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Along with the textbook and workbook and various action-oriented and creative activities, students will be able to have a basic conversation
in French through topics related to their everyday life and environment. While broadening their vocabulary and strengthening the use of
present and future tense, students will approach the past tense and learn how to talk about personal experiences and to give their opinion.
All activities are conducted mainly in French with an immersive approach.
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FALL20 - A2 Teens [15-18y, Online]
Product Code: 4059-TEENS-15-18y-A2 2020
||CHILDREN & YOUTH
||Teens (13-18) General French
||2020 - FALL
30 Sep 2020 to 16 Dec 2020
Wednesday - 4:30pm to 6:00pm
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.
The course A2 Teens is designed for 15-18y-old students who are comfortable interacting in French in a simple way. During three quarters, along with the textbook “Soda 1” and various other multimedia resources, students will be able to have a basic conversation in French through topics related to their everyday life and environment. They will learn to talk about events in the past with more precision and to formulate opinions. All activities are conducted mainly in French with an immersive approach.
• Prerequisite: A1 level (60-90 hours of instruction in French) or A2.1 level at placement test
• Textbook (not included in tuition): “Soda 1”
• Next course: B1 (Fall 2021)
• 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).
Objectives of level A2:
- understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family
information, shopping, local geography, employment).
- communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.
- describe in simple terms aspects of their background, immediate environment, and matters in areas of immediate need.
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