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A1

a. Absolute Beginner French A1.1 (in-person, Tuesdays)

Regular Courses

This class is for students looking to build a foundation in the French language. Classes are progressive. Absolute beginners work their way up from A1.1 progressing through to A1.6. After A1, students move on to A2, to B1, to B2, etc. Example syllabi for coursework can be found on the website. 

This 12-week class meets in-person on Tuesdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 16th and concluding April 9th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break)   

b. Absolute Beginner French A1.1 (on-line, Thursdays)

Regular Courses

This class is for students looking to build a foundation in the French language. Classes are progressive. Absolute beginners work their way up from A1.1 progressing through to A1.6. After A1, students move on to A2, to B1, to B2, etc. Example syllabi for coursework can be found on the website. 

This 12-week class meets on Zoom on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and concludes April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break). 

c. Beginner French A1.2 (in-person, Thursdays, continues with Marie-Pierre)

Regular Courses

This class is for students looking to build a foundation in the French language. Classes are progressive. Absolute beginners work their way up from A1.1 progressing through to A1.6. After A1, students move on to A2, to B1, to B2, etc. Example syllabi for coursework can be found on the website. 

This 12-week class meets in-person on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and concludes April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break)  

d. Beginner French A1.4 (in-person, Thursdays, continues with Zoubida)

Regular Courses

This class is for students looking to build a foundation in the French language. Classes are progressive. Absolute beginners work their way up from A1.1 progressing through to A1.6. After A1, students move on to A2, to B1, to B2, etc. Example syllabi for coursework can be found on the website. 

This 12-week class meets in-person on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and concludes April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break).  

e. Beginner French A1.6 (in-person, Thursdays, continues with Khadija)

Regular Courses

This class is for students looking to build a foundation in the French language. Classes are progressive. Absolute beginners work their way up from A1.1 progressing through to A1.6. After A1, students move on to A2, to B1, to B2, etc. Example syllabi for coursework can be found on the website. 

This 12-week class meets in-person on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and concludes April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/Spring Break).  

f. French Conversation (on-line, Thursdays, continues with Jennifer Fee)

Workshops

Looking for an informal class focused on building confidence with French Conversation? Learn new vocabulary while an instructor uses guided questions to get you talking. Flash reviews of grammar and tenses included as needed.

This 12-week class meets on Zoom on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and conclude April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break).

h. French Phonetics (on-line, Wednesdays, new class with Danica)

Workshops

Do you love the sound of the French language, but struggle to get your mouth to move like the French do? This course will focus on improving French pronunciation for native English speakers. We will tackle some of the more challenging phonemes and look for patterns between spelling and pronunciation so that you can more accurately guess how to pronounce even unknown words. We will work with everyday vocabulary in addition to idiomatic expressions and tongue twisters. All are welcome, but this course is recommended for students at an A2-B1 level. 

This 6-week course meets on Zoom. Classes are held Wednesdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Schedule as follows:

March 6; 13; 20; April 3; 10; 17

i. French Slang (on-line, Mondays, continues with Manon)

Workshops

Looking to sound more like a native French speaker? This brief class will introduce you to some basic French slang. Students will learn different expressions used in spoken French not found in textbooks or formal language classes. All are welcome but this course is recommended for students at an A2-B1 level.

This 3-week course meets on Zoom. Classes are held Mondays from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Schedule as follows:

March 11; 18; 25

j. French Cinema (on-line, Wednesdays, continues with Manon)

Workshops

This course provides a deeper understanding and analysis of French films in a relaxed environment.  Because the class is virtual, students are asked to watch the film (in French with English subtitles) before the lesson. Films are available for rent through Amazon or other streaming services.

The Spring 2024 program will focus on French fantasy films from the early 20s to the 21st century!

In this course, after watching French language films, we will examine their directors and actors, analyze the themes and language, and learn vocabulary and expressions related to a specific film and to cinema in general.  Each class includes an open discussion in French and English. 

January 17th Voyage sur la lune and Vingt mille lieues sous les mers, George Méliès 
January 31th 
La Belle et la Bête, 1946, Jean Cocteau  
February 14th Orphée, 1950 Jean Cocteau
March 13th 
La Planète sauvage, 1973  René Laloux
March 27th 
Delicatessen , Jeunet et Caro, 1991
April 10th 
Mood indigo, Michel Gondry, 2013
April 24th 
La science du sommeil, Michel Gondry, 2006

This 7-week class meets on Zoom. Classes are held Wednesdays from 6:45pm-8:15pm
A1.1

a. Absolute Beginner French A1.1 (in-person, Tuesdays)

Regular Courses

This class is for students looking to build a foundation in the French language. Classes are progressive. Absolute beginners work their way up from A1.1 progressing through to A1.6. After A1, students move on to A2, to B1, to B2, etc. Example syllabi for coursework can be found on the website. 

