Wed 24 Feb to Wed 24 March | 1-3pm | £64 (5 weeks) | Tutor Dominique Pluskwa
This online course concentrates on spoken French in a friendly atmosphere. It is for students who have studied French for 4-5 years, have a rusty O-level/GCSE or some experience of the language.
If you wish to join this course for the first time, please contact the Brewery prior to booking to be put in touch with the tutor to ensure this is the right level for you via emailing email@example.com .
What will the course or workshop cover and how will it be taught?
During the course you will learn to describe your interests and leisure, organise an outing, express your ideas on a range of topics, talk about present, past and future events.
A wide range of activities will be used to encourage all students to participate and progress: listening and repeating, question and answer, reading dialogues, role-plays, communication games and written exercises.
maintaining social distance, there will be opportunities for pair and group work as well as teacher led activities.
The Zoom link, meeting ID and passcode will be on your e-ticket, this will be emailed to you after booking. Please join 5 mins early to start the class on time. Do not give the log in details to anyone else.
What do I need to bring with me?
Please bring a pen, a notebook, a French dictionary if you have one and your glasses, if you need them.
Are there any additional costs?
About the tutor
Dominique Pluskwa is a native French speaker, was born in Paris and studied History at La Sorbonne. She moved to Kendal in 1999 and has taught French since 2002, both privately and for small groups as well as at the Brewery.FAQs
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