You´ve arrived in a place where learning has no limits. A complete learning experience where speaking French becomes a natural part of your everyday life. At ILSC, you´re learning by living…and you may just amaze yourself. ILSC, one of Canada's most reputable French and English language schools, is located right in the heart of downtown Montréal. ILSC teaches a wide range of courses at various levels. Our small classes are taught using "student-centered" and communicative methods by our highly qualified instructors. We also offer customized groups, summer youth homestay, private tutoring and work experience. All of us at ILSC take pride in making our school one of the ﬁnest language learning institutes in the world. Through our innovative student-centred approach to education, you’ll learn French while pursuing your own interests and passions. For almost 15 years we have been developing our teaching methods. They have proven successful with thousands of students from over the world.
Learning French at ILSC-Montréal is an interactive adventure. All classes are based on a student centred curriculum that accommodates each student's interests and passions, giving learning the freedom to flourish.
Our focus is to help you strengthen aspects of the four basic French skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
We use various teaching resources such as computers, magazines, videos, etc. and such activities as field trips, group and pair work, language games, etc.
You can choose study schedules that range from Full-time Intensive to Part-time. Classes at ILSC run for 4 weeks. (except Tutoring) We also offer a limited selection of evening/night courses.
We accept students every Monday, except beginning French students must start in the first week of a new session.
French for Academic Studies:
Develop your reading, writing, conversation, grammar and vocabulary skills. Eight levels are offered from Pre-Beginner to Advanced, and the program is especially advised if you wish to pursue academic studies in North America and abroad.
Students are given a percentage grade for completion of this course. To advance to the next level, a minimum grade and certain criteria must be met.
French for Business situations:
Take one of two levels of Business French to acquire business French vocabulary, grammar and social etiquette for professional situations, i.e. making appointments, attending meetings, writing a resume, business conversation, etc. The course combines the four basic French skills with interactive activities.
Two levels are offered from Intermediate to Advanced.
French Communication Skills:
Build your vocabulary, improve your listening skills, increase accuracy, learn idioms and practice speaking in a range of situations. The focus is on you and your interests. Eight levels are offered from Pre-Beginner to Low Advanced.
Learn French in a business environment:
The Cooperative Education Program is an innovative model of enriched education combining your French language studies with experience in the Canadian workplace. The name "Cooperative Education" reflects the cooperative relationship between you, the school and the host company. Since the program began in 1994, it has grown to become one of ILSC’s most popular programs, attracting students from all corners of the world.
ILSC-Montréal now offers a French and bilingual Cooperative Education Program. This innovative, 2 to 6 month program combines 1 to 3 months of in-class language instruction with 1 to 3 months of language practice in a professional French speaking business environment. While the primary purpose is to practice French in the Canadian workplace, our Coordinators will try to find a placement that is suitable to your educational background and interests.
Prepare for University Studies in French - DELF:
The DELF diploma (Diplôme d’études en langue française) is designed to assess French students' communicative skills, through authentic documents. It taps into practical knowledge rather than standard grammatical knowledge. It is recognized internationally.
The DELF diploma is composed of 4 units: A1- A2 - B1 - B2. There is an exam for each unit. Successfully completing DELF A1 and A2 indicates an ability to communicate in everyday situations. Successfully completing DELF B1 and B2 indicates an ability to defend one's opinion, develop a solid argument and self-correct
ILSC-Montréal offers DELF preparation courses at all levels, upon request. Each unit is offered in a 3 hour-class, 5 days a week for 4 weeks. It is important to specify to the registrar, prior to your arrival, that you are planning on following a DELF preparation course and which unit you wish to pass. If you are not certain of which unit corresponds to your level, an assessor from ILSC will get in touch with you to discuss it.
Private French Tutoring:
Private teaching provides on-site catering to your individual learning needs. Scheduling is flexible and all tutors are qualified, experienced French teachers. Choices range from 10 to 30 hours per week of one to one instruction. General French tutoring, Business French tutoring and Executive French tutoring are available.
All levels are offered. Please note that all courses are subject to availability depending on the interest and level of the students.
Specific Language Skills:
The courses listed below have 1.5 hour classes which are designed to focus specifically on one aspect of your French language skills.
This course will focus on your particular areas of difficulty evident from your speaking, writing and language level. The class is designed to meet your individual needs with the aim of improving your understanding and use of French grammar. Two levels are offered from High Beginner to Advanced.
French students in language class at International Language Schools of Canada in Montreal Quebec
Achieve greater fluency by focusing on the details of pronouncing the French language. Sound, intonation, stress as well as the mechanics (positioning of the mouth and tongue) of producing the French language are all areas covered. Three levels are available: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.
Is there a novel in you? Perhaps a poem or two? This course focuses on your writing dreams... Learn correct language structure for various genres and audiences. Be prepared to write on a daily basis and to take some assignments home to complete. Three levels are available: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.
Do you have a good ear for French? Practice listening activities taken from daily social situations and build your comprehension of spoken French. There are three levels offered ranging from Beginner to Advanced.
This course is designed to help you develop vocabulary, current idioms and slang through speaking, listening, reading and writing activities. Four levels are available from Pre-Beginner to Advanced.
This academic course focuses on improving reading and writing through in-depth study of classic literary novels, short stories, plays and poetry from Canada, France and other French speaking countries. It is aimed at High Intermediate to Advanced Level students.
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