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French as a Second Language


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​​​​​​​​French as a Second Language (FSL) Programs​

Learn a new language!

French is not only one of Canada’s two official languages, but is also widely used around the world. Knowledge of a second language is valuable for a number of reasons. Through learning a second language, learners can strengthen their first-language skills and enhance their critical and creative thinking abilities; they also tend to become more tolerant and respectful of other cultures.

In addition, the ability to communicate in another language provides learners with a distinct advantage in a number of careers, both in Canada and internationally.

FSL - FALL 2017 Program Schedule

FSL - CREDIT PROGRAM (FSF1P - Grade 9) (FSF2P - Grade 10)​


This course is to provide learners with fundamental communication skills in French and an understanding of the nature of the language and its culture.  It offers learners the chance to develop a usable command of the French language that can be expanded through further study or through contact with French-speaking people.

NOT OFFERED DURING THE WINTER SEMESTER
Monday & Wednesday
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Location:

St. Aloysius Gonzaga S.S., 2800 Erin Centre Blvd, Mississauga
Notre Dame Catholic S.S., 2 Notre Dame Avenue, Brampton


Material Fee: $30


FSL - NON-CREDIT PROGRAM

This program is designed to help learners improve their general French language skills in some or all of the four main skill areas (reading, writing, listening, and speaking). Learners enrolled in general FSL could have a wide range of learning goals, including improving their language for daily life, becoming job ready or pursuing further education. Courses are available at a range of Canadian Language Benchmarks standard. Evidence of earners’ progress is monitored and collected in PBLA (Portfolio Based Language Assessment). Part-time (day and evening) classes are being offered st St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Learning Centre, 3566 South Common Court, Mississauga. Register in-person in Room 203 (2nd floor).

FSL - FALL 2017 Program Schedule

​For more information, call 905-366-5703.

Attention:  These classes are for adults only.

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