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1 - STANDARD COURSES - BEGINNERS LEVEL

A1.1 - MTN CREEK BEGINNERS DISCOVERY CLASS (THU) - T2

Standard Courses


This class takes place on Thursday Evening.

This class is designed for BEGINNERS in FRENCH for travel and language discovery having completed 1 Term of French (15 hours)

In this course, you will continue to learn:

  - Greetings, how to introduce oneself and French etiquette with essential differences between the French and English languages.

  - Basic French vocabulary, grammar and conversation used in restaurants, shops, hotels, banks, post offices, railway stations, airports, etc.

 - Some geographical, cultural and historical aspects of France and French life.


Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks

A1.1 - MTN CREEK BEGINNERS DISCOVERY CLASS (WED) - T2

Standard Courses


This class takes place on Wednesday Evening.

This class is designed for BEGINNERS in FRENCH for travel and language discovery having completed 1 Term of French (15 hours)

In this course, you will continue to learn:

  - Greetings, how to introduce oneself and French etiquette with essential differences between the French and English languages.

  - Basic French vocabulary, grammar and conversation used in restaurants, shops, hotels, banks, post offices, railway stations, airports, etc.

 - Some geographical, cultural and historical aspects of France and French life.


Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks

A1.2 - MTN CREEK BEGINNERS Level 2 Class - T2

Standard Courses


This class is designed for BEGINNERS in FRENCH who have completed at least 2 terms of French (30 hours)

In this course, you will continue to learn:

  - Greetings, how to introduce oneself and French etiquette with essential differences between the French and English languages.

  - Basic French vocabulary, grammar and conversation used in restaurants, shops, hotels, banks, post offices, railway stations, airports, etc.

 - Some geographical, cultural and historical aspects of France and French life.



Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks

A1.2 - NOOSA BEGINNERS DISCOVERY CLASS - T2

Standard Courses


This class normally takes place on Mondays from 8.30am to 10am at the J in Noosa but due to Monday 18th April, 25th April and 2nd May being Public Holidays, classes will take place on the Wednesday : 20th April, 27th April and 4th May from 8.30am to 10am.

This class is designed for  BEGINNERS in FRENCH having completed 1 Term of French (15h).
In this course, you will continue to learn:  
- Greetings, how to introduce oneself and French etiquette with essential differences between the French and English languages.  
- Basic French vocabulary, grammar and conversation used in restaurants, shops, hotels, banks, post offices, railway stations, airports, etc.
 - Some geographical, cultural and historical aspects of France and French life.


Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks

A1.4 - MTN CREEK BEGINNERS LEVEL 3 CLASS - T2

Standard Courses

Revision of basic French grammar and vocabulary including future, past and related tenses. Exploration of grammar points using a themed approach. Dictations, debates, discussions and short presentations. Geography and interesting places to visit in France. History and fascinating anecdotes about well-known French personalities. Topical events, a dash of French politics and some culture !

All of the above using various media (online exercises, CDs, DVDs, books and handouts). Pace: 1.5 hour / week


Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks

A1.4 - NOOSA BEGINNERS LEVEL 3 CLASS - T2

Standard Courses

This class is designed for BEGINNERS in FRENCH who have completed 4 or 5 Terms of French.

This class normally takes place on Mondays from 10am to 11.30am at the J in Noosa but due to Monday 22nd April, 29th April and 2nd May being Public Holidays, classes will take place on the Wednesday : 20th April, 27th April and 4th May from 10am to 11.30am.

In this course, you will continue to learn:

  - Greetings, how to introduce oneself and French etiquette with essential differences between the French and English languages.

  - Basic French vocabulary, grammar and conversation used in restaurants, shops, hotels, banks, post offices, railway stations, airports, etc.

 - Some geographical, cultural and historical aspects of France and French life.


Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks
2 - STANDARD COURSES - ELEMENTARY LEVEL

A2.1 - MTN CREEK ELEMENTARY LEVEL 1 CLASS - T2

Standard Courses
  • Revision of basic French grammar and vocabulary including future, past and related tenses.
  • Exploration of grammar points using a themed approach.
  • Dictations, debates, discussions and short presentations.
  • Geography and interesting places to visit in France.
  • History and fascinating anecdotes about well-known French personalities.
  • Topical events, a dash of French politics and some culture !
All of the above using various media (online exercises, CDs, DVDs, books and handouts).

ATTENTION: Lesson 1 will take place on Thursday 27 January - at 5pm



Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks

A2.2 - MTN CREEK ELEMENTARY LEVEL 2 CLASS - T2

Standard Courses
  • Revision of basic French grammar and vocabulary including future, past and related tenses.
  • Exploration of grammar points using a themed approach.
  • Dictations, debates, discussions and short presentations.
  • Geography and interesting places to visit in France.
  • History and fascinating anecdotes about well-known French personalities.
  • Topical events, a dash of French politics and some culture !
All of the above using various media (online exercises, CDs, DVDs, books and handouts).
Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks

A2.2 - NOOSA ELEMENTARY CLASS - T2

Standard Courses

This class normally takes place on Mondays from 1pm to 2.30pm at the J in Noosa but due to Monday 18th April, 25th April and 2nd May being Public Holidays, classes will take place on the Friday : 22nd April, 29th April and 6th May from 1pm to 2.30pm.

