This after-school French club is designed for 11-14-year-olds who are complete or false beginners. The emphasis in A1.1 is on very basic
conversational skills. At the end of the semester, students will be able to introduce themselves and others; they will be able to talk about
their family, and express personal likes and dislikes. Culturally, they will learn about French greetings, French holidays, Alexandre
Dumas's The Three Musketeers, and the names and geographic locations of various Francophone countries.
This class is available for Morey School students only.
Required textbooks:Amis et Compagnie 1 (Textbook and Workbook - Livre de l’élève et Cahier d’activités. Ed. Clé)
to purchase online.
I'd like to start this off by thanking you for teaching me so much French. You were a great teacher and you helped me learn so many new
things. I'd also like to apologize for missing a lot of lessons, although I'm sure that I would've rather gone to them. Again, you are the
best teacher I've ever had, and it's sad to say goodbye to you.
Alliance Française de Denver created a wonderful virtual environment where I spent my Summer vacation; visiting the winemaking area of Bouzy; celebrating Bastille Day; learning how to cook with flowers; touring historic châteaux and beautiful villages; all in the safety and comfort of my home.
A real treat for any Francophone person; especially having a daily place for French chat to try out and maintain colloquial skills.
Anne is fantastic! The material is fast paced for this "old dog" to learn new tricks, but we could not go slower. It has been very
helpful to prepare me for my trip to France.
A great place to learn and practice French while getting acquainted with French culture and interesting people. I definitely recommend
AFD and their events. Je parle français! Et vous?