Consistent reform helps school achieve remarkable outcomes in French proficiency tests
China-France School of Renmin University of China Suzhou Campus in SIP received a string of good news in the graduation season in June, with all of this year's undergraduate graduates passing the TFS8 test, a national standardized test of French language proficiency for non-native speakers, and a high pass rate in other French tests such as TCF and TEF.
The achievements, which hit the school's historical record, stem from the school's consistent reform in teaching and school management.
On the one hand, the school encourages Chinese and French teachers to work together to improve their teaching results, while offering them as many opportunities as possible to attend domestic and international training programs to acquire better teaching ability.
On the other hand, the school embraces a teaching mode that incorporates language study with other subjects to enhance students' ability in using language. It also organizes various events such as writing and speech contests for the students to practice and better their language skills.
July 5, 2018