Success Tutorial School French as a Second Language 3 Tutoring Program provides students with the instruction and practice they need to thoroughly understand basic French. Learn ahead or review the topics that are covered in day school and build greater confidence in speaking and writing French.
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All teaching materials in our classes are in accordance with the Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum standards.
French as a Second Language 3 Course Outline
Leçon 1: Les adjectifs
Leçon 2: Les adjectifs comparatifs et superlatifs
Leçon 3: Bon et bien
Leçon 4: Le futur simple : la formation
Leçon 5: Le futur simple vs. le futur proche
Leçon 6: Le passé composé: les verbes irréguliers et l’auxiliaire être
Leçon 7: Les verbes réfléchis et pronominaux au présent et au passé composé
Leçon 8: L’imparfait : la formation
Leçon 9: L’imparfait vs. le passé composé
Leçon 10: Le conditionnel présent : la formation et l’emploi (I.e. la possibilité, la politesse)
Leçon 11: La phrase si avec l’imparfait et le conditionnel
Leçon 12: Les pronoms d’objets directs: me, te, le, la, l’, nous, vous, les
Leçon 13: Les pronoms d’objets indirects: me, te, lui, nous, vous, leur
Leçon 14: Y et en
Leçon 15: L’ordre des pronoms (I.e. un ou deux pronoms avec les verbes simples et composés)
Leçon 16: Les mots interrogatifs avec est-ce que: qui, quand, où, comment, pourquoi, de qui, à qui
Leçon 17: Les mots interrogatifs avec l’inversion: qui, quand, où, comment, pourquoi, de qui, à qui
Leçon 18: Les pronoms disjoints: moi, toi, lui, elle, nous, vous, eux, elles
Leçon 19: Les pronoms relatifs: qui, que, ce qui, ce que
Leçon 20: Les conjonctions et les mots de liaison (I.e. et, mais, ou, donc, si, quand, lorsque, dès que, cependant, car, c’est-à-dire, après tout, en effet, etc.)
Leçon 21: Révision I
Leçon 22: Révision II
Leçon 23: Examen Final
Our Teaching Method
1: The Entry Test
Each new student is individually assessed by writing an STS entry test. This test ensures that students are registered in a class that is best suited for their learning needs.
2: STS teaches the course
Our qualified teachers explain concepts with carefully selected examples. Students receive ample support and feedback in small classes averaging 6 to 10 students.
3: Homework & Quizzes
We believe sufficient practice is necessary to support learning, and therefore homework is issued and assessed each lesson. Regular quizzes are also provided to track students’ understanding and progress.
4: Final Examination & Certificate
A course is successfully completed upon writing the STS final exam. A passing grade and an attendance record of 75% and above is rewarded with an STS certificate.
The Recipe for Success
We take learning very seriously at Success Tutorial School.
We have a special recipe for success and we owe everything to careful preparation. Just like any good ol’ recipe, it takes the best ingredients, and careful preparation to ensure the best results. To get our students ready for their lessons at school, we understand who they are, needs and goals. From there, we carefully craft a program that works for them, not us. After all, every student is different in their own way and have different goals they want to achieve, and we respect that! When students see that others’ care about their needs and goals, they automatically become more engaged and want to learn – when students want to learn, academic results can naturally be seen.
Different aspects of teaching are considered to ensure our tutorial programs remain effective: planning, delivery, communication, activities, and camaraderie. In addition to that, we provide the following to our students to guide them in their lessons and assess their progress:
- Interactive Activities
- Supporting Materials (Handouts, Visual Aids, etc.)
What Parents & Students Have To Say
“I found the program to be very helpful. After FSL 3, I became more confident with my French writing and speaking.”
French as a Second Language 3 Tutoring Program Student, Markham
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Our French as a Second Language 3 Tutoring Schedule
Our course timetables are regularly updated. Please view our Program Schedules to get the latest class times.
In 1992, Mr. Paul Choi started Success Tutorial School in a small unit on the second floor of a strip mall. There was only one table, a few chairs, a small desk and a telephone. Paul would be teaching 2 to 3 students of various grades at the same time.
Today, we are very proud that we have been in business for over 26 years! Growing from 1 teacher, a few students to having three campuses with over 60 teachers and administrative staff and more than 1300 students.