French as a second language (FSL)

French as a second language (FSL) at the Ontario School Board in Canada is a required language to study from Gr. 4 to 8. Further, students need to earn at least one credit in FSL in secondary school (i.e., Gr. 9 to 12) to obtain the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). This program provides solid theoretical and practical training in French as a second language which allows the student to acquire the interaction skills necessary for their professional development. Our approach is based on communicative and experiential teaching and learning methods which rely on and can directly be applied to the realities of everyday life. This program is designed to meet the needs of beginners as well as the advanced students. Courses are delivered according to specific learning outcomes for each training level, ensuring a continuous learning process while focusing on participants’ communication needs, learning styles, past knowledge, interests, and abilities. Throughout the program, students will learn the grammatical structures as well as the vocabulary required for their professional and personal activities. They will also be introduced to French culture and francophone communities. After successful completion of the program, students will be able to communicate effectively in both oral and written French. The program is divided into two Levels, (i) Foundation Level and (ii) Advanced level. In foundation level, there are five courses to learn the basic French language. In advanced level, there are 10 courses to fulfil the requirement of the certificate under Ministry of Education, Ontario, Canada. The advanced level FSL program follow and covers the Ontario school board curriculum. For more information, please Click Here . To enroll in this program, please Click Here