Be Well Prepared For VCE-IB in 2019 with A “Gear-Up” French Workshop
An intensive French workshop can give you an edge and boost you chances of achieving excellent scores for your VCE or IB. July is the time to “gear-up” and lift your skills. When you want to do well with your French SACS and your final French exams, when you want to feel really confident with your grammar and your oral skills, you have to be smart in the way you learn and practice. Yes, it is not too late to plan and push for top results. Take a little time during your winter holidays to focus your study with the help of experienced teachers.
Winning With Almaje’s Winter VCE-IB French Workshops
Almaje has designed a 4hr intensive French workshop packed with exercises in the critical requirements for success in your French VCE and IB. We shape these “Atelier” sessions to help small groups of keen students like you. We make you practice the tricky stuff and give you solutions to study better and get faster improvements. You benefit from our focused attention to what can make a difference for you.
Our French VCE/IB winter workshops target these key areas of improvement:
- French grammar’s troublesome points like
- Relative Pronouns / Relative Clauses
- Object Pronouns (agreement)
- Causative Faire
- Passive voice
- Reported speech…
- Oral challenges: How to manage
- General conversation
- Detailed study
- Individual oral IB
- Photo/ document presentation
Almaje tutors are very experienced and renowned for the difference they make (just ask past students and read examples of the feedback we receive). We focus on what really matters for you to get top results each year. We give students like you the calm and confidence you need to achieve your best. Wise study strategies tips and tricks contribute to making this atelier a good investment in naturally boosting your performance at French VCE-IB.
The purpose of Almaje Languages is to help you succeed, whether you need to boost your skills in grammar, or fluent conversation or knowing how best to study French and communicate in an exam context.