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NATIVE & ADVANCED FRENCH
LEVEL CE2

Ages 7 to 10 years old / Grades 2 to 5
March 2, 2024 - June 15, 2024

Takes place every Saturday, total of 12 sessions
Saturdays, 10:00 am - 10:50 am
$360
No class on the following holidays:
Easter weekend: 3/30
Spring recess: 4/20, 4/27
Memorial Day weekend: 5/25

We're excited to announce our French language group classes for Native and Advanced level students ages 7-10 years old. 

 

This session is for students who have completed the Native / Advanced Level CE1 course, or are currently enrolled in a French dual-language school program and are at a CE2 level of study.

 

The group meets once a week on Saturdays and complements any French class children are already enrolled in at school.

  • Oral Skills: The program is organized so that students learn to express more complex points of view and are able to summarize, tell, and explain reasoning. Students also improve their memorizing skills and diction in French by learning prose texts and poems.

  • Reading and Writing: The study of texts, and in particular literary texts, aims to develop the capacities of comprehension of French texts and to support autonomous writing in French. Reading exercises aim to automate word recognition and increase the speed and efficiency of silent reading. The programs also aim to help understand the meaning of the texts studied.

  • French Literature: The literature program aims to give each student a repertoire of references appropriate to his age, drawn from the classical and contemporary youth literature published in French.

  • Writing: Students learn writing in French through regular practice and progressive exercises.
    Students learn to tell real facts, describe, to justify an answer, to invent stories, to summarize stories, to write a poem, respecting composition and writing guidelines.

  • Vocabulary: The extension and structuring of students' vocabulary is the subject of specific activities.
    The discovery, memorization and use of new words are accompanied by the study of the relationships of meaning between words.

  • French Grammar: The teaching of grammar is adapted to each grade. It aims to promote understanding of the texts read and heard as well as to improve the expression of our students in French (to ensure its accuracy, correct syntax and spelling).

 

Required Materials:

Notebook & writing utensils

Location & Contact Details

Email: bonjour@learnfrenchbrooklyn.com

33 Nassau Avenue, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11222

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