Extended French Program

The aim of the Extended French program is to develop students’ French language knowledge and skills and to provide them with an understanding and appreciation of francophone culture in Canada and around the world. By the end of the four-year program, students will be able to converse freely on familiar topics; will be able to read – with the occasional help of a dictionary – books, magazines, and newspapers in French; and will be able to function in a French-speaking community.
Schools may grant a certificate in Extended French if the student has successfully completed the sequence of four courses in Extended French and a minimum of three courses in other subjects taught in French.

At Holy Trinity, students must earn a credit in each of the following courses in order to receive the Extended French Certificate:

Grade

Course Code

Course Name

Course Type

Prerequisite

9

FEF1DF

Extended French

Academic

Minimum of 1260 hours of instruction in French or equivalent

9

CGC1DF

Extended French – Canadian Geography

Academic

None

10

FEF2DF

Extended French

Academic

Grade 9 Extended French or French Immersion

10

CHC2DF

Extended French – – Canadian History

Academic

Grade 9 Extended French Canadian Geography

11

FEF3UF

Extended French

University

Grade 10 Extended French

11

HRT3MF

Extended French – World Religions

University/College

None

12

FEF4UF

Extended French

University

Grade 11 Extended French

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