Académie Montpellier offers a French Enrichment and Remedial program designed to help your child succeed in all French literacy competencies including reading, writing and oral (speaking and listening). Focusing on age and grade appropriate tools, activities and resources, we aim to help our students become confident learners by filling in their learning gaps, providing meaningful feedback and thrusting them towards personal academic success.
The Enrichment program at Académie Montpellier is designed to equip your child with the competencies necessary to become a proficient and eloquent French language speaker by focusing on critical acquisition skills: Oral skills that will focus on developing proper pronunciation and fluency in French speaking and listening; Important writing skills such as conjugation, syntax and grammar; And reading skills that will narrow in on comprehension using various types of literature and media.
Our objectives for the Remedial program are to build vocabulary, to facilitate oral communication, set attainable goals and to familiarize students with reading and writing strategies that they can easily apply to their work.
Who? The program is for students from grades 3 to grade 8 either enrolling or already enrolled in a French program.
Where? Hague Room, 2nd floor
When? Thursday Sept. 19 to Thursday, Dec. 19, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm (No classes Oct 31 or Nov 14)
Cost? The cost is calculated either monthly or for the full 12 week term. Please consult via email.
- Spaces for the program will go on a first come first serve basis.
- Drop-ins for the program or academic support will be available only if there is room that particular week and as such, an email in advance is required to confirm your spot for that week.
To register your child, please email us at email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Teacher Anita is a native French speaker passionate about language, its acquisition and intricacies. She has 10+ years of teaching experience in both the public and private boards. Speaking 3 languages herself, she began working with elementary and high school children 14 years ago, teaching French. She also spent 2 years working as a 1st and 2nd year University tutor for French literature majors, helping proofreading and editing French essays in her University French lab. Anita has a French literature Honors degree and holds a bachelor in Education with a specialization in teaching French as a second language.