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French KLS Module - Beginners

French KLS Module - Beginners

Description

Description:

 This year-long module is for students who have no previous knowledge of the language they have chosen to study and provides a solid foundation in the language (equivalent to level A1 of the CEFR (GCSE)). The module provides an introduction to the language and

culture of the chosen language and gives students the opportunity to progress to a language degree programme.

The Modern Language module focuses on achieving basic levels of communication in all four skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing). Students will be introduced to basic language structures (grammar and vocabulary) while developing confidence and

a degree of accuracy when using the language in a broad range of situations. The module also engages with aspects of the language’s culture and society as it aims to provide students with a wider context for language learning.

 This module follows the blended approach, that is, it will be delivered partly face-to-face in interactive classes and partly online.

 Classes take place at Penrhyn Road in 2 hours weekly session and start week commencing 02nd October 2017.

 There are 4 groups of beginners courses, which  run as follows:

 Tuesdays  at either 4-6pm or 6-8pm

Thursdays at either 4-6pm or 6-8pm

 Please make sure you are available to attend these sessions before enrolling as fee paid is non-refundable.

 

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French KLS Module - Elementary

French KLS Module - Elementary

Description

Description:

 This year-long module is for students who have the equivalent of level A1 of the CEFR. This module will reactivate and build on the student’s previous knowledge of the chosen language and culture.

 The module will consolidate and develop existing linguistic skill in speaking, reading, listening and writing; students will increase their vocabulary, be able to use more complex structures and become aware of register and also consolidate and deepen their awareness of aspects of the foreign culture and work environment.

 This module follows the blended approach, that is, it will be delivered partly face-to-face in interactive classes and partly online.

 Classes start 05th October 2017 and  take place at Penrhyn Road on Thursdays  from 6-8pm.

Please make sure you are available to attend these sessions before enrolling as the fee paid is non-refundable.

 

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French KLS Module - Intermediate

French KLS Module - Intermediate

Description

Description:

 This year-long module is for students who have the equivalent of level A2 of the CEFR.

The module will consolidate and develop existing linguistic skills in speaking, reading, listening and writing. Students will increase their vocabulary, be able to use more complex structures and become more aware of register and also consolidate and deepen their awareness of aspects of the foreign culture. Students will gain confidence and ability in oral communication through guided discussion, and individual and group presentations. Students will be given writing tasks such as short essays, guided writing activities and grammar revision exercises. Some translation and summary work will also be undertaken, working from the target language source into English.  Audio and written materials will be used to widen their knowledge of life in target language speaking countries.

 This module follows the blended approach, that is, it will be delivered partly face-to-face in interactive classes and partly online.

 Classes start 05th October 2017 and take place at Penrhyn Road on Thursdays  from 6-8pm.

 Please make sure you are available to attend these sessions before enrolling as the fee paid is non-refundable.

 

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French KLS Module - Near Beginners

French KLS Module - Near Beginners

Description

Description:

 This year-long module is designed to develop the language competency already acquired by students who completed KLS level 1 module or equivalent. It focuses on developing the levels of communication in all four skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing).

Students will improve and consolidate the knowledge of   grammar and vocabulary acquired previously.

 This module follows the blended approach, to be delivered partly face-to-face in interactive classes and partly online.

 Classes take place at Penrhyn Road in 2 hours weekly session and start week commencing 02nd October 2017.

 There are 2 groups of near beginners courses, which  run as follows:

Tuesdays at either 4-6pm or 6-8pm

 Please make sure you are available to attend these sessions before enrolling as the fee paid is non-refundable.

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