Step 3 - Où est mon chien ? kit

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Où est mon chien ? kit

Où est mon chien ? is an emotionally-charged story about a little girl’s search for her much-loved lost dog. Written by Wendy Maxwell, with songs and raps co-written by Matt Maxwell, this story and associated activities found in the kit will engage and entertain younger students. The main character, Marie, meets with many familiar people in her community throughout her search for Minuit, her black dog. In the end, she has a wonderful surprise that will delight the students! In this kit, students will enter the story, become the characters, talk, laugh and sing about them within a familiar context that will support students of all learning styles.

Through our multi-modal approach, focus on literacy, use of gestures to provide visual and kinaesthetic support while maximizing student production, you will see student engagement and proficiency levels improve rapidly!


Enhance your kit with the following extras:
Minuit et see amis- Reader

Another Minuit story, more advanced than the previous two. Minuit loves helping his friends and in the final scene of this story, he visits his friend, Chantale, the cat. Minuit supplies her with fish and cuddles her young kittens.

Story: Wendy Maxwell 
Illustrations: Stan Gadziola
Appropriate for ages: 4-7

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Ronron le chat- Reader

We meet Ronron again, a friendly cat introduced in the reader JAMAIS. Ronron really loves his friend, Rachelle, and her beautiful house. But everything changes when Rachelle arrives home with a little kitten in her arms. Another comical story about Ronron, this time with the kitten, Minou.

Story: Jacqueline Kelly
Illustrations: Stan Gadziola
Appropriate for ages: 4-7

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We solve many of the challenges language teachers face.

Learn about some of the challenges Primary School Teachers face when teaching languages.

The Gesture Approach

The AIM is a methodology that supports students by providing strategies and techniques that ensure student language acquisition and a high level of engagement. The Gesture Approach allows students to visualize, hear, say and 'feel' the language simultaneously, and this results in rapid proficiency development.

A Literacy- and Arts-Based Approach

Through the use of story and drama, songs, raps, and dances, students are moving to the language as they create meaning. Scaffolding and cooperative learning strategies help all students - the shy, weak, and strong - to find great support and success.

High-Frequency Vocabulary

One of the most essential aspects of AIM that ensures student success is the high-frequency vocabulary (Pared-Down Language) that threads throughout every aspect of this methodology. AIM is designed such that each word is repeated extensively, allowing students to develop a strong foundation for language proficiency.

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