The National Assembly wants the end of “Hello! Hi! ”

In recent days, the debate on the use of English in Montreal businesses has once again been present in the media. The National Assembly has even just adopted a motion to counter the use of the "Hello!" Hi! ” typical of downtown Montreal shops. Let us take a closer look at what brought the debate on the language spoken by Quebecers back to work.

New Anglicisms Now Permitted

The Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) adopted a new language borrowing policy in 2017. Let's take a closer look at those that can now be included in our communications.

On March 20, let's celebrate the Francophone presence across Canada

The Canadian Association for French Language Education (ACELF) marks the International Day of La Francophonie on March 20 by offering the “Je suis franco” mobilization campaign on Facebook and Twitter.

De Marque: distributor of Edutechno educational resources

De Marque becomes the official distributor of the digital educational resource EduTechno for elementary schools in Quebec.

Spelling corrected more and more the norm

It's rather rare that major spelling changes are made in a lifetime. When this is the case, as in 1932 or 1990, it takes several decades before their integration and application becomes visible. This is what we are currently experiencing in the media with the circumflex accent and the types of features in particular.

Free the words, capture the images and cross the music!

The Photo Poésie educational project, 2016 edition, is in full swing from January 4 to February 26, 2016. It is not a competition, but an invitation to classes from preschool to high school to collective creation via Twitter.

UQAM offers the French adaptation of Abracadabra

This online resource, created in 2000, now benefits from a French version thanks to a team from UQAM and many partners.

1000 students from 32 countries learning French in Quebec

The summer school year began today for 550 students from 32 countries around the world learning French in Quebec City. People aged between 10 and 75 are expected this summer at the private French immersion school Edu-inter and a total of 1000 during the year.

Web radio: a trendy way to work on oral in high school

A real audience and the use of ICT to perfect their oral skills, you had to think about it! Back to the presentation of the teacher Sébastien Verbert at the last Summit of iPad and digital in education.

Dozens of technological tools for the French class

During the last AQUOPS conference, the teacher Patrick Poulin presented several technological tools relevant to the students of his French courses in high school. Free and collaborative for the most part, they have been brought together for ease of reference.