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In the level B1, students will learn to understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Students will be able to deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling in an area where the language is spoken. Students will learn to produce simple connected text on topics that are familiar or of personal interest, and will be able to describe experiences, events, dreams, hopes, and ambitions. They will learn to briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

AVAILABLE COURSES: B1.1, B1.2, B1.3, B1 Review, as well as specialized classes and workshops.
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SUM21 - B1.3 SAT [Online, Hybrid]

Product Code: 5244-B1.3-SAT-Hybrid 2021

Age Group ADULTS
Type General French
Session 2021 - SUMMER (ADULTS)
Pace Regular
Level B1 Intermediate
Schedules 10 Jul 2021 to 28 Aug 2021
  • Saturday   12:30pm ▸ 3pm at Online > Virtual Classroom 1 (Marii Stratter)
Note: Please keep in mind that all courses are currently conducted online and are limited to six students. If the course is full, please let us know your interest, and we will try to open an additional class.

This is a hybrid, 8-week course that comprises 20 hours of synchronous learning (live classes on Zoom) and 10 hours of asynchronous learning (self-study on the e-learning platform).

B1.3 is the third and last course of the general French B1 (Intermediate) series, which comprises courses B1.1, B1.2, and B1.3. During these three B1 classes, students will expand their capacity to describe their experiences as well as to begin defending their opinions and ideas. Their vocabulary to discuss areas of personal interest, education, and current events becomes more nuanced, though still remains within the bounds of colloquial language registers. Students learn to describe events in a logical, linear manner (e.g. introduction, development and conclusion), including reporting direct and indirect quotes, thus allowing them to better present accounts of current and past events and personal anecdotes.

• Prerequisite: B1.2 course or B1.3 result at placement test. New students and students returning after more than three quarters are required to take a short online placement test https://www.afseattle.org/placement-tests/
• Textbook (not included in tuition): “Entre nous 3” that covers the three B1 courses, https://www.afseattle.org/store/
• Content of the B1.3 course: chapters 7 & 8; DELF B1 Prep—indirect discourse; compare and contrast different types of education; discuss news and medias (passive voice); etc.
• Next course: B1 Review, a specialized B1 course, or B2.1
• Educational Program Policies & Procedures: https://www.afseattle.org/about/policies/
A valid registration fee is required in order to enroll in this course (members are exempt).
$465.00 USD
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