I wish that I had been this wise at her age. My daughter is in a French Immersion Programme. Most Canadians have the option of educating their children in the Official Language of their choice (it gets more complicated in Quebec). Isabel has been in this programme since senior kindergarten and is fluently bilingual. She has amassed enough required credits to receive her diploma in both English and French. She and her classmates find some teaching styles less engaging than others (duh!) and Mr. S. has a less engaging style. Some of her classmates have switched into a History class taught in English, but she thinks that this is too easy and has decided to stay with Mr. S. If he was a truly "bad" teacher, there would be no question of switching classes, but that is not the case here. I've got to admire her wisdom and her compassion. I know that she will do well. Thanks for looking.
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