French Virtual One-Week Sessions | Concordia Language Villages

French One-Week Virtual Villages | Ages 8-18

Villagers ages 8-18 can now participate in one-week Virtual Village sessions throughout the summer — one session or a whole summer’s worth!

French one-week Virtual Village provides two and one-half hours of online, interactive immersion in French each day, Monday-Friday. Villagers will be grouped by age and language level and each week will be based on a different theme. 

Sessions will meet between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Central; a final schedule will be posted soon!

Summer 2021 Themes:

  • Desserts (Les Desserts):  FB11V, FB51V
    • Treat yourself to a week of French language learning as you discuss and taste sweet dishes from around the francophone world. Villagers at all levels will be able to learn and talk about desserts and sweets popular in French-speaking countries around the world.
  • Ecotourism (l’Ecotourisme): FB21V, FB61V
    • Pack your linguistic bags for a virtual adventure in the great outdoors of several French-speaking countries. Villagers at all levels will explore and talk about how to hike, ski or paddle through nature abroad while leaving the smallest trace possible behind.
  • Francophone Celebrations (Les Fêtes Francophones): FB31V, FB71V
    • Get ready to celebrate! Polish your French skills as you learn about and participate in several holidays that are celebrated around the francophone world. Villagers at all levels will discover and discuss national holidays, traditions and more.
  • Let’s Play Together! (Jouons Ensemble!): FB41V, FB81V
    • Lace up your cleats or test your luck for a fun week of learning French through sports and games. Whether it’s sports, board games or other fun activities from the francophone world, villagers at all levels will be able to improve their French through play.

Have more questions? Check out our one-week session FAQ or request more information.

Concordia Language Villages reserves the right to consolidate or cancel sessions that are below minimum enrollment levels.