DELF scolaire [fr]

DELF examiner and marker training programme

Training sessions are held annually for French teachers hoping to introduce DELF scolaire to their schools. On passing the training, participants receive official DELF examiner/marker accreditation.

- Participation is free of charge for registered New Zealand French teachers and Alliance Française teachers and bilingual French sections.

- No travel grants available for participants. A new stage can be open if needed.

DELF examiners , including DELF prim (for elementary schools)

Eligibility: the session is aimed at French teachers in New Zealand primary, secondary schools, University or Alliances Françaises as well as bilingual French sections.
Participants must have a minimum level of:

• B1 in French on the CEFRL scale for a A1-A2 session
• B2 in French on the CEFRL scale for a A1-A2-B1 session
• C1 in French on the CEFRL scale for a A1-A2-B1- B2 session

The session covers the following topics:
• Introduction to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL)
• Introduction to DELF – DALF examinations
• Analysis of written and oral tests
• Conducting DELF oral examinations
• Marking DELF written papers
• Evaluating students’ oral and written productions

After successfully completing this training, participants will receive a certificate of accreditation from Centre International d’Etudes Pédagogiques (CIEP) valid for 5 years.

Beginning of session: Friday at 12.30pm (dates in registration forms below)
End of session: Sunday at 4pm (dates in registration forms below)

DALF examiners
Eligibility: the session is aimed at French teachers in New Zealand primary, secondary schools, University or Alliances Françaises as well as bilingual French sections.
Participants must have a minimum level of:

-  already certified DELF B2 examiners
-  Participants must have a minimum level of C1 in French on the CEFRL scale.

The session covers the following topics:
• Introduction to DALF examinations
• Analysis of written and oral tests
• Conducting DALF oral examinations
• Marking DALF written papers
• Evaluating students’ oral and written productions

For more information, contact pascale.seignolles[a]diplomatie.gouv.fr

2018 DELF/DALF training sessions registration

Wellington

DELF: 14, 15 and 16 of April 2018 registrations close on March 16
DALF: 28 and 29 of April 2018, registrations close March 30

Christchurch

May 2018, registrations close April 14 2018

Dunedin

DELF: June 2018, registrations close May 31 2018
DALF: June 2018, registrations close May 31 2018

2018 DELF school registration

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Delf scolaire brochure (pdf, 1.Mb)

DELF scolaire examinations are proving increasingly popular with New Zealand schools and students. 378 pupils from 38 schools took tests in September 2016 in nine schools accredited as exam centres. DELF scolaire exams will be held on Saturday, August 11, 2018.

DELF scolaire is coordinated in New Zealand by the French Embassy in partnership with the Alliance Française network, International Languages Exchanges Pathways (ILEP), and the New Zealand Association of French Teachers (NZAFT).

Join the DELF scolaire network in 2018!

By having your school join this programme as an accredited examination centre or a participating school, you could offer your French-learning students from Year 10 to Year 13 the fantastic opportunity to gain an internationally recognised qualification issued by the French Ministry of Education.

registration form for new and returning schools

  • Please indicate the approximate number of students from your school likely to sit the DELF scolaire exam in 2018 for each of the following levels.
    Only a rough approximation is required at this stage – if actual numbers differ significantly, please notify us as early as possible

For detailed information about DELF scolaire:
For any enquiries or if you would like to discuss joining the programme this year, please contact pascale.seignolles@diplomatie.gouv.fr

2018 DELF scolaire key dates

DELF scolaire student registration form 2018 (pdf, 115kb)

2018 key dates (table)

DELF scolaire timeline 2018
By 30 AprilRegistration of participating schools
March to May - Promotional brochures and enrolment forms for students and application for registration as a participating school are online
- Information to schools
- Teachers inform students about DELF scolaire
- Interested students fill out individual enrolment forms.
- Teachers collect the forms as well as the fees paid by the students
11 May Deadline for schools to accept students’ enrolments
31 May Deadline for participating schools to complete and send their lists of enrolled students to their assigned exam centre
22 June Deadline for Exam centres to transfer lists of enrolled students and fees (from participating schools as well as their own) to their coordinating Alliance Française
By 1st July - Gestion Centrale provides links to exam materials to all Alliances Françaises to transfer to exam center

- All plannings and teams of markers are locally completed in liaison with their coordinating Alliance Française
By 10 July - Exam centres duplicate exam papers and keep them under closed envelops (by subjects and numbers of candidates/rooms)
- all necessary exam materials and equipments is ready
- Gestion centrale send a reminder of administrative procedures to follow on the day of exam to Alliance Française/exam center
Sat. 11 August Exam session
Mid-September Exam centre coordinators send students’ results to their coordinating Alliance Française
End of September - Provisional DELF certificates are issued to successful candidates by Alliances françaises
- Teachers/students check names/date and country of birth/nationality

2018 DELF key dates (pdf, 75kb)

Dernière modification : 21/02/2018

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