Content of this course:

Revision of basic French grammar and vocabulary including future, past and related tenses.
Exploration of grammar points using a themed approach.
Dictations, debates, discussions and short presentations.
Geography and interesting places to visit in France.
History and fascinating anecdotes about well-known French personalities.

Topical events, a dash of French politics and some culture !


Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks

A2.3 - MTN CREEK ELEMENTARY LEVEL 3 CLASS - T2

Standard Courses
  • Revision of basic French grammar and vocabulary including future, past and related tenses.
  • Exploration of grammar points using a themed approach.
  • Dictations, debates, discussions and short presentations.
  • Geography and interesting places to visit in France.
  • History and fascinating anecdotes about well-known French personalities.
  • Topical events, a dash of French politics and some culture !
All of the above using various media (online exercises, CDs, DVDs, books and handouts).
Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks
3 - STANDARD COURSES - INTERMEDIATE LEVEL

B1 - NAMBOUR INTERMEDIATE CLASS - T2

Standard Courses

Intermediate Class (Continuing from Term 1)
- culture : French regions, news, literature, famous characters, food, French guest (one per term).
- writing : regular writing homework and corrections.
- phonetics, dictations
- understanding : audio documents, videos
- speaking : Q&A between students, role plays, conversation.


Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks

B1 - NOOSA INTERMEDIATE CLASS - T2

Standard Courses

This class takes place on Mondays from 11am to 12.30pm at the J in Noosa but due to Monday 18th April, 25th April and 2nd May being Public Holidays, classes will take place on the Friday : 22nd April, 29th April and 6th May from11am to 12.30pm.

Revision of all French grammar and vocabulary in the form of dictations, debates, discussions and short presentations.
  • Exploration of grammar points using a themed approach.
  • Geography and interesting places to visit in France.
  • History and fascinating anecdotes about well-known French personalities.
  • Topical events, a dash of French politics and some culture !
All of the above using various media (online exercises, CDs, DVDs, books and handouts).
Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks
4 - STANDARD COURSES - ADVANCED LEVEL

B2 - NOOSA ADVANCED CLASS - T2

Standard Courses

This class takes place on Mondays from 9am to 10.30am at the J in Noosa but due to Monday 18th April, 25th April and 2nd May being Public Holidays, classes will take place on the Friday : 22nd April, 29th April and 6th May from 9am to 10.30am.

Conversation-based Advanced Level Class:

  • Culture : French geography and interesting places to visit, history and anecdotes about well-known French personalities, topical events, literature, famous characters, food.
  • Writing : short presentations, debate/discussion preparation, grammar exercises using a themed approach (regular homework including corrections).
  • Dictations.
  • Listening to/understanding audio documents, French news via internet. Speaking : debates, discussions and conversation between students on various topics including a dash of French politics!
All of the above using various media (online exercises, CDs, DVDs, books and handouts).
Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks
5 - CONVERSATION WORKSHOPS - INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED LEVEL

ACTIVE CONVERSATION CLASS - T2

Standard Courses

Conversation-Based Class at Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced Levels

This class will focus on Conversational French enabling students to develop their communication skills.


Pace: 1.5 hours / week over 10 weeks

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$300.00 AUD

Code: MC-BEG1T-T2-2022
A minimum of 5 students is required for this class to go ahead. The AFSC reserves the right to cancel this class if a minimum of 5 students enrolled is not reached, in which case alternative classes or products will be offered.

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Our mission

The Alliance Française de la Sunshine Coast is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting French language, culture, literature and history on the Sunshine Coast of Australia and to encourage French-Australian cultural exchange and friendship.

The Alliance Française de la Sunshine Coast provides the opportunity for friends of French language and culture to come together in a very welcoming, non-political and non-religious environment.

Our Committee


The AFSC committee is composed of enthusiastic local Francophiles happy to bring their skills and experience to offer a range of services and events to the Sunshine Coast community.

We also encourage volunteers to join us in order to help out at events.

If you are interested in becoming involved with your Alliance, please contact us.

Our Community

Our members make our Alliance great. We meet twice a month to celebrate the love for all things French : 1st Saturday of the month at the Loose Goose in Twin Waters. 3rd Saturday of the month at la Maison du Pâtissier at Meridan Plains.

We bring you the French Film Festival each year (April- June) and we celebrate La Galette des Rois, Bastille Day and le Beaujolais Nouveau throughout the year.


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