COURS pour avancés 

Convivialité et bonne humeur au rendez-vous ! 

Ce cours aborde de nombreux sujets divertissants, dans une ambiance conviviale. 

Le but : permettre aux participants de développer leurs compétences communicatives et grammaticales. 

Prérequis : Intermediate Conversational French ou permission de l'enseignante 

                et surtout une forte volonté de parler français pendant 2 heures 😉 !

PROGRAMME AUTOMNE 2018 (le mardi soir / 18h-20h)

18h-19h : conversation autour des sujets divers

19h-20h : lecture de courts dialogues correspondant à des situations usuelles de la vie quotidienne

               révision d'un point de grammaire

               révision d'un point de vocabulaire

Advanced French Conversation COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Advanced French Conversation focuses on the development of oral expression in French. Students expand their awareness of

francophone cultures and improve their fluency, fluidity, syntax, and intonation, through the discussion of diverse topics of

interest to the participants in the class. Topics therefore vary from session to session; they include but are not limited to:

French culture, literature, current events, idioms, grammar, cinema, cuisine, argumentation. 

Advanced French Conversation is taught in French. Individuals registering for the class are familiar with most verb tenses,

moods, and basic French grammar points. They do not have a perfect mastery of French! They do not all necessarily speak 

and comprehend at the same level, but they are all willing to try to express themselves in French, warts and all! 

Meaning: the only way to learn to speak French is by speaking French. You can study grammar and vocabulary

ad nauseam; at some point you have to jump into the real goal of language: the sharing of ideas. It's okay to make

mistakes! In fact, making mistakes is a necessary part of making progress.

Reading in French helps you speak French better

Reading in a foreign language leads to a higher comfort level with the language. Reading lets us see the structure of the 

language, how it fits together, sometimes in a different way than in the spoken language. Reading exposes us to the natural 

use of vocabulary, syntax, and grammar, and also offers us insights into French and francophone cultures. Reading aloud is a 

particularly effective language tool: we can practice pronunciation, isolate breath groups, and improve intonation. When 

reading aloud, we may be more aware of what we do and don't understand than when we read silently. Audio books are 

effective tools, especially when paired with a written text. Choose a passage and follow this program: firstly listen to the 

audio without reading the text; secondly read the passage without listening to the audio; thirdly follow the written text as 

you listen to the audio; and lastly, listen to the audio again without reading the text. It would be exhausting to read an entire

novel that way, but focusing on a specific passage here and there is a highly productive exercise. 

   Le Pic Saint-Loup (département de l'Hérault, en Occitanie)

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