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High School French 1 or 2, or Spanish 1 or 2 Flex Semester Course (16 Weeks)
This course provides home school students with one semester of high school equivalent foreign language study. The choices are French or Spanish, level 1, (semester 1 or 2) or level 2, (semester 1 or 2)
Andrea Bourne, MAT, EdS, ABD
298 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 13 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
No live meetings
Over 16 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
There are no open spots for this class.
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*Message me first to request a specific course. Do not sign up before requesting a course.* A 16-week enrollment provides access to a course on Google classroom supported by graded activities in Quia or taken as a screenshot and submitted via course message. Students can check in weekly. This is a true flex course for a highly motivated learner. Most schools will not accept non-NCAA classes for credit, so this should only be considered for credit if you are an experienced homeschool parent....
I have taught foreign language and designed online language at all levels from middle school to college since 1995, building and teaching my first language course online in 1999 for a school system. I believe online learning is an effective way to learn a language, both as a teacher and a learner. While I have designed this course to be a scheduled course, it offers flexibility to work at a learner's pace within the weeks to accommodate students' learning preferences and schedules. See below for student responses to the question: "How did your teacher communicate with you and how frequently?" (Note, student grammatical, spelling, and punctuation errors are preserved.) "My teacher talked to me often, she helped me alot [sic] through out this course. She would keep me updated, give me tips and helped me if i [sic] was stuck, she also would say good morning and things like that, i [sic] know its [sic] not relavant [sic] but i [sic] thought that was really nice." "She would always end with have a good day and a lot of teachers don't do that." "YES. She was great. Best teacher as far as communication that I have had while doing online classes." "She sent us tips and tricks and responded on time to any questions or concerns." "I would ask her questions about the guided practices and grading. She would update me on assignments I didn't finish." "She went in depth to answer my questions in a timely manner, and never made me feel like the question was dumb to ask. she [sic] also reached out to me with things i [sic] could to to do better understand the lesson and help my grade." "This was my first time taking an online course. I was really scared and worried it would be hard but it wasn't. i [sic] rarely ever had technical issues. My teacher helped me and explained every question i [sic] had. My teacher made sure i [sic] was always on task and assisted me with tasks i [sic] should complete. Overall my experience was great , and i [sic] would recommend this class." "I was able to learn things that were supposed to be covered in [my prior course] in school but my teacher didn't cover it well. The communication between the teacher and students was well oriented and it would be hard to misunderstand the messages she sends. I enjoyed this course!"
Homework is optional, however for parents who want to be able to print off a transcript of graded assignments, students will need to complete the work In Quia and/or screenshot their work in Outschool student messenger.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
- Google classroom
No live meetings, and an estimated 4+ hours per week outside of class.
Access to Google classroom and Quia is provided free of charge during the period of enrollment in this course. If a student chooses to leave the course early, the access to the external resources will also be removed. If a student completes the term of enrollment for the Outschool course but had not finished the course material in Google classroom or Quia, one additional month is possible for no extra charge for that same course. One 16-week enrollment may only be used for one semester of language course access per enrollment. For example, if students want to take French 1A and French 1B, that requires 2 enrollments on Outschool.
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Andrea Bourne, MAT, EdS, ABD
Life-Long Learner and Teacher, Polyglot, Statistician, and Musician who LOVES teaching students online!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
298 total reviews
363 completed classes
*I generally teach classes that last 8, 10, 12, or 16 weeks. The next live classes start in June 2022. See the schedule at the bottom of the page by selecting the month of June 2022 to explore new course sections. Thank you!* Greetings! I love...