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Live French eLearning
45 mn/ week
starting 9 July

Tue | 5.15pm - 6.00pm
Thu | 5.15pm - 6.00pm

This new course is designed for busy & independent people who want to start learning or improving French in 6 weeks for a very attractive price.

It’s different from our other courses because…It’s 100% online. It’s £99, limited to 6 attendants an because it is based on a 100% online platform.

It comprises a complete range of immersive exercises classified by level and carefully organised in order to optimise progression : role-play, grammar, vocabulary, games, drills etc.

A native qualified tutor engages you with a powerpoint in a weekly face to face class to help you aim really higher.

(Our well acknowledged teaching quality stays the same!)

Click here for the 1to1 version of this course. 

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  • A membership to the Institut for one year, 2 cinema tickets at the Ciné Lumière, and privileged access to a full range of cultural events and facilities.
  • Access to Europress Library where you can browse thousands of French and international newspapers
  • Course Completion Certificate with achievement report

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For extra practice, add one of our Online tools & apps!

 

99
A1.1 (Beginner) to C2 (Mastery)
Up to 6 students
Tuesday
23 June - 28 July 2020
4 Aug - 8 Sep 2020
Thursday
9 July - 13 Aug 2020
Online Morning Intensive
5 x 2h/ week
starting 13 July

Mon & Tue & Wed & Thu & Fri | 10.00am – 12.00pm

These three-week intensive courses are designed to boost your overall French-language skills. They can be taken as a one-off course or as a series of courses over several weeks/months.

Mixed levels catered for:

–          complete beginners

–          false beginners (A1.2+/A2)

–          A2+/B1

–          B1+

–          B2*, not available for every session, please check dates.

–          C1*, not available for every session, please check dates.

Please note we do not offer subdivisions of these levels for the intensive courses.

‘If a course does not reach the minimum number of students required, we may offer learners the opportunity to run as a small group for a reduced number of hours paying the original fee – as an alternative to closing the course.’

£ 298 early booking discount

332
Beginner (A1) to Fluent (B2)
Up to 15 students
22 June - 10 July 2020
13 July - 31 July 2020
3 Aug - 21 Aug 2020
Live French elearning Express
3h/ week
Starting 18 July

Sat | 10.00am - 1.00pm

This new course is designed for busy & independent people who want to start learning or improving French in 5 weeks for a very attractive price.

It’s different from our other courses because…It’s 100% online it’s limited to 6 attendants and because it is based on a 100% online platform.

The learning process is accelerated,, in this course you can improve as much as in a 60h standard course.  £289 only. Buy 2 and get 10% off.

It comprises a complete range of immersive exercises classified by level and carefully organised in order to optimise progression : role-play, grammar, vocabulary, games, drills etc. for self-learning.

A native qualified tutor engages you with a powerpoint in a 3h weekly face to face class to help you aim really higher.

(Our well acknowledged teaching quality stays the same!)

3h live lesson + 10h self learning per week.

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  • A membership to the Institut for one year, 2 cinema tickets at the Ciné Lumière, and privileged access to a full range of cultural events and facilities.
  • Access to Europress Library where you can browse thousands of French and international newspapers
  • Course Completion Certificate with achievement report

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For extra practice, add one of our Online tools & apps!

Buy 2 and get 10% off!

289
A1 (Beginner) to C2 (Mastery)
Up to 6 students
13 June - 11 July 2020
18 July - 15 Aug 2020
Online Evening Express
3 x 2h/ week
starting 28 July

Tue & Wed & Thur | 6.30pm - 8.30pm

£ 298 early booking discount

332
Beginner (A1) to Intermediate (B1)
Up to 15 students
23 June - 23 Jul 2020
28 Jul - 27 Aug 2020
08 Sep - 08 Oct 2020
13 Oct - 12 Nov 2020
17 Nov - 17 Dec 2020
Online Twice a week – Evening
2 x 1h30/ week
starting 12 October

Mon & Wed | 7.00pm - 8.30pm
Tue & Thu | 5.45pm - 7.15pm
Tue & Thu | 7.30pm - 9.00pm

£ 298 early booking discount

332
Beginner (A1) to Expert (C1) - Mon & Wed
Beginner (A1) to Fluent (B2) - Tue & Thu
Up to 15 students
23 Mar - 11 Jun 2020
15 Jun - 20 Aug 2020
12 Oct - 17 Dec 2020
Online Once a week – Day
3h/ week
starting 13 October

Tue to Sat | 10.00am - 1.00pm
Wed | 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Sat | 1.30pm - 4.30pm

£ 298 early booking discount

332
Beginner (A1) to Mastery (C2) - Wed, Fri & Sat
Beginner (A1) to Intermediate (B1) & Mastery (C2) - Thur
Beginner (A1) to Elementary (A2) or Mastery (C2) - Tue am
Mastery (C2) - Tue pm
Up to 15 students
24 Mar - 13 Jun* 2020 (No class on 9 May).
*Fri and Sat sessions ending on 12th and 13th June
16 June - 22 Aug 2020
13 Oct - 19 Dec 2020
Online Twice a week – Day
2 x 1h30/ week
starting 13 October

Tue & Thu | 10.30am - 12.00pm

£ 298 early booking discount

332
Beginner (A1) to Intermediate (B1)
Up to 15 students
23 Mar - 11 Jun 2020
16 Jun - 20 Aug 2020
13 Oct - 17 Dec 2020
Online Once a week – Evening
2h/ week
starting 7 September

Mon or Wed | 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Tue or Thu | 7.00pm - 9.00pm

£ 298 early booking discount

332
Beginner (A1) to Mastery (C2)
Up to 15 students
4 May - 13 Aug* 2020
* Monday session over 28 hours - £310
7 Sep - 17 Dec 2020
Refresh your Level
3h/ week
starting 9 September

Wed | 10.00am - 1.00pm
from 9 Sept 2020
Fri | 10.00am - 1.00pm
from 11 Sept 2020
Sat | 10.00am - 1.00pm
from 12 Sept 2020

For students who have reached the end of the level:

this refresher course will help you brushing up your knowledge in grammar, listening, speaking, writing and reading, with a program based on intensive revision.

This level program is ideal to get ready for:

  •  after a long holiday break
  • to refresh your skills before the DELF exam
  • or just to get prepared before your holidays in France!
180
A1 to C2
Up to 15 students
9 Sept - 7 Oct 2020
11 Sept - 9 Oct 2020
12 Sept - 10 Oct 2020
Online Try a lesson
2h/ day
starting 8 July

Wed | 6.30pm - 8.30pm

This workshop is the perfect introduction of the language for students who might like to take it further.

