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Bonjour tout le monde!

Les professeurs:

 

Ms. Matthews          Ms. Lyons Ms. Keenan    M. Cumiskey 

Octobre 2016

We are delighted to welcome our French assistant Élise from Paris who is doing a fantastic job motivating our students to improve their French! Katie and Amy are teaching Élise Gaeilge!

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 Junior Cert French French Oral Exam 

Leaving Cert French Oral Exam

Junior Cert Syllabus

Using the Internet

At Scoil Uí Mhuirí we encourage our language students to use the Internet to help with their language learning.  There are many websites which help with listening skills, reading skills, oral skills and writing skills in the target language.

Visit some of these examples:

https://www.studyclix.ie/Subjects/Junior-Certificate/Higher/French/Postcard

http://www.languageguide.org/french/vocabulary/

www.examinations.ie

 www.languagesonline.org.uk

www.bbc.co.uk/languages

radiolingua.com/shows/french

www.education.vic.gov.au/languagesonline/french/french.htm 

www.audio-lingua.eu

 

French Trip 2014

The Scoil Uí Mhuirí French students had a very exciting trip to Paris in January 2014. They visited their partner school in Paris and attended classes at both the collège and the lycée, and then spend two days sight seeing and enjoying the French culture. 

French Language Assistant 2010/2011

Scoil Uí Mhuirí staff and students were delighted to welcome Camille Orhand, our French Language Assistant who was at the school for the academic year 2010/2011. Camille was from Brittany in France and was a great help to our French students as they prepared for oral exams. Camille had an enjoyable year here in Ireland and we hope she enjoyed her time teaching at the school.

French Debating Team
Our Transition Year French students took part in a French language debating competition which takes place at Alliance Francaise in Dublin. Well done to the students who participated and their teacher Ms. Lyons.

A Common Syllabus Framework
The Leaving Certificate French syllabus is set out in the context of a common syllabus framework for the teaching and examining of French, German, Spanish and Italian. The syllabus content draws on the junior cycle syllabus and develops many aspects of its aims, objectives and content.

The syllabus is "communicative" in the sense that it is based on the purposes to which learners are likely to want, need or expect to put the knowledge and skills they acquire in class, and in the sense that the objectives detailed in the syllabus are expressed in terms of language use. It is not, however, "communicative" in the narrow sense of confining itself to oral face-to-face
communication. Nor does it presuppose a rejection of explicit teaching about the target language and culture; indeed, it presupposes quite the contrary.
(Department of Education, accessed on the Internet May 11th 2009)


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