Nouvelles resources en française: Les travailleurs : une histoire de la main-d’œuvre en Colombie-Britannique

This pre-conference session will be held Thursday evening. The session will provide an overview of the lesson resources created by the Labour History Project that have been translated into French and are available on TeachBC and the BC Labour Heritage centre's website.  Lesson materials are pour les enseignant( e)s  des courses secondaires: Pour Science humaines  9 – 10, Science humaines secondaire, Justice 10, et des autres courses d’histoire pour les étudiant(e)s d’immersion ou cadre.

Francois Provencher, an Immersion teacher from Ballenas Secondary school will co-present this session and facilitate the discussion in french.

This session is for the benefit of Immersion/Cadre teachers across the province who may not be able to attend the conference on Friday but desire to hear more about the French Language learning resources that we have created to support Sc Hum 9/10.

It is hoped that this session will lead to the creation of a provincial network of Immersion/Cadre teachers who are interested in further collocation and support on resources to meet the needs of their curriculums.

Target Audience

Secondary school teachers


Thursday 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

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  • BC Labour Heritage Centre
    Wayne Axford

    Wayne is a retired Social Studies Department head from the Burnaby School District and is the Education consultant for the Labour Heritage Centre. He is also a long-time member of the BCSSTA executive currently serving as past-President.