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Languages


French

The goal of the French language program at Page is to get students excited about French Culture and language. Therefore, French students at Page can expect to experience the language and cultures of France, Belgium, Switzerland, Quebec and other French speaking areas through virtual tours, projects, Mr. Salter’s French Café, field trips as well as international travel.  Each Tuesday, French students will have the opportunity to engage in “A taste of French” through French Café.  Many of the Café activities range from authentic cheese tasting to creating Belgian chocolates. Students will also be excited to know that we will visit Café Bicyclette in the Cité Francophone where we can practice our speaking skills and eat delicious food. Finally, the ultimate goal for this French program is to provide an opportunity for students to immerse themselves in language and culture through exchanges and International Travel. So, during Spring Break 2016, students will be travelling to France and Italy, including Paris and Rome. Be excited, open doors, choose French!


Spanish

¡Bienvenido al programa de Español! Welcome to Spanish program! Spanish students at Page will learn about Spanish Language and Culture.  We make Spanish real and interesting to our students. Students participate in merienda on Fridays where we get to sample Spanish foods from Latin America and Spain. It is always exciting to know that our Spanish students get to go to an authentic Spanish bakery to sample Spanish baking as well as get to go out to a Latin Restaurant to practice our language and conversational skills.


Punjabi

This Punjabi Language and Culture Three-year (3Y) Program is intended for students who are beginning their study of Punjabi language and culture at J. Percy Page High School. Punjabi is spoken widely in India and Pakistan, and now it has become a global language. It is growing rapidly in Alberta and Canada; Learning Punjabi opens up many opportunities to communicate with others and develop an awareness of and sensitivity to cultural and linguistic diversity. It offers personal and cognitive benefits as well. Students learn Punjabi in a relaxed atmosphere with plenty of opportunities for conversations, reading, and writing. The students watch/learn Punjabi movies, plays; go out with the teacher for delicious Punjabi food and impress their families with their linguistic skills.