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Remodel your sentences – Grammar in the service of Editing and Strategic Reading (Quebec City)
(Note: This seminar will be conducted in French only)
Date: Mondays, November 13 and December 4, 2017
Location: Université Laval, Pavillon Maurice-Pollack, local POL-3105, 2325, rue de l’Université, Québec (Québec) G1V 0A6. Paid parking on site.
Time: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Cost (lunch non included)
Early registration (on or before October 12):
$80 for Editors Canada student affiliates
$120 for non-member students
$150 for Editors Canada members
$180 for members of related organizations
$210 for non-members
After October 12:
$90 for Editors Canada student affiliates
$140 for non-member students
$180 for Editors Canada members
$210 for members of related organizations
$240 for non-members
Registration closes on November 9, 2017
Learn how sentences work, their types and forms, to personalise your message, to write strategically and to better understand texts. This seminar offers guideposts organized to develop the ability to observe, to see and to justify all responses.
This 6 hour workshop will be presented in two three-hour sessions, two weeks apart. This break will allow you to use the ideas acquired in the first session and, during the second one, to ask the questions that will inevitably have arisen through their use.
A passionate trainer of written French in businesses, school boards, etc. Véronique Léger has earned a Master’s degree in language pedagogy (French grammar). She is also a lecturer in the Sciences de l’éducation department at the Université de Montréal. Éditions Galeace has published her manuals and toolkits written to enable their users to learn her self-correction method.
“Thank you. Madam Léger is dynamic, energetic, colourful, etc.” René Baril
“This training/workshop helped me greatly in my editing work. Thanks to the new analytical tools which I gained, I can more easily spot problems in a complex sentence, and then correct them more quickly.” Sylvie Collin, rév. a. (editor accredited).
Seminar Coordinator: Sylvie Collin