French in Acton caters to students of all ages and all abilities. French in Acton does not subscribe to a traditional immersion method of teaching, but rather encourages its students to use what language skills they currently possess to communicate, with the goal of continually expanding their knowledge base. Adhering to French in Acton's belief in the importance of incorporating fun into the learning process, all classes are filled with energy, enthusiasm, and humor.
Weekly hour-long classes meet from September through June. Basic conversational French and vocabulary building are taught through the use of music, art, games, and role playing. Oral skills are primary focus; writing and reading skills are introduced gradually. Classes are formed by parents or by French in Acton.
Weekly hour-long classes meet from September through June. Classes can be used as private or group enrichment or as a supplement to school French classes. Depending upon students’ needs and learning styles, classes consist of grammar review, vocabulary-building games, and extensive oral practice.
Weekly sessions are tailored to meet students’ personal goals. Conversational classes are designed to provide ample oral practice. Reading and writing are used to enhance oral skills. Classroom activities range from conversational role-playing (ordering in a Parisian café) to grammar exercises to reading an article, play, or book.
A summer refresher can be used in preparation for a trip to France, or to prepare a junior/senior high school student for an upcoming September class.
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