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Fusion - Table of Contents
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Table of contents  FOREWORD	VII  TABLE OF CONTENTS	VIII  WELCOME TO FUSION	1 What you’ll find in this book	2 Un mot aux parents francophones	3  1.  EXOGAMY	5 What’s in a word?	5 How do you pronounce that word?	7 “But what if I don’t like that word?”	8 Using that word	9 Why such a fuss over a simple word?	10  2.  FAMILY TIES	13 Take time to talk	13 More about language	16 Culture and exogamy	19 “What’s best for our child?”	24  3.  GROWING UP	29 An a-maze-ing story	29 As for mixed couples	32 Language use and identity	34 Yo! We’s chattin’… ’bout chattin’!	39 Language use	41 Language, intelligence and literacy	46 Children with francophone roots	48  4.  FOCUS ON FRENCH	53 Pots o’ gold	54 Speaking of bilingualism	58 Building a framework 	61 Filling the “Family Life” pot	64 Reading	72 Topping up the pot 	80  5.  EDUCATION	83 French-language education	84 French immersion	85 Core French	85 Section 23	88 A brief history of French-language education	96 The French-language school	101 Espace institutionnel	112  6.  GOING TO SCHOOL	121 Focus on French—again	121 Working together	125 Volunteering in the classroom	129 In parents’ own words	133 Homework	139  7.  THE FRANCOPHONIE	145 The international Francophonie	145 A look at Canada	145 The impact of exogamy	147 THE CANADIAN FRANCOPHONIE	151 Alberta	154 British Columbia	156 Manitoba	158 New Brunswick	160 Newfoundland and Labrador	162 Northwest Territories	164 Nova Scotia	166 Nunavut	168 Ontario	170 Prince Edward Island	172 Saskatchewan	174 Yukon	176  BIBLIOGRAPHY	179  INDEX	187

 
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