Project ID - TIS001137
French conversation and skills


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Project offered at

Ballycastle High School
BALLYCASTLE
BT54 6LD

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Ruth Clarke

Student Skills

Strong interpersonal skills and can develop a good rapport with pupils. High standard of literacy and able to generate opinions and debate on a range of topics.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will improve in their own confidence and skills in speaking in the target language.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The student tutor will be able to develop their own interpersonal skills, as well as skills needed in teaching their own language.

Extra Information

Y14 – two pupils Y12 – 11 pupils [ split into two groups] Y11 – 9 pupils [if time allows] Through time spent together we hope to improve pupil confidence and skills when speaking in the Target Language and also to develop other aspects of their language learning. Conversation topics for Year 14 pupils will include debating language, the environment, contemporary social issues and multicultural society. Year 11 / 12 – Family, Holidays, the Environment, School Life etc.

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