Continuous French course

  • 20 French lessons per week (15 hours) 9-10.40 / 11-12.20 OR 16.15-17.45 / 18-19.30 (15 hours = 20 lessons)
  • from 1 to 50 weeks
  • All levels (A1 to C1)

Course Objectives

  • To help you develop your written and oral skills to allow you to communicate with French speakers in a wide range of real-life situations.
  • To allow you to develop or improve your language skills: grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, with an intercultural awareness.

Methodological Approach

  • A communicative, practical and dynamic method as defined in the CECRL.
  • Varied and interactive activities based on authentic texts to prepare you for real-life communication outside of the classroom.
  • Engaging study materials: written, audio or video.
  • A teaching style that integrates new technology.

Teaching Program

  • A diagnostic test to determine your language level.
  • An evaluation at the end of each week to track your progress.
  • Your teacher can give you advice on your learning or extra exercises.
  • The person responsible for your teaching will review your learning process and offer you individualised help.
  • Afternoon study: a free class to revise or deepen your understanding of specific areas of the language.
  • An evaluation at the end of the program to record your progress and determine your individual level.

Certificate and Guarantee

  • A certificate at the end of the course showing the level of the course you have taken.
  • A guarantee of attendance if you are a minor.
  • An extra certificate at the end of the course if you wish to do a final evaluation and receive a specific summary of your level in all 4 skills.

Class: maximum of 10 students

Alpha.book included

continuous french course
  • Monday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Tuesday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Wednesday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Thursday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Friday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

Your first day

8.40Arrival at school (2 rue d’Angleterre, 06000 Nice). The alpha.b team will show you to your testing room.
9-9.20Presentation of alpha.b by class teacher.
9.20-10.40Evaluation test. This test has been validated by IALC and Eaquals and allows a very precise evaluation of your French language skills and placement into a class of your level. You will be tested on your grammar and lexical knowledge, phonetics as well as the 4 language skills.
10.40-11Break
11-12.20Communicative and intercultural activity
12.20-13.15Lunch break
13.15-15.15Free guided visit of Nice
From 15.30From 15.30 onwards you can drop in at school to see which class you will be in the next morning. Information about classrooms, time tables, teachers and level of your class can also be found on our free alpha.b App.
a level course

Intensive French course

  • 30 French lessons per week (22.5hours), 9.00-10.40 / 11.00-12.20 OR 16.15-17.45 / 18-19.30 (15hours of class = 20 lessons)
    + 3 afternoons : 13.15-15.45 (7.30hours of class = 10 lessons
  • from 1 to 50 weeks
  • A2 to C1

Course Objectives

  • To help you develop your written and oral skills to allow you to communicate with French speakers in a wide range of real-life situations.
  • To allow you to develop or improve your language skills.
  • To discover diverse aspects of French and Francophone societies.
  • To work on intercultural activities.

Methodological Approach

  • A communicative, practical and dynamic method as defined in the CECRL.
  • Varied and interactive activities based on authentic texts to prepare you for real-life communication outside of the classroom.
  • Engaging study materials: written, audio or video.
  • A teaching style that integrates new technology.

Teaching Program

  • A diagnostic test to determine your language level.
  • An evaluation at the end of each week to track your progress.
  • Your teacher can give you advice on your learning or extra exercises.
  • The person responsible for your teaching will review your learning process and offer you individualised help.
  • Afternoon study: a free class to revise or deepen your understanding of specific areas of the language.
  • An evaluation at the end of the program to record your progress and determine your individual level.

Certificate and Guarantee

  • A certificate at the end of the course showing the level of the course you have taken.
  • A guarantee of attendance if you are a minor.
  • An extra certificate at the end of the course if you wish to do a final evaluation and receive a specific summary of your level in all 4 skills.

 

Class size : maximum of 10 students

Alpha.book included

  • Monday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • 2.30
    13.15-15.45
  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Tuesday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • 2.30
    13.15-15.45
  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Wednesday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • 2.30
    13.15-15.45
  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Thursday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • 2.30
    13.15-15.45
  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Friday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • 2.30
    13.15-15.45
  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

Your first day

Your 1st day

The first day of the Intensive course is the same as that of the Continuous course.

Combined French course

  • 20+5, 20+10, 20+15 ou 20+20 French lessons per week
    9.00-10.40 / 11.00-12.20 OR 16.15-17.45 / 18-19.30 (15hours of class = 20 lessons)
    + the number of individual lessons chosen (+5, +10, +15 or +20 / week)
  • from 1 to 50 weeks
  • All levels

This course combines the subjects of the “Continuous French Course” with those of an “Individual Course”. 20 lessons/week of group tuition and 5, 10, 15 or 20 lessons/week of individual tuition, tailored to suit your needs and wishes: General French, Commercial French, Law, Tourism, Hotel Trade, Translation and Interpreting (from English, Italian, Spanish or German into French ), Exam Preparation …  

It is important to us to meet your requirements from the very first lesson, so please indicate which topics you would like to focus on during your individual lessons:

  • Oral comprehension
  • Oral expression
  • Written comprehension
  • Written expression
  • Grammar
  • Vocabulary
  • Phonetics
  • Other

Classe size : maximum of 10 students in the group course + 1:1 during individual lessons

Alpha.book included

  • Monday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • Division
  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Tuesday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • of the number of
  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Wednesday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • individual lessons
  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Thursday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • chosen by
  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

  • Friday
  • 4 lessons

    9-12.20

    (3hours of teaching and a 20minute break)

  • the student
  • OR

    4 lessons

    16.15-19.30

    (3 hours of teaching and a 15minutes break)

Your first day

8.40Arrival at school (2 rue d’Angleterre, 06000 Nice). The alpha.b team will show you to your testing room.
9-9.20Presentation of alpha.b by class teacher.
9.20-10.40Evaluation test. This test has been validated by IALC and Eaquals and allows a very precise evaluation of your French language skills and placement into a class of your level. You will be tested on your grammar and lexical knowledge, phonetics as well as the 4 language skills.
10.40-11Break
11-12.20Communicative and intercultural activity
12.20-13.15Lunch break
13.15-15.15Free guided visit of Nice OR the possibility of having your first individual lessons
A level course Nice

Individual French course

2 to 5 lessons per day – in the afternoons

The program of the course depends on your professional, academic or personal requirements. Different programs “à la carte” on request.

FAQ

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School Reopening20 July 2020

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