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High School French Club (Any Level)
In this class, students will improve their knowledge of French culture and some language skills through videos, conversation, activities, and games, while they socialize with other French learners.
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year old learners
US Grade Level
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced Level
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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This French club is designed for students who are taking a formal French class but are interested in learning more! Students will enjoy videos, reading, conversation, creative activities, games, and more to improve their French and discover French culture, without tests or homework. Each week will have its own theme, and activities will help students explore the language and culture that complement each theme. PRE-REQUISITES Students do not need prior knowledge to join this class, however,...
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.
Students may be asked to watch or read something short (1-2 paragraphs) before class
FALL 2023 Week of 9/3 - Jeûne Genevois Paper, clay, etc. to make a model prune tart Glue/tape (if needed) Colored medium (if needed) Week of 9/10 - Music Students may come prepared with appropriate French song ideas Week of 9/17 - Fall No supplies Week of 9/24 - Day of the French Community Students may bring a craft, food, etc. for the music party Week of 10/1 - Movie Discussion: Astérix Students will be asked to watch an Astérix trailer before class Week of 10/8 - Thanksgiving A jar or journal Paper (if making a jar) Any decorations students would like to use to decorate their jar or journal Week of 10/15 - Book Discussion: Le Petit Nicolas Students will be asked to read the blurb (provided) and watch the trailer for Le Petit Nicolas before class Week of 10/29 - French Karaoke Students may bring appropriate French song requests Week of 11/5 - Armistice Day Paper or cardstock Markers, pens, etc. Any other optional decorations students want to use for their cards Week of 11/12 - Movie Discussion: Les Choristes Students will be asked to watch Les Choristes trailer before class Week of 11/26 - Play No supplies Week of 12/3 - Book Discussion: Le Petit Prince Students will be asked to read the blurb (provided) and watch the trailer for Le Petit Prince before class Week of 12/10 - Game Day! No supplies Week of 12/17 - Christmas Paper Glue/tape Another other desired supplies to make holiday decorations (for Christmas or another celebrated holiday; each student may decide for themselves)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Break-out rooms will be used in this class for group work for certain weeks and themes. 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 a few weeks.
I'm a passionate teacher who loves sharing her knowledge!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
258 total reviews
357 completed classes
Hi, my name is Jordan, and I love teaching! I've been tutoring and babysitting kids for 3 years, plus all the time I've spent with my five younger siblings. I believe in making classes fun, engaging, and unique while promoting learning based on...