BLI general French courses are designed for students who want to improve their accuracy and fluency when communicating in French. Whether you want to learn French for work, travel, school, or just for pleasure, BLI will help you achieve your goals.
BLI offers a wide variety of language programs to suit the needs of every learner.With a wide range of schedules and programs, we can take you from basic communication to advanced academic proficiency through engaging and dynamic lessons delivered by experienced teachers who understand your motivations and ambitions.
30 lessons per week
For students who want to take their language learning to the next level, this option builds on the daily skills and language focus with an opportunity to develop in specific areas. Through a combination of Task-Based Learning and traditional skills lessons, you will be a part of a class with a specific goal in mind where all areas of language use are activated naturally and effectively.
- Mon – Thu: 9:00 – 3:15
- Friday: 9:00 – 12:20
In this class, you will explore grammar concepts appropriate for your level; always in context and through interesting themes. The approach is communicative and student-centered, there are lots of opportunities to discover and practice the target language.
In this class you will have the opportunity to practice the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Grammar and vocabulary are integrated into every lesson and the method of evaluation is Continuous Assessment.
Here you will have the opportunity to put everything you have been learning in the first two blocks into practice! This class is focused on communication and fluency, and the activities are designed to be fun and dynamic.
This class focuses on one specific skill (listening, speaking, reading or writing) through project work and Task-Based Learning. You can practice your writing skills by producing a school newspaper, or develop your listening abilities by exploring the world or radio and podcasts.
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Last updated April 27, 2018