We are pleased to welcome Radio Host, Gillian Deacon as the Keynote speaker for the OMLTA Spring Conference: Talk to Me/Parle-moi. For further information please click on the Upcoming Events – Spring Conference 2016.
What's new at the OMLTA?
The OMLTA and MLC are pleased to offer a one-day session focusing on the FSL curriculum for secondary teachers. This one day session will include: Key aspects of the new curriculum, Creating a supportive class environment while embedding authentic cultural awareness learning activities, authentic, spontaneous and interactive speaking activities and instructional strategies and best practices in FSL education.
This session will be held on Saturday, December 12 from 9:00 – 3:00 p.m. in Toronto. Registration deadline: November 27, 2015. Please see the attached document for more details
The OMLTA and MLC are pleased to offer a one-day institute in the Ottawa Region to support the implementation of the FSL Revised Curriculum. The institute will take place on November 28, 2015 and will focus on a range of topics including:
1. Key aspects of the revised curriculum,
2. Creating a supportive classroom environment while embedding authentic cultural awareness activities
3. Authentic, spomtaneous and interactive speaking activities
To register please RIGHT-click on the following link:
Further location and Registration details are available in the attached flyer.
The OMLTA/AOPLV is now accepting proposals for workshops for the 2016 Spring Conference on Friday, April 1 to Saturday, April 2 at the International Plaza Hotel (formerly Doubletree) in Toronto!
Information can be found by visiting the Spring Conference 2016 page (click on Upcoming Events – Spring Conference 2016 – Workshop Presenters 2016)
The deadline for submissions is Friday, December 4, 2015.
The Fall 2015 batch of news, great strategies, activities, reports, and thought-provoking articles that you have come to enjoy is now online!
Members: Check your email for a direct link to the latest issue or click on the “Members Only” section of our website to download your own copy.
The OMLTA continues to work for you, and the latest issue of “Communication” will undoubtedly be a benefit to all of our members… and future members.
I was recalling an initiative that took place when I was on the Board of Directors and which has grown into a kind of institution… In the fall of 1984, I introduced the concept of the ‘Concours d’art oratoire’ for Ontario. I enlisted the support and collaboration of CPF Ontario. The Board of Directors and Diane, the president endorsed this project. I organized the first concours in 1985 in Ottawa with the participation of Toronto and Ottawa area Boards.
The close collaboration between OMLTA and CPF has resulted in a success story for FSL education in Ontario. The concours has grown over the years and has become an annual event. It encompasses a research and writing process at the classroom level across the province and culminates in a National festival in Ottawa. Vive le concours OMLTA-CPF!