Letters to Anthony: The Holidays are just around the corner!

The holidays are fast approaching! My friend Ti't'oeil le reenne is asking himself some good questions! Can you help him?

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Mr. Guy Bergeron, one of the pioneers of L'École branchée, now retired, corresponds regularly by email with his grand-nephew Anthony, who has mild autism. He tells her stories and invites her to all kinds of discoveries by making connections with the world around him. 

You will have the pleasure of reading him regularly in this column, and you may even want to draw inspiration from his texts with your own students (whether they are autistic or not!). Anthony is in first year (6-7 years old).



Anthony! Anthony! Anthony!
Our holiday season fast approaching.

A song from La Bolduc (1931)
A few more days and it will be the Christmas holidays.
 My friend Ti't'oeil has good questions on this subject! 
Here are some of Ti't'oeil's questions ...
1. Christmas is in how many days?
2. How many days will the holiday break last?
3. When will the return to class take place?
4. Will the return be in 2017 or 2018?
Ti't'oeil has other questions for tomorrow ...

OK! Crio! Be patient! 
Consult the December and January calendars to help you with your calculations.
You can use the site: http://icalendrier.fr

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About the Author

Guy Bergeron
Guy is one of the pioneers of École branchée. He was notably one of the creators of the SCOOP educational guides! in 2004. Now retired, he worked as an educational advisor in ICT integration at the Commission scolaire des Découvreurs.

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