2017 Formulaire d'inscription / Registration Forms

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The registration deadline is March 31, 20

Verbathon Creator, Emmanuel Escueta, Receives Prime Minister's Award


Verbathon Creator, Emmanuel Escueta, Receives Prime Minister's Award

On May 12th, 2016 Prime Minister Trudeau presented Emmanuel Escueta with the Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence.

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The Government of Canada Prime Minister's Award website

Les détails préliminaires du Tournoi National Biennal du Verbathon® 2017

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Il n’ya pas de frais de participation. Pourtant, les participants doivent avoir une trousse VERBATHON® Vous pouvez en commander par:

Preliminary Details for the 2017 National Verbathon® Tournament

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It is free to participate in the tournament, but the participating teachers need to have a VERBATHON® 

Lauréat d'un Certificat d'excellence du Premier ministre


Lauréat d'un Certificat d'excellence du Premier ministre

Le journal de l'immersion - ACPI - Volume 38, Numéro 3, Automne 2016

Association canadienne des professeurs d'immersion

 

Final Results from the 2015 National Verbathon Tournament

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Bravo et félicitations à tous les enseignant/es et les élèves qui ont participé au Tournoi National Biennal du VERBATHON® 2015. Voici les résultats finaux et la liste des commanditaires.   

2013 National Verbathon Tournament


The video highlights from the 2013 National Tournament. Original music by Laura Escueta.

Changing Attitudes & Behavior


When other French teachers mention that they have a tough behavioral class…I immediately mention Verbathon. My favorite success story is about a little boy who gave so much attitude and behavior that he would destroy my classroom. Closer to the end of the year…he tried Verbathon for the first time and got the fastest time in the class.

— Kelly Murray, Ontario

Most Successful Teaching Tool


Verbathon has been one of the most successful teaching tools I've ever used. The other day we were practicing Verbathon and I told the class that we need to take a bit of a break to work on some other work and a student yelled out..." That sucks! Can't we just do verbs all day?" I just about died laughing. How often do you hear that in a core French classroom?

— Kelly Murray, Ontario

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