Over the past 10 weeks, 100 French teachers from the English-speaking Caribbean took part in a training program specifically designed for them by the IFLE Education Project Managers, Ms. Sabrina Lipoff and Mr. Babacar Diallo.
This program aimed to allow teachers to improve their linguistic and pedagogical skills as it relates to teaching French as a Foreign Language. It has now come to an end and it was surely a success. See for yourselves!
“Vraiment un grand merci à vous pour l’opportunité offerte aux profs de francais de la Caraibe. Merci pour votre dévouement et beaucoup courage pour la continuation du projet. A bientôt.” – Carine James, Antigua & Barbuda
(A really big thank you for the opportunity offered to the French teachers of the Caribbean. Thank you for your dedication and all the best for the continuation of the project. See you soon.)
“Merci bien pour cette formation! J’ai appris plein de choses qui me seront utiles.
A la prochaine!” – Elrene Burke, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines
(Thank you very much for this training! I learned a lot of things that will be useful to me. See you next time!)
“Merci de nous avoir transmis votre savoir.” – Julia Sharon-Thomas, Dominica
(Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us.)
“Un grand merci à vous, Sabrina et Babacar, et à votre équipe d’avoir préparé et partagé cette formation. Merci d’avoir travaillé avec nous. Merci de votre aide et votre soutien. J’ai beaucoup appris et j’apprécie vos efforts. Bonne continuation!” – Shelley Wong, Jamaica
(A big thank you to you, Sabrina and Babacar, and to your team for preparing and sharing this training. Thank you for working with us. Thank you for your help and support. I learned a lot and I appreciate your efforts. All the best!)
“Un grand merci à toute l’equipe du projet IFLE Caricom, en particulier à nos profs, Sabrina et Babacar, et à l’Alliance Francaise Trinité-et-Tobago.” Janessa Lawrence – Trinidad & Tobago
(A big thank you to the entire team of the IFLE Caricom project, in particular to our teachers, Sabrina, and to the Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago.)
Even though the formal part of the training is over, teachers will still have access to the resources provided and conversation classes will continue until the end of June.
We would like to thank all the teachers for their trust, dedication and hard work, as well as the Ministries of Education of the participating countries and their respective teams for their continuous support.
The journey to plurilingualism continues…Stay tuned!