There is something new to learn French at the Alliance Française this semester ! In addition to 2020 have been retained and all new students can enroll with 25% discount, the French Alliance is offering a new learning model, that will keep classes live and in virtual rooms, but it will cost 40% less for beginners course students.
Registration is now open and classes will start right after the carnival.
With a modern and complete structure, to Alliance Française of Rio de Janeiro offers French courses for all ages and levels, even during holiday seasons, with specialized teachers and full pedagogical support. In this first semester of 2021, AF Rio has open enrollment and must-see discounts for regular and vacation courses this 1st semester.
In Regular Courses, the prices of 2020 they are with discounts from 25% until day 31 January. Interested parties can split the registration fee up to 6X, as long as it's done in January. Classes will start right after carnival and take place in real time, live on zoom platform for classes with reduced number of students.
The new course, who was baptized as My Aliança Francesa Virtual, will be taught with 25 hours in virtual rooms, live and with the presence of a teacher and more 15 hours in autonomy, with virtual platform exercises (virtual space - Método Défi). This semester the offer is restricted to the Débutant level 1 (for those who have no knowledge of French) and will expand every semester. The course will cost R $ 329 per month for those who start paying in January, classes will start in February and those who start studying in this semester will complete the basic level by December 2022.
The offer for the new course came from market research carried out at the end of last year and it was already a plan by the French Alliance to create a course more adapted to university students, already accustomed to studying in autonomy and who were looking for course offerings in this price range.
Because of the epidemiological emergency that Brazil and much of the world live in this moment, classes of French Rio de Janeiro Alliance follow with the same organization of students and teachers, but in virtual classrooms, until the sanitary conditions of the city allow the return to the classroom, with the due security of all.
The change of classes from the physical environment to the digital environment had excellent acceptance by the students. 85% of French Alliance students affirm level of learning equal or higher in virtual classrooms, when compared to the face-to-face rooms. This recognition was proven in a satisfaction survey.
The pedagogical content was maintained, because as AF-Rio already used digital boards in their classrooms, changing TBIs (abbreviation for digital pictures, in French) for computer screens went quiet way, because the content was already all digitized. This was the way that the French culture association understood to be the most correct so that the weekly interaction and the relationship between the members of the class was maintained.
The French Alliance proposes French courses for all levels, from beginner (A1) to fluency (C1), according to the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR - Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
Divided in 3 modules, The level Beginner is ideal for students who wish to speak French for travel and mobility. At the end of this level, the student will be able to take the DELF A2 proficiency exam. In this scenario, Kids, teenagers and adults can take advantage of the time of social isolation to learn French and when the pandemic is over be able to travel to francophone countries.
French is the official language in 30 countries, in all United Nations agencies and in a large number of international organizations. The French Alliance has a very important role in the expansion of French throughout the world. Geographically, Francophones are concentrated on the Atlantic coast. French Guiana, French Antilles and French speaking Canadian provinces like Quebec form the so-called French-speaking America; African countries colonized by the French, mostly located in the Atlantic, make up Francophone Africa; and France and its smaller neighbors, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Monaco, located in Europe.
This confinement experience also confirmed the importance of the French Alliance for its students and for the maintenance of their dreams of traveling, study, live outside the country or any other form of exchange with French-speaking countries.
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