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Friday, February 5 • 12:45pm - 2:15pm
ACCENT sur le patrimoine | ACCENT on heritage

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ACCENT sur le patrimoine | ACCENT on heritage is an interactive bilingual platform on centered on cultural and historical aspects of Alberta’s Francophone heritage. It was designed for students in an educational environment as well as to provide teachers with learning materials complementary to the curriculum. The platform contains a timeline depicting different francophone peoples of Alberta throughout our history. In order to accommodate different age groups, the depth of the content is varied, simply clicking on information boxes to find more information about each topic. You can also find additional teaching tools in the Teacher's Zone. Finally, come back often as new content will be made available regularly. Content developed in partnership with Société historique francophone de l’Alberta, the session will give an introduction about the interactive platform (in French) (in English) and propose an overview of the history of French in Alberta.

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Denis Perreaux

Denis Perreaux was born in Manitoba, raised in Saskatchewan and has lived in Alberta for almost 30 years. His love for history may well have been inspired by his historical journey. Born in St. Boniface Hospital (1871), he grew up in the tiny hamlet of St. Maurice-de-Bellegarde, Saskatchewan... Read More →



Friday February 5, 2021 12:45pm - 2:15pm MST
Virtual Room 13 (French)
  Francais  Social Studies / Études sociales
  • Language of Presentation French
  • Grade Focus 4-6
  • Room Details Virtual Room Maximum Capacity - 300
  • Grade Focus 44351
  • Tags French