Provided by the British Council Classes English in Paris for children and young people aged 3 to 17 years. What is your teaching approach?
Our whole teaching approach goes towards one key goal: to give children confidence in their learning of English. Formally, the methods used vary for each age. For young people attending kindergarten, the learning process takes place in an unconscious and playful manner. Teaching takes place in various forms such as games, songs, stories, nursery rhymes …
And do you go on to age?
Teaching becomes more and more “educational” according to age. However, there is a standard. Our approach is, in essence, communicative and interactive so that the child can express himself easily and enjoy learning English. Learning is training. This is why teamwork is valued. So they speak the language not only with the teacher, but within themselves. I would add that our teachers are experienced and qualified professionals and they benefit from continuous professional development programs.
Of course, how are the courses organized?
They are organized by level class. For this purpose, it is necessary to have a mastery Test Condition. It’s free. Lessons take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays, but each evening of the week, two or three hours per week (i.e. a total of 60 or 90 hours per year from September to June).
Where do they take place?
In Paris alone, on different platforms scattered between the 7th, 8th, 12th, 14th and 16th arrondissements.
Are parents involved in this learning?
This is really the case. We encourage their children to engage by asking specific questions after each lesson. In addition, we organize a number of activities for parents, including free workshops. We have also published a parenting guide to advise them in this area.
Are registrations for 2022-2023 already open?
Yes. Even the opportunity for thatto record For level testing. As for the start of the school year, it will take place from September 12th.
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