New Core Class for Fall Term
Introduction to French
A quieter approach to learning French. Take this class before starting with Beginning French 101 to prepare yourself gently for the immersion method and learn some basics that will prepare you to continue smoothly into the Beginning French series. This class begins October 21, Part 2 of Fall Term.
The Core Classes includes Beginning 101 through 106, Intermediate 201 through 206, and the B1 and B2 Edito Series. Most classes move at the regular pace. These classes take students from the A1 Beginner Level through the B2 Proficient Level. Read how to assess your level of French.
Specialty and Cultural Classes for Fall
French for Travelers
A new class for A1/A2 students who want to get more comfortable with communication in daily situations. This year-long course will examine travel logistics, cultural festivals, cultural & historic sites, and local customs. You will discuss grammatical points and learn new vocabulary in each class.
Littérature Progressive A1/A2 is a
new literature class for A1/A2 students which presents literary works and authors through a structured textbook.
Littérature Intermédiaire for B1/B2 students discusses Charlotte, a book by prize-winning author David Foenkinos concerning a young Jewish artist during the Second World War.
Grammaire en Dialogues
is a course for Beginners (A1/A2 students) that looks at grammar using current spoken French. Discuss and practice themes and situations as
you focus on a particular point of grammar
(like how to order gaufres.)
You'll also find this course at the B1 level for intermediate students.
Read how to assess your level.
Take a look at how the French do business while developing business-oriented language skills.
This is an intermediate class for students who have mastered the 202 level .
In Person Classes for Fall Term
Classes at Kamm House
While most of our classes will continue online fall term, we're offering some In Person courses. Select whichever fits your schedule and your comfort level. For the health and safety of all our students and teachers, we ask that all students considering in person classes have completed their vaccinations. Taking a language classes while wearing a mask is just not practical.