I would follow a conversational approach - chose a meaningful theme and include several “pauses” to go over the conversation and provide insights and grammatical corrections. At the end of the class, we will go over all the main highlights from this conversation and suggest some exercises for the following class. This will depend on the level and objectives of the student which are always established at the beginning of the course. It’s a customise approach - students might want to focus on grammar, vocabulary, speak, writing skills ect
I am french and of course, a French enthusiast! I’ve been travelling all over the world and always brought my French culture behind. I’ve started conversational classes 18 years ago and always thought it was a great way to learn! I was born in Marseille and despite being living in different countries, I’ve always studied in French colleges. I also went to universities in Belgium and Switzerland.
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