Students who do not have the required prerequisite course may be able to a take a French Placement Exam for advanced standing in a course. Students must contact the French teacher to arrange a placement exam prior to June 30th or immediately upon registration.
In all courses, students will spend time learning to read, write, speak and listen to French through a variety of games, movies, music, projects and other learning activities.
This is an introductory course in French as a Second Language designed for students who have never taken a course in French, or for those who took French in elementary but not in Junior High.
This BEGINNING course involves the study of the following thematic units: School (L’école), Food (L’alimentation), Clothing (Les vêtements), Holidays and Celebrations (Les fêtes et les célébrations), Weather (La météo) and People Around Us (Les gens autour de nous).
Prerequisite: French 10-3Y
Required for: French 30
The INTERMEDIATE course (20-3Y) is for students that have completed the prerequisite of French 10-3Y or certain exceptions for students that have studied French for numerous years.
This course covers the units- Sports, Health, Activities, and Daily Routine.
Prerequisite: French 20-3Y
The ADVANCED course (30-3Y) is for students that have completed the French 10-3Y and 20-3Y or certain exceptions for students that have studied French for numerous years.
This course covers a media unit, workplace unit, and many advanced verb tenses.