Filière anglaise Franklin
The Franklin Program is the English bilingual program for middle school and high school. Students must be proficient in written and spoken English to be successful. Courses use English immersion, learner-centered pedagogy and focus on attaining the French Baccalaureate as well as preparing students for university in France and abroad.
La filière Franklin est la continuité au niveau secondaire (de la 6ème à la terminale) de la filière paritaire bilingue BISS. Les élèves doivent avoir un très bon niveau d’anglais écrit et oral pour pouvoir suivre le cursus. Les cours sont dispensés en anglais utilisant une pédagogie centrée sur l’apprenant. Ils préparent les élèves à l’épreuve du Baccalauréat Français tout en les outillant pour les études supérieures de dimension internationale en France ou à l’étranger.
In a student-centered class, students don’t depend on their teacher all
the time, waiting for instructions, words of approval, correction, advice,
or praise. They don’t ignore each other, but look at each other and
communicate with each other. They value each other’s contributions;
they cooperate, learn from each other, and help each other. When in
difficulty or in doubt, they do ask the teacher for help or advice but only
after they have tried to solve the problem among themselves. The
emphasis is on working together, in pairs, in groups, and as a whole
class. Their teacher helps them to develop their language skills.
A student-centered classroom isn’t a place where the students decide
what they want to learn and what they want to do. It’s a place where we
consider the needs of the students, as a group and as individuals, and
encourage them to participate in the learning process all the time. The
teacher’s role is more that of a facilitator than instructor; the students
are active participants in the learning process. The teacher (and
materials) help to guide the students, manage their activities, and direct
their learning. Being a teacher means helping people to learn – and, in a
student-centered class, the teacher is a member of the class as a
participant in the learning process.
– Leo Jones, “The Student-Centered Classroom”, Cambridge University Press 2007
Tarif Franklin Collège - 2016-2017
Tarif Franklin Lycée - 2016-2017