Paul et Suzanne: un modèle de francisation - Complete Kit
The Paul and Suzanne francization model teaches language while promoting students’ holistic development.
This made-in-Manitoba program is being used in schools in every Canadian province and territory. Paul et Suzanne - un modèle de francisation is recognized by Education departments and ministries across the country as a curriculum resource appropriate to the needs of early learners in French language schools and French immersion programs.
The Paul et Suzanne kit includes:
Program description (100 pages)
This document outlines the aims and objectives of the francization model and deals with language and thought development in children, curriculum planning and learning through play.
20 “big” story books
(24 cm w x 33 cm h, spiral bound)
Each big book contains ten different stories featuring the Paul and Suzanne characters.
Teacher's Guide (77 pages)
This guide suggests a number of activities that teachers can use to help students assimilate the vocabulary and other language concepts found in the stories.
200 pictorial summaries
These summaries (large format: 215 mm x 355 mm) present each of the stories in comic strip form. The sheets can be photocopied and given to students. They provide an opportunity for reviewing the story at home and allow the whole family to take part in the child’s French language learning process.
A CD with 20 songs
Each of the 20 storybook themes is accompanied by a song, the words of which are taken from the stories and sung to traditional French folk tunes.
The two hand puppets represent the Paul and Suzanne characters.
As vocabulary reappears from book to book, words and language patterns are reinforced and help children build a good basic vocabulary. The themes offer a variety of contexts that bring the language to life for young learners.
- Zoo Animals
Each storybook contains...
- Parts of the Body