Sessions 2017 – 2018
Fall I September 6 – October 19
Fall II October 21 – December 2
Winter I December 4 – January 27
(Christmas break from December 22 after classes to January 2. Classes will start again on January 3)
Winter II January 29 – March 17
Spring I March 19 – May 5
Spring II May 7 – June 23
For the first registration, a membership of $ 20 must be paid; it’s valid for a full year and provides access to many benefits.
At the Alliance Française of Edmonton, the most popular class is a general French acquisition class, following a textbook framework. It will allow you to develop all five skills: speaking, listening, reading, writing and interacting; and provides you with a wealth of intercultural insight. Through specific communication objectives and interactive activities, you will progress from basic communication situations to more complex interactions, where you must organize your ideas in order to inform, explain, narrate, convince, argue, or speak in public, etc.
Our classes are based on the recommendations of the CEFRL (the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), a standard reference adopted by dozens of educational systems worldwide. We use in that regards the textbook Alter Ego +, for all levels, or Nouvel Edito for more advanced users.
Classes are 2 hours twice a week (24-hour sessions) or 3 hours once a week (18-hour sessions).
These specialized courses give you an opportunity to focus on a specific aspect of the French language with classes outside of the textbook in a relaxed atmosphere.
Our specialized classes include:
-Intercation and role play classes
Our classes are seperated in four major levels: A1, A2, B1, B2 Within these levels we have sub-levels. If you are unsure about your level you can take the online placement test and contact us to make an appointment for an oral placement test. The oral placement test is free and lasts about 10-15 minutes. Afterwards we will recommend you the best classes for you based on your goals and level. Learn more about your level and the placement test
We offer a wide range of French classes for different levels from Beginner to Advanced.
The Alliance Française of Edmonton organizes its training on the most modern teaching methods and on the CEFRL (the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), a standard reference adopted by dozens of educational systems worldwide.
Our French classes are offered with variable pace and different schedules: 2 hour lessons twice a week or 3 hour lessons once a week and variable location: main office on 123 Street & 104 Avenue or La Cité Francophone on 91 Street & 86 Avenue.
The Alliance Française offers quality teaching promoting excellence and is recognized for its high quality programs and the strong bonds formed with its local cultural, educational and business communities. We use a communicative method that will allow you to develop all your skills: grammar, reading, writing, listening, and conversation.
Why choose Alliance française of Edmonton ?
Alliance française of Edmonton is part of a large network of 850 local not-for-profit associations, in 136 countries. This is the biggest language school network in the world!
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