I accompany my students as they move on to another project

On the heels of the first project, students are guided toward new entrepreneurial projects to ensure that they progress in their learning. Along these lines, the students can identify a new need, become more involved in project planning and development, and vary their choice of products, resources and strategies. As well, diversified entrepreneurial experiences such as company visits and meetings with enterprising individuals and various organizations, etc. are likely to foster the development of program-related competencies.

Short-term entrepreneurial projects are more suitable for students enrolled in the two-credit program and, in this context, the teaching staff can provide closer collaboration.

Entrepreneurship program

Links to the program provide you with an opportunity to familiarize yourself with its content.

Entrepreneurship program

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  • Competency development tables (Program, pp. 16-17 and 20-21)

Classroom organization and pedagogical context

Here you will find relevant information and tools that you can use to organize your classroom and your entrepreneurial projects.

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  • Types of companies (4 credits) (.doc) (PDF)
  • LES 2 Teacher’s Guide (.doc) (PDF)

Meaningful, Open-Ended and Complex Learning and Evaluation Situations

Activities and tools, some taken from two learning and evaluation situations (available unabridged under Sections 2 and 5), are suggested. Graphic organizers are also included. Here you will find a variety of information on how to use them. All of these activities, tools and graphic organizers facilitate the development of the two competencies while helping in the planning of learning content appropriate for your students. These elements are associated with the learning and evaluation situation. Please note that it may not be possible to find elements relating to every phase of the process.


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  • My entrepreneurial profile (.doc, PDF p. 5)
  • EN-GO – Our Strengths (.doc) (PDF)
  • Reflective sharing (.doc, PDF p. 11)


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  • Interview checklist (.doc, PDF p. 7)
  • The community’s needs (.doc, PDF p. 6)
  • Finding a solution (.doc, PDF p. 5)
  • Presentation of the project (.doc, PDF p. 7)
  • Is this project feasible? (.doc, PDF p. 6)
  • Planning and implementation (.doc, PDF p. 8)
  • EN-GO – A Detailed Timeline (.doc) (PDF)
  • EN-GO – Project Timeline (.doc) (PDF)


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  • EN-GO – Conducting a Survey (.doc) (PDF)
  • Notes on the different videos present (.doc) (PDF)
  • Cultural Activities Month at School


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  • Regulation questionnaire (.doc, PDF p. 10)


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  • LES 2 Teacher’s guide (.doc) (PDF)
  • LES 2 Student’s logbook (.doc) (PDF)
  • LES 2 Action plan (.doc) (PDF)
  • LES 2 Appendixes (.doc) (PDF)