is the French Module?
The PDP French module is designed for those interested in teaching in French Immersion, Core French (French as a Second Language Elementary of Secondary) or Francophone programs. The majority of this module is taught in French.
Applicants must indicate at the time of admission their interest in this module. They must also submit their French Language Proficency certification (DELF/DALF score) unless they are from a Francophone country with all of their post-secondary schooling in French). Questions on DELF/DALF exemptions should be directed to email@example.com.
Elementary Core French, French Immersion or Francophone Programs:
Applicants who apply to the elementary stream are considered for both the French Module and the general elementary stream of PDP If they have completed 6 units of English Literature with the required French Language Proficency certification (DELF/DALF result). All pre-requisites must be completed by May 15.
Applicants that complete only French Literature or do not have the pre-requisite courses complete by May 15 are only considered for the French Module.
Secondary Core French:
Applicants must have a major or minor in French Language & Literature, and enter the French Module. They also must have the required French Language Proficency certification (DELF/DALF result) unless they are from a francophone country with all their post-secondary schooling in French.
Secondary Core French with a second teachable:
For applicants who have completed 6 units of English Literature, their second teachable does not need to be taught in French (e.g. they could teach PE for example in English). If they do not complete the English Literature requirement, they need to have a DALF C1 score to teach both Secondary subjects in French Immersion.
Secondary French Immersion or Francophone Programs:
Applicants who apply to the secondary stream for French Immersion (with a non-Core French teachable) must provide a French Language Proficency certificate of DALF C1 score, and will be placed in the French Module. They are considered for both the French Module and general secondary stream of PDP (only if they have completed 6 units of English Literature by April 30th.)
What is the International Teacher Education Module (ITEM)?
ITEM is a PDP English-language module that focuses on the internationalization of education. Applicants must indicate at the time of admission their interest in this module and submit a letter of intent.
ITEM completes the EDUC 401/2, 404, and 405 semesters in the Lower Mainland, but will travel to India or Mexico for 7-8 weeks of the EDUC 400 semester.
What is the Indigenous Perspectives Teacher Education Module (IPTEM)?
IPTEM is a PDP module that focuses on two pressing issues in education today; increasing the number of First Nations teachers in B.C.; and augmenting the knowledge, skills, and understandings of non-Indigenous people teaching and working with First Nations children and youth.
Applicants do not have to be Indigenous to apply to this module.
Applicants must indicate at the time of admission their interest in this module and submit a letter of intent. Due to demand, we cannot guarantee placement in this module.