Francja - kurs języka francuskiego

Français Intensif + Outils TIC pour apprendre et enseigner dans les écoles – FIN-NT
French in Normandy

1) WEEK ONE - General French Language Course
This course is of significant benefit to teachers who are non-native speakers of French who are required or intend to teach French or a subject through French (CLIL) as well as those planning to start teaching French. It is also beneficial to other school educational staff, those who need to develop their language skills to study relevant literature or publications in French, anyone who needs to work on projects/exchange programmes/committees with an international dimension and those who need to liaise with French-speaking colleagues, counterparts or parents.
2) WEEK TWO - ICT tools for learning and teaching in schools
The input sessions are a blend of theory and practice in using technology across a range of classes for all age groups. It is suitable for teachers of all levels of experience. Putting participants “in a student’s shoes” will help them understand the mechanisms involved in a fully interactive class. The course looks at using technology to build a lesson with the aim of having a ‘ready-to-go’ lesson structure in place. Different applications and web tools will be presented to offer a variety and choice to the participants. This is important as they need to feel comfortable when using their new-found expertise. Learners are familiar with the use of simple ICT tools and supporting this in class enhances motivation and interaction. Using ICT in and for the classroom is an ideal way to connect and integrate learning both in and out of school or class. Participants will have the opportunity to submit a lesson or activity plan to review with their trainers to help them put it into practice on their return to work.

- To develop the participants’ language skills to help them teach and communicate in French more efficiently and successfully
- To familiarise participants with recent pedagogical and technological developments while increasing their awareness of opportunities to integrate ICT into teaching and learning processes in their schools
- To increase participants’ skill and confidence in the use of specific computer applications and to give them the opportunity to use the programmes presented, adapting some to suit their specific classroom needs
- To provide an opportunity to develop and consolidate participants’ own language skills and improve their confidence in lesson delivery
- To promote awareness of contemporary France
- To establish connections between teachers from a variety of European backgrounds which facilitates future networking and partnership potentia

The overall approach in the Intensive French language classes is communicative with students encouraged and facilitated to use the language learned on the course. This covers all aspects of French language skills. Class work includes individual, pair and group work, discussions, debates, roleplays, presentations, writing exercises.

The Methodology Component involves small-group learning for foreign teachers of French (or other modern foreign languages) wishing to develop their teaching skills. Lessons consist of small groups and are designed to give an insight into current language teaching methodology and techniques. The themed modules are made up of theoretical components and the elaboration of pedagogical activities that participants will be able to put into practice on their return to work. Subjects include:

- The education system in France
- THE ICT role in education today
- Watching techniques in practice
- Cloud storage, file-sharing and blogging
- Task-based learning
- Vocabulary in the cloud
- Recording material and activities from the
computer screen
- Development of a lesson plan and Practical
- CLIL Lessons
- Overview of FLE methodology
- Integrating the use of tablets an smartphones in the classroom
- Creating dynamic material
- Using audio/video and podcasts with real-world content
- Apps for education
-vExtra fluency practice

- Appreciation of a wide range of applications
- Increased confidence in using technology across a range of subject teaching
- Increased awareness of the use of the internet as a teaching resource
- Increased awareness of how integrating technology into learning experiences can help to integrate school into students’ lives
- Confidence in using a digital portfolio of lesson plans and material created to act as a reference for implementing new techniques in their schools and also as an aid to disseminating the project to colleagues
- Enhancement of personal French language skills
- Shared knowledge and experience with other professionals of a pan-European background
- Increased knowledge and experience of French history and culture
- Better knowledge of Erasmus+ potential for professional development

1) Number of lessons: 25 hours per week
2) Maximum class size: 12
3) Entry Levels: CEFR B1+

Przykładowe zajęcia dodatkowe:

bowling *, cycling *, ice scating *

cheese & wine tasting *, city tour/walk, cooking lessons *, cultural activities, cultural events and festivals, guided city tours *, guided museum tours *, history lessons/workshops, lectures on various topics, literature workshops, orientation tour, pub and restaurant evenings, seminars on various subjects, sightseeng, theatre or cinema visit *

Paris *, Normandy landing beaches, Mont Saint Michel, Monet's Garden (Giverney), Caen, Bayeux, Deauville

* zajęcia dodatkowo płatne


FLE Quality Label (French Ministry of Education label to schools teaching French)

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