MATF-AMPF MTS PD Day Conference 2021 - Getting Back Into the Swing of Things

Event is FULL - Currently not accepting registrations

L’Association manitobaine des professeurs de français -
Manitoba Association of Teachers of French MATF-AMPF

Getting Back Into The Swing of Things

Lieu de rencontre/Location: Virtuel

Date: le 22 octobre 2021

09 h 00 à 10 h 15 - Session A
10 h 15 à 10 h 30 - Pause-santé/Break
10 h 30 à 11 h 15 - Session B
11 h 15 à 12 h 15 - Dîner/Lunch
12 h 15 à 13 h 30 - Session C
13 h 30 à 13 h 45 - Pause-santé/Break
13 h 45 à 15 h 00 - Session D

An individualized link for each registered session time will be provided to all registrants the week of MTS PD Day! **

MATF Membership and MTS PD Day Conference Fees:

MATF 2021-2022 Membership Fee..............................$35
MATF Membership and Conference Fee.....................$0 (Free with the purchase of a Membership)
MATF Full Day Non-Member Conference Fee.............$80
MATF Student Membership and Conference Fee.......$25 *Must have valid student ID

Registration/Conference Information contact person:
Kyle Melia


Session A: Highly Engaging Oral Communication, Reading and Writing Games for FCC

Learn a variety of highly engaging oral communication, reading and writing activities to get your students speaking in French and how to assess these activities quickly and easily.

Carling Comte is an FCC teacher in Niverville and the recipient of the Greg Sametz Award for Excellence in Teaching FCC.

Session B: Free Online Digital and Print Resources for Teaching FCC

Come learn about all the free online and print materials available to FCC teachers of all ages. Learn about new resources that you can use instantly in your classroom!

Mona Hutchings is the Support Librarian for French (English Program) at La direction des ressources éducatives françaises (DREF).

Session C: Getting Back Into The Swing of Things: Engaging Post Pandemic FCC Learners

Learn strategies to engage your students in the FCC classroom following a year of changes. Learn fun ways to structure your lessons to get your students back into FCC learning.

Emory Ashcroft is a rural FCC specialist at Gladstone Elementary School in the Pine Creek School Division.

Session D: FCC Project Based Learning in Partnership with the Assiniboine Park Zoo

Learn how to incorporate elements of Project Based Learning into the language classroom. Start with the end in mind, use revision, connect, and make something! Participants will have the opportunity to discuss, reflect and explore this planning process and make links to curricular learning outcomes for FCC.

Jody Daly is an FCC teacher at MBCI who partnered with the Assiniboine Park Zoo to create PBL opportunities for students linked to zoo programming and field