French Intermediate

Step 1

For January classes please select the Step 2 tab

Course Details

  • Duration: 10 weeks
  • Dates: Thursday 10th October – Thursday 12th December 2019 
  • Time: 6-8pm
  • Location: LP2.49, Law and Psychology Building

Step 1 Entry Criteria

This intermediate course the natural progression for those who have completed the beginner and elementary courses. It is also suited to those who may have studied the language before up to GCSE level. 

Emphasis is set on:

  • a communicative approach to allow you to use the language
  • extending and building on content covered on the beginners and elementary course
  • achieving an intermediate level of communication in all 4 skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing)
  • developing effective language learning strategies 
  • using the language accurately and confidently in a broader range of situations

What will you do in the weekly sessions?

You will be asked to contribute to the learning process by taking an active part in the lessons. This includes participation in group and pair work. You will develop your communication skills and increase your knowledge of grammar and functions in the language.  

Independent Learning

Your progress will be greatly enhanced if you reinforce the topics covered in the group with some private study.

French Intermediate Course Book

Please purchase Édito B1 2. édition. Livre de l’élève + DVD-ROM (2018)  which will be used for Step 1, 2 and 3 of the Intermediate course. 

Your tutor also recommends purchasing the corresponding activity book.

Materials will also be provided by your tutor and these will be available on the Language Steps Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). 

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Step 2

Course Details

  • Duration: 10 weeks
  • Dates: Thursday 30th January – Thursday 2nd April 2020
  • Time: 6-8pm
  • Location: LP2.49, Law and Psychology Building

Step 2 Entry Criteria

This 10 week course is part 2 of the intermediate course and is the natural progression for those who have completed Step 1. The intermediate level is aimed at participants who have studied the language before up to GCSE level or equivalent. 

Emphasis is set on:

  • a communicative approach to allow you to use the language
  • extending and building on content covered on the beginners and elementary course
  • achieving an intermediate level of communication in all 4 skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing)
  • developing effective language learning strategies 
  • using the language accurately and confidently in a broader range of situations

What will you do in the weekly sessions?

You will be asked to contribute to the learning process by taking an active part in the lessons. This includes participation in group and pair work. You will develop your communication skills and increase your knowledge of grammar and functions in the language.  

Independent Learning

Your progress will be greatly enhanced if you reinforce the topics covered in the group with some private study.

French Intermediate Course Book

Please purchase Édito B1 2. édition. Livre de l’élève + DVD-ROM (2018)  which will be used for Step 1, 2 and 3 of the Intermediate course. 

Your tutor also recommends purchasing the corresponding activity book.

Materials will also be provided by your tutor and these will be available on the Language Steps Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). 

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Prices

Each 10 week course consists of a 2 hour lesson, held once a week, over the period of 10 weeks.

The cost for each 10 week course is shown below:

Prices

  • EHU Student: £80 This will be covered by the Student Opportunity Fund (SOF).
  • EHU Staff: £110
  • Member of Public: £160
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