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November course

  • October 19, 2018

If you have missed the beginning of our Fall Term, don’t worry, we offer an interesting range of courses starting in November! Just check the list and join our huge community of French speakers!

  • For your young ones (3-5 y.o.): let them discover the magical sounds of French through a short introductory course. Classes are held at our Jordan center.
    • Mon                     2.30pm-4pm      November 12 start JORDAN
  • For adult beginners: whether you are free in the morning, in the afternoon, at night on week days or on the week-end, we have something for you! Check out the schedule for both Wan Chai and Jordan center here:




  • Mon / Fri – 10am-1pm
  • Mon / Fri – 9.30am-12.30pm
  • Mon / Wed – 1.30pm-4.30pm
  • Tue / Thurs – 1.30pm-4.30pm
  • Mon / Fri – 6.30pm-9.30pm
  • Mon / Wed – 6.30pm-9.30pm


  • Sunday – 9.30am-12.30pm / 1.30pm-4.30pm

All classes start between November 12 and November 18.

  • For students of higher levels (B1 and above): join one of our infamous workshops! After years of success in Wan Chai, our TV5 workshop is coming to Jordan. Learn French with TV5 every Friday night in Jordan, you will love it! If you prefer to chat rather than to watch videos in class, join our ‘Conversation workshop’ and have a great time talking about your favorite topics in French. It’s every Wednesday at 7pm at our Jordan center.
    • Apprendre avec TV5MONDE workshop                                Fri          8pm       November 9 start
    • Focus on Speaking - Conversation workshop                              Wed      7pm       November 7 start

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About our courses for Toddlers

  • October 3, 2018

As early as 18 months, Children can be exposed to a foreign language as their natural abilities help them to master a language rapidly and easily while boosting the intellectual competencies. Babies classes follow rituals that are important for children, help them to develop their motricity while being immersed into the French language. Classes are very much focused on a multi-sensory approach, feeding the curiosity of the children with their learning environment.
One adult (ideally the mother or the father) attends the class, creating a bond between the child and the parent. It's not required that the parents speak French.
Toddlers 1 (18 to 24 months) - parent can attend the class
Toodlers 2 (24 to 36 months) - parents don't attend the class
A specific theme is developed for a more efficient vocabulary process. We encourage learning through creativity e.g child’s literature, visual arts, arts and crafts, singing and dancing. AFHK uses multiple intelligences as a tool for teaching different styles of learning in the classroom, to embrace the diversity of kid’s skills.

Typical class:
Greetings and welcome ritual
Activities : songs, creative activities 

Learning process - click on image

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A new textbook for our toddlers! Les petits loustics

  • July 14, 2018

From July 16th, Alliance Française uses a brand-new textbook in the course for preschooler leanrers !
LES PETITS LOUSTICS 1 is an enlightening textbook for introductory courses in French. It suits students of multiple levels with great flexibility. Through a variety of games, songs, stories and body movements, it provides kids with a world of playful learning, inspiring their imagination, as well as motivating their further exploration of the fantastic world of French.
The entire course includes 6 units with different topics of self, body, daily objects, nature and food. Generally, each unit will take around 15 hours for learning and practicing.


- Classroom vocabularies
- Counting
- Daily greeting and conversations
- French phonetic sense
- Simple description of objects, actions, feelings and opinions

A quick glance of the textbook

Unité 1 : Moi
Unit 1: Me

Leçon 1 : Qui es-tu ? – Saluer·Répondre aux questions C’est qui ? et Qui es-tu ?·Découvrir et nommer trois personnages : Léon, Sophie, Pablo
Lesson 1: Who are you? – Greet·Respond to questions Who is it? and Who are you?·Discover and name three personages: Léon, Sophie, Pablo

Leçon 2 : C’est qui ? C’est quoi ? – Compter jusqu’a 3·Répondre à la question C’est quoi ?·Répondre aux questions C’est qui ? et Qui es-tu ?
Lesson 2: Who is it? What is it? – Count to 3·Respond to question What is it? ·Respond to questions Who is it? and Who are you?

