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Participating in contests is a great way to have fun in French while challenging yourself amongst other youths!


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Concours d'art oratoire - Canadian Parents for French

Target audience : Secondary
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Canadian Parents for French’s Concours d’art oratoire is Canada’s largest annual French public speaking contest, involving close to 100,000 students every year across Canada, and offering tens of thousands of dollars worth of prizes. CPF’s aims of this contest are: • To stimulate student interest in learning French; • Improve student oral speaking skills; • To give students experience speaking French in public. The contest is held at four levels: classroom, school-based, provincial and national levels. The classroom and school-based contests are usually organized by interested teachers in the school (with some assistance by CPF-Québec if needed). The provincial and nationals events are organized by Canadian Parents for French. The CPF-Québec Concours d’art oratoire is open to Secondary students studying in Core French, Enriched, Enriched Plus, Immersion and Francophone classrooms. Contests across Canada vary as to grade level.