We expect that as a student of Late French Immersion, you will:
  1. Come to school on time every day prepared to work to the best of your ability.Work hard to improve as the year proceeds, based on where you started from in September.
  2. Behave according to the John Stubbs Code of Citizenship.
  3. Treat the classroom as a workplace.
  4. Complete homework and assignments neatly and hand them in on time.


Homework is an extension of the learning experiences you have during the instructional day. Homework is designed to help you achieve classroom and school goals. You will have homework every day. You will need to set aside approximately 1 hour a day, depending on how fast you work. Your homework will fall into these five categories:

  1. WeeklyDictée’: This is memory and written work which will be set every week. You will need to set time aside EVERY DAY to prepare for this.See the dictée webpage for more details about the dictée routine. Approx. 20 minutes
  2. Unfinished work: this is work not completed in class and is within your ability to complete at home. Approx. 5-10 min.
  3. Revision drill: this is an extension of the work introduced in class. It is an individual activity that will strengthen any weak areas. Approx. 5-10 min
  4. Research long term assignments: this is work which involves the use of reference material (city library, school library, textbooks, Internet etc…) It is assigned on an extended time basis with a list of criteria and a due date. Approx. 10-20 min.
  5. Review: this will not appear on your agenda all the time. You are expected to spend about 15 minutes every day at home studying previously learned material

This is how homework should normally be organized every night. Remember, these times are not exact; you may need more or less time to complete your homework.

When you have long-term assignments due, you will be given both class time and homework time to complete them. You may find that you have more than one hour of homework, depending on your work speed.
If your homework is at home, we will consider it as not done, your name will go on the homework board. You may be expected to stay in at recess or lunch to do your missing homework, or it may be due the next day. This will depend on the exact situation. Please speak to your teacher about why you have not completed your homework; she may be able to help you in some way.

NEVER say you don't have homework!

Useful links to help you REVIEW:


vidéos en français: Radio Canada, Nickelodéon; le vocabulaire de Noël,l'hiver, les verbes du 3eme groupe; quiz de revision des verbes; le vocabulaire de l'Halloween, les parties du crops, lesactions, les formes géométriques et les solides; mores shapes; la chanson de la semaine; accents on letters; les articles: Le, la, l', les, un, une, des; numbers; alphabet; salutations; important expressions; verbs "être"& "avoir", être with adjectives, avoir expressions; objets de la salle de classe; objets de la classe; les couleurs; days of the week, months; le rang; le prépositions prep 1, prep 2, prep 3, prep 4, prep 5, prep 6;time; oldDictée, Verbes IR , verbes du 2e gr., verbe aller, les metiers, les sports, Dr. Mrs. Vandertramp, Pronunciation of syllables, la nourriture, junk food, vocabulary tools, les fractions , lespourcentages, activités physiques, pronoms possessifs pronouns & also this site;" Téléfrançais Episode 1 , 2 , 3, 4, 5, 6 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 ; practice Bodyparts; Jeu degéométrie; les formes géométriques; verbe être cue cards; ER verb cue cards; ER verbs video; l'heure;Comment vous sentez-vous aujourd'huivocabulary; verbe aller + future proche; verbes du 2e groupe; le verbe faire; le verbe vouloir; le verbe pouvoir, Dr. & Mrs. Vandertramp; les pornoms possessifs, l'imparfait passé procheJeux Bob l'éponge etc.
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