This 12-week class meets in-person on Tuesdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 16th and concluding April 9th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break)   

b. Absolute Beginner French A1.1 (on-line, Thursdays)

Regular Courses

This class is for students looking to build a foundation in the French language. Classes are progressive. Absolute beginners work their way up from A1.1 progressing through to A1.6. After A1, students move on to A2, to B1, to B2, etc. Example syllabi for coursework can be found on the website. 

This 12-week class meets on Zoom on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and concludes April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break). 

A1.2

c. Beginner French A1.2 (in-person, Thursdays, continues with Marie-Pierre)

Regular Courses

This class is for students looking to build a foundation in the French language. Classes are progressive. Absolute beginners work their way up from A1.1 progressing through to A1.6. After A1, students move on to A2, to B1, to B2, etc. Example syllabi for coursework can be found on the website. 

This 12-week class meets in-person on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and concludes April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break)  

A1.4

d. Beginner French A1.4 (in-person, Thursdays, continues with Zoubida)

Regular Courses

This class is for students looking to build a foundation in the French language. Classes are progressive. Absolute beginners work their way up from A1.1 progressing through to A1.6. After A1, students move on to A2, to B1, to B2, etc. Example syllabi for coursework can be found on the website. 

This 12-week class meets in-person on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and concludes April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break).  
A1.6

e. Beginner French A1.6 (in-person, Thursdays, continues with Khadija)

Regular Courses

This class is for students looking to build a foundation in the French language. Classes are progressive. Absolute beginners work their way up from A1.1 progressing through to A1.6. After A1, students move on to A2, to B1, to B2, etc. Example syllabi for coursework can be found on the website. 

This 12-week class meets in-person on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and concludes April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/Spring Break).  

A2

f. French Conversation (on-line, Thursdays, continues with Jennifer Fee)

Workshops

Looking for an informal class focused on building confidence with French Conversation? Learn new vocabulary while an instructor uses guided questions to get you talking. Flash reviews of grammar and tenses included as needed.

This 12-week class meets on Zoom on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and conclude April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break).

h. French Phonetics (on-line, Wednesdays, new class with Danica)

Workshops

Do you love the sound of the French language, but struggle to get your mouth to move like the French do? This course will focus on improving French pronunciation for native English speakers. We will tackle some of the more challenging phonemes and look for patterns between spelling and pronunciation so that you can more accurately guess how to pronounce even unknown words. We will work with everyday vocabulary in addition to idiomatic expressions and tongue twisters. All are welcome, but this course is recommended for students at an A2-B1 level. 

This 6-week course meets on Zoom. Classes are held Wednesdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Schedule as follows:

March 6; 13; 20; April 3; 10; 17

i. French Slang (on-line, Mondays, continues with Manon)

Workshops

Looking to sound more like a native French speaker? This brief class will introduce you to some basic French slang. Students will learn different expressions used in spoken French not found in textbooks or formal language classes. All are welcome but this course is recommended for students at an A2-B1 level.

This 3-week course meets on Zoom. Classes are held Mondays from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Schedule as follows:

March 11; 18; 25

j. French Cinema (on-line, Wednesdays, continues with Manon)

Workshops

This course provides a deeper understanding and analysis of French films in a relaxed environment.  Because the class is virtual, students are asked to watch the film (in French with English subtitles) before the lesson. Films are available for rent through Amazon or other streaming services.

The Spring 2024 program will focus on French fantasy films from the early 20s to the 21st century!

In this course, after watching French language films, we will examine their directors and actors, analyze the themes and language, and learn vocabulary and expressions related to a specific film and to cinema in general.  Each class includes an open discussion in French and English. 

January 17th Voyage sur la lune and Vingt mille lieues sous les mers, George Méliès 
January 31th 
La Belle et la Bête, 1946, Jean Cocteau  
February 14th Orphée, 1950 Jean Cocteau
March 13th 
La Planète sauvage, 1973  René Laloux
March 27th 
Delicatessen , Jeunet et Caro, 1991
April 10th 
Mood indigo, Michel Gondry, 2013
April 24th 
La science du sommeil, Michel Gondry, 2006

This 7-week class meets on Zoom. Classes are held Wednesdays from 6:45pm-8:15pm
B1

h. French Phonetics (on-line, Wednesdays, new class with Danica)

Workshops

Do you love the sound of the French language, but struggle to get your mouth to move like the French do? This course will focus on improving French pronunciation for native English speakers. We will tackle some of the more challenging phonemes and look for patterns between spelling and pronunciation so that you can more accurately guess how to pronounce even unknown words. We will work with everyday vocabulary in addition to idiomatic expressions and tongue twisters. All are welcome, but this course is recommended for students at an A2-B1 level. 

