The Hong Kong Institute of Languages and their qualified and caring teachers have been teaching languages to Hong Kong’s families, corporations, and schools for 35 years. They’ve now developed a French Language Foundation course with a new learning method designed specifically for kids aged 4 to 6 and 7 to 12!
The course is designed to improve kids’ French listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. The experience is both educational and enriching as the language is taught in the context of French culture – festivals, cuisine, iconic places, key artists, and more, enhancing the learning process by providing them with an integrated understanding of all of its fundamental aspects. Though every lesson is structured around a defined learning outcome, The Hong Kong Institute of Languages brings French to life through structured creative activities and a learning process that is fun and engaging.
The Institute has also launched a 10-hour holiday intensive course. This is because the holidays are the best time for kids to explore a new language or catch up on school work. The course focuses on giving youngsters positive reinforcement to boost their confidence. You can choose lesson times that suit your child, and the content can be in the form of daily conversation, mother-tongue support, or tailored to your child’s particular learning needs. Language courses includes English, French, German, Spanish, Mandarin and Japanese and the Institute can provide flexibility in schedule and content.
Incredible, native, long-established experts teaching a course that doesn't compromise on neither structure nor flexibility and fun, with a discount at that!
Children who wish to learn a foreign language. Courses are available for kids ages 4-6 or 7-12!
When they complete the French Foundation course, kids have the chance to progress to Beginner 2 Level, which provides tailor-made assistance with applications to excellent primary schools that teach French!
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