EFI

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AcronymDefinition
EFIElectronic Fuel Injection
EFIElectronics For Imaging
EFIExtensible Firmware Interface (Intel)
EFIEnergy for Industry (various locations)
EFIEnergy Federation Incorporated
EFIError Free Interval
EFIExtensible Firmware Interface
EFIEuropean Forest Institute
EFIEnterprise Florida Inc.
EFIEuro-Foncier Immobilier (French: Euro-Land Real Estate)
EFIEvangelical Fellowship of India
EFIEuropean Federation for Immunogenetics (formerly European Foundation for Immunogenetics)
EFIEnrico Fermi Institute (University of Chicago)
EFIElectric Field Instrument (on POLAR)
EFIEarly French Immersion (Canadian language education program)
EFIElectronic Flight Instrument (aviation)
EFIElectromechanical Frequency Interference
EFIEnvironic Foundation International (Glen Allen, VA)
EFIExploding Foil Initiator
EFIEnvironment Furniture, Inc. (various locations)
EFIEurope France Inventeurs (French inventors association)
EFIEngineer, Furnish, and Install (telecommunications)
EFIExpeditionary Forces Institute (UK)
EFIÉcole de Football Intercommunale (French: Intermunicipal Football School)
EFIEuropean Foundation for Immunogenetics (now European Federation for Immunogenetics)
EFIexternal fuel injection
EFIElectronic Flash Illuminator
EFIEngineering Function Instruction
EFIElektrisitetsforsyningens Forskninginstitutt (Norwegian Electric Power Research Institute)
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Although Early French Immersion (EFI) programs are widespread across the country, not every student enrolled in one of these second language programs encounters success and remains in the program.
My sincere gratitude to the principals of the two schools, and the dedicated Early French Immersion teachers who participated in this collaborative action research project for the last 2 years.
Victor: A case study of a Cantonese child in early French immersion. Canadian Modern Language Review, 48, 736-759.
Early French Immersion (EFI) programs, which begin at the onset of elementary school (grade 3 in New Brunswick), provide equal instruction time in both official languages after mainly exposing students to French when they initially start school.
Each school had students who had been studying French since kindergarten (early French immersion) and students who had started the immersion program in grade 7 (late French immersion).
The parents that I interviewed had various reasons for sending their children to early French immersion. They saw opportunities for their children to learn a second language and to add to their cognitive, social, and linguistic skills.
Early French Immersion: How has the original Canadian model stood the test of time?
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