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Learn French with Ms. Erika: Weekly French Class Level 1
Kindergarten Immersion French - Unit 2 - Simple Vowels
Kinder students will learn beginner French vocabulary and practice speaking, focusing on simple vowel sounds
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$7 per class
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Over 4 weeks
25 minutes per class
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In this circle-time style Kindergarten class, students will be immersed in the French language through pictures, stories, drawing, modeling dough, and lots of repetition. This class is for beginners who know colors, numbers, and the alphabet, but it is taught entirely in French using pictures, props, repetition, and other comprehension strategies. PRE-REQUISITE Before taking this class, students should have taken all 3 parts of Unit 1 OR know: -Colors in French (red, orange, yellow,...
This class is taught in French.
Students will learn the basic sounds of the vowels: A, I, O, U
I have been learning French for 7 years now, from French 1 - French 5 as well as 2 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 will be given a few songs, videos, and other activities to practice during the week.
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Immersion classes can be difficult at the beginning when students don’t know the language at all. They may need your support when they don’t understand. Students may be muted at times (due to background noise, practicing raising hands/taking turns, or the type of activity) so they will need to know how to unmute or have a nearby adult to help. During our scavenger hunt, students will be given a random letter to find. They may need help finding the object or remembering to come back to class once they have them.
We have four books that will be read during class through a shared screen, and PDF versions will be sent out as part of homework. "Cassie a perdu son chat !" (Cassie Lost her Cat) by Hello English and illustrated by Yuvaka Srestha "Chintu" (Chintu) by Kanchan Bannerjee and illustrated by Pratyush Gupta "La tortue et le lapin" (The Turtle and the Rabbit) by Dropti Sharma and illustrated by Padmanabh "Le Paon qui voulait voler" (The Peacock who Wanted to Fly) by Deogratias Simba and illustrated by Shabani Hamidu
I'm a passionate teacher who loves sharing her knowledge!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
258 total reviews
351 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...