Master IBDP FRENCH with our POINTS Edulab

At POINTS Edulabs, we specialize in guiding students through the complexities of the IBDP French curriculum. Our approach is designed to make mastering French not just achievable but also engaging and enjoyable. We understand that every student’s learning journey is unique, and our tailored programs reflect this. From foundational concept building to advanced practice, we cover every aspect of the IBDP French course, ensuring our students are fully prepared for their assessments and can apply their knowledge with confidence.



Our teaching methodology

At POINTS Edulabs, our approach to teaching IBDP Mathematics includes:

  1. Customized Road Map
    Tailoring learning experiences to individual student needs.
  2. Concept Building
    Laying a strong foundation in both language and cultural contexts.
  3. Practice Worksheets
    Reinforcing learning through diverse and practical exercises.
  4. Doubt Solving
    Providing personalized attention to clarify and overcome learning hurdles.
  5. Practice Tests
    Regular assessments to track progress and prepare for exams.

About curriculum

Why IBDP French Matters
French is a dynamic language to understand and learn cultural understanding and global communication. Proficiency in French opens doors to numerous French-speaking regions worldwide, enhancing students’ global perspective and career opportunities. The course is designed to develop strong communication skills and an appreciation of the richness of French culture, which is crucial in our interconnected world.
What is the structure of IBDP FRENCH Curriculum
The IBDP French curriculum is diverse and engaging, encompassing various modules that focus on real-world communication skills and cultural understanding. For instance, The IBDP French curriculum focuses on the introduction, general topics, grammar, phrases, verbs, sentences, and much more all in French. This comprehensive approach ensures students are well-prepared for different components of the exam, such as Paper 1 (writing), Paper 2 (reading and listening), and the individual oral assessment, by developing their Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing (LSRW) skills.

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