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Callaway Center C202
Woodruff Library 875
Content: This beginning level course gives you the advantage of an immersion method by presenting native French speakers in real-life settings. The basis of the curriculum is a video/audio program, French in Action, with an unfolding mystery story. You will follow the characters as they move through France. You will learn living French that has not been simplified. At the same time, the program is structured so that you will acquire the new language efficiently. Course work is supplemented by the on-line software program, Oh là là … quelle aventure! Discovering Basic French. French 101 meets FOUR TIMES a week to maximize the development of communicative proficiency in French.
Assessment: 40% of the final grade is based on weekly quizzes; 20% of final grade is based on compositions; 20% of the final grade is based on daily class work; and 20% on two oral examinations
Required Textbooks, Articles, and Resources
- French in Action. ISBN: 9780300058215 (latest edition).
- French in Action Workbook Part I. ISBN: 9780300058222 (latest edition).
- Oh là là . . . quelle aventure! Discovering Basic French. ