French Language II W18 (FREN*1300) | College of Arts

French Language II W18 (FREN*1300)

Code and section: FREN*1300*01+02

Term: Winter 2018

Instructor: F. Arroyas + TBA

Details

Course objectives:

This course will build on the grammar theory and skills previously acquired in FREN*1200 or its equivalent; it is the prerequisite for further university‑level study in French. Contact hours (in class and in the lab) will be spent developing the four language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking through group tasks and activities, grammar exercises and individual writing assignments.

 

Learning outcomes:

A student successfully completing this course will be at the B1- (Threshold or Intermediate) Level and will be able to

  • understand the main points of clear standard French on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school and leisure
  • produce simple connected text on topics that are familiar or of personal interest
  • describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans

 

Requirements:

FREN*1200 or equivalent, such as grade 12 French Immersion.

 

Restrictions:

FREN*2030 This is a Priority Access Course. Some restrictions may apply during some time periods.

 

Textbooks:

Grammaire progressive du français: Avec 600 Exercices, CLÉ nouvelle édition

Roman for reading tba

 

Method of presentation:

3 Lectures and 1 lab/seminar

 

Evaluation method:

TBA

 

More information about the courses can be found in the Undergraduate Calendar

 

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