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Pre-Diploma Program: FRENCH

The primary goal is that the students learn to use French in a culturally diverse world.  In addition, the students become skilled at evaluating their skills and developing them further.  Cooperation between other subjects strengthens and enriches learning.

Assessment in French

  • is agreed upon and the beginning of the period or course
  • encourages the students to set their own goals and choose tools that appropriate to themselves
  • guides the students towards self and peer evaluation
  • is based on a variety of evidence including the observation of the students' learning and ways of working
  • is many-sided and can be based on a written or oral exam, a take-home exam, a group or pair exam, tests, a portfolio, a project, a research paper, self and peer evaluation, an essay, written tasks, a listening comprehension exam, homework, and oral exercises.
  • can also include evaluations outside school (e.g. DELF) or methods that are free of time and/or place such as electronic take-home exams

 

The use of IT in French

  • is a natural part of studying and the assessment of learning
  • is pedagogically appropriate
  • enables a culture of sharing and interactive and communal ways of working

 

1. Life's important goals

The student will

  • be encouraged to view learning French as useful
  • develop as a user of French in different contex
  • learn to reflect his/her skills in French in relation to other languages he/she speaks
  • learn to evaluate his/her skills and progress as a learner of the French language and the francophone culture

Content:

  • the particular features of the French language (e.g. orthography and pronunciation)
  • becoming familiar with the Francophone culture (e.g. differences between being formal and informal)
  • everyday life, relationships, interests, leisure, hobbies

 

2. Everyday life

The student will

  • develop as user of French especially in small written tasks
  • become familiar with differences between cultures
  • learn to evaluate his/her skills and progress as a learner of the French language and the francophone culture

Content:

  • taking care of business in everyday life (e.g. stores, cafes, restaurants)
  • enlarging social codes in spoken language (e.g. thank yous, inquiries, requests
  • the differences in communication between the francophone culture and the student's own culture

 

3. Well-being

The student will

  • expand his/her interactive skills in various channels of communication
  • learn to express his/her opinion related to situations in everyday life
  • conduct discussions based on various texts related to well-being  
  • learn to evaluate his/her skills and progress as a learner of the French language and the francophone culture

Content:

  • well-being (e.g. physical and mental)
  • interaction in various channels of communication (e.g. phone, social media)
  • the impact of technology and digitalisation on the topics mentioned above

 

4. Culture and media

The student will

  • strengthen his/her critical media reading skills
  • become familiar with Francophone cultural phenomena and media
  • learn to evaluate his/her skills and progress as a learner of the French language and the francophone culture

Content:

  • current affairs in Francophone countries (e.g. news, printed and social media)
  • Francophone cultural phenomena (e.g. celebrations, festivals)

 

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