Leçon 3 : Comment ça va ? – Dire comment ça va
Lesson 3: How are you? – Say how are you

Leçon 4 : Il était une fois Baluchon et ses amis : Bonjour Gédéon ! – Suivre une courte histoire en français
Lesson 4: Once upon a time Little Bundle and its friends: Hello Gédéon! ·Follow a short story in French

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About our courses for Teenagers

  • May 28, 2018

Our Approach
Our highly qualified teachers strive to provide excellent lessons in a fun and friendly environment. Classes are taught in French as much as possible in order to maximise exposure. The small number of students in each class ensures everyone has the opportunity to participate. Cutting edge teaching techniques, varied language resources, engaging activities, a refined curriculum and a positive teaching approach are among the many ways we ensure the best results for your children.
Courses for teenagers provide our younger learners with the opportunity to learn French through a stimulating program. Students will discover the French language and culture and practise speaking through a range of stimulating activities.
Our primary goal is to give teens enough confidence to cope with real life situations. This is achieved through meaningful exercises, such as creative role-plays, simulations, surveys, projects, discussions and task based activities. If the emphasis is on speaking and listening, nevertheless reading and writing are also important parts of the courses and grammar remains an essential component.

What makes the High School Students’ courses at Alliance française a real PLUS?
Our courses complement the school curriculum: new activities and resources are implemented so that the teens can put into practice what they have learnt at school, work around their difficulties and extend their knowledge of French.
Students benefit from a complete immersion in French with our experienced teachers.
Our teachers are aware of the high schools’ curriculum; they know the expectations and goals of the Cambridge’s IGSCE French, as well as the different types of IB French exams (from the ‘ab initio’ exam to the IB Higher French exam). They will help the students overcome their difficulties and extend their knowledge to get a head start. 

  • An action-oriented approach: each lesson ends with a task to interact with all written and oral skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking)
  • A clear progression, with well-defined objectives, based on the Common European Framework for Languages (CEFL), the reference for language learning.
  • A programme that prepares students to take the DELF diplomas, the official language diplomas awarded by the French Ministry of Education, thus giving them an official and international recognition of their level in French.


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A coursebook for teenagers aged 11-16 covering A1 to B1 of the CEFR. 'Adosphère' adopts an active, task-based approach which encourages students to immerse themselves in the lives of the teenagers who appear in the books. Students will learn French and develop core language skills as they become immersed in the relationships, discoveries, and personalities of each teen. Each lesson finishes with a task for the students to complete through interactions.

o        Easy to use: 1 lesson = 1 double page.
o        An action-oriented approach with a final task in every lesson.
o        An interdisciplinary focus adapted to each level of the course with the "Apprendre à apprendre" and "Mes matières en français" sections.
o        A literary text per module for levels 3 and 4.
o        A mock DELF assessment in each module.

A complete pedagogical kit, offered for 4 levels.


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About our courses for Children

  • May 28, 2018

Your child will enjoy our fun and fully immersive French classes tailored to its age group and abilities. Young learners will study French through playful activities and will build a solid foundation in the four core areas: speaking, reading, writing and listening.

Ludo et ses amis"
Ludo et ses amis, 2 et 3"
is a multisensorial French course, which introduces pupils to speaking and listening in the language through a multitude of short activities.The course progresses in the form of a spiral, with previous material being revisited at strategic points through the use of games, songs, rhymes and a story. The wealth of course materials invigorates and facilitates class work for both pupils and teacher. To view sample pages from the course, please click on the following link:


Check this document for AFHK kids curriculum 


From this level, we follow the Common European Framework of References for Language - CEFRL 
Level A1.1: E101 - E201
Level A1: E201 - E205 

After completing level A1, learners can:

- understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type.
- introduce yourself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has.
- interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.



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About our courses for Preschoolers

  • May 17, 2018

Classes are conducted in French for greater immersion, in small classes to give each child a maximum attention. Our curriculum based on new textbook Les Petits Loustics and colorful storybooks is taught in French by experienced native French-speaking teachers, to create a safe and joyful environment so the kids can interact in French with each other and participate actively.
A specific theme is developed for a more efficient vocabulary process. We encourage learning through creativity e.g child’s literature, visual arts, arts and crafts, singing and dancing. AFHK uses multiple intelligences as a tool for teaching different styles of learning in the classroom, to embrace the diversity of kid’s skills.

Typical class:
Greetings and welcome ritual
Snack time


Why your kid should learn French ?

