EC0611SH0203EPS_F - FRENCH AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Objectifs

The F.L.E. is a way of learning French for non-French speakers.
It should be noted that more than 100 million people speak French in the world. The Common European Framework of Reference (C.E.F.R.) for languages provides a structured, detailed language learning program on which we base ourselves. It defines the different skill levels that measure student¿s progress. There are three common reference levels:
a basic user (A1/A2), independent user (B1/B2) and experienced
(proficient) user (C1/C2).
The F.L.E. is a way of learning French for non-French speakers.
It should be noted that more than 100 million people speak French in the world. The Common European Framework of Reference (C.E.F.R.) for languages provides a structured, detailed language learning program on which we base ourselves. It defines the different skill levels that measure student¿s progress. There are three common reference levels:
a basic user (A1/A2), independent user (B1/B2) and experienced
(proficient) user (C1/C2).

Présentation

During their training at ENIT, EPS students need to develop two aspects : their know-how and
knowledge.
Know-how : the main socio-cultural objective is to provide basic knowledge of French culture and to familiarize students with French codes and behavior among other gestures.
Knowledge : according to the level of the students, the objective is to make EPS students progress in order to make them comfortable in everyday life.
Each 2-hour session is divided as follows : listening comprehension, theory and individual exercises of written application and oral expression group - role plays.
During their training at ENIT, EPS students need to develop two aspects : their know-how and
knowledge.
Know-how : the main socio-cultural objective is to provide basic knowledge of French culture and to familiarize students with French codes and behavior among other gestures.
Knowledge : according to the level of the students, the objective is to make EPS students progress in order to make them comfortable in everyday life.
Each 2-hour session is divided as follows : listening comprehension, theory and individual exercises of written application and oral expression group - role plays.

Conditions d'admission


Examens

(1*CC1)/1

CC1 : Contrôle Continu 1

Syllabus


En bref

Langue d'enseignementFrançais

Contact(s)

Composante

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47, avenue d'Azereix - BP 1629 - 65016 Tarbes CEDEX

+33 (0)5 62 44 27 00

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