Thursday evenings from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Adult French classes will resume online through Zoom for a 13-week session. Now is your chance to learn French with the Alliance Française!
Deadline to enroll and submit payment is December 31, 2021.
How to Enroll:
Step 1: Submit your payment for classes from the drop-down menu below to secure your spot
ENROLLMENT FOR THE SPRING 2022 SESSION IS NOW CLOSED.
Step 2: Contact Katherine Marquette, our coordinator, to complete your placement exam (new students only). This will help us determine the correct class level for your enrollment. Katherine can be reached through email at email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How long does the session run?
A: This session takes place during a 13-week period where students meet once a week for 1.5 hours of instruction. The first class is set to begin on January 20, 2022 and the last class will take place on April 14, 2022.
Q: What are the start and end times for class?
A: Classes will meet on Thursday evenings from 6:00PM – 7:30PM Central time.
Q: Do I get a discount if I’m a member of the Alliance?
A: Yes! Member pricing for French classes is part of your membership benefits.
Q: Are classes recorded?
A: Class sessions will not be recorded. Attendance is required from each student the day-of.
Q: How can I access the class on Zoom?
A: Students will receive an email from their teacher prior to the start of the first class with login details and instructions. This will include the Zoom link for your specific group.
Q: Which levels do you offer?
A: This session we will offer classes for beginner and intermediate level students in A1, A2, B1, B2. If you’re unsure of your level, contact our coordinator for a placement exam.
Q: This is my first time studying French – do I need to take the placement exam?
A: Students that have never taken a French class prior to enrolling will be automatically placed in the A1 beginner’s level. The placement exam is meant for students that have taken French classes before, and are therefore familiar with the language to some extent.
Q: Do you get a certificate at the end of the session?
A: Since students do not take tests or exams in our classes, we do not issue a certificate.
Q: I’m not sure which level is right for me. Which class do I sign up for?
A: It’s ok, we can help! Contact Katherine Marquette, our coordinator, for a language assessment to place you in the appropriate level. You can get in touch with Katherine at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: How many students are in each class?
A: Class size will be roughly 10 to 12 students. This is to ensure students have the right online environment to participate and to practice speaking.
Q: I’m a returning student and really liked my teacher from a previous session. Can I continue taking class with the same teacher?
A: Returning students may have the choice to continue with the same instructor, depending on the levels offered and the availability of our teachers for the current session. We will try our best to accommodate your preferences.
Q: Is the location the same as in previous sessions?
A: We are not offering in-person classes at this time, as we wish to maintain social distancing to protect students and teachers. All classes will take place online through Zoom.