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French to English / English to French classroom conversational exchange

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by LM2205smith, Jan 22, 2016.

  1. LM2205smith

    LM2205smith New commenter

    Good morning

    I wanted to post below on behalf of a teacher I know who is in France and teaches in a Primary school. Whilst I understand it is the norm for English students to start French at an older age and I do not teach in mainstream education here in the UK, I did not know whether any Primary schools do now start to teach French earlier.

    If you do teach French to Primary school children and would be interested in a conversational exchange of the language via SKYPE or something similar, please contact me and I will put you in touch with Irina in France.

    I look forward to hearing from any interested parties.

    "Hello. I would like to introduce myself. I am Irina and I am currently working in a French primary school and I am interested in finding other schools would be interested in taking part in the exchange of language French to English / English to French. My pupils (6-11 years old) are studying British English and I would be pleased to hear from schools in the United Kingdom. If you are interested, perhaps you could email me so we can arrange a SKYPE call to discuss this further."
     
  2. gangies

    gangies New commenter

    I live in Poland now and I'm learning French in international school gdańsk http://www.berlitz.pl/en/gdansk because I like their method of teaching. But I have never tried to learn by skype. This is very interesting for me and maybe I should try. Does anybody have any experience with that kind of learning? How expensive could it be?
     

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