For My Child - Phase 3: Cohorts 4 and 5 (2007)

A Study of the Impact of French-Language Family Literacy Programs on Francophone Families in Linguistic Minority Settings in Ontario

To better equip Francophone parents to act as their children’s first teachers and to support them in this role, a number of French-language literacy centres have provided family literacy programs in several Francophone communities in Ontario. This document presents the results of a research study that evaluates the impact of family literacy programs on Francophone parents and children in Ontario. In this study, the researchers assessed the changes observed in literacy habits and in use of French among parents and children who have been involved in a French-language literacy program. They also analyzed the various models adopted by these programs, identified the challenges that they must meet and the factors for their success, and documented their best practices.

This study was conducted over a five-year period, during which researchers assessed five cohorts of Francophone families who participated in the family literacy programs offered at French-language literacy centres. Each cohort participated in a program composed of 8 to 10 workshops. This report deals with the last two cohorts of families who participated in these workshops.

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Sophie LeTouzé. For My Child - Phase 3: Cohorts 4 and 5 2007. Web. 6 Aug. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/cfafbo/child3/child3.pdf>
Sophie LeTouzé (2007). For My Child - Phase 3: Cohorts 4 and 5. Retrieved August 6, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/cfafbo/child3/child3.pdf
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