Get a flavour of what studying with us is like before starting your French journey!

In 2 hours, you’ll learn a variety of words and sentences that will be useful to start your French learning experience. Taster classes are for people with a beginner level of the language.

Every year, 5000 students enrol at the Institut français. Why not you?

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Beginner (A1)
Up to 15 students
8 July 2020
26 Aug 2020
23 Sept 2020

Our Online Conversation and Grammar French Courses are great for developing your confidence. Our highly qualified teachers will make you speak like a native in no time!

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Online Conversation
2h/ week
starting 14 July
Flash discount

Tue | 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Thu | 7.00pm – 9.00pm

Flash discount: get 10% off if you register between 22 and 27 June 2020

Develop your French conversational skills in a wide range of topics.

For those who wish to speak with confidence.

Tutor: Annie Robin-Atri & Joelle Miguet

Aims: To improve your speaking and debating skills on a wide range of topics. Through a variety of activities, you will develop your confidence in arguing your point of view with or without the help of different kinds of media. You will broaden your knowledge of the language and enrich your vocabulary.

Teaching approach: The class will warm up with the students discussing their week and events in the news. The tutor will then organise activities to get you talking about different topics based on written, visual, video or audio media. These will take the form of small group debates, round tables, role plays and simulations, presentations, word games etc.

Course materials: Course materials will be provided by the teacher throughout the course: film or TV clips, trailers, adverts, photos, literary texts, articles, websites, cartoons, comic strips, objects, anecdotes, news flashes, radio programmes, etc.

Student’s involvement: To ensure rich and lively conversations, students are expected to read the articles given as homework.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Fluent to Expert (B2 to C1)
Up to 15 students
8 Sept - 15 Dec 2020
10 Sept - 17 Dec 2020
Summer Term
2h/ week over 5 weeks
120
9 June - 7 July 2020
11 June - 9 July 2020
14 July - 11 August 2020
16 July - 13 August 2020
Online Conversation
2h/ week
starting 15 July

Wed | 1.30pm to 3.30pm
Wed | 6.30pm to 8.30pm

This course is intended for near-beginners in French.

This course allows students to practice their oral skills and to gain more fluency and  more confidence in using the language in a variety of basic day-to-day situations.

 
£ 315 early booking discount

350
Elementary (A2)
Up to 15 students
6 May - 3 June 2020
9 Sep - 16 Dec 2020
Summer term
2h/ week over 5 weeks
120
10 June - 8 July 2020
15 July - 12 August 2020
Online Conversation – Get Fluent
2h/ week
starting 16 July

Thu | 1.30pm – 3.30pm

Develop your French conversational skills in a wide range of topics.

For those who wish to speak with confidence.

Tutor: Katia Leroy

Aims: To improve your speaking skills on a wide range of topics and situations, such as politics and culture. Through a variety of activities, you will develop your confidence to speak and interact in French naturally and fluently.

Teaching approach: Collaborative and participational: in the first class, the students and the teacher will agree on a variety of topics. You will learn vocabulary and, when necessary, some grammar in the context of these topics. In between classes, students will be expected to read articles and other documents or listen to specific content before the lesson. The tutor will organise activities to get you talking about the topics raised in the documents: small group debates, round tables, role plays and simulations, mini-presentations, word games etc.
Please note there is no prescribed syllabus as this would go against the fundamental objectives of this course. Each student is encouraged to present and discuss his or her own interests.

Course materials: There is no textbook used for this course. Course materials will be provided by the teacher throughout the course: newspaper articles, links to videos/radio programmes, etc.

Student’s involvement: To ensure rich and lively discussions, students are expected to read the article(s) given as homework. Students may choose to make mini-presentations and receive feedback from the teacher.

Course Extras: This course focuses on helping students improve their confidence at speaking French in a relaxed environment.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Upper Intermediate to Fluent (B1+ to B2)
Up to 15 students
7 May - 4 June 2020
10 Sept - 17 Dec 2020
Summer Term
2h/ week over 5 weeks
120
11 June - 9 July 2020
16 July - 13 August 2020
Online Conversation: Boost your oral skills
2h/ week
starting 16 July

Wed or Thu | 6.30pm - 8.30pm

For students who wish to speak French with confidence.

Tutor: Katia Leroy

Aims: develop your speaking skills and boost your confidence through a wide range of topics.

Teaching approach: new structures, vocabulary and expressions will be taught through various topics, class discussions and various activities. When necessary, grammar will be reinforced in the context of the topics discussed.

The tutor will organise activities: group debates, role-plays simulations, games or mini-presentations to get you talking about the issues or topics raised in the documents given out. She will provide group or individual feedback when appropriate.

Please note there is no prescribed syllabus as this would go against the fundamental objectives of this course. Each student is encouraged to present and discuss his or her own interests or a topical issue they find interesting.

Course materials: There is no textbook used for this course. Course materials will be provided by the teacher throughout the course: newspaper articles, links to videos/radio programmes, etc.

Student’s involvement: in order to benefit fully from this class, students will be required to read articles or other documents or listen to specific contents in between lessons. They will also be encouraged to make mini-presentations in order to promote lively and interesting exchanges during the class.

Course Extras: This course focuses on helping students improve their confidence in speaking French in a relaxed environment.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Intermediate (B1)
Up to 15 students
10 Sep - 17 Dec 2020
Summer Term
2h/ week over 5 weeks
120
11 June - 9 July 2020
16 July - 13 August 2020
Online GRAMMAR
2h/ week
starting 16 July

Thu | 7.00pm - 9.00pm

Revisit and practice grammar through writing and speaking exercices.

For those wishing to revise and expand their knowledge of French grammar.

Aims: By the end of the course, students will have a critical understanding of French grammar. They will be able to formulate complex structures orally as well as in writing.

Teaching approach: The course will be based on grammar exercices and on tasks which put the topics studied into their practical context. The course will also have theoretical content.

Course material: The teacher will mainly use teaching material created for this course.

Student’s involvement: Each week, students will be asked to complete a set of grammar exercices relating to the points studied in class.

 
£ 315 early booking discount

350
Fluent (B2) to Fluent (C1)
Up to 15 students
10 Sep - 17 Dec 2020
Summer Term
120
11 June - 09 July 2020
16 July - 13 August 2020
Online Conversation & Grammar
3h/ week
starting 21 July

Tue | 1.30pm - 4.30pm or 6.00pm - 9.00pm
from 16 June 2020
Wed | 1.30pm - 4.30pm
from 17 June 2020

Improve your grammar skills through conversation.

