10 Learning to Survive in French 2

102FRE
Course Description

Teacher in Charge:

Semester 1

Learners will be able to acquire enough French language to communicate on a range of less familiar topics and to cope in basic transactional situations in a French-speaking Country. 

Learners will acquire enough language to explore French-speaking countries themselves. They will do this by being exposed to a range of language on a range of less familiar topics. They will continue to develop their ability to communicate through the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Most of the language used will be of a transactional nature. e.g. providing basic information on a range of topics to others. They will also be able to ‘survive’ in the countries where the language is spoken. 

  • What do we need to know to survive in a foreign speaking country? 
  • How can we prepare ourselves?

 Semester 2

Learners will be able to acquire enough French language to communicate on a range of less familiar topics and to cope in basic transactional situations in a French-speaking Country. This course is a follow on from the Year 10 Semester 1 course. To advance to Year 11 you will need to have completed both semesters of French. 

Learners will acquire enough language to explore French-speaking countries themselves. They will do this by being exposed to a range of language on a range of less familiar topics. They will continue to develop their ability to communicate through the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Most of the language used will be of a transactional nature, such as providing basic information on a range of topics to others. They will also be able to ‘survive’ in the countries where the language is spoken. 

  • What do we need to know to survive in a foreign speaking country? 
  • How can we prepare ourselves?

                                           



Learning Areas:

Languages