French Tutoring

French Tutoring will not only improve your grades today but also your career options in the future!

Get the best French Tutors to help you succeed!

How can better Grades in French help you?

The Top 3 reasons why your child should improve their French grades :

1. French is mandatory from Grades 4 – 9.  If you have low grades in French, it will reduce your overall grades.
2. Improvement in grades in French would lead to improvement of English grades too.
3. French is one of the languages of instruction in the IB program. If you want your child to do well in IB, good grades in French are a must.

There are 3 French programs that are offered in Ontario Schools and Brampton Learna provides French Tutoring for all these programs.

There are three French as a Second Language (FSL) programs in Ontario schools and we provide tutoring for all these programs:

Core French – students are taught French as a subject. The program helps students develop a basic usable command of the language.\r\n\r\n

Extended French – students are taught French as a subject and French serves as the language of instruction in at least one other subject,such as math.  At least 25 per cent of all instruction is provided in French.

French Immersion – students are taught French as a subject and French serves as the language of instruction in three or more other subjects, such as Math.  At least 50 per cent of all instruction is provided in French

French Tutoring will not only improve your grades today but also your career options in the future! Get the best French Tutors to help you succeed!

How can better Grades in French help you?

There are 3 French programs that are offered in Ontario schools :

1. Core French

Core French is mandatory from Grades 4 to 8 for all students in English-language elementary schools. Policy and program requirements for elementary school Core French programs dictate that students entering Grade 4 must receive French instruction in every year from Grade 4 to Grade 8, and must have accumulated a minimum of 600 hours of French instruction by the end of Grade 8. School boards have the authority to introduce Core French before Grade 4. Students should advance through an organized sequence of learning experiences that permits a steady growth of knowledge and skills. Once an instructional sequence has begun, the program must continue uninterrupted to Grade 8.

2. French as a second Language – Extended French, Grades 4-8

The ability to communicate in French is a valuable skill, because French is one of Canada’s two official languages and because it is a language used widely around the world.Research confirms that knowledge of a second language strengthens first-language skills and that the ability to speak two or more languages generally enhances reasoning and problem-solving skills, as well as creative-thinking skills. Learning a second language not only strengthens students” ability to communicate, but also develops their capacity to understand and respect other cultures. In this way, second-language learning prepares students to participate more effectively in the workplace and in the global economy, and provides them with a distinct advantage in a number of careers, both in Canada and internationally.

3. French Immersion

French Immersion – students are taught French as a subject and French serves as the language of instruction in three or more other subjects, such as Math.  At least 50 per cent of all instruction is provided in French.

French Tutoring provided for Grades 5 – 10. Experienced French Tutors who are mostly certified teachers help kids learn French following the Ontario Curriculum. This helps kids improve grades in school and the Teaching methodology is encouraging and empowering , which builds an interest to learn amongst the kids.

Dear Students and Parents,
Our first priority is the well-being of everyone in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. To protect the students, staff and members of the community, the Centre will be closed till Sat April 04, 2020.

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