National French Adviser
M: +64 27 3562497
Guillaume has over 15 years of experience teaching junior and senior French (from Year 7 to 13) at Wakatipu High School, Queenstown. His strength lies in having students engaged through teaching approaches that are student-centred while encouraging them to explore, take risks, collaborate and develop as inquirers. He strives to grow students’ independence and a higher level of thinking to help them make sense of their learning and the world around them.
And here a few words from Guillaume in French:
Bonjour à tous profs Francophiles et/ou francophones,
En ce beau début d’année 2020, J’ai le grand plaisir de rejoindre l’équipe de Future Learning Solutions. Je suis ici pour VOUS en tant que Conseiller National de Français et avec ce rôle je me mets à VOTRE disposition pour :
- Répondre (ou au moins chercher la/les réponses) à vos questions.
- Conseiller et offrir des ateliers pédagogiques, sur la langue, la culture et qui répondent à vos besoins.
- Partager du matériel, des ressources pédagogiques et sur l’enseignement du français.
- Supporter, discuter et vous rencontrer dans vos écoles.
- Créer des liens entre profs et entre écoles.
- Revivifier la passion de cette belle langue qui est celle de Voltaire.
Bref, en 5 mots : je suis ici pour vous!
Professional support for teachers of French in New Zealand is offered by the following organisations:
New Zealand Association of French Teachers (NZAFT)
NZAFT is a subject association which provides support for teachers and students of French in New Zealand. For more information or to join NZAFT, visit www.nzaft.co.nz. Their email group for teachers of French is an excellent source of information and resources. It is also the primary medium through which organisations advertise opportunities, scholarships, grants and other important information for teachers and students. To register, contact NZAFT.
New Zealand Association of Language Teachers (NZALT)
NZALT is a professional network of language teachers with over 500 members. It runs a number of initiatives designed to support teachers in the classroom including competitions and professional development opportunities.
For more information or to join NZALT, visit www.nzalt.org.nz.
For more information, visit www.ambafrance-nz.org.
The Alliance Française is a worldwide network of nonprofit associations dedicated to the promotion of the French language and the cultures of France and of the many French-speaking countries abroad.
For more information, visit www.alliancefr.org.nz.
TKI Learning Languages
The Learning Languages Community is a portal to professional learning opportunities, professional support for the New Zealand Curriculum, pedagogy, assessment, resources and key links for language teachers. Learning Languages publishes regular newsletters to keep language teachers informed about important deadlines and events.
For more information, visit http://learning-languages.tki.org.nz/.
The Shared Histories project is about students in New Zealand schools partnering with students in French schools to carry out projects of remembrance for the duration of the WW1 commemoration period 2014-2018. For more information, visit www.sharedhistories.com.