Summer Session | July 1st - September 14th, 2013
• Visit the Alliance and meet our teachers, staff, and students. • Learn about our language classes and diverse cultural programs. • Take a half-hour beginner French demo class at 7:00 p.m. • Take a placement evaluation to determine your French level. • Enjoy light refreshments of delectable French wine and cheese.
Midtown: Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 | Roswell: Wednesday June 26th, 2013
(Membership, books & one time registration fee not included)
For more details and registration: email@example.com or 404 875 1211
A1 Beginner Level Summary
The Beginner level (A1) is divided into five classes (101 to 105), which are taught for once or twice week for a total of 3 hours a week over a 10 week period, for a total of 30 hours, unless otherwise specified.
It takes about a year and approximately 135 hours of classes to cover the complete level and to finish the study of the A1 textbook.
At the end of the A1 level, you will be able to hold simple conversations, exchange some information about yourself and others, and talk about things that take place in the past and the future.
Please note that 101 classes are reserved for complete beginners: the pace of the course is slower than level 102.Level 102 is a good level to start with if you are a "false beginner" and have had some exposure to French in the past. However, please take a placement test in order to ensure that you are in the appropriate level.
BY REGISTERING FOR A CLASS, STUDENTS ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THEY AGREE TO THE SCHOOL POLICIES AS STATED ON THE AF WEBSITE: www.afatl.com/policies