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|Title: ||FREN 202-01, Intermediate French, Fall 2004|
|Authors: ||Malkin, Shira|
|Date Issued: ||31-Jan-2008|
|Series/Report no.: ||Syllabi CRN|
|Abstract: ||French 202 is for students who have already attained a minimum level of proficiency in all four language skills: speaking, reading, writing and listening comprehension, as well as in cultural literacy.
In 202, these skills will be developed further in a variety of ways. While the traditional focus on grammar review will be a key component of this course, the emphasis will be put on lexical awareness, vocabulary acquisition, and on the notion of working/playing with words through reading and writing in an imaginative way. In addition to reading two novels in the original and viewing Francophone media programs and films, you will write short compositions (prose, poetry, play), record several "oral journals", participate in interactive class activities, and devote 30 minutes each week to French conversation practice with a partner outside of class. This course will be conducted in French and you are expected to speak only French in the classroom.|
|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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