OCN NI French 2

This course continues to develop vocabulary learnt in the OCN NI French 1 course.

Academic Year: 2023/24
Course Code: 10573
Campus: Bangor
Study Type: Part-Time
Education Level Further Education
Department: Languages
Course Overview
OCN NI French 2 is suitable for anyone with a basic knowledge of the language and introduces basic grammatical structures. This course covers a variety of classroom activities, and continues to develop reading, speaking, listening and writing skills with a greater emphasis on speaking skills. This course will cover the Listening and Writing units of the Level 2 qualification. 

 OCN NI Listening and Writing units 

You have a basic knowledge of French and you wish to develop your ability and skills further. 

There will be a variety of classroom activities covering reading, speaking, listening and writing with a greater emphasis on speaking.   

Our skilled and knowledgeable course team. 

 OCN NI French 3 

There are no entry requirements.  You will need to purchase a course book and in some cases CDs or a Book and CD pack.  Course books vary from course to course and you will be informed of the course book titles at the start of the course.  If the course is a follow up from a previous course, you could be using the same course book as in the previous course.  

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