Our objectives and methodology

 

The acquisition of current and effective communication skills, the practice of a language in a professional and academic context and immersion in a cultural diversity respectful of all are the pedagogical principles of ALIP.

Objectives

As part of a communicative and friendly approach, ALIP offers French courses with four objectives:
General language: French courses aim to reinforce written and oral language skills in everyday communication situations. All French courses are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and are based on detailed reference frameworks.
University methodology: learning techniques, note-taking techniques, written and oral presentations…
Culture: approach of the French-speaking culture by varied activities, visits, conferences to improve its French learning, but also intercultural, cultural diversity…
Professional and specialized language: first step towards the professional French-speaking world, realization of motivating projects and small groups, discovery of specific themes…

 

Methodology

ALIP’s French courses are based on the levels defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, and take into account students’ needs and motivations.
In a communicative and active approach, teachers propose activities to develop the following skills:
Comprehension and written and oral expression
Interaction
Communication strategies

 

 

More about our Teaching approach

 

 

Evaluations & Certifications

Our teachers are authorized official examiners for the TEF and TCF French exams.
Evaluations take place throughout the training to ensure appropriate progress.
Each course gives rise to a final evaluation.
The certificate at the end of the course details all the results, the student’s progress and his level on the CEFR scale..

 

More about French levels
More about French official exams

 

 

Monitoring

The teaching and administrative team welcomes, guides and advises students throughout their stay.
Quality meetings with students are held throughout the semester to ensure that students progress well and are satisfied.
We welcome students and help them in all their administrative procedures, advise them on their studies and inform them about cultural activities. 
Numerous meetings are held with the team to follow everyone’s progress as closely as possible.

 

Evaluations et certifications :

L’école ALIP met en place un évaluation durant la formation et une évaluation finale. Un certificat de résultats et de niveau est remis à l’étudiant à la fin du programme.

Les cours proposés à l’ALIP sont adaptés aux profils, aux attentes et aux niveaux des étudiants : des évaluations sommatives et formatives permettent à l’équipe pédagogique de recadrer le contenu des cours en fonction des besoins.

Evaluation 1

L'évaluation sommative

Un test de positionnement initial à double objectif :
– définir le niveau de l’étudiant en début de formation
– orienter l’étudiant dans un cours adapté à son niveau.

Un test de fin de semestre également à double objectif :
– mesurer la progression de l’étudiant sur l’ensemble de la formation
–  valider les acquis nécesaires à l’intégration dans une école supérieure

Evaluation 2

L'évaluation formative

 

Tout au long du semestre, les étudiants sont testés  façon régulière sur les notions travaillées afin de mesurer leur acquisition de ces notions.

L'échelle des niveaux

Suite à ces différentes évaluations, un niveau est attribué aux étudiants.
pour plus d’informations, consultez notre page des niveaux

 

Les certifications et diplômes français - informations

Tous les cours de l’école ALIP permettent de se préparer aux examens et certifications en langue française, comme le TCF ou le DELF/DALF (www.ciep.fr) ou le TEF (www.ccip.fr)

Pour plus d’informations sur les examens officiels, contacter Manuela Guillem mguillem@alipfrance.com

Consultez le document (pdf) : Descriptif les certifications en langue française