These courses are particularly recommended to students wishing to be involved in discussions about French culture and civilization while refining their vocabulary and strengthening their grammar skills.

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Tutor: 15 year old experience at the French Institute. Specialised in FOS (French on Specific Objectives). Creator of the online blog “J’adore le français” (www.julieprof.blogspot.com).

Aims: At the end of this course you will be able to discuss a wide range of subjects be it news, French civilization, culture, politics, arts and many more… The construction of your sentences will be convincingly more complex and more importantly you will be able to put your point across in any situation.

Teaching approach: ‘Coaching and tasks’ techniques. The lessons will be guided by a range of motivating and fun activities as close as possible to real situations as well as authentic documents (pictures, ads, TV news reports etc.)

Course materials: Blog:  www.julieprof.blogspot.com
Authentic documents from the Internet, the news etc. Observation of grammar rules in genuine context.

Student’s involvement: Homework: written essay in relation with the grammar point and the vocabulary seen during the class
On a voluntary basis: you will be able to reinforce the vocabulary in relation with the themes studied in class by doing the exercises available online on www.julieprof.blogspot.com (and renting DVDs at the ‘médiathèque’).

 

350
Fluent to Expert (B2 to C1)
Up to 15 students
13 Oct - 15 Dec 2020
14 Oct - 16 Dec 2020
Summer Term
3h/ week over 5 weeks
180
16 June - 14 July 2020
17 June - 15 July 2020
21 July - 18 Aug 2020
22 July - 19 Aug 2020
Online Conversation and grammar
3h/ week
starting 12 September

Sat | 1.30pm - 4.30pm

Improve your grammar skills through conversation.

For those wishing to discuss French culture and society while refining their vocabulary and strengthening their grammar skills.

Tutor: Fabienne Lannuzel

Aims: This course is designed to help you build on your basic foundation of French by improving your confidence and proficiency in speaking. By the end of this course you will have studied and/or revised complex grammar rules in context; you will have a better comprehension of the logical techniques in French grammar and be able to use them in a conversation.

Teaching approach:  Each week, new grammatical rules will be studied and /or revised in context in an active and dynamic way. Students will develop and improve their communication skills through conversations and debates in class by practising what they have just learnt. The importance of the phonetics will not be forgotten and regularly listening exercises will be given to the students.

Course materials:   A variety of different situations will be discussed and practiced in order to give participants a diverse, well-rounded knowledge. It will help you building longer and more complex sentences, as well as improving your listening and comprehension skills.

 Student’s involvement: You will be encouraged to consolidate the work done in class through written, listening and phonetics exercises relating to the topics studied in class.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Elementary to Intermediate (A2 to B1.1)
Up to 15 students
17 Oct - 19 Dec 2020
Summer term
180
20 Jun - 18 July 2020
12 Sept - 10 Oct 2020

Are you fond of French culture or more versed into current affairs? Our Online Cultural French Courses will help you sense better the subtleties of French culture while conversing with your teacher and co-students.

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Online Current Affairs
2h/ week
starting 14 July

Tue | 7.00pm – 9.00pm

For those who have a good grasp of French and wish to broaden or keep up their knowledge of the language through studying and discussing the news and its portrayal in the written press and broadcast media.

Tutor: Isabelle Ayma has a good knowledge of socio-cultural differences, teaching French as a Foreign Language and lots of enthusiasm to help students get to know Francophone culture.

Aims: You will develop your communication and debating skills and you will improve your listening skills with the help of authentic documents. Conversations, debates and activities will be used to tackle the news actively and dynamically.

Teaching approach:
The student will present a topic of interest (economics, politics, culture, society, health, etc.) for a few minutes and other members of the group will participate through questions, quizes, etc.

Review of the written and oral language through its use in different contexts.

Development of vocabulary and grammar in context (interactive exercises: e.g. front pages of newspapers, newspaper headlines, piecing together articles)

Sharing thoughts on the topic. Discussions on French and international news.

Course materials: We will use authentic documents, newspaper articles, magazines, radio and television clips and blogs. This will consolidate the learner’s written and oral language (correcting accent and syntax, differentiating between language registers, grammar, word games) and facilitate fast and fluent speaking.

Student’s involvement: Students will be asked to do some research on topics of their choice at home to be able to give an interactive presentation on an article every week.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Expert to Mastery (C1 to C2)
Up to 15 students
7 Sep - 14 Dec 2020
Summer Term
120
09 June - 07 July 2020
14 July - 11 August 2020
Online Contemporary Literature
2h/ week
starting 16 July

Thu | 1.30pm – 3.30pm

Learn to enjoy reading and discussing contemporary literature.

For those who wish to broaden their knowledge of French through studying literary works.

Tutor: Brigitte Coudino is a graduate of Sciences Po and has been a teacher for several years.

Aims: To discover different contemporary French authors.

Teaching approach: Students will be asked to read and prepare about fifty pages before each lesson, so that certain passages can be read, analysed and discussed in class.

Course material for January 2020:
1- “Le confident” d’Hélène Cremillon, Collection Folio
2- “Le chant du monde” de Jean Giono collection Folio
Course material May – Aug 2020:
1- “Traversée de la Mangrove” Maryse Cone, collection Folio (can be found on amazon)
2- “Uranus” Marcel Ayme, collection livre de poche.
3- ” ” Hubert Haddad, collection Za
Books must be purchased beforehand at Librairie LaPage or at the European Bookshop.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Expert to Mastery (C1 to C2)
Up to 15 students
10 Sep - 17 Dec 2020
Summer Term
120
2h/ week over 5 weeks
11 June - 09 July 2020
16 July - 13 August 2020
Online French Society
2h/ or 3h/ week
starting 20 July

Mon | 1.30pm – 3.30pm
from 15 June 2020
Fri | 10.00am – 1.00pm
from 16 October 2020

Improve your language skills & discuss current cultural and social issues.

For those wishing to gain insight into French society while perfecting their linguistic skills.

Tutor: Brigitte Coudino (Monday) / Joelle Miguet (Friday)

Aims: To discuss various themes (news, politics, culture, education, work, leisure, etc.) to better understand the different faces of contemporary society and improve linguistic skills (spoken production and listening comprehension).

Teaching approach: Analysis and commentary of authentic audio and written materials, presentations and discussions, guided reading of literary texts.

Course materials: Press articles, surveys, excerpts from radio, TV, films, books, adverts, songs, etc.

