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|Title: ||FREN 201-01, Intermediate French, Spring 2008|
|Authors: ||Halasz, Alison|
|Date Issued: ||4-Apr-2008|
|Series/Report no.: ||Syllabi CRN|
|Abstract: ||The goal of this course is to help you develop and expand your skills for understanding
and producing French, both spoken and written, and building socio-cultural competency
for communicating with people in the francophone world. Since this course focuses on
communication, it is extremely important to speak only French in the classroom in order
to maximize your opportunities to use the language.
Course objectives for French 201:
• Speak French with enough accuracy to ask and answer questions on a variety of
topics. Move beyond “survival” French and use French to develop ideas and
descriptions into complete sentences with increasing accuracy and decreasing
• Comprehend the main idea and some supporting details of short conversations
(spontaneous or recorded) in French.
• Read and understand the main idea and most details in literary and non-literary
• Write longer paragraphs that demonstrate use of transition and that are more
cohesive than simple phrases, typical of writing at the elementary level.
• Have a better understanding of French and francophone cultures, and their
cultural implications on written texts and visual images.
• Have mastered basic grammatical structures and develop a better understanding of
how French functions as a language.|
|Description: ||This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.|
|Appears in Collections:||French. Syllabi|
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