FRENCH COURSES IN GROUP Total SUNDAY- MONDAY- OR Hour TUESDAY WEDNESDAY s SESSION 1 For ADULTS - Evening time th 11 January - 25th February Method : "CONNEXIONS" 7.00 - 9.00pm 7.00- 9.00pm 26 SESSION 1 bis For ADULTS - Morning time th 28 January – 25th February Method : "CONNEXIONS" 10.am - 12.00 10.00am - 12.00 26 OR For children 7 to 11 years TEF EXAM Method : “ALEX ET ZOE” 5.00 - 6.30pm 21 29th January 2009 Deadline registration:04/01/2009 For teenagers 12 to 16 years Method : “OH LA LA “ 5.00 - 6.30pm 21 DELF/DALF For young children 4 to 6 5.00 - 6.30pm 21 EXAMS Method : "TATOU LE MATOU" 06/06/2009 & 11/06/2009 ARABIC - ENGLISH - SPANISH COURSES Registration For adults 7.00 - 9.00pm OR 7.00 - 9.00pm 26 from 26/04/2009 till 21/05/2009 For children 5.00 - 6.30pm 21 PRIVATE COURSES DISCOUNT 10 hours at the Alliance 2000 Dhs Members -10% 10 hours at home 2500 Dhs For family (2 or 3 registrations) 10% for 2nd registration NOVEMBER EXAMS Registration from Sunday, October 5 to Thursday, October 30, 2008. Oral Comprehension Exam Written Comprehension Oral Expression Written Expression A1, A2 B1, Saturday, 15 November 2008 Thursday, 20 November 2008* B2 C1, C2 DELF & DALF 1- Description of the examinations 2 -General information 3 - How to be registered? 4 - Exam fees 5 - Exam’s schedule 5.1 - Verification during the exams 5.2 - Results DELF & DALF are official qualifications awarded by the French Ministry of Education to certify the competency of candidates from outside France in the French Language. DELF & DALF have been consistent with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages from the Council of Europe since 1st September 2005. Candidates can register for the examination of their choice, according to their levels. At each level, 4 skills are evaluated: listening speaking, reading and writing. 1 - Description of the examinations: DELF A1: This level recognizes basic knowledge. It is normally reached between 60 or 80 hours of learning French. DELF A2: It recognizes the linguistic competency of a basic user. It is normally reached between 160 or 180 hours of learning French. DELF B1: At this level, the user becomes independent. It corresponds to a total of 450 hours of learning French. DELF B2: At this level, the candidate has a degree of fluency and spontaneity in regular interactions. It is reached after approximately 650 hours of learning French. DALF C1: Candidates at this level are independent. They can express themselves fluently and spontaneously. DALF C2: At this stage, candidates are capable of using the language for academic and advanced-level purposes. People who have passed the DALF (C1 or C2) are exempt from taking language tests for entrance into French universities. 2 - General information: Any non-French person, who wishes, for personal or professional reasons, to emphasize their knowledge and abilities in French, can take the DELF or DALF exams without prior conditions. They can take examinations as many times as necessary, until they pass. Candidates might sit for one diploma or more during the same examinations session. They can get their diplomas either in the same or different countries without any time limit. DELF & DALF diplomas are valid everywhere and for life. Any certificate acquired before 1st September 2005 is still valid. It doesn’t entitle the holder to a new diploma. Units earned before 1st September 2005 remain valid and will give a right, upon demand to the centre of examination in a two years period starting from the 1st of September 2005, to the delivery of a diploma in the new system. The holder is entitled to a certificate based on the table of equivalence. Please refer to the table of equivalence between the old DELF/DALF system and the new one. 3 - How to be registered? The registration to these examinations is independent of the registration to the courses of the Alliance française. To register to the examinations you must: • Fill and sign a registration form, which you can request from the secretarial office or download here, before the registration deadline. • Provide a photocopy of your passport as well as a photocopy of your certificate of success if you already obtained one or more units. • Pay the registration fees corresponding to the examinations you would like to take. 4 - Exam fees A1 & A2: 350 Dhs per unit B1 & B2: 450 Dhs per unit C1 & C2: 450 Dhs per unit 5 - Exam's schedule NOVEMBER EXAMS Registration from Sunday, October 5 to Thursday, October 30, 2008. Oral Comprehension Exam Written Comprehension Oral Expression Written Expression A1, A2 B1, Saturday, 15 November 2008 Thursday, 20 November 2008* B2 C1, C2 *Candidates for the oral expression exams will find their individual timings listed in the main hall of the Alliance française before the exams. JUNE EXAMS Registration from Saturday May 3 to Thursday, May 22, 2008. Oral Comprehension Exam Written Comprehension Oral Expression Written Expression A1, A2 B1, B2 Saturday, 6 June 2009 Thursday, 11 June 2009 * C1, C2 *Candidates for the oral expression exams will find their individual timings listed in the main hall of the Alliance Française before the exams. 5.1 Verification during the exams Each candidate will be requested to present an official ID before entering the exam hall. 5.2 Results The results will be posted at the Alliance Française a couple of weeks after the end of the exams. The candidates who have successfully passed can collect their certificates at the administration office. The results cannot be given through telephone. The original diplomas arrive from France 6 months after the exams. TEF 1- What is the TEF? 2- Who can take those exams and when? 3- How to register for the TEF? 4- Registration Fees 5- Exam Timings 6- Verification during the exam 7- Results 1- What is the TEF? The Test of Evaluation in French (TEF) was created and developed by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris (CCIP). This proficiency test allows you to certify your linguistic competencies in French. It is valid for a period of 1 year. The TEF includes 5 tests: 3 Obligatory: 2 Optional: - Written Comprehension - Written Expression - Oral Comprehension - Oral Expression - Vocabulary and Grammar 2- Who can take those exams and when? Any non-French national who: • Would like to continue his/her studies in France • Aims at applying for a Canadian emigration Those exams are organized at the Alliance Française in Abu Dhabi 4 times a year according to the table below. Session Exam Dates Registration Deadline January 2009 Thursday 29 January 2009 Sunday 4 January 2009 March 2009 Thursday 19 march 2009 Thursday 26 February 2009 May 2009 Thursday 28 May 2009 Thursday 30 April 2009 3- How to register for the TEF? In order to register, you have to: Fill and sign a registration form, which you can request from the secretarial office, before the registration deadline. Along with the registration form, include a photocopy of your passport & pay the registration fees corresponding. Important Notes: Registration will be closed on the deadline date corresponding to the chosen session. The obligatory tests cannot be split up: all 3 of them must be taken in the same session. Candidates can only take the optional tests in addition to the obligatory tests. The candidate can choose to endlessly repeat the exam whenever he wishes to. Registration will not be effective until payment is complete. Fees are neither refundable nor transferable. 4- Registration Fees: Obligatory tests: 800 Dhs Optional tests: 300 Dhs (each test) 5- Exam Timings: The candidate’s manual, which contains information about the progress of the exam, will be available at the Alliance for collection one week before the exam. The 3 obligatory exams are held on Thursdays, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The written optional exam is held on Thursdays, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. The individual oral exam is held on Thursdays, starting 2:00 p.m. 6- Verification during the exam: Each candidate will be requested to present two official IDs before entering the exam hall. 7- Results: The original certificates arrive from France 4 weeks after the exam. The Alliance Française receives only one original certificate per candidate. In case he/she needs an extra original one, he/she has to directly contact the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris - TEF department (email@example.com).
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