FFL Blog

Welcome to the FLE blog!

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to discover all the facets of the French as a Foreign Language programme at Ecole des Roches. You will regularly find information on the content of the programme, cultural outings and all the projects and creative activities carried out by our students under the guidance of their teachers.

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FFL at Ecole des Roches

Delphine LeHuerou

In Group 1, we recently learned how to narrate past events. This is a big chapter for EFL learners because not only do you have to master the passé composé and the imparfait, but you also have to understand when to use one or the other.

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Catherine JANVIER

How does the FFL class contribute to forming learners who are open-minded and curious about the world?


It should be taken into account that the teaching of a foreign language, in this case French, is not limited to teaching purely linguistic content such as vocabulary or grammar.

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Ecole des Roches

The FLE students of Ecole des Roches discovered the city of Chartres. After a stained-glass workshop, they set off to discover the city.

Here are the impressions of group 1 on this day.

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Ecole des Roches

On Thursday 14th January the FFL students visited Verneuil sur Avre, the town next to Ecole des Roches to learn a bit more about the local history.

At 9.45 am, the pupils took a minibus to go into town. For almost 2 hours, the students went on a treasure hunt throughout the town. In this game they saw many important buildings, such as the library.

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