Course Summary

Provides opportunities for students to:

  • build on previous language skills through storytelling, creative writing, drama, French cuisine, games, music and other practical activities.
  • engage with the linguistic and cultural diversity of French-speaking communities (official language of 29 countries, the UN, Red Cross, Olympic Committee, NATO)
  • develop an understanding of how languages work, including their first language
  • become bilingual, thereby opening up future study and employment opportunities
  • become more aware of their place in the international community

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