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AP French Class for Online High School Students
In the AP French Language course, students increase their command of French through speaking, listening, reading, and writing exercises. They study vocabulary, grammar, and cultural aspects of the language, then apply what they've learned in extensive written and spoken exercises. By the end of the course, students will have an expansive vocabulary and a solid, working knowledge of all verb forms and tenses.
As the equivalent of a college-level language course, AP French Language prepares students for the AP Exam and for further study of French language, culture, or literature.
Listening - Students will understand the main idea and supporting details of spoken language that incorporates familiar vocabulary and structures and respond appropriately.
Reading - Students will understand selected written materials on various topics.
Speaking - Students will apply knowledge of French pronunciation and intonation patterns in various situations.
Writing - Students will respond to statements or questions in French; write compositions and engage in conversations on selected topics, which incorporate description, detail and accurate grammatical structures.
Culture - Students will explain how aspects of the French-speaking culture differ from their own and discuss the influence of the French-speaking culture in the global community.
This is a NCAA-Certified Class
eAchieve Academy is an official NCAA-approved online school and this online Advanced Placement French class meets the NCAA core course requirements. To see the full list of NCAA-approved online high school courses offered by eAchieve Academy, visit the NCAA Eligibility Center (use school code #502388).
Learn Everything About Taking AP Classes Online
Whether you're planning to enroll at eAchieve full-time or just part-time to take advantage of AP classes that aren't offered at your high school, you probably have questions. Taking AP courses online is a great way to get ahead in your education on your schedule.
Are AP classes worth it?
Yes they are. AP courses are a great way to challenge yourself academically, and the educational and financial benefits are obvious. By taking on AP classes in high school you make yourself stand out to college admissions staff as someone who is willing to work hard for their education. You also stand to save potentially thousands of dollars in tuition money by earning college credit in high school.
How hard are AP classes?
AP classes are challenging, but if you put in the work you can succeed. AP classes are considered indroductory level college classes, which means that the content covered is more challenging, more in depth, and requires more study time. Students who diligently keep up with their studies will have no trouble achieving their academic goals in AP classes from eAchieve Academy.
How do AP classes work?
AP courses are merely accelerated versions of standard high school classes. Unlike traditional classes, AP counts as college credit, and the final test at the end of the semester is a statewide standardized test, as opposed to a test written by your teacher. AP classes are more in depth and require more study time, but the rewards are worth the extra effort.
Can I take online AP Classes?
Yes you can! eAchieve Academy offers FREE online AP courses for Wisconsin high school students. Taking AP online is a great way to get acces to coursework that might not be available in your school district. Our AP classes are available to part-time students who wish to take one or two classes online, as well as full-time eAchieve Academy students.
How many AP classes should I take each year?
The amount of AP credits you take depends on your academic goals. We recommend an AP schedule that progressively becomes more challenging as students near graduation. Ultimately it's up to you to decide how many you need to reach your goals, and how many you can take without becoming overwhelmed by the more intense workload.
What's the difference between AP and regular classes?
AP classes are in many ways just accelerated traditional high school classes. The biggest difference you'll notice is the workload. AP courses demand more study hours, more in-depth work and tougher subject matter. The other difference is how AP affects your long term education. Advanced placement classes help you get into universities, and potentially save you thousands on tuition in college.
What Are the Pros and Cons of AP Courses?
When it comes to AP courses, you get out what you put in. AP classes require much more work as the class content is more difficult, the study hours are longer and the tests are harder. But for diligent students, the rewards are well worth the cost. Completion of AP courses means more choices in colleges and potentially thousands of dollars in savings on tuition.
How does the Weighted AP GPA Work?
The GPA system for AP classes is set up to reward students who challenge themselves. In AP classes students can achieve a 5.0 for perfect scores, which makes it possible to pull their overall GPA up higher than 4.0. This system allows diligent students to increase their GPA, and avoids punishing students for less than perfect scores on more difficult classes.
How do you take online AP classes outside high school?
Wisconsin students can enroll part-time at eAchieve in AP classes that might not be available in their home districts. Any Wisconsin high school student can enroll in eAchieve Academy for FREE and gain the benefit of AP classes that they might not have access to in brick-and-mortar schools.
What are the best AP classes?
If it’s your first time taking an AP class, you should consider the school subjects you’ve always done well in or have a strong interest in. For students who already have plans for higher education and a career, you can choose AP classes to prepare you for your intended college major.
Is AP French available for homeschool students?
Yes: All online AP classes at eAchieve Academy are open to homeschooled students. With our part-time enrollment option, students can attend their brick and mortar school or homeschool and still take one or two online classes with us.
Is AP French as hard as taking French in college?
Considering just the difficulty level of AP classes vs college classes, AP classes are designed to be about as difficult as an introductory level college class. Of course the learning environment, your overall courseload and the instructor’s teaching style will factor in as well.
Will taking AP French help with college applications?
Taking AP courses in high school can help your college application stand out, as long as you’re able to earn satisfactory grades and exam scores. Just enrolling in AP classes without meeting expectations won’t be enough.
How can I manage multiple AP classes?
Developing strong organizational and time management skills is key to managing multiple AP classes successfully. Succeeding in multiple AP classes in high school is a good way to prepare for college-level academics.
Which is better: AP French or dual enrollment?
AP classes and dual enrollment can both help high schoolers preparing for higher education. If earning college credit in high school is your main motivation, it’s important to know if your intended college accepts dual enrollment credit.
Get started on your path to success by enrolling in eAchieve Academy AP classes today