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French 201: A2-B1

Listening, comprehension and speaking skills for an academic environment

This course is addressed to learners with a previous knowledge of French who frequented the A2 and B1 courses during the last term or who were assigned to this course after the placement test.

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French 201


Communication skills in an academic environment

CEFR level A2/B1

All EUI members

Length of course

24 weeks, 63 hours divided into 3 terms:

First term:

18 October 

08 December 2021

 8 weeks

24 hours

Second term:

17 January 

25 March 2022

10 weeks

30 

hours

Third term:

26 April

3 June 2022

 6 weeks

 

Time 


Third term starts on 27 April

Monday

Wednesday

13:30 - 15.00

Place & Instructor


Convento

Grice Room

Peggy Darrault


 

French 201: Listening, comprehension and speaking skills for an academic environment


Learning outcomes

By the end of the course, students will

  • be able to understand spoken French in everyday situations
  • be able to speak French with a correct pronunciation
  • be able to participate in French conversation on everyday topics
  • be more confident in speaking French

 

Course contents

Course materials are provided by the French teacher.
 

The course includes work on the following:

  • Listening comprehension: listening and understanding audiovisual contents
  • Improving French pronunciation
  • Enhance current vocabulary
  • Speaking skills: presentations on themes of participants’ choice; expressing personal opinions on simple subjects

Learning methods and activities

Activities in class include:

  • Communicative approach to stimulate speaking and understanding
  • Task-based approach
  • Error correction in groups and at class level

Page last updated on 11 April 2022

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