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Level 3 / Online - Didsbury Parsonage Trust

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you if you’re confident and able to express yourself well.  It will enable you to improve your spoken French in a relaxed environment within a structured framework.  We’ll be looking at what happens in the different seasons across the whole of  France, which will help to expand your knowledge of French culture.  There will be plenty of opportunity to talk about your past experiences, as well as what you would like to experience at various times of the year when in France. There will also be the chance to improve your listening skills and to broaden your knowledge of French idioms and vocabulary.

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Course length: 9 lessons
Teacher: Claire Slatter

Advanced - Level 3 Course Information
Starting Date: 21/09/2021
Lesson Duration: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Classes will run for a block of nine one hour sessions on Tuesday evenings via Zoom, ending on 23rd November 2021. There will be a break for half-term on Tuesday 27th October.
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Online - Didsbury Parsonage Trust Didsbury Parsonage,
Stenner Lane,
Greater Manchester,
m20 2rq
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Claire Slatter Languages taught:
French FlagFrench Spanish FlagSpanish
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Beginner Improver Intermediate Advanced
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My love of French started from a young age when on holiday in France and continued throughout school and university leading to a degree in modern languages.
My first couple of graduate jobs involved working in the contracts sections of two different tour operators; giving me ample opportunity to make the most of my language skills both by phone and face to face contracting with various hoteliers, apartment owners and transport businesses.
I then chose to complete a PGCE and worked as a language teacher at secondary level for over twenty years. It was during this time that I was inspired to develop my knowledge of Spanish; I'd done a basic introduction at school and had the rudiments but decided to take it further via a combination of residential courses in Spain and intensive evening courses at my local university. I can safely say I understand what it is to be an adult learner!
More recently I have tutored adult learners. I have lots of experience at all levels: from beginners through to A level.
Work and leisure opportunities have allowed me the pleasure to travel extensively throughout France and Spain, as well as living for a year in Normandy.