Mosman Community College


3. LANGUAGES » French

FRENCH A2 Intermediate Film Study

Course ID 31556
Price $155.00 (GST included)
Status Module is finished.
Location St Lukes, 4 Heydon Street Mosman
Tutor Dominique Partridge
Sessions 4 sessions of 2 hours
Start date Wednesday, 01 August 2018
Finish date Wednesday, 22 August 2018
Time 10.00am - 12.00pm

Students will watch the full film "The Wild Child" or "L' enfant sauvage" from F. Truffaut over the four weeks in class.

New French words and expressions will be studied, we will also work on listening, speaking, reading and comprehension skills.

Based on a real-life case study, recorded in Jean-Marc Gaspard Itard's 1806 volume 'Memoire et Rapport sur Victor de L' Aveyron'. In a French forest in 1798, a child is found who cannot walk, speak, read or write. A doctor becomes interested in the child and patiently attempts to civilize him.

This course is for students who have at least 2 years of French study and are familiar with different tenses.

About the presenter

Dominique has been tutoring at Mosman Day and Evening College for nearly 20 years. She grew up in the countryside of France and has worked in Paris and London before moving to Australia.

Dominique's experience in teaching and her in-depth knowledge of both, the French and English language, ensures her classes are of high standard. She uses up-to-date teaching methods and her classes are fun and stimulating!

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