French Literature Masterclass for Sixth-Formers


From 10am until 12:30pm

Oxford University would like to invite your students to a study skills workshop on the French literary texts you are studying in the sixth form for A-level, IB or other qualifications. The Modern Languages Faculty at Oxford would like to offer our literature-teaching experience for a master-class in literary analysis, available free of charge to sixth-formers and their teachers from Oxfordshire state schools. The workshop is particularly aimed at Year Twelve students, but Year Thirteen students are also very welcome to attend.


We propose to hold the masterclass on Tuesday 10 January at the Oxford University Modern Languages Faculty, Taylor Institution, St Giles, Oxford OX1 3NA, from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm. We would also like to invite teachers and students to lunch in an Oxford college, also free of charge, following the event, if you would like to join us.




10:00 am Welcome. Study Skills Session One: Working with a Literary Text


10:45 Refreshments


11:15 Study Skills Session Two: Group Work on Set Texts


12:30 End of skills sessions. Walk to college for lunch


2:00 pm Reconvene at Taylor Institution. Close.



We very much hope you and your students will be interested in attending the masterclass, which we’d like to make into an annual event. If you’d like to reserve places or register your interest, please follow this link


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