Our program consists of two components based on shared web-based resources:
Either part is complementary and essential to the successful completion of the program. Typically, the Zoom session introduces the material taught in each unit, which is in turn practiced in the homework plan.
They are offered once to twice a week and are 30 to 40 minutes long, depending on your child's level. Instructors are native French speakers fully trained in French as a Second language with a thorough knowledge of the curriculum for each stream: French Immersion, Core French or Extended French. These sessions aim to:
The main focus of live sessions is the practice of oral communication in a fun, interactive classroom setting. New material is taught in context with the support of consistent visual cues.
Online activities featured in the homework plan are always presented during the live session beforehand to let children familiarize themselves with the functionalities and options available to them.
Students have access to their homework plan by logging on to a dedicated platform on our website. Their home page will feature a summary of the material taught during the zoom session, along with the links to the resources and all the instructions needed to complete homework. These web-based resources will help your child
Resources mainly consist of review and practice material online featuring visual cues and audio recordings, but also downloadable worksheets or assignments to be completed in writing. Web-based resources enable students to review the material seen in class at their own pace. They include vocabulary sliders, memory trainers, multiple-choice quizzes, labeling activities, spelling tests and a variety of exercises.Learn more
Typically, resources featured in the homework plan are always presented by the end of the Zoom session so children understand how to use them in autonomy with minimal help from parents. Beginner students have access to English translation for clarification while widespread audio recordings help them develop their listening skills and pronunciation without relying on a French speaker or Google. The automated quizzes and memory trainers allow them to get instant feedback on their knowledge and track their performance. Older children are encouraged to communicate with the teacher for clarification or even share scores with them if they wish to.