Article - - SourceWritten par Alliance Francaise Singapour

Many of our children are already overburdened with enrichment activities, so don’t sign your little one up for everything. Be selective and choose the right course for him – such as French language classes.
A study of six-month-old babies in Singapore revealed something you probably won’t find surprising:
Children who are exposed to two or more languages have a greater intellectual advantage over monolingual children. The study, which is part of a long-term project known as Growing Up In Singapore Towards Healthy Outcomes (Gusto), is a partnership between the Agency for Science, Technology and Research’s Singapore Institute for Clinical Studies, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, and the National University Health System.

The study, which started in 2009, showed that bilingual kids have better memory and cognitive ability than their monolingual peers; they’re also able to focus better. Being able to speak, read and write in another language can also help your child become a “global citizen” later in life. After all, it’s no secret that polyglots are more successful, and more confident when it comes to dealing with other cultures and living, studying and working internationally.

The younger a child is, the better his ability to pick up another language, but even if your kid is in primary or secondary school, it won’t hurt to enrol him in an additional language course. Why French? With more than 220 million speakers across five continents, the language is the sixth most widely spoken language in the world after English. It’s also said to be one of the easiest languages for English speakers to pick up.
References: Why we still need French ?



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APRIL 2018 : Introducing new textbooks

  • March 2, 2018

from April 2018, Alliance Française de Hongkong will use two new texbooks :  EDITO from Didier Edition. 
 favors an authentic communicative task-based approach, through which the learner will develop interacting know-how.

  • A strict and efficient division according to the levels of the European framework for languages, the widely used passport for languages.
  • A great freedom and flexibility of use, with simplicity and variety.
  • An anchor in the reality of everyday life of Francophones through authentic and accessible documents
  • A communicative and action oriented approach with systematic reuse in different skills and a "tech workshop" based on the use of technologies (levels A1 and A2).
  • EDITO is much structured and clear for the learner: progressive and comprehensive grammar sections, vocabulary interactive lists, monitored phonetics.

  • All skills are covered all along the course, oral and written, and always give sense to what students acquire.
  • A playful approach with specific sections (Détente), a game board of the goose to review the contents of each level (levels A1 and A2) + a deck of cards (downloadable) are proposed as supplementary material.
  • Original tips and sections on stereotypes (Oh le cliché), on culture (Au fait)
  • An inclusive preparation to international exam DELF and a focus on strategies.
  • A free-access platform to retrieve your skills and learning at Didier FLE Nomade.
  • Communicating, communicating, communicating !  while acquiring solid grounds are some keywords for the series.

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From April 2018 : a new curriculum (A1 ~ A2)

  • February 28, 2018

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Mid-term Intensive Beginner Courses for Adults

  • January 24, 2018

Winter Mid-term Intensive course: 26/02 - 29/03/2018

Missed our winter term registration? Here is your second chance to register for our midterm beginner intensive courses for adults!  Learn the French basics with our professional native teachers! Complete A1.1 level or A1.1 & A1.2 levels in only 5 weeks! 
9 mid-term courses available in our 3 centres. 

Enroll online
It is recommended to register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.


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Formations pour enseigner le français FLE

  • November 17, 2017

​​En plus des formations continues qu'elle organise pour son équipe de professeurs, l'Alliance Francaise de Hong Kong est centre d'examens pour les masters 1 et 2 de didactique de l'enseignement du FLE  (universités Grenoble/Alpes, La Réunion, Nantes et d'autres...). Veuillez consulter le répertoire des masters en didactique de FLE.
L'Aliance Française de Hong Kong organise également le diplôme privé du DAEFLE


Le DAEFLE, (Diplôme d'Aptitude à l'Enseignement du Français Langue Seconde), est un diplôme privé à visée professionnelle. Il est élaboré par l’Alliance Française Paris Ile-de-France et diffusé par le Centre National d'Enseignement à Distance (CNED).
Plus d'information - DAEFLE

