FRENCH - French at the Royal BC Museum

Can't get to the museum in person? No problem. Learn about online French resources, activities and lesson plans from the Royal BC Museum. We'll highlight new French content for primary grades and lead participants through a sample lesson, resources, and ready to use classroom activities appropriate for middle and secondary early or late French Immersion classrooms. This session will focus specifically on newly created and/or translated French resources, and how to integrate language and content about the natural and human history of British Columbia. 

This workshop will be presented in English.

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10:15 AM - 11:45 AM IN-PERSON
Room 1107

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  • Royal BC Museum
    Liz Crocker

    Liz joined the Learning Team at the Royal BC Museum in 2016 after more than 25 years of working in education, interpretation and heritage with parks, historic sites and museums in British Columbia. At the museum, she manages the content for the Learning Portal and has a focus on distance learning, natural history and archives.

    In 2021, Liz gathered French teachers from across the province to identify and develop museum resources for other BC French teachers. The project continues and in 2022, the museum was able to publish more than twenty new French resources for French teachers related to the nature and culture of British Columbia. 

  • Tamara O'Reilly

    Tamara has been teaching for 12 years and has a passion for language and history.  She has her BA in History, BEd, and MEd in Modern Languages Education. Tamara currently teaches at the middle school level and loves the joys, challenges and energy preteens bring to the classroom each day.

    Most recently, she has been one of several educators working with the Royal BC Museum to translate and develop French language resources for the Learning Portal and ShareEd BC.