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speaking skills in French. Learn about French culture, understand more complex conversations, and feel more comfortable with the language. In French 2 you’ll learn more about French cooking, holidays, art and theatre, and learn how to get around France by car, train and plane!

French III P (G5663) Bienvenue! Strengthen your French skills with this in-depth review and practice of past concepts, and dive into more advanced grammar and vocabulary. You will improve your French by engaging in various speaking reading, writing and listening activities. Some topics we explore in French III include summer and winter vacation activities, childhood,

healthy life styles, international community service, major life events, and goals for the future.

French IV P



(G5664) Ici, on parle



français! French IV is creative and fun, yet very rigorous. and grammar skills learned at previous levels of French.

Pupils are listening.

evaluated on their abilities to clearly communicate by reading, writing, speaking, and Learn more about the history and literature of French-speaking places around the

world. This course is designed to prepare students to be confident, proficient and critical thinkers who are ready to continue their studies in French V.


French V P (G5665) Le français, toujours plus! In French V, we continue with French at an advanced level. Students discuss social issues and watch newscasts in French, and we also study French through movies and news articles. We continue to study French literature and history, learning about the important people and events that have shaped the French-speaking world. Students continue to develop their reading, writing, listening and speaking skills, and work on more advanced grammar. French V is a rewarding course that continues to push students intellectually—all in an interactive, dynamic classroom setting.

AP French Language (G5666) This class is designed to prepare students to take the Advanced Placement French Language Exam, though students who take it are not required to take the AP test. You will practice complex French reading, writing, listening and speaking skills to prepare you for the French AP test so you may earn college credit in French. We cover a wide variety of topics in AP French Language— from school and work to art, philosophy, the environment, Francophone literature, current events, travel, ethics, and global issues.

Note: ALL courses over and above graduation requirements in the Math, Science, and World Languages Departments may be taken as electives.

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