By the 1800s, a mixture of Cree, Scots, Quebecois, Athabascan peoples in Canada had developed a culture known as Métis. These sashes have become an iconic symbol for that/ those culture(s), and even for Canada as a nation. The earliest and most intricate versions were braided ('finger-woven'), but later on loom-woven versions were made for commerce/ trade. Ceinture fléchée, free-end braiding, finger weaving, Métis sash

By the a mixture of Cree, Scots, Quebecois, Athabascan peoples in Canada…

The theme song for Quebec's Carnaval. It goes a little fast, but the lyrics are included and the chorus repeats a few times so students could join in singing that part. This could be a nice addition to a unit on French culture.

*The theme song for Quebec's Carnaval. It goes a little fast, but the lyrics are included and the chorus repeats a few times so students could join in singing that part. This could be a nice addition to a unit on Quebecois culture.

Le chandail par Sheldon Cohen - Film ONF Ce court métrage d'animation ressuscite l'époque des années 1940, où tous les jeunes étaient subjugués par leur idole, Maurice Richard.

Le Chandail, The iconic short animated film by Roch Carrier and Sheldon Cohen presented by the National Film Board of Canada

Use this short video to show your French students the "tire d'érable" which is very popular to do in the winter in Canada.

Use this short video to show your French students the "tire d'érable" which is very popular to do in the winter in Canada.

Sample Lesson: Le Carnaval | Language Teaching Tools

Language and Level French as Second Language; this lesson is suitable for adolescent or adult learners. Learning Objectives Activity Students will be able to recognize key words on the subject o.

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