LE JEUNE QUÉBÉCOIS ET LES LANGUES MODERNES
AbstractLearning a second language has come to mean almost exclusively French or English in Canada and Quebec, an undertaking trammelled distractingly with social, economic and political overtones. Lobelle investigates the teaching of German, Spanish and Italian in Quebec schools, and names the considerable obstacles in their way. He discusses the pedagogical advantages of learning a modern language, and ends with a consideration of certain remedies of organisation and coordination that have been proposed, including that of secondary schools in major centres that would specialise in modern language instruction, on a model that has been successful in Russia.
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