Student’s involvement: Students will be asked to take part in discussions and express their point of view in a relaxed and interactive environment.

£ 315 early booking

350
Fluent to Expert (B2 to C1)
Up to 15 students
7 Sep - 14 Dec 2020
16 Oct - 18 Dec 2020
Summer Term
120
2h/ week over 5 weeks
15 June - 13 July 2020
20 July - 17 August 2020
Online French cultural icons
3h/ week
starting 21 July

Tue | 10.00am - 1.00pm

Do you know L’Abbé Pierre, Belmondo, Coco Chanel, Catherine Deneuve, Coluche, la dictée, Perrier, la Cocotte-minute, Canard Enchaîné, les grandes écoles,  ‘Métro, boulot, Dodo’, la 2CV, Sempé, la pétanque, la rentrée, le Tiercé, Victor Hugo?
Improve your communication with French people
Join in everyday conversation in France with confidence
Understand the underlying cultural message of your French counterparts

Aims: Enrich your cultural knowledge through reading, speaking and watching documentaries and film excerpts.

Tutor: With more than twenty years of teaching experience Cécile has had the opportunity to teach a wide range of courses both in Higher and Continuing education. After her graduation in translation (Master’s degree), she specialised in Teaching French as a Foreign language in France. She went on to further study teaching and learning and holds a Master’s degree in Higher and Professional Education (London).

Teaching approach: You will read and watch materials related to iconic symbols (celebrities, gastronomy, institutions, daily life and language). You will discuss icons with the support of quotes, opinions and questions.

Course material: Written materials, films and documentaries’ excerpts.

Student’s involvement: You will be encouraged to read and research the cultural symbols and related vocabulary studied in class, give presentations and take part in discussions.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Fluent to Expert (B2 to C1)
Up to 15 students
13 Oct - 15 Dec 2020
Summer Term
180
3h/ week over 5 weeks
16 June - 14 July 2020
21 July - 18 Aug 2020
ONLINE FRENCH THROUGH CREATIVE WRITING – Atelier d’écriture
3h/ week or 2h/ week
starting 21 July

Mon | 6.30am – 8.30pm
from 7 Sept
Tue | 10.00am – 1.00pm
from 16 June 2020

For those wishing to combine language learning with creativity and imagination.

Tutor: Dominique Pourtau-Darriet began leading writing workshops at the Institut Français in 2005. She is taking a sabbatical to write a novel. Laetitia Kouzmenkov, who studied journalism and attended Dominique’s workshops, will lead the class. She has been teaching French to adults since 2002.

Aims: Be inspired to write your own French texts (fiction, poetry, plays, biographies, etc.), discover writing techniques, and develop your vocabulary and grammatical knowledge in a creative and enjoyable environment.

Teaching approach: The workshop will focus on activities which promote creativity – imitation and modification of texts, the use of stimuli or ‘triggers’ (photos, short news items, extracts from published authors), literary games followed by discussions on the work produced – and which combine oral and written skills.

Course materials: Anything which can stimulate and inspire us in our writing.

Student’s involvement: Students’ progress will be assessed through rewriting tasks, completed at home and then marked by your teacher.

 

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Fluent to Mastery (B2 to C2)
Up to 15 students
13 Oct - 15 Dec 2020
7 Sep - 14 Dec 2020
Summer Term
180
3h/ week over 5 weeks
16 June - 14 July 2020
21 July - 18 August 2020
Online Study of London Exhibitions
3h/ week
starting 21 July

Tue or Thu | 1.30pm – 4.30pm

Polish your linguistic skills and enhance your appreciation of art.

For those with an interest in art and the history of art.

Tutor: The tutor has a degree in History of Art and Museology from the Ecole du Louvre, as well as a degree from the Courtauld Institute. She researches and catalogues French national collections, and has many years’ experience in teaching French as a foreign language.

Aims: You will develop your knowledge of art history: of artists and their works, of iconography, of patrons and collectors, of the techniques used in the artists’ works, of laboratory analysis and restoration techniques, and finally of the actual exhibition of these works (how such exhibitions are conceived, developed, displayed and catalogued).
You will develop your communication and debating skills and improve your listening comprehension using authentic documents.
Trips, research, conversations and debates – all of these activities will allow you to approach the world of art in an active and dynamic way.

Teaching approach:

On line exhibitions and open door museums have expanded our field of studies globally

Selection of those of particular interest to you for further study from a short list

Oral presentation of your study and coordination of the ensuing discussion
Sharing ideas on the topic being studied
Development of vocabulary and grammar in context

Course materials: The course will be based course will be based on on line international exhibitions, virtual visits of outstanding museums, the study of the artworks themselves, exhibition catalogues, presentation videos by curators and critical articles.

The course will aim to consolidate learners’ written and spoken French (specialised vocabulary, accent and syntax, discriminating between registers of language); to improve students’ listening comprehension; and to facilitate fluent speaking.
Student’s involvement: Students will choose exhibitions and museums they wish to study. They will select the subjects that they would like to study in more depth and then present in their weekly communication – the topics they wish to discuss in class. 

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Intermediate to Expert (B1 to C1)
Up to 15 students
Summer term
180
3h/ week over 5 weeks
16 June - 14 July 2020
21 July - 18 Aug 2020
8 Sept - 6 Oct 2020
Online Current Affairs
3h/ week
starting 25 July

10.00 am to 1.00pm

For those who have already mastered the French language and wish to deepen and broaden their knowledge of current affairs as they are presented in the news.

Tutor: Catherine Gaitte is specialised in teaching French as a foreign language and has extensive knowledge of French and British media.

Aims: To develop your communication, debating skills and to improve your listening comprehension using authentic documents. Through conversation and debates, you will approach current affairs in an interactive and dynamic way.

Teaching approach:

Revision of written and spoken language
Vocabulary and grammar in context
Exchanging ideas on varied topics
Diverse activities to develop skills
Discussion of French and international news

Course materials: The course will be based on authentic documents, from newspaper articles, to online magazines, documentaries, and extracts from radio and tv programmes.

Student’s involvement: Students will stay informed about current affairs. They will research topics, give presentations and share ideas in a relaxed class atmosphere.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Fluent to Mastery (B2 to (C1)
Up to 15 students
17 Oct - 19 Dec 2020
Summer Term
180
3h/ week over 5 weeks
20 June - 18 July 2020
25 July - 22 August 2020
Online Film & Literature
3h/ week
starting 9 September

Wed | 1.30pm - 4.30pm

An easier access to French language with a different theme for each course and a selection of reference films and books aiming to an initiation into French classical works, while expanding your communication level in daily circumstances.

