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Evaluating Bilingual Education: A Canadian Case Study. A decade of research on immersion programs in Ontario is synthesized. The immersion programs studied over this period include three major alternatives: early total French immersion, early partial French immersion, and late partial French immersion. The programs all serve an English speaking students population, devote at least one half of each school day to instruction in French, and use the same curriculum content as the regular English program. The specific programs included in this synthesis are described and their effects on French and English language skills, academic outcomes, and social psychological adjustment are summarized. Questions raised by the research involve effective teaching strategies and research design. Overall, the three types of French immersion programs have been successful in promoting advanced French language skills. This success is attributable in part to parental involvement, optional participation, positive attitudes toward French, and the majority group membership of the participants. A bibliography includes a comprehensive listing of reports, articles, and books which relate to immersion education in Canada and the United States.
If you would like a more structured approach, there are are a number of educational programs available for your kids, including "Junior Dinosaur Explorers," and "Dino Adventure Hour." For these, be sure to check the website, and book ahead. This museum is also perfect for the adult science afficiniado, who would be able to study the information panels for each exhibit, and learn to his heart's content. A full-service restaurant will allow patrons to relax and unwind after their learning experience. There are so many cool and interesting things to see in this town, and I'm going to list four more of my favourites. These are things to see that are unique to the valley, and will make your trip memorable and quirky. 2. The Hoodoos: Going from Rosedale, you keep heading East on Highway 10. Hoodoos are ancient rock formations that have a somewhat eerie and prehistoric feel to them.
They are very unique and worth seeing. 3. Atlas Coal Museum: Come and experience for yourself what it was like to work in the cold, dark coal mines of Drumheller. 30/family, which allow you to "be there," instead of learning about history in a dry book. 4. The Little Church: The Little Church is my personal favourite. There is something about this place that I find so moving. Built in 1968, it was designed to be the "world's littlest church," although I'm not sure if it actually is. It is a real church, with six one-person pews, and a little pulpit. On the pulpit is a guest book, and signed are visitors from all over the world. It touches me that this little building still stands, with no locks and no security. Vandals have let it be, this little haven built up in the hills. And although it would be too small for much of a crowd, it's just right for a quiet moment with God. A 90 minute drive from Calgary. If you make it to Drumheller, I am confident the whole family will enjoy it. Be sure to take your camera to record your unique experiences. I am happy to have been your guide through this Hub, and can say that I know the town quite well, because this is where I grew up. CanadaAttractions and Travel - What's So Good About Canada?
Cool - sounds like a dangerous, but somewhat fun hobby. Congrats on your nomination. Great job you little beaver you. Congrats on your nomination. Many thanks for your comment Pamela99.I sure love carving. I need to write more about it. You are so talented and I love the pictures of all the work you've done. Contrats on your nomination. Thanks RIPPLEMAKER-Yes it was hard to give that first mask away. Now that I have carved so many masks giving them away and selling them is MUCH EASIER. I am always amazed at the talent of people and this is one of them! It's so wonderful. Thank you for sharing your love for masks and wood carving! I was smiling about the ritual of having to give your first mask away. I can just imagine what you must have felt! Congratulations on your Hubnuggets nomination! I'm going to place the link here so people who love your hub can go and vote! Great hub and congratulations on your HubNuggets nomination! Thanks for your encouragement PeggyW, and mbtreat. It must be so much fun to see something evolve from a piece of wood and become something beautiful such as the things you have created. Thanks for sharing the pictures of your wood carvings and telling us of your learning how to do it.