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Aug'16

Fre-Hindi is marriage of French & Hindi : A Lifelong Friendship cemented by festivals like Namasté France & Bonjour India

Let the fragrance & taste of Hindi capture the imagination of the world by opening thousands of Alliance Française; Gothe Institut or Instituto Cervantes like centres around the world.

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Jul'16

Frehindi’s Exchange Program with France-2016

Our séjour en France was not final without our two day trip to Paris which was like icing on the cake for the students. The visit to Paris was incomplete without the visit to the famous monuments like Tour Eiffel, Arc de Triomphe etc. & Streets like Champs Elysees. This was the time for shopping and buying some souvenirs for friends & parents back home.

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Jul'16

Les Machines de l’île Visit during the Excnage

The elephant Ride at Les Machines de l'île in Nantes was the most enjoyable Elephant ride that the kids had in their life. The only difference this time was that the elephant was a huge four storey elephant made out of wood; metal & machine which walked about half a kilometre like a majestic live Jumbo.

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Oct'15

French Phrases That a Your French Students must know – Daily Use

Your student will thank you for this long after they leave the school. Teach functional language to your and children. Do not make it boring and a source for just to pass an exam

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Oct'15

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Oct'15

The Foreign Languages – Acting as Lubrication to the machine called WORLD

In a globalised world where moving in & out of a country is like crossing your courtyard every now & then; learning a global functional language is something which at times is the only factor between success & failure of a project; or a deal or a job interview.

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Jun'14

2nd annual French Teachers Workshop by IATF, Le Frehindi & Goyalsaab !

Le Frehindi Education, Goyal Saab & IATF-Northern Chapter brings to you the 2nd annual French Teachers Workshop just before the start of session in schools. This year the focus of the Workshop will be on the fact that the Govt. of India in the past few years has bought new systems of education like CCA but has it really changed the way students learn & retain the language? A psychological & pedagogical view on what can be done to increase the retention and interest of the students in French language. Also how parents can be counselled in PTM's etc so as to increase their understanding of equal importance of a global language seriously for an increasingly more globalized world. What are the most tried & tested ways to make French class more interesting?

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06

Jun'14

How Teaching French has evolved from a being taught as a “Subject” to being discovered as a “language”?

The way French is taught in schools have undergone a systemic change in the past few years with introduction of the CCA system by CBSE. Not few years back French or for that matter any foreign language including “English” in certain schools was taught in a way where 90% of the course was focussed on “Grammar” skills of the student with almost negligible focus on the spoken and listening skills. So at the end of the session all you used to get is an examination paper with a comprehension, fill in the blanks, a lot of written grammar, writing essay etc. No one asked you in the examination how to pronounce a particular word or asked you to read a poem or an article or no one asked you in the exam to listen to a CD or audio and then give you questions based on that audio to test if you have listened properly. All this has changed in the last 2 to 3 years and the general teaching market in India has suddenly seen a demand for such trained trainers who could bring forth in the child all the aspects of a language, be it spoken, listening, writing or reading.

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05

Jun'14

Le Frehindi’s Summer Camp at Frehindi Village 2014 – Treasure Hunt & La Piscine Bhalugaad

This was Le Frehindi 1st full fledged trip for Schools at Frehindi Village. A group of about 20 students & French teachers guided by Prof. Hemant Bisht & Prof. Haru Mehra started their journey with an exciting Treasure Hunt and small trek to "La Piscine Blaugaad" where students had fun of their life in crystal clear water coming from a 300 feet water fall. Here are some of the pictures which will surely take your breath away :

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05

Jun'14

Le Frehindi’s French Food Festival at our Partner School

Le Frehindi specializes in organizing "French Food Festivals" in various schools in North India. Native French and chefs of 5 Star hotels like Oberoi and Taj Mansingh conduct this "Festival" with ever excited students. Following are some of the pictures on our successful event with one of our partner school in New Delhi.

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Apr'14

Comparaison des écoles indienne et française

Depuis le 1er avril 2010, l’école est devenue obligatoire en Inde pour les enfants de 6 à 14 ans, et les frais scolaires sont pris en charge par l'État pour les familles les plus démunies. Concernant l’école française, elle est obligatoire de 6 à 16 ans et l’école à la maison est aussi légale. Il existe plus de 65 000 écoles (publiques et privées) en France, et 18 % des élèves sont dans des écoles privées. Le nombre total d’élèves et d’étudiants est de 15 millions, c’est-à-dire un quart de la population. Selon l’enquête internationale PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) qui compare les systèmes éducatifs nationaux, les résultats du système éducatif français sont très moyens, et régressent en matière de lutte contre les inégalités sociales. S’agissant de l’Inde, il semblerait que les écoles privées soient d’un niveau supérieur aux écoles publiques. Concernant mon expérience personnelle lors de ma mission en Inde, j’ai pu observer beaucoup de similitudes entre les écoles indiennes et françaises, mais aussi beaucoup de différences. Les écoles indiennes et françaises ont comme points communs de pratiquer la mixité garçons-filles, mais également, les femmes sont majoritaires dans l’enseignement. Il y a cependant beaucoup de différences. Par exemple, les élèves indiens portent l’uniforme dans toutes les écoles indiennes afin d’éviter toute discrimination relative à leurs origines socio-économiques. Les heures de cours sont aussi différents, un cours dure 35 minutes en moyenne en Inde, et les élèves sont libres à partir de 14h, en ayant commencé leur journée à 9h. Néanmoins, ils ont école le mercredi, alors que les élèves français se reposent ce jour-là. Pour avoir travaillé dans des écoles françaises, je constate en comparaison que les élèves indiens sont plus calmes, disciplinés, motivés et respectueux que les élèves français. Je remarque aussi que les élèves français ont beaucoup plus de temps de recréation. Quant aux professeurs, ils peuvent librement parler de religion dans les écoles Indiennes, dans la salle des profs par exemple, ce qui est absolument inenvisageable en France… Je constate aussi qu’ils se plaignent moins que les enseignants français, qu’ils se critiquent moins entre professeurs, et qu’il y a une meilleure ambiance de travail. Une autre différence très importante entre les deux pays, c’est la place accordée aux libertés individuelles. A partir du lycée, les écoles françaises encouragent la campagne de prévention contre les maladies sexuellement transmissibles et la contraception, c’est pourquoi de nombreux lycées sont équipés de distributeurs de préservatifs gratuits pour les élèves. Ce type de politique est absolument inconcevable dans un pays comme l’Inde ! Une autre distinction qu’on peut faire, c’est l’espace ! En effet, les écoles indiennes accueillent un nombre si important d’élèves qu’elles sont immenses et disposent de cours de récréation gigantesques et verdoyantes, ça change du béton… Je tiens à remercier tout particulièrement l’institut FREHINDI qui m’a permis de découvrir et apprécier les écoles indiennes par le biais de nombreuses visites, en particulier à l'école prestigieuse "BASAVA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL" située à Dwarka. A bientôt, Claire

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Mar'13

Atleast DELF A2 Level Required by International Export House

An Export house with global repute and offices in Noida & Meerut. As a apart of their expansion plan they are looking to hire candidates with French language expert as Merchandiser. If you are interested in placement in a company of global repute that can provide you with ample international exposure & growth opportunity, please forward us your genuine CVs / freshers can apply or candidates with 1-2 years experience who have completed at least DELF A2 level. To know more about us please visit our website www.shardaindia.com Thanks & wishes, Mamta Chaudhary 9718802626 www.shardaindia.com Team Frehindi

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