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Conversational French for High Schoolers!
Full Year French Class - Level 1: Semester 2 (High School)
In the second semester of this full-year class, students will continue to learn the French language while focusing on communication skills.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
$16 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 14 weeks
55 minutes per class
PRE-REQUISITES Students must have taken Semester 1 of this class, or meet all the following pre-requisite skills that were covered in Semester 1. REQUIRED VOCABULARY SKILLS -Introducing yourself -Introducing other people -Describing physical appearance and personality -Talk about the present using regularly conjugated verbs (all three types) -Talk about breakfast, lunch, and dinner foods -Making polite requests using "I would like" -Immediate and extended family members and pets -Adjectives...
This class is taught in English.
I have been learning French for 9 years now, from French 1 - French 5 as well as 4 years of immersion French classes. I am conversationally fluent and at a B2 level. I have tutored French immersion from May 2020 through August 2020 when the French immersion school near us closed for quarantine, and I've been teaching French through Outschool for 1 year. I took the French CLEP test a few years ago and got maybe 5 points away from a perfect score while testing out of and getting credit for all the French classes at my local community college. I also continue to take French lessons with native speakers, and I am working towards my Bachelors in French, which includes classes in advanced French immersion, French literature, and French education. I also have my certification in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), the principles from which I apply to my French classes.
Each week BEFORE CLASS, students must watch a short vocabulary and grammar video. Students will have weekly assignments that including studying vocabulary, practicing grammar, and practicing conversation
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will get an informal written evaluation at the end of the semester based on in-class participation and submitted homework assignments. Letter grades may be provided by request IF the family lets me know within the first week of class. If you took the first semester with me, I will continue with what I did for you then. For any new students, I will ask during the first week, and follow up with the grown-ups of any student who is unsure.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Break out rooms will be used in this class for group work. All break-out rooms will be closely monitored by me switching between rooms to keep students on-topic and help when needed. If a particular group of students gets to a point of being out-of-control and other methods don’t work, break out rooms will be stopped for the rest of the session.
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