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Conversation 1st Steps (A2-): Online

Product Code: E1stSTEPSFA 2020

Age Group Adults
Type 10-week courses for adults
Session 2020 - Term 4
Pace 2 hours per week over 10 weeks
Level Conversation: First Steps: Online
Schedules 09 Oct 2020 to 18 Dec 2020
  • Friday - 10:15am to 12:15pm at Online
Note: No class on Oct 23rd due to AFL Grand Final Public Holiday. Replacement class scheduled on Dec 18th.
A valid registration fee is required in order to enroll in this course (members are exempt).
Objectives

This course takes place 100% online. The pace of this class is two hours per week over 10 weeks.

Each week you will take part in a two-hour 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 designed for students who are completing levels A2.1, A2.2 or A2.3 or those who have been assessed prior to enrolling. The focus of this course is to master the basics of conversation!

This course is ideal for:
- New students who are not quite ready to enrol in a structured course* but would still like to learn and practice their French;
- Current students who would like to take a break from structured courses* in order to focus on their French conversation;
- A2 level students who are travelling to France and need to practice conversing.

*Structured course refers to any course that follows a textbook and has a long term progression, following the scale of the Common European Reference Framework for Languages: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.

In this class, a different real life situation will be presented each week (eg. 'ordering in a restaurant') and students will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills in every scenario with the help and encouragement of their teacher. A variety of activities will be used to enhance students' speaking skills, including role plays and pronunciation exercises. Throughout the course, students will gain confidence and improve communication.

Topics covered may include: family, jobs, hotels, holiday, leisure, and daily activities.

Please note: we suggest spending no longer than three terms in this course.

All course material is provided.

$460.00 AUD
inc GST
Approx $333.50 USD
 

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