Tutor: The tutor has a degree in History of Art and Museology from the Ecole du Louvre, as well as a degree from the Courtauld Institute. She has many years’ experience in teaching French as a foreign language.

Aims: You will develop your communication and debating skills and improve your listening comprehension using books and famous films.

Teaching Approach: The course will be based on vocabulary, grammar, analysis, discussions, presentations, essay writing.

March to June 2020:

  • Book: Dora Bruder by Patrick Modiano, Nobel price for Literature
  • Film: Les 400 coups by François Truffaut
June to July 2020:
  • Book: Chanson douce by Leila Slimani
  • Film: Le Rayon vert by Eric Rohmer
September to October 2020:
  • Book: Bonjour Tristesse by Françoise Sagan
  • Film: Cléo de 5 à 7 by Agnès Varda
October – 16 December 2020:
  • Book: No et Moi by Delphine de Vigan
  • Film: Le signe du lion by Eric Rhomer

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Intermediate to Fluent (B1 to B2)
Up to 15 students
14 Oct - 16 Dec 2020
Summer term
180
3h/ week over 5 weeks
17 June - 15 July 2020
9 Sept - 7 Oct 2020
Online French Society
3h/ week
starting 14 October

Wed | 1.15pm – 4.15pm

For those wishing to gain insight into French society while perfecting their linguistic skills.

Tutor: Christiane Di Matteo has four masters degrees: Language Engineering, French as a Foreign Language, English and Literary Translation.

Aims: To discuss various books (mostly contemporary ) & to work on different  linguistic points.

Teaching approach: Analysis and commentary of Francophone novels  & improvement of vocabulary & grammar.

Course materials : 

Jan-March 2020

D’après une histoire vraiede Delphine De Vigan

Le mystère Henri Pick, de David Foenkinos

March – June 2020

Au revoir là-haut, de Pierre Lemaitre

Student’s involvement: Students will be asked to take part in discussions and express their point of view in a relaxed and interactive environment.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Fluent to Expert (B2) to (C1)
Up to 15 students
14 Oct - 14 Dec 2020
Online French Society
3h/ week
starting 15 October

Tue | 1.30pm to 4.30pm
from 16 June 2020
Thu | 1.30pm – 4.30pm
from 15 October 2020

Improve your language skills & discuss current cultural and social issues.

For those wishing to gain insight into French society while perfecting their linguistic skills.

Tutor: Christiane Di Matteo has four masters degrees: Language Engineering, French as a Foreign Language, English and Literary Translation.

Aims: To discuss various themes (news, politics, culture, education, work, leisure, etc.) to better understand the different faces of contemporary society and improve linguistic skills (spoken production and listening comprehension).

Teaching approach: Analysis and commentary of authentic audio and written materials, presentations and discussions, guided reading of literary texts.

Course materials :

Jan-March 2020

Tuesday &Thursday from 1.30pm to 4.30pm :

D’après une histoire vraie, de Delphine De Vigan

Le mystère Henri Pick, de David Foenkinos

March – June 2020

Tuesday &Thursday from 1.30pm to 4.30pm :

Au revoir là-haut, de Pierre Lemaitre

Student’s involvement: Students will be asked to take part in discussions and express their point of view in a relaxed and interactive environment.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Expert to Mastery (C1 to C2)
Up to 15 students
13 Oct - 15 Dec 2020
15 Oct - 17 Dec 2020
Summer Term
180
3h/ week over 5 weeks
16 June - 14 July 2020
Online Contemporary Literature
3h/ week
starting 18 June

Thu | 10.00am to 1.00pm

For those wishing to gain insight into French society while perfecting their linguistic skills.

Tutor: Christiane Di Matteo has four masters degrees: Language Engineering, French as a Foreign Language, English and Literary Translation.

Aims: To discuss various books (mostly contemporary ) & to work on different  linguistic points.

Teaching approach: Analysis and commentary of Francophone novels  & improvement of vocabulary & grammar.

Course materials : 

Oct – Dec 2019:

L’Article 353 du code pénal“, Tanguy Viel

Un Aller Simple ” (Goncourt 1994), Didier Van Cauwelaert”

Jan – Mar 2020:

Petit pays “, Gaël Faye”

L’Africain,”  JM Le Clezio

Apr – Jun 2020: 

Au revoir là-haut, Pierre Lemaitre

“La Boîte noire et autres nouvelles ” , Tonino Benacquista

Student’s involvement: Students will be asked to take part in discussions and express their point of view in a relaxed and interactive environment.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Fluent to Expert (B2 to C1)
Up to 15 students
15 Oct - 17 Dec 2020
Summer Term
180
3h/ week over 5 weeks
18 June - 16 July 2020

Get to the next level of your career with our Online Professional French Training. Our experienced teachers will help you target the French speaking market and boost significantly your CV.

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CROSS CULTURAL TRAINING: LIVING AND WORKING IN FRANCE
2h/ week
starting 8 September

Tue | 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Ensure a successful move to France by acquiring cultural understanding and improving your language skills.

Aims: By the end of this course, in the following domains, you will be able to:

–          General/Daily life:

o   Differentiate between tu or vous in various contexts (at work, when meeting new people, at the gym etc.)

o   Understand and use some typical French gestures

o   Become familiar with administrative procedures in France

o   Be aware of Health and Safety regulations

o   Become familiar with the French customs of holiday making (faire le pont, juilletiste/aoûtiens etc.)

o   French people’s attitude to buying

o   Understand the French media (their readership, their political trend etc.)

–          At work:

o   Understand how French people interact in the workplace

o   Write professional emails in a French manner

o   Behave and interact in a meeting

o   Understand French attitude to team work

o   Become familiar with a French management style

o   Take part in a French appraisal

o   Understand the various legal status of French companies

o   The different training options in France

Teaching approach: Mini-lectures, discussions and interactive / participatory

Course materials for 2020: Some resources provided by the tutor (you may be asked to buy a book in the first class).

£315 early booking discount

350
Fluent to Master (B2 to C2)
Up to 15 students
8 Sep - 15 Dec 2020
Business French ‘Ecofin’
2h/ week
starting 9 September

Wed | 7.00pm – 9.00pm

Communicate in French on Economics, Business and Finance.

For those wishing to speak French with confidence in a professional setting, better understand their business partners and follow conferences and seminars in French.

Tutor: The tutor has many years’ experience in teaching French as a foreign language as well as a background in international relations, economic development, finance and business.

