Do you want to give your students an authentic taste of France? To boost their confidence and
Look no further than our range of dynamic workshops for your next school excursion!
WORKSHOP DETAILS ENQUIRIES
2 hours (flexible)
Dates on demand
CBD: 257 Clarence St, Sydney 2000
(5 minute walk from Town Hall Station)
(French breakfast and lunch options currently unavailable)
(02) 9292 5712
Level: Years 8 - 12
(PART 2): Deepen your knowledge of the French culture by understanding the foundation of the language and symbols of the country. Appreciate French gastronomy, discover life in a chateau, learn about a typical school day and come to love the greatest French songs of all time.
Calm their nerves and help your students feel prepared ahead of the DELF examinations. Your students will become familiarised with the exam format, develop effective strategies for the speaking and written components, and feel confident ahead of the exam
HSC French Beginners: Begin with a massive vocabulary brainstorm for all the exam topics from the NESA syllabus. Then,
focus improving fluency & natural use of this vocabulary in order to sound like a native French speaker. Finally, be immersed into the HSC
with a fun Q&A based on the NESA syllabus.
HSC French Continuers: Start with a huge vocabulary brainstorm for all the exam topics from the NESA syllabus. Then,
learn to develop structured, logical and coherent arguments and express your point of view using logical connectives in order to respond
well and confidently to exam questions.
HSC French Extension: Develop your skills in the art of argumentation with our Survivor game. Learn to organise your ideas with logical connectives, confidently express causes and consequences on contemporary issues, and justify your point of view. Sharpen your ability to think on your feet and speak spontaneously in French with our political programs game.
For students that need confidence to speak up, or for those that already have plenty of dramatic flair, theatre exercises give students a fresh perspective on speaking French. Students learn to warm up, control their breathing, and give their voice clarity.
Prononciation 1: The perfect introduction to French phonetics for beginners or those seeking to consolidate their French accent. Discover the international phonetic alphabet, learn to master the articulation of French vowels and consonants, and hear the impact of accents. Imitate French intonation, stress and rhythm. Recognise silent letters and understand how to use la liaison.Prononciation 2: Refine your pronunciation in French. Learn to differentiate between nasal sounds, dig deeper to uncover “semi-vowels” and other aspects of pronunciation that are usually difficult for English speakers of French.
Study the marvellous Palace of Versailles and its most illustrious resident, King Louis XIV. Unveil the secrets of the 17th and 18th centuries and learn some interesting facts. For instance, did you know that Louis XIV invented the lift?
Mystery Box: Gather evidence to find out who is haunting the King’s room.
In 1914, the world has descended into war. Explore the causes, the most famous battles, as well as the collaboration and bond between the French and the ANZACs. Learn about the soldiers’ way of living in the trenches and the renowned ‘poilus’.
Mystery Box: Pour through family letters and gather clues to reveal the unknown soldier’s identity.
Terms and Conditions:
Booking forms must be returned to the School Programs Coordinator at least 2 weeks prior to the date applied for.
A minimum of 10 students is needed to open a workshop.
Payment must be sent to Alliance Française on receipt of the invoice. Bookings will be secured only once payment has been made.
Refunds cannot be issued in the event of cancellation or reduced numbers less than 28 days before the workshop takes place.
You are expected to arrive at Alliance Française 10 minutes prior to your workshop session with a notepad and pen for the students to work with.