TRAVEL FRENCH 1 (LE FRANCAIS DU VOYAGE 1 – Learn french in Melbourne)

10 Weeks of 1.5 hrs = 15 hrs

Content

This 15-hour course will make you travel around 10 regions of France. Each week you will discover a new region, you will learn about its geography, main tourist sights, its food and local customs. On your journey you will also learn to communicate in very practical travel situations such as:

  • Meeting and greeting people
  • Asking for information about times and directions
  • Buying train tickets
  • Booking accommodation
  • Shopping and money
  • Ordering food and drinks

       And lots more.....

As part of your journey with us, you will also taste some food from the various regions, and you will learn about regional differences. You will be immersed into the French culture language and food.

 

Outcomes

At the end of the course you'll be able to:

  • Greet people and introduce yourself
  • Communicate effectively in everyday travel situations (using real life scenarios)
  • Understand key cultural and regional differences

Speaking a language is a skill that needs practice. For this reason, we will provide many opportunities in class for you to practise speaking, so you can build fluency and confidence. We will focus on individual needs in a fun and creative way.

 

Pre-Requisites

This course is suited to complete beginners or students with a basic knowledge of French who wish to be immersed into the French culture, language and food.

 

Textbook

All material will be provided by "A French Journey". However a textbook will be recommended for personal study (to be confirmed on the first class).

Students need to bring pen and notebook.

       

Class Times

Venue

All classes are held in our French learning center at 567 Hampton Street, Hampton Victoria, Australia.

Term Dates 2019

  • Term 1
    11th February to 5th April  (8 weeks, 1 public holiday on 11th March)
  • Term 2
    29th April to 28th June (9 weeks, 1 public holiday on 10th June)
  • Term 3
    15th July to 20th September (10 weeks, no public holiday)
  • Term 4
    7th October to 13th December (10 weeks, 1 public holiday on 5th November)