In addition to an excellent team of teachers, Lyceum Kennedy offers additional language support to help students strengthen their second language so that they can fully participate in all English and French programs. Conducted in small class sizes, this structure allows students to receive tailored instruction to help them feel more confident in the classroom.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
ESL classes are small (no more than 12 students) and are designed to teach English to students who do not use English as their native language. ESL instruction enables students to develop socially and academically, while achieving competency in the English language and eventually being integrated into the regular English classroom. The ESL teacher collaborates closely with the student’s English teacher in order to harmonize the themes of their lessons.
Français langue étrangère (FLE)/French as a Foreign Language
FLE classes are small (no more than 12 students) and are designed to teach French to students who do not use French as their native language. FLE instruction provides students with the basic verbal language skills that cannot be acquired outside of school and to reinforce their spoken and written mastery of the French language. A tailored plan for each student is created based on his or her level and needs.
One-to-one sessions support students who are challenged in math, reading, or writing. Students receive personalized support or small group tutoring focused on strengthening the skills needed to succeed in English class or French class.