Aims: To develop your communication and debating skills and improve your listening comprehension using authentic documents.

Teaching approach: There will be discussion (e.g. on French and international news), debates and activities addressing economic affairs (banking, finance, insurance, business, international relations, etc.) in a dynamic way.

Course materials: Authentic documents (newspaper articles, magazines, radio and television clips and blogs) will help to consolidate the learner’s written and oral French (correcting accent and syntax, distinguishing different registers, understanding the implicit) and facilitate quick and fluent speaking.

Student’s involvement: Every week students will research topics of their choice at home. They will then do a presentation in class and lead the debate that follows. They will also participate in debates led by others.

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£315: early booking discount

350
Intermediate to Expert (B1 to C1)
Up to 15 students
9 Sept - 16 Dec 2020
Summer Term
2h/week over 15 weeks
13 May - 12 Aug 2020
Business French, Advanced (C1)
2h/ week
starting 9 September

Wed | 7.00pm - 9.00pm

Broaden your knowledge of business French. Ideal to prepare for the Diploma of Business French C1

This course is aimed at business professionals or students looking to work in a French-speaking environment who already have a good general level in French but wish to develop and expand their terminology applied to Business subjects while discovering the French business language and culture.

Tutor: Martial Quéro grew up in Brittany (France) and graduated in International Trade at Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Rennes. He is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists with a long experience as a business and legal translator-interpreter. He has been teaching Business French in UK companies in a wide range of industries for many years and is an examiner for CCIP exams at the Language Centre.

Aims: This course aims to help learners gaining confidence when speaking French in a work environment. It will also help them expanding their business, economic and financial terminology. 

At the end of the course students should have developed a better understanding of French and other Francophone business cultures, being able to discuss current business topics more confidently and with accuracy and to produce written documents. (presentations, minutes, reports) at a professional level. It is looking to make learners progress on skills according to criteria specified by the CEFR – C1/C2 Level (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) applied to Socio-Economic and Business language.

Reading comprehensionbecome able to understand most press articles about the subjects studied in class

Written productionbecome able to draft and present ideas, or report on documents in a concise, accurate and structured way.

Listening comprehension: become able to follow and understand conversations/debates on business topics and write a report/minutes about what they have understood.

Verbal production: become able to communicate with a high level of fluency about business/economic subjects and to make structured presentations and replying to questions and negotiating confidently to an audience using adequate terminology and language register.

Course subjectsSome of the course subjects for discussion will include:

  • Writing marketing/promotional communications/minutes/formal presentations/pitches 
  • International development and business strategies of companies 
  • French and International economic issues
  • Forms of corporate entities and distribution channels  
  • Practising sales and negotiation techniques
  • Dealing with sales administration, orders, deliveries, customer service, payments 
  • Interacting in business meetings and formal HR or sales/marketing interviews, making formal presentations
  • Understanding market research and analysing case studies

 Teaching approach: The course is based on a communicative and task-based approach so the learner will be encouraged to interact and participate actively during classes and research subjects in the French speaking press between classes. It is also aiming to develop the student’s writing skills, acquiring new terminology, developing listening and reading comprehension. It is looking to make the student progress according to criteria specified by the CEFR – C1/C2 Level applied to Business & economics.

Course material: There is no specific manual for this course apart from researching articles from the Business press like Le Nouvel Economiste, La Tribune, L’Expansion, Capital, Les Echos, Courrier International or from the press of other countries illustrating the course subjects. They will be discussed, analysed, summarized or translated in class. Internet, audio/video materials on geopolitical, economic current affairs will also be used as a base for listening comprehension and discussion/debate.

Student’s involvement: Students will be asked to participate and debate actively during classes giving their opinion about economic or business issues. They will be encouraged to share their experience or expertise about the studied subjects and asked to prepare/make short presentations and participate in roleplays. 

Self-study and writing assignments between classes will also be recommended (writing summaries of documents), reading relevant articles/materials and watching/listening to business programmes in the news to become familiar with the French speaking business environments and cultures.

Certification: This course can lead to the CCIP Diplôme de Français Professionnel Affaires Niveau C1. See link below:

http://www.lefrancaisdesaffaires.fr/tests-diplomes/diplomes-francais-professionnel-dfp/affaires/

Read more about the Professional French Exams

£315 early booking discount

350
Expert (C1)
Up to 15 students
09 Sept - 16 Dec 2020
Summer Term
2h/ week over 15 weeks
06 May -12 Aug 2020
Online Legal French
2h/ week
starting 10 September

Thu | 7.00pm – 9.00pm

Learn all about the French legal system.

Primarily for legal professionals, translators or law students with an interest in French Law. However, as it is above all a language course and not a French Law course, subjects about the French legal system will be studied and discussed in class but potential students will not necessarily need to have a legal background.

Tutor: Martial Quéro is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists with many years’ experience as a legal translator and court interpreter. He has also been teaching Legal and Business French in City law firms for many years and is an examiner for CCIP exams at the Language Centre.

Aims: This course aims to help legal professionals to gain confidence when speaking French in their work environment. It will also help learners to expand their legal terminology.
At the end of the course students should have a good understanding of the French legal system, be able to discuss legal subjects with confidence and accuracy and produce short documents at a professional level.

Course subjects: those covered in the syllabus of the Diplôme de Français Professionnel Juridique of the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry:
– Legal framework and institutions: Divisions of Law, sources of Law, EC Law, French and European political and administrative institutions.
– The legal world: legal professions, the French courts and tribunals, criminal and civil procedures.
– Rights and property: rights of legal persons, property Law, commercial property, intellectual property.
– Obligations: statutory obligations, contractual obligations, obligations in tort.
– Business Law: Company Law, Law of contracts, competition Law, consumer Law, fiscal Law.
– Labour Law: Employer-employee relations (formation, performance and termination of work contracts), industrial relations (personnel representation, unions), and industrial actions.

Teaching approach: The course is based on a communicative approach so the learner will be encouraged to interact and participate actively during classes. It also aims to develop the student’s writing skills, terminology, listening and reading comprehension. Some grammatical subjects or structures may be revised when necessary.

Course materials: The book Le Français juridique by Michel Soignet will be recommended for purchase and used as a base for the course. Other materials will be used including extracts of new legislation, judgements, contracts, written correspondence, press articles, etc. illustrating the course subjects. They will be discussed, analysed or translated in class. Internet, audio/video materials on political, economic and legal current affairs will also be used as a base for discussion.

