The Franco-American Centre is holding two classes this summer: one children’s immersion class and one intermediate/advanced class on French Music.
In addition to the classes listed, there are also private and semi-private classes available.
Children’s Summer French Immersion Program, Summer 2014
This year’s summer French program for children will allow students to experience French in a familiar, hands-on, and fun immersion based environment whereby all instruction is given in French followed by an English translation. Curriculum consists of French instruction, cooking, crafts, games, French music and age appropriate films. Each class will consist of one hour of French instruction followed by 30 minutes of outdoor activities (weather permitting). An enriching experience is guaranteed!
Teacher: Doris StPierre Basquil (30 year public school teacher and has taught at the FAC for 3 years)
Class Time: Wednesdays, 10-11:30am
Location: 535 Titus Ave, Manchester, NH 03103 (teacher’s home in south Manchester, air-conditioned home with fenced in backyard for outdoor activities)
Dates: July 9-August 13
Requirements: No previous knowledge of French is required. Students are asked to bring a personal snack and beverage for each class. Each class is so constructed that it can stand on its own so that if a student needs to miss a class, he/she can fully participate in the next class.
Registration: Register now by calling Lise Sutton at the Franco-American Centre at (603) 641-7114. Best time to reach Lise is T,W, Th, 11am-1pm. Payment can be made over the phone with a credit card or you can make arrangements with Lise to send a check by mail. Enrollment is limited so register ASAP. Registrations should be paid before the first day of class on July 9.
Music and Advanced Conversation
Teacher: Meghan Licata
Class Time: Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm
Location: Alumni Hall, LL4 (Saint Anselm College)
Dates: July 16 – August 20, 2014
This summer, students will refine their French conversational and listening skills through the exploration and study of French Music. Each week, students will listen to and discuss a different French song, practicing all linguistic faculties while also learning more about French culture and improving analytical skills. Prerequisite: Intermediate or Advanced French, or equivalent. Please contact Meghan Licata for more details: [email protected]