French Beginners, Level 2

 CCOM 2082

Continue to improve your French conversational skills. If you have a basic French vocabulary, can form simple sentences and understand some spoken language as long as it is slow and simple, then this course is for you. By the end of this class, you will feel more comfortable speaking french, be able to use complete sentences, as well as formulate and respond to questions. To get the full benefit of this class, it is recommended that you complete Beginners Level I or have an equivalent knowledge of the language.

This course will cover ordering food, travel, entertainment, and essential services: bank, doctor, asking for help, etc.

How do you know where to start? We outlined all our classes and compared them to the official language levels. Click this link to discover exactly what each class covers and decide where you fit in.

Materials: The textbook "Learn French the Fast and Fun Way" by E. Leete, Fourth Edition - Barrons Educational Series. This book is available on www.amazon.ca   Text is also available online through UNB bookstores http://www.bkstr.com/newbrunswickstore/home

In Saint John
Instructor:
Mae Maillet (teaches SJE01) & Kendra McMillian (teaches SJE02)
Dates:
 (FALL) Tuesdays, November 7 - December 12, 2017 (6 weeks) (SJE01) OR
               (FALL) Wednesdays, November 8 - December 13, 2017 (6 weeks) (SJE02)
               (WINTER) Tuesdays, March 13 - April 17, 2018 (6 weeks) (SJE01) OR
               (WINTER)
Thursdays, March 15 - April 19, 2018 (6 weeks) (SJE02)
Time:
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Location:
Saint John Social Enterprise Hub, 139 Prince Edward St, Room # TBA
Course fee: $160 (no HST)

About the Instructors:

Mae Maillet was born and raised in a small French community near Shediac, NB.  She moved to Saint John in 2008, where she studied Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing.  Currently, she is working as a ward clerk at the Saint John Regional Hospital.  Mae has a passion for helping others, and volunteers her time whenever she can in order to do so.  She understands that everyone learns at their own pace, as well as in different ways, and is willing and able to adjust her teaching methods in order to ensure all of her students understand the materials.

Kendra MacMillan was born and raised in Saint John. After earning an Arts/Education degree 2010, Kendra moved to Sainte Marie, QC for the opportunity to gain teaching experience and to learn French. Kendra has a passion for learning and teaching French as she realizes its importance for creating opportunities in a bilingual province. She currently works as a Needs Assessment Specialist with Social Development.

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Please contact pce-saintjohn@unb.ca or phone(506) 648-5962

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