Student’s involvement: Students will be asked to participate actively during classes, to give their opinion about legal issues or legal current affairs, present arguments or make short presentations. Self-study and writing assignments between classes will also be recommended (summaries, analyses of court rulings, producing e-mails or formal letters).

£315 early booking discount

350
Fluent (B2)
Up to 15 students
10 Sep - 17 Dec 2020
Summer Term
2h/week over 15 weeks
7 May - 13 Aug 2020
Online Business French (B2)
3h/ week
starting 17 October

Sat | 10.00am - 1.00pm

For students with a B2/Fluent level of French who wish to develop and expand their Business French terminology and/or who are interested in discussing current business subjects whilst improving their oral and written skills.

Tutor: Isabelle Barthe-Purton has read Law at the University of Rheims at at the University of Paris 2. She has a Master in French as a Foreign Language and has many years’ experience in teaching French as a foreign language including French for professional purposes. Isabelle is an examiner for the CCIP exams and for the CIEP; DELF and DALF exams at the Language Centre.

Aims:

  • To help learners develop their knowledge of Business thematic terminology.
  • To improve their oral and written skills : reading comprehension, written production, listening comprehension and verbal production in line with the criteria specified by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages – level B2 .
  • To help students becoming more confident when discussing Business topics and producing written documents in a Business environment.
  • To enhance their ability to work using the French language.

 Teaching approach: The course is based on a communicative approach.

Students are encouraged to interact during classes and to participate actively sharing their knowledge. They are also encouraged to discuss current news.

The course will concentrate on the acquisition of specialist vocabulary including:

  • how companies operate (types, sectors, evolution, culture etc.)
  • marketing products or services
  • dealing with clients, suppliers, transporters, banks, insurers, etc.
  • discussing socio-economic issues
  • writing professional documents such as emails, letters

 Students involvementStudents are invited to read the press and /or listen to Business programs during the week, to share and discuss the news in class.

It is also recommended that they complete the homework and learn regularly the vocabulary.

 Course book: affaires.com – Niveau avancé B2-C1 – 3ème édition

Auteur(s) : Jean-Luc Penfornis

ISBN : 978-2-09-038682-0

 CertificationStudents who wish to have their level certified at the end of the course will have the option of taking an exam:  the DFP (Diplôme  de Français Professionnel) Affaires B2 of the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry with 1 session each year in May. The Language Centre of Institut Français in London is also an examination centre for this diploma.

350
Fluent (B2)
Up to 15 students
28 Mar - 13 June 2020
17 Oct - 19 Dec 2020
Summer Term
3h/ week over 10 weeks
20 June - 22 Aug 2020
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Online French Summer Camp 4 Kids & Teens
5h/ day
starting 13 July
over 5 days + cultural activities

Monday to Friday | 9.30am - 3.30pm

Get ready for a very French summer at the Institut français!

Join us for a fun-filled week of online French learning!

FRENCH & FUN

The Institut français is taking its successful teaching practices to a fast-track, week-long immersion French summer camp. Fusing together French courses with exciting cultural activities, our Summer French Camp will be an unforgettable French immersion journey!
The summer camp is open to all students aged 8 to 15 years, from beginners to intermediate level.

Two sessions Mon 13 – Fri 17 July
Mon 20 – Fri 24 July

OUR APPROACH TO LEARNING FRENCH

Under the guidance of our native-speaking teachers, our students are encouraged to actively take part in hands-on online activities to boost their French speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills at all levels with a particular emphasis on oral communication. We design each lesson according to the ages, abilities and interests of our students.
In this supportive, supervised environment, our students gain confidence and silks in French while making new friends!

OUR ONLINE SUMMER PROGRAMME

Designed for a fun and educational time exploring French culture, our materials are especially chosen to offer teenagers stimulating and interactive lessons and activities.
Classes are taught in small groups by our dynamic and highly-qualified teachers, who know exactly how to make learning entertaining and lively!

Monday to Friday
9.30am – 12.30pm French lessons Games, roleplays and task-based activities to revise or learn vocabulary and grammar in a fun way!
12.30pm – 1.30pm Break
From 1.30pm Workhops Live cooking recipes, role playing games, gallery of characters workshop, writing a comic workshop, story-making workshop…

For more details regarding activities and workshops, please mail us: cdl@institutfrancais.org.uk

OUR LEARNING LEVELS

♦ Mon 13 – Fri 17 July: 

  • 8 – 11 Years old:
  • Teenagers basic A1 – Total beginners
  • 12 – 13 Years old:
  • Teenagers basic A1/A1+ – Total beginners / Near beginners

– Introducing yourself
– Talking about your hobbies, your interests (music, Internet, technology)

♦ Mon 20 – Fri 24 July: 

  • 8 – 12 years old:
  • Teenagers basic A1 – Total beginners
  • 13 – 15 years old:
  • Teenagers practical A2 to B1 – Elementary to Intermediate (GCSE)
375
Beginner (A1) / Elementary (GCSE level) / Intermediate (A-Level)
Up to 12 students
13 July – 17 July 2020
8 - 11 years old
Beginner (A1)
13 July – 17 July 2020
12 - 13 years old
Beginner / near beginner (A1 to A1+)
20 July - 24 July 2020
13 - 15 years old
Elementary to Intermediate (A2 to B1 / GCSE level)
ONLINE Crash course French GCSE & a-level
6h/day over 5 days
Starting on 27 July

Mon & Tue & Wed & Thu & Fri | 10.00am – 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 5.00pm

Due to current circumstances we have adapted the course online.

In order to maximise the learning potential and respect  H&S compliance requirements, it will be structured as such :

 10h-12h: Class           

12h-13h: Monitored self study 

14h – 15h: Class   

15h- 16h: Monitored self study       

16h – 17h : Class

3h live class & 3h self study

Maximise your exam results with extra French practice.

For students taking their French GCSE, AS & A2 exams next year and who want extra practice to ensure outstanding exam results.

Tutor: The teacher is specialised in OCR, EDEXCEL and AQA, and is experienced in IGCSE (for GCSE),  for both EDEXCEL and Cambridge boards.

Aims: Improve your French results by working on exam techniques with individual assistance if needed.

Teaching approach: Students will

  • Speak exclusively in French in class
  • Study with French documents: press articles, audio clips
  • Answer questions on audio and video documents
  • Master grammar through comprehensive exercises
  • Practice writing and speaking to include their new grammatical knowledge
  • Read French articles on topics; present them orally
  • Give oral presentations followed by question and answer sessions
  • Work on exam techniques

Course materials: Past papers from all boards, French press e.g. Le Figaro and Le Monde, French radio and TV e.g. RFI, TV5, French grammar and exercise books, resources from the Institut français cultural centre.

