French B for the IB Diploma Second Edition

by Laetitia Chanéac-Knight, Lauren Léchelle, Sophie Jobson

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  • 9781510447349

Exam board: International Baccalaureate
Level: IB Diploma
Subject: French
First teaching: September 2018
First exams: Summer 2020

Develop competent communicators who can demonstrate a sound conceptual understanding of the language with a flexible course that ensures thorough coverage of the updated French B Guide and is designed to meet the needs of all IB students at Standard and Higher Level.

- Empower students to communicate confidently by exploring the five prescribed themes through authentic texts and skills practice at the right level, delivered in clear learning pathways.
- Ensure students are able to produce coherent written texts and deliver proficient presentations with grammar and vocabulary introduced in context and in relation to appropriate spoken and written registers.
- Improve receptive skills with authentic written texts, audio recordings spoken at a natural pace, and carefully crafted reading and listening tasks.
- Promote global citizenship, intercultural understanding and an appreciation of Francophone cultures through a wide range of text types and cultural material from around the world.
- Deliver effective practice with a range of structured tasks within each unit that build reading, listening, speaking and writing skills.
- Establish meaningful links to TOK and CAS, and identify learner profile attributes in action.

The audio for the Student Book is FREE to download from www.hoddereducation.com/ibextras


  • Hodder Education; January 2019
  • ISBN: 9781510447349
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  • Title: French B for the IB Diploma Second Edition
  • Author: Laetitia Chanéac-Knight; Lauren Léchelle; Sophie Jobson
  • Imprint: Hodder Education
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  • 9781510447349

About The Author

Lauren Léchelle is a French native speaker, experienced teacher, author and IB examiner. She is currently teaching at Headington School in Oxford.