Courses for children 6 – 12 years
Between game, pleasure and learning, playful activities are offered to arouse the curiosity, imagination and expression of children. The activities are specifically designed and adapted to the children’s age. The proposed sequences aim to develop the auditory discrimination, phonological skills, the oral and written expression. Manual, singing activities and board games together with stories are offered.
Courses for teenagers 13 – 18 years
Once a week, the Institut français du Luxembourg offers courses in French as Foreign Language (FLE) and French as Mother Tongue (FLAM) for teenagers 13-18 years old.
Whether beginners or advanced level, teenagers learn the language in an enjoyable yet serious way: comprehension, speaking, reading and writing in French are the aims of the courses for teenagers which range from the A1 to the B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Facilitated by teachers who are specialised in teaching teenagers, these courses are based on a proactive and fun method.
French B1 Saturday courses
3 stars means meets expectations, no extraordinary or overperformance!
To read my rating properly please consider my level of knowledge, attitude and participation during the class.
French knowledge – B1 beginning
Participation during the class – low
Homework – 60% done
Self-study – limited (only some reading, no more than 2 hours/week)
My main observation to share is let the students work more during the class (write, speak etc.)
indeed a lot depends on me and my motivation.
I fill I could learn more during this course.
I appreciate the time our teacher spend on us and her efforts to share as much knowledge as possible.
Learn French is fun
Classes were very good.
I learned French having fun because the teacher made it so easy.
Good work - It can improve
There are too many separate sheets provided in class, which it’d be helpful having a complete book to follow the material.