French 3 - (CEFR A1.1)

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French 3 - (CEFR A1.1)

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Course description

This course is a continuation course from French 2. New students wishing to enrol should have completed 32 hours of French tuition or completed French 2 and French 1 with Adult Education. The French 3 course will focus on talking about your family, your likes/dislikes and contact details.

Textbook purchase required: see “What to bring” and "Important information"

What your course will cover

In a relaxed, friendly and supportive atmosphere, you will learn:

  • To describe your family and home: Je m’appelle Paul, je suis marié. Ma femme s’appelle Liz. On a 2 enfants. Ma fille s’appelle Jane et mon fils s’appelle Henri. Ils ont 13 et 8 ans. On habite à Hobart Ouest. On a une grande maison avec un jardin. On a aussi un chien, Rex et un chat, Felix.
  • To ask and to give contact details and personal details to fill in a form: phone number, email address, etc.
  • To give information about yourself: je parle français, j’habite à Paris, j'étudie le français...
  • To talk about likes/dislikes: j’aime le vin blanc, je déteste le café ...
  • The time: Il est quelle huere? Il est dueux hueres
  • Cultural points including French and Parisian administrative divisions.

You will learn the following grammar:

  • Possessive adjectives: mon fils, ma fille, mes enfants...
  • Present tense of the verbs of the first group (ending in -er): parler, travailler ...

What to bring

  • A pen and notebook for work done in class.
  • A folder for your many handouts – an expandable A4 folder with plastic sleeves is recommended.
  • The following textbook: Grammaire progressive du français – niveau débutant complet (book including an audio CD) - Authors: Maïa Grégoire & Alina Kostucki – ISBN: 9782090382075
  • Please note – Grammaire progressive du français is a full collection of books so please ensure that you purchase the niveau débutant complet book by the 2 authors (as above) with the cream cover
  • This textbook is used from French 1 to French 8 courses (128 hours of tuition in total), achieving the A1 level of CEFR (see more information about the CEFR below).
  • Be aware that the courses don’t follow the chapters as displayed in the book.

Important information

  • Most language classes fill up quickly. However, your class could be cancelled if not enough people enrol. If you are concerned about buying a textbook that may be of no use to you then please check the viability of your class with Adult Education before purchasing.
  • The program follows the Common European Framework for Languages (CEFR), which has become the international reference for learning and teaching European languages, as well as assessing language acquisition. Students may wish to sit for the exam called DELF

The CEFR is divided in 4 levels:

The CEFR is divided in 4 levels:

A1 level (Adult Education French 1, French 2, French 3, French 4, French 5, French 6, French 7 & French 8) completed within around 120 hours (A1.1 – A1.2 & A1.3): students are able to introduce themselves, talk about their hobbies, explain where they live, describe relationships etc.

A2 level (Adult Education French intermediate oral skills), completed within around 100 hours (A2.1 to A2.4): students are able to communicate and exchange on familiar and habitual subjects.

B1 level (Adult Education French advanced oral skills, completed within around 200 hours (B1.1 to B1.7): students are able to interact with ease in French on familiar topics with native speakers.

B2 level (Adult Education French conversation): students are able to communicate with a degree of spontaneity and ease. It is also the level of language proficiency that most French universities require from undergraduate foreign students.

  • Please note that children must not attend this class unless it is a specified parent/child activity.

Disability and special needs

Libraries Tasmania is committed to achieving open, equitable access and participation to a range of adult education programs and courses. If you have a disability or medical condition which you think may impact on your ability to participate in an adult education course, please complete the Special Needs Form available at: http://adulteducation.libraries.tas.gov.au/enrolling, or contact the adult education team: http://adulteducation.libraries.tas.gov.au/contact. This will help us to make the necessary adjustments to maximise your enjoyment and experience in your chosen course. All enquiries are confidential.

Please note that carers supporting learners with disabilities can attend our classes free of charge. For more information, please contact adult education team: http://adulteducation.libraries.tas.gov.au/contact.

Refund policy

Cancellations and Refunds
Please choose your course carefully. A full refund is payable in the event that a class is cancelled. No other refunds are considered except for extenuating circumstances which are supported by a written application.

Contact details

For General Enquiries contact

  • (03) 6165 5600

Or for specific enquiries relating to issues in your area, contact your local centre http://www.libraries.tas.gov.au/locations

Terms and Conditions

Go to: http://adulteducation.libraries.tas.gov.au/policies or contact the adult education team:
http://adulteducation.libraries.tas.gov.au/contact