Facilitate a French society course

Techniques to animate your French society courses that hold the attention of learners, promote engagement and interactions. Training focused on the teaching methods to be used to design a course to discover French society, with active teaching methods, to optimize both learning and group cohesion.

Training aims

Format and pedagogy

The format of the courses:
The duration of the training is 25 hours over 5 days 5 hours a day. A session is open from 6 participants, the content and format of our training courses are however customizable according to the specificities of each one. Our classes are usually made up of 8 to 12 students for better individualization of learning. The International College of Cannes also offers individual lessons for faster and more efficient learning. 
Our pedagogy:
  • Dynamic animations based on progressive methods and scenarios
  • Oral expression
  • Written exercises
  • English training course support 
  • Provision of a resource center for fun learning 

Our programs

In order to promote learning, we first carry out a linguistic assessment of our students, in order to better determine their levels, their needs and the concepts to be addressed as a priority. Our trainings are tailor-made, our teachers adapt their lessons and pedagogies according to the profile and needs of each one.

The topics covered during the training:

The seminar on French civilization revolves around the major questions that drive modern French society. In particular, it will address issues related to citizenship and nationality, living areas, the conquest of rights and freedoms in France, citizen participation in the city, the educational institution, the rights of French women and the defense of minorities, secularism, justice as well as the place of France in the European Union and in the world.

The understanding of the present is articulated on that of the past and therefore on a discovery of the key periods of the history of France, associated personalities. 

The seminar will allow participants to run courses on its subjects by promoting interaction, by modularizing the content in the form of interactive workshops promoting the involvement of learners.

Each teacher will have an educational toolbox that will allow him to promote the anchoring of knowledge, by relying on innovative teaching methods which are a vector of group cohesion.

In addition

Teachers or future teachers of French as a Foreign Language, or second language, French or foreign and of French civilization.

The language level required corresponds to a B1 level.

The candidates' level of French will be defined following a language test, this test also aims to know the strengths and weaknesses of the students in order to adapt our program or pedagogy, for better results. 

For more information on the different language levels: Click here.

  • From June 27 to 1 July 2022
  • July 4-8, 2022

Sessions are open from 6 participants. Registration closes 4 weeks before the start of the session.

This training can be financed by self-financing or via the financing program “Erasmus +

25h training:
450 € per person

* You are a university, a group or a company: Please contact us using the contact form at the bottom of the page.

The student will be assessed through a scenario, calling on the vocabulary and concepts mentioned in the course. A skills assessment sheet is given to each trainee allowing them to assess their skills. If the training is validated, a skills certificate will be given at the end of the course.

At the end of the training, each student receives:

  • A support covering the main theoretical concepts discussed.
  • The end-of-session evaluation sheet, attesting to the student's level.

Download the training sheet

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