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Course Overview

Course Overview
This course will develop your ability to speak, listen, read and write in
everyday contexts. You will be able to handle most situations likely to
arise while travelling in an area where the language is spoken. The course
is interactive and topics based on everyday life and current issues. You
will also develop your use of regular and irregular verbs, use past and
future tenses and express opinions.

Objectives

Objectives
Objective 1
Objective 1
Discuss the mass media and TV programmes, current affairs, advertising and the press, expressing opinions Objective 1
Objective 2
Objective 2
Discuss well-being and healthy lifestyles Prosp User 3
Objective 3
Objective 3
Make complex sentences using connectives Prosp User 4
Objective 4
Objective 4
Talk about present, past and future activities and use if clauses Prosp User 5
Objective 5
Objective 5
Identify some of the cultural aspects of the French speaking world and recognise the similarities and differences with your own culture Prosp User 6

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements
You will have completed French Pre-Intermediate Parts 1 and 2, have studied
French for approximately 100 hours or more or be between Level A1 and A2 of the
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
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Equipment Required

Equipment Required
You will need to bring your enrolment slip to the first session as well as a notebook and pen Prosp User 9

What courses can I go on to?

What courses can I go on to?
French Intermediate Plus Part 1 Prosp User 10

What examination is there?

What examination is there?
There is no examination with this course.

A tutor conducted initial assessment will be followed by on-going assessment of progress and achievement.
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How will I know I am making progress?

How will I know I am making progress?
Your tutor will give you continuous feedback on your oral and written work as well as suggestions for improvement. You will have an individual learning plan to monitor your own progress. The tutor will keep a record of your work and performance and discuss this with you.

You will gain more from the course if you commit study time to it outside the weekly online sessions.
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Other Info

Other Info
We expect you to attend all classes, be on time and complete any homework given by your tutor. In general, we will not allow late entry to any course after the first two weeks. In all cases the full fee will be charged. You can discuss issues with your tutor or the Assistant Programme Manager at any time during the course. Prosp User 13

Extra Support

Extra Support
If you have declared a learning difficulty, disability or support need whilst enrolling and you require support/assistance in class or to complete your course, please discuss your needs with your tutor at the first lesson.

If you intend to take an examination and feel you have an additional learning need or special requirements, you must declare them to your tutor within the first 2 weeks of your course.

If you are studying in an online group, then you can arrange a one-to-one online discussion with your tutor, after the session, or by email.

Where we aim to make reasonable adjustments to support our learners, please note we are unable to provide any type of in class or in person support if your course takes place online.
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C0181
Raymond Kouassi
20/07/2022
27/07/2022
2.00 hrs per wk
2 weeks
£17.00 (tuition) Tuition Fee
£5.00 (concessionary) Conc Fee
£38.00 (overseas) Overseas Fee
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