This full day PL workshop will equip participants with the skills to effectively assess the VCE French Units 1 and 3. You will gain a better understanding of the skills students need to develop and will learn strategies that enable you to create appropriate assessment tasks.
Venue Catholic Leadership Centre, 576
Victoria Parade, East Melbourne Vic 3002
Date Monday 19 February 2024
Time 9.00am to 3.30pm
Bookings close Monday 12 February
Early bird rates (Ends Thursday 1 February)
AFTV members government schools | $75
AFTV members independent or Catholic schools | $100
Non AFTV members government schools | $125
Non AFTV member independent or Catholic schools | $150
AFTV members government schools | $100
AFTV members independent or Catholic schools | $125
Non AFTV members government schools | $150
Non AFTV member independent or Catholic schools | $175
PLEASE NOTE If you require an invoice for your finance department, please click here to access the AFTV proforma invoice. The purpose of this invoice is for you to fill it out and give to your finance department to make an online payment by credit card. We don't have an EFT facility for payments.
During the workshops you will have a chance to design your own outcomes so please come with laptops and your curriculum / themes and subtopics.
9.20am Official welcome
10.45am Morning tea break
11.00am Workshop - Unit 1
12.45pm Workshop - Unit 3
2.00pm Afternoon tea break
3.30pm PL concludes
Lucie Dickens has over 20 years teaching French to Junior and Secondary students. Since 2012, Lucie has been teaching French at Kilvington Grammar School. In her roles as Academic Dean of Languages and Director of the Global Connections Program, her passion is to support and promote the teaching of languages. This is also reflected in her involvement with the AFTV and her role as vice-president. Lucie has many years of experience as a VCAA assessor for the written and oral examinations.
Nathalie Marchand is a passionate and accomplished Language educator and certified Professional translator, and has been actively involved in language education at secondary and primary levels for over 23 years.
With various Language and educational degrees, she has extensive experience teaching GCSE and A level French in the UK, and the MYP, PYP, IB and VCE French courses in two independent Victorian schools since 2007. Nathalie has acquired an extensive knowledge and experience in developing engaging teaching strategies and designing curriculum through her roles as head of department for French, year level coordinator and author, examiner and content consultant on teaching and learning material for the Quoi de Neuf? Series.
THIS ACTIVITY IS PRESENTED AND SUBSIDISED BY THE AFTV (THROUGH DET FUNDING)