  • ATELIERS des mercredis à Jordan

Nouvelle session : mercredi 27 février 2019  - 13h30 - 15h30

"Focus sur la production écrite" Comment diversifier l'approche de la production écrite et de stimuler la motivation des apprenants ? Focus sur la production écrite demandée dans différents niveaux du CECRL : rappel de la pédagogie du projet, des réalisations de classe, des écrits d'apprenants, types d'écrits, types de support, choix de techniques et d’exercices 
Formateur : David Cordina, directeur des cours. 
Contact - inscriptions : Branda Chan 
Médiathèque - Centre de Jordan

"La photographie numérique en classe de langues" - samedi 3 novembre 2018- 14h - Novembre numérique
"Utiliser Instagram et Whatsapp en classe de langue" - mercredi 25 avril 2018 - 13h30 - 16h

Cet atelier s'adresse à des enseignants de langue vivante et notamment de français langue étrangère (publics adolescents ou adultes) qui cherchent à créer des projets motivants et ludiques par l'usage pédagogique des réseaux sociaux. A partir d'un cadre méthodologique cohérent, les participants seront amenés à participer, puis à créer un projet pour lequel ils identifieront les principes pédagogiques mis en oeuvre. 
 "L'unité didactique en action" - mercredi 31 janvier 2019 13h30 - 15h30 
Cet atelier s'adresse à des enseignants de français langue étrangère (publics adolescents ou adultes) qui ont peu ou pas d’expérience et qui cherchent à consolider leurs bases concernant l’élaboration d’un cadre méthodologique cohérent en classe. Les participants seront d’abord amenés à identifier les principes pédagogiques décrits dans le cadre européen commun de référence pour les langues (CECRL). À la lumière de ces données, les participants analyseront une unité de manuel. Ils vérifieront la pertinence des outils pédagogiques proposés. Ils organiseront les activités proposées pour les inscrire dans un cadre méthodologique cohérent. 
 15/11/2017 -Teaching with creative apps   Novembre numérique

HongKong FLE

  • Formation : examiner et corriger les épreuves du DALF - niveaux C1/C2

L’Alliance Française de Hong Kong organise régulièrement des formations d’habilitation DELF/DALF. Prochaine formation : 21, 28 et 29 novembre pour les niveaux C1/C2.
Cette formation est ouverte à des enseignants engagés dans la passation du DELF et du DALF dans un centre d’examen agréé mais également à des professionnels non rattachés à un centre d’examen agréé, qui souhaiteraient, à titre individuel, obtenir l’habilitation d’examinateur-correcteur DELF – DALF.
Le candidat à l’habilitation devra dans tous les cas :
- être habilité pour les niveaux DELF A1, A2, B1, B2.
Rappel des prérequis généraux. 
- être titulaire d’un master 2 (ou équivalent) en didactique du français langue étrangère ou des langues étrangères ;
- ou être titulaire d’une maîtrise en français langue étrangère (avant la réforme LMD)
- ou d’un diplôme d’enseignement du français langue étrangère et avoir une expérience significative de plus de 2 ans dans l’enseignement du français langue étrangère ;
- ou avoir une expérience significative de plus de 3 ans de l’enseignement du français langue étrangère.

Formation annuelle février 2018

Enseigner le français aux enfants - 20 et 21 février 2018 - département langue française du CIEP

Formatrice : Ghislaine Bellocq Réservée aux enseignants de l'Alliance française. 
Cette formation vise l'acquisition d'une démarche méthodologique pour organiser des situations d'apprentissage du FLE adaptées au jeune public (de 4 à 10 ans). Dans un premier temps, les participants seront amenés à analyser des situations d'apprentissage pour en déterminer la structure. Dans un deuxième temps, ils concevront des outils pédagogiques pour animer des situations d'apprentissage et, enfin, identifieront des outils pour évaluer une situation d'apprentissage.
A l’issue de la formation, les participants seront en mesure d'organiser des séquences didactiques motivantes, en relation avec les méthodes utilisées ou à partir de documents authentiques pour des enfants. Cette formation vise l’acquisition de connaissances et la maîtrise de compétences pour créer des situations d’apprentissage motivantes adaptées aux enfants : organiser, animer et évaluer des séquences didactiques dans une perspective de type actionnel.
La formation est conçue selon une approche où alternent les séances d’applications pratiques et d’apports méthodologiques. Le développement de séquences didactiques donnera lieu à des travaux de groupes, à partir d’outils divers (chansons, jeux de doigts, albums, œuvres d’art, vidéos).

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