This 6-week course meets on Zoom. Classes are held Wednesdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Schedule as follows:

March 6; 13; 20; April 3; 10; 17

i. French Slang (on-line, Mondays, continues with Manon)

Workshops

Looking to sound more like a native French speaker? This brief class will introduce you to some basic French slang. Students will learn different expressions used in spoken French not found in textbooks or formal language classes. All are welcome but this course is recommended for students at an A2-B1 level.

This 3-week course meets on Zoom. Classes are held Mondays from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Schedule as follows:

March 11; 18; 25

j. French Cinema (on-line, Wednesdays, continues with Manon)

Workshops

This course provides a deeper understanding and analysis of French films in a relaxed environment.  Because the class is virtual, students are asked to watch the film (in French with English subtitles) before the lesson. Films are available for rent through Amazon or other streaming services.

The Spring 2024 program will focus on French fantasy films from the early 20s to the 21st century!

In this course, after watching French language films, we will examine their directors and actors, analyze the themes and language, and learn vocabulary and expressions related to a specific film and to cinema in general.  Each class includes an open discussion in French and English. 

January 17th Voyage sur la lune and Vingt mille lieues sous les mers, George Méliès 
January 31th 
La Belle et la Bête, 1946, Jean Cocteau  
February 14th Orphée, 1950 Jean Cocteau
March 13th 
La Planète sauvage, 1973  René Laloux
March 27th 
Delicatessen , Jeunet et Caro, 1991
April 10th 
Mood indigo, Michel Gondry, 2013
April 24th 
La science du sommeil, Michel Gondry, 2006

This 7-week class meets on Zoom. Classes are held Wednesdays from 6:45pm-8:15pm

K. French Ripped from the Headlines (on-line, Thursdays, new class with Raphael)

Regular Courses

We are excited to offer an engaging cultural language class that immerses students in the vibrant world of French news. This dynamic course offers a captivating journey through current events, providing a platform for students to explore and discuss real-life situations in French-speaking countries. You will utilize RFI’s “Le journal en Français Facile” podcast, a publicly supported nonprofit organization that’s existed for 23 years and offers a wide range of subjects in its news broadcasts.  See samples of the podcast on their website.  By delving into topical news stories, students enhance their language skills, expand vocabulary, and sharpen comprehension abilities. Through the analysis of the news segments, learners gain valuable insight into both language proficiency and cultural awareness, making this class an enriching and practical experience in mastering French at an intermediate level.

This 12-week class meets on Zoom on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and concluding April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break).  

B2

j. French Cinema (on-line, Wednesdays, continues with Manon)

Workshops

This course provides a deeper understanding and analysis of French films in a relaxed environment.  Because the class is virtual, students are asked to watch the film (in French with English subtitles) before the lesson. Films are available for rent through Amazon or other streaming services.

The Spring 2024 program will focus on French fantasy films from the early 20s to the 21st century!

In this course, after watching French language films, we will examine their directors and actors, analyze the themes and language, and learn vocabulary and expressions related to a specific film and to cinema in general.  Each class includes an open discussion in French and English. 

January 17th Voyage sur la lune and Vingt mille lieues sous les mers, George Méliès 
January 31th 
La Belle et la Bête, 1946, Jean Cocteau  
February 14th Orphée, 1950 Jean Cocteau
March 13th 
La Planète sauvage, 1973  René Laloux
March 27th 
Delicatessen , Jeunet et Caro, 1991
April 10th 
Mood indigo, Michel Gondry, 2013
April 24th 
La science du sommeil, Michel Gondry, 2006

This 7-week class meets on Zoom. Classes are held Wednesdays from 6:45pm-8:15pm

K. French Ripped from the Headlines (on-line, Thursdays, new class with Raphael)

Regular Courses

We are excited to offer an engaging cultural language class that immerses students in the vibrant world of French news. This dynamic course offers a captivating journey through current events, providing a platform for students to explore and discuss real-life situations in French-speaking countries. You will utilize RFI’s “Le journal en Français Facile” podcast, a publicly supported nonprofit organization that’s existed for 23 years and offers a wide range of subjects in its news broadcasts.  See samples of the podcast on their website.  By delving into topical news stories, students enhance their language skills, expand vocabulary, and sharpen comprehension abilities. Through the analysis of the news segments, learners gain valuable insight into both language proficiency and cultural awareness, making this class an enriching and practical experience in mastering French at an intermediate level.

This 12-week class meets on Zoom on Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Classes meet weekly beginning January 18th and concluding April 11th (13 consecutive weeks, skipping one week/ Spring Break).  

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