EDLF provides a proven method with a solid underlying structure that enables children, aged between 3 & 11 years old, to progress year after year in French. Our core programme which is structured according to age and differing levels of ability is available for 3-11 year olds. Each weekly lesson combines fun with exciting games, songs and activities. EDLF is a centre for learning not just a second language but a platform for introducing children to the everyday realities of the country and the culture they are studying.
If you are interested in our French Tuitions for your childrens in Birmingham or wish to know more about EDLF or our French courses, please call us today!
Most schools around the world teach at least one foreign language. By 1998 nearly all pupils in Europe studied at least one foreign language as part of their compulsory education. On average in Europe, at the start of foreign language teaching, learners have lessons for three to four hours a week.
In 2004, a report by the Michel Thomas Language Centre in the UK suggested that speaking a second language could increase an average worker's salary by £3000 a year. Further results showed that nine out of 10 British companies thought their businesses could benefit from better language skills.
In recent years, computer-assisted language learning has been integrated into foreign language education and computer programs with varying levels of interactional relationship between computer and the language learner have been developed. Language learning aids such as foreign language writing aid and foreign language reading aid, targeted at the specific language skills of foreign language learners, are also alternative instruments available for foreign language learners.