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Students will learn to construct simple phrases in French. Topics related to their everyday life will allow students to introduce themselves
and others, to describe their environment, to express their feelings and tastes. They will also discover more verbal phrases and to approach
future tense and the sense of formality in French language. All activities are conducted mainly in French with an immersive approach.
FALL20 - Les Petits Crabes 1 [4-6y old, SAT, Online]
Product Code: 4037-KIDS-4-6y-A1.1-SAT 2020
||CHILDREN & YOUTH
||Kids (4-8) General French
||2020 - FALL
Kids A1.1 (Les Petits Crabes 1)
03 Oct 2020 to 12 Dec 2020
Saturday - 8:45am to 9:30am
at Online > Virtual Classroom 3
Note: Please keep in mind that each youth class starts in September and takes place over three terms, until June. The school year 2020/2021 will take place 100% online. Online courses 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.
Les Petits Crabes 1 is designed for 4-6y-old non-readers, who are new to French. During three quarters, along with the textbook and workbook “Les Petits Loustics 1” and various action-oriented activities—games, stories, songs, crafts—students will learn vocabulary and basic sentences to identify and present people and objects, and to express feelings. All activities are conducted mainly in French with an immersive approach.
• Prerequisite: None. This class is for complete beginners. If your child has any prior exposure to French, please take a placement test: https://www.afseattle.org/placement-tests/
• Textbook & workbook (not included in tuition): “Les Petits Loustics 1”
• Next course: Les Petits Crabes 2 (Fall 2021).
• Educational Program Policies & Procedures: https://www.afseattle.org/about/policies/
• No class on Nov 28
A valid registration fee is required in order to enroll in this course
(members are exempt).
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
- interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.
Required Course Material
Les Loustics 2 (textbook + workbook)
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