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Methodology of Teaching French as a Foreign Language

Teacher Training in France

Start date

Every Monday

Min course length

1 week

Minimum age


Max course length

no maximum

Hours / week


Max class size



9:30am - 4pm Monday - Friday

Course Description

ERASMUS+ Methodology of teaching French as a Foreign Language (FLE)

The input sessions in FLE include practical exercises based on Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) methodology to combine theory and practise in FLE. Participants are asked to reflect on their own practise, investigate alternate approaches, and participate in a range of classroom activities throughout the course.

For foreign instructors of French (or other modern foreign languages) who want to improve their teaching skills, the Methodology Course entails small-group study. Small groups of experts participate in input sessions, which are intended to provide insight into current language teaching methodologies and strategies. Thematic modules/sessions include theoretical components, hands-on French language teaching strategies, and the development of pedagogical activities that attendees may apply when they return to work.


Pre-course Preparative Modalities:

  • Pre-course, arrival, and cultural information
  • Online language level testing
  • Needs analysis and educational background profile

Practical Arrangements

Intra-Course Modalities offered by the Course Provider:

  • Pedagogic learning materials for course tutors
  • Learning goals are established.
  • Ongoing examination and evaluation, including progress feedback
  • Advice and guidance on homework assignments
  • Pastoral care and accommodation services: Emergency contact available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Every day, there is an optional supplementary language workshop.
  • Tour of the city and a welcoming activity
  • Students have access to the school library and media centre.

Follow-Up Provided:

Post-Course Modalities:

  • A Certificate of Attendance and Achievement
  • Europass Mobility
  • End of course test and programme evaluation
  • Post-course forum
  • Pedagogic teaching materials

Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes