French: Beginner Level 3

French is the official language of 29 countries. It has a long history as an international language of literature and scientific standards and is a primary or second language of many international organisations. French has been called one of the three most useful languages for business by Bloomberg Businessweek. Join their ranks in this series of engaging courses, emphasizing spoken production and interaction. Beginner Level 3 is for students who have at least 25 hours of classroom time in the language within the last year, have a basic command of the language, are familiar with everyday expressions, and can make very simple sentences. Following the guidelines of the Common European Framework of Reference, students at this level will learn to identify the highest frequency vocabulary related to areas of most immediate personal relevance, read very short, simple texts, communicate in routine tasks requiring a simple exchange of information on familiar topics, and describe their families, educational backgrounds, and jobs. Instructor: Neha Coureil

Sections

FRB3-FA20.01

Start Date

September 30, 2020

Time

5:30pm

Location

Online

Cost

$255.00

Availability

0

9 Wednesdays, 5:30-7pm. Begins Sep. 30 Class will meet on Veterans' Day, Nov. 11. No class Nov. 25

This class will meet online using Zoom. The zoom link and information on how to join will be emailed to you.
If you register the day before the class begins or after the first date, please contact zoom@ccae.org for the link. 

Please note, this class requires the additional purchase of a textbook: Communication progressive du français (ISBN: 978-209-038210-5).

Instructors: Melanie Huguet, Neha Coureil

Instructors

Melanie Huguet

Native Speaker

Neha Coureil

Neha Coureil was born and raised in India. She started learning French at 13 and went on to do a Masters in French from Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi. After teaching at the Alliance Française de Bombay for a few years she entered the corporate world of French multinational companies. Subsequently, an MBA from the HEC School of Business in Paris proved to be the steppingstone to an international career in Europe and Asia. She moved to the United States in 2007 with her husband and has since been involved with non profit organizations in New England. Joining CCAE as an instructor has allowed her to combine her love for the French language, movies and teaching!