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|Title:||Curriculum Destine aux Franco-Ontariens a Hamilton|
|Abstract:||Ontario history is riddled with challenges to the survival of the French language in the province. Today, the issue of language maintenance is a serious one for Franco Ontarians living in areas where French is the language of the minority. Much needs to be done in the area of language maintenance and it is up to area French language schools to ensure the survival of the language. This project attempts to examine the history which has led Franco-Ontarians to the issue of language maintenance, the government's and the school's role with respect to ensuring the survival of French and to develop a curriculum unit whose purpose is to encourage students to capitalize on the use of their language of origin and culture by developing cultural pride and encouraging them to develop social networks outside the school.|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Dissertations and Theses|
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