Student’s involvement: Students will give oral presentations, engage in debates and work on their grammar at each session. They will be given written homework and will benefit from access to material from the Médiathèque to prepare the oral and research subject of their choice.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
GCSE (Year 10 or 11) / A-Level (Year 1 or Year 2)
Up to 12 students
Summer Term
27 July - 31 July 2020
17 Aug - 21 Aug 2020
ONLINE FRENCH FOR EXAMS
3h/ week
starting 20 June

Sat | 10.00am - 1.00pm

Exams may be cancelled, but it’s not a reason to lose track of your French!

For students taking French for GCSE or A-Level and who want extra practice to ensure outstanding results and realize their ambition of securing a place at a top UK university!

Tutor: Our teachers are specialised in all exam boards (AQA, EDEXCEL, CIE, WJEC) for GCSE, IGCSE, A Level and Pre U exams.

Aims: Improve your French grades by working on topics, grammar points, literature & films (A-level only) exam skills with individual assistance if needed.

Teaching approach: Students will:

  • Speak exclusively in French in class
  • Study with French documents: press articles, audio clips
  • Answer questions on audio and video documents
  • Master grammar through comprehensive exercises
  • Practice writing and speaking to include their new grammatical knowledge
  • Read French articles on topics; present them orally
  • Give oral presentations followed by question and answer sessions
  • Work on exam techniques

Course materials: Past papers from all boards, French press e.g. Le Figaro and Le Monde, French radio and TV e.g. RFI, TV5, French grammar and exercise books, resources from the Institut français cultural centre.

Student’s involvement: Students will give oral presentations, engage in debates and work on their grammar at each session. They will be given written homework and will benefit from access to material from the Médiathèque to prepare the oral and research subject of their choice.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
GCSE and A-Level
Up to 12 students
26 Sept - 28 Nov 2020
Summer Term
20 June - 18 July 2020
3h/week over 5 weeks
180
PRIVATE TUITION
9h minimum
90 min per lesson

Monday to Saturday

For Young Children

Our courses for children are specially designed to improve your child’s language learning and develop their skills at communicating in French.

Our qualified teachers have experience with providing age-appropriate lessons and learning materials for younger students and they use many innovative stimulating techniques to keep your child motivated and excited about learning the French language whatever their level.

These courses help to improve the students’ French language in the 4 key skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking.

From 6+

For teenagers, improve your grades:

Whether your child needs to prepare for the GCSE, AS level, A Level, Pre-U preparation, CNED programme, IGCSE or a specific French exam (Brevet des Collèges, Baccalauréat, DELF Prim, DELF Junior), we can help.

Our teachers are specialised in OCR, EDEXCEL and AQA, and experienced in IGCSE (for GCSE), Pre-u and WJEC (for AS and A2 level)  for both EDEXCEL and Cambridge boards.

South Kensington
Monday to Friday
65/ h
Saturday
70/ h
At home
Monday to Friday
70/ h
Saturday
75/ h
Skype
Monday to Friday
65/ h
Saturday
70/h

The Institut français offers specific courses to prepare for the DELF (French Studies Diploma) and DALF (Advanced French Studies Diploma) exams, issued by the French Ministry of Education, certifying the French language proficiency of foreign students.

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Delf B2
3h/ week
starting 16 June

Sat | 10.00am - 1.00pm
Tue | 6.00pm - 9.00pm

For those wishing to obtain a diploma of B2-level proficiency in the French language.

Tutor: The teacher has been teaching exams’ classes for a long time and is a corrector, examiner and DELF/DALF tutor.

Aims: To develop oral and written comprehension and expression in order to facilitate success in the DELF B2 exam.

Teaching approach: Students will practise the four skills and will get used to the methodology of the exam.

Course materials: Students will use the Reussir le Delf B2 (Didier) textbook and complementary documents to help them gain proficiency in the four key skill areas.

Student’s involvement: Students will be asked to complete exercises at home every week to consolidate their progress in class.

Please note that the examination registration fee is not included in the tuition fees.

£315 (early booking discount)

350
Fluent (B2)
Up to 15 students
28 Mar - 13 June 2020
13 Oct - 15 Dec 2020
17 Oct - 19 Dec 2020
Summer Term
3h/ week over 10 weeks
16 June - 18 Aug 2020
20 June - 22 Aug 2020
Dalf C1
3h/ week
starting 17 June

Wed | 6.00pm – 9.00pm
from 17 June 2020
Sat | 1.30pm – 4.30pm
from 20 June 2020

For those wishing to obtain a diploma of C1-level proficiency in the French language.

Tutor: The teacher has many years of experience in teaching French as a foreign language as well as Delf & Dalf exams. She is also an examiner of DELF/DALF exams.

Aims: To develop oral and written comprehension and expression in order to prepare for the DALF C1 exam.

Teaching approach: Students will practise the four skills and will get used to the methodology of the exam.

Course materials: Students will use ‘LE DELF – 100% RÉUSSITE’ textbook and complementary documents to help them gain proficiency in the four key skill areas. ISBN : 9782278087945

Student’s involvement: Students will be asked to complete exercises at home every week to consolidate their progress in class.

Please note that the examination registration fee is not included in the tuition fees.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Expert (C1)
Up to 15 students
30 Sept - 2 Dec 2020
3 Oct - 5 Dec 2020
Summer Term
3h/ week over 10 weeks
17 June - 19 August 2020
20 June - 22 August 2020
Delf B1
3h/ week
starting 18 June

Thu | 6.00pm - 9.00pm

For those wishing to obtain a diploma of B1-level proficiency in the French language.

Tutor: Laurence Forlot is an examiner and DELF/DALF tutor.

Aims: To develop oral and written comprehension and expression in order to facilitate success in the DELF B1 exam.

Teaching approach: Students will practise the four skills and will get used to the methodology of the exam.

Course materials: Students will use the Reussir le Delf B1 textbook and complementary documents to help them gain proficiency in the four key skill areas.

Student’s involvement: Students will be asked to complete exercises at home every week to consolidate their progress in class.

Please note that the examination registration fee is not included in the tuition fees.

£ 315 early booking discount

350
Intermediate (B1)
Up to 15 students
26 Mar - 04 June 2020
1 Oct - 3 Dec 2020
Summer term
3h/ week over 10 weeks
18 June - 20 Aug 2020

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