The Easy French
The Easy French
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Best homeschool French curriculum
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Great Commission Languages Mandate

Great Commission Languages products are more than French and Spanish curriculum that are homeschooler friendly.

We have a mandate to prepare future generations for the Great Commission to the French and Spanish speaking people of the world.

How, you ask?

The frequency word list has been prepared from two different versions of the French or Spanish Bible, in addition to wholesome children’s stories and songs. This will guarantee that the student will be learning vocabulary that will prepare him for scripture memorization and witnessing.

The Easy French

The curriculum takes the student on adventures with a French family to a number of French speaking countries. At first we go to France, then Canada for Level I. Level II sees the main character, Marie, maturing and taking an interest in missions. She travels to a number of poorer French nations to minister and help the families and missionaries. The stories are light and do not push missions, but certainly show children one possible reason to learn the language.

The main character’s younger brother, François, grows up to hold an important position in business and government. His knowledge of English and French serve him well for the commission that the Lord has given him. Again, we see missions in a different light; to the poor in spirit.

The curriculum also contains many idioms, cultural stories, games and songs that will only aid the future missionary to communicate better with the French speaking world.

The Easy Spanish

The curriculum takes the student on adventures with a Spanish family to a number of Spanish speaking countries. At first we go to Mexico, with Venuzualan cousins visiting for Level I. Level II sees the main characters, Belicia and Marita, maturing and taking an interest in missions. They travel to a number of poorer Spanish nations to minister and help the families and missionaries. The stories are light and do not push missions, but certainly show children one possible reason to learn the language.

The curriculum also contains many idioms, cultural stories, games and songs that will only aid the future missionary to communicate better with the Spanish speaking world.

In Conclusion

As we view every subject with the Lord’s heart, I believe we will see His purpose in everything we and our children learn. If your only goal right now is to meet your foreign language teaching requirement, then that's totally ok. It's our hope that this curriculum will, however, also provide the tools needed if any of your children should someday choose to witness to the French or Spanish speaking people of the world.