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Year 10 (A2): Online
Product Code: EYear10A2TB 2020
|Age Group||High School Students|
|Type||10-week courses for high school students|
|Session||2020 - Term 4|
|Pace||1.50 hours per week over 10 weeks|
Year 10 (A2)
06 Oct 2020 to 15 Dec 2020
No class on Tuesday, November 3rd (Melb Cup). Replacement class on Tuesday, December 15th.
This course takes place 100% online. The pace of this class is 1.5 hours per week over 10 weeks.
Each week you will take part in a 1.5h face-to-face virtual class via Zoom, which will run during the stated course schedule above. Additionally, you will also gain access to our online platform Apolearn, where you can interact with your teacher and your fellow students. This is also where your teacher will upload class content during the course. If
Zoom and Apolearn are new tools for you, rest assured - we will be guiding you along the way! All students will receive more information on how to use both platforms prior to your first class.
This course is for students in their fourth or fifth year of learning French (typically year 10 students)
Year 10 (A2) is a French course for high school students that continues over 4 terms. The Year 10 (A2) level focuses on consolidating, practising and developing students' knowledge. This course complements what students are learning at school, giving them more confidence to speak the language, and helping them to ace their tests and exams!
Why study at the Alliance Française?
Following the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, our students develop four core language areas: speaking, listening, reading and writing. Our teaching methodology uses a structured and leveled curriculum based on the textbook Adomania by Hachette editions. In this course, students enhance their basic knowledge of the language with intensive practice and various educational games. As they become increasingly confident French speakers, students also explore francophone culture and people. With an emphasis on authentic communication in class, this task-based approach also helps students develop an understanding of the grammar and spelling of French through interacting in the language. Ultimately, our goal is not only to teach students language skills, but also to have them interpret the world from a different perspective.
Course prerequisite: Year 9 (A2) or 3-4 years of learning French.
Joining in Term 2, 3 or 4? Before enrolling, contact us to check that this is the right learning option for you.
Our Year 10 (A2) program is divided into 4 terms in the 2020 school year:
- Term 1: 28 January to 28 March.
- Term 2: 20 April - 4 July
- Term 3: 13 July to 19 September
- Term 4: 5 October to 19 December
By the end of Term 4, students will have learnt all the necessary basics to move on to the next learning step in 2021: Year 11 (B1).
To ensure progression and efficient learning, it is recommended to enrol every term for the full length of the school year, for a full completion of the program.
Course objectives: Click here to see the learning objectives for high school students.
Textbooks For this course, you will need the following material:
Adomania 3/A2 (Hachette) – Livre de l’élève
Adomania 3/A2 (Hachette) – Cahier d’activités
Note: Our course fees do not include books. As our reception in St Kilda/CBD will be open for reduced hours in Term 3, we suggest that the most effective way to get your books delivered is by purchasing them directly from Language International Bookshop online https://www.languageint.com.au/ or over the phone (03) 9857-0030. Hard copies and digital books are available.
Approx $252.35 USD