What's Different in Canada

A Beginner's Guide to the Differences Between the Two Most Similar Countries on Earth

French Immersion

French Immersion programs are publicly funded K-12 courses taught entirely in French, to accelerate learning and promote bilingualism in Canada. Its popularity ranges greatly by province, being the most popular in New Brunswick and the least popular in Saskatchewan. Probably beats learning Spanish from Dora the Explorer. 

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    As someone who had to learn math in french and then switch in the third grade to english math, if screwed me up. That is...
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    Thank you! She has a very glib and privileged perspective of the US. Most of her posts show a very limited knowledge of...
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    Fact my husband forgot to include when he reblogged this: I’m a product of the French Immersion system. As such, I...
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    PUBLICLY FUNDED PRIVATE SCHOOL EXPERIENCE FTW
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    And useful. Literally paying off starting this week. As I am making 14 $/hr for speaking French