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WJ Mouat Secondary School is proud to be the only high school in the Abbotsford School District to offer a complete French Immersion Program in a Dual Track environment.
Our students have excellent teachers, are taught with innovative techniques and have access to state-of-the-art technology. An annual trip to Europe provides students with hands-on experience in implementing the language skills they have worked hard to develop.
Students are assimilated in every aspect of the high school culture and help to lead our School of Character initiative, Student Leadership events and Social Justice projects. They are involved in the Technology Education, the Arts and Athletics. Work Experience and business are further areas of opportunity for our students.
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- French Immersion Character Camp 2012
- French Immersion Drumming 2012
- 21st Century Project Based Learning 2012
- French Immersion Grad Dinner 2011
- French Immersion Gr. 9 Survivor Lunch 2011
- How To Be A Hawk 2011
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French Feeder Schools
- Chief Dan George Middle
- Centennial Park Elementary
- Clearbrook Elementary
- Margaret Stenersen Elementary
- Sandy Hill Elementary
Education Physique 9 (PE9FI)
Follows the same curriculum as the regular Physical Education courses.
Français Langue 9 (FRAL9)
Continuation of FRAL 8 for immersion students. Students are expected to demonstrate a working knowledge in their written competency of the present, imparfait, passé composé and plus-que-parfait tenses. In FRAL9, the grammar content will also focus on: Prepositions, Personal pronouns and agreement with the past participle, Active and Passive voice, Future tenses and conditional modes. Also, poetic devices will be introduced. The FOUR skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) continue to be developed. Literature: Le Lion Recommended: Petit Larousse de poche, Bescherelle.
Français Langue 10 (FRAL10)
Prerequisite: FRAL 9
Continuation of FRAL9 for immersion students. While constantly reviewing FRAL9 grammar concepts and verb tenses, the focus of the grammar component will be the 4 concepts: Possessive and Demonstrative pronouns, Subjunctive tense, Relative pronouns, Comparative and Superlative. Also, poetic devices will be emphasized. The FOUR skills, (listening, speaking, reading and writing) continue to be developed. Literature: Les Misérables, and Contes de Maupassant. Recommended: Petit Larousse de poche, Bescherelle.
Français Langue 11 (FRAL 11)
While constantly reviewing FRAL 8, 9, and 10 grammar concepts and verb tenses, the focus will be on: Imperative, Past and Present Infinitive, Present participle and Gerundive, Passé Simple and Reflexive verbs. Literature: The novel (J'ai 15 ans et je ne veux pas mourir), the play (Bousille et les Justes or Zone) and poems from various times, places and authors are studied to provide students with an opportunity to develop their comprehension, writing, discussion and analytical skills. Composition: Emphasis on the written process. The FOUR skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) continue to be developed. Recommended: Petit Larousse de poche, Bescherelle.
Français Langue 12 (FRAL 12)
Students will have an oral provincial exam in May and will write a provincial exam in January or June. Grammar: Reviewing of FRAL 9-11 grammar concepts and verb tenses.Literature: Novel L'étranger, the play (Florence) and poems from various times, places and authors are studied so that students learn 1) an appreciation for literature as a means of understanding themselves and the intercultural community, 2) to discover their cultural identity, 3) to use their bilingual skills in society. Composition: Emphasis on the written process in particular: essay, description and narration. The FOUR skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) continue to be developed. Recommended: Petit Larousse de poche, Bescherelle.
Planification 10 (PLANF10)
All French Immersion students must complete Planification 10 in order to satisfy graduation requirements. Focuses on four core areas; the Graduation Program, Education and Careers, Health and Finances. The Planification 10 course curriculum enables students to develop the skills they need to become self-directed individuals who set goals, make thoughtful decisions, and take responsibility for pursuing their goals throughout life. Provides students with the opportunity to relate their learning in school to the demands and expectations of society and to help students to enhance their personal well-being and realize their full potential.
Sciences Humaines 9 (SCH9)
This French Immersion course follows the same curriculum as the regular Social Studies course. A study of the principles of democracy and the major events in European and North American history from 1500-1815. Also, includes mapping, a study of Canada's First Nations and an introduction to the regional geography of North America.
Sciences Humaines 10 (SCH 10)
This French Immersion course follows the same curriculum as the regular Social Studies course.
Sciences Humaines 11(SCH11)
Students will be required to write a provincial exam in January or June.
SCH11 follows the same curriculum as the regular Social Studies courses.