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CHILDREN & YOUTH
2022 - SUMMER (YOUTH)
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We offer three age groups: Kids (6-8 years old), Youth (9-12 years old) and Teens (13-16 years old).
Please note that there are two beginner camp options (both under the category A1 Beginner):
- A0 Discovery is for complete beginners (zero knowledge of French);
- A1 Beginner is for students who are currently enrolled in A1.1 or A1.2, or new students who place at A1 in the placement test (https://www.afseattle.org/placement-tests/).
Please note that some camps are offered on-site, and others online. Select your preference under "Location".
SUM22 - Summer Camp W7 Teens [13-16y] A1 Beginners
Product Code: 5556-SummerCamp-W7-Teens-A1 2022
|Age Group||CHILDREN & YOUTH|
|Session||2022 - SUMMER (YOUTH)|
01 Aug 2022 to 05 Aug 2022
• Theme: The general theme for 2022 is "Les Explorateurs" (The Explorers). Each camp will focus on three main secondary themes: Nature, Art, and History. Each camp will offer different activities adapted to the fluency level of its campers!
• Week 7: Aug 1-5 (five days).
• Level: A1 Beginners, for AFSeattle students enrolled in Teens A1 and Tortues (only for 13y old this summer), and for new students with an A1 result at AFSeattle’s placement test for summer camps.
• Instructors: AFSeattle instructors specialized in teaching French as a foreign language to youth.
• Number of campers: Between 5 and 8.
• Member-only Early Registration: March 15, noon Pacific Time to May 31, noon Pacific Time. Regular Registration: Starting May 31, at 1PM Pacific Time (non-members pay an additional $40 registration fee). Youth membership is recommended to void the registration fee and to get $15 off any additional camp. You can purchase a membership any time to have access to the member-only early registration. AFSeattle’s membership perks: https://www.afseattle.org/join/become-a-member/
Objectives of level A1:
- understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases.
- introduce yourself and others, ask and answer questions about personal details such as where they live, people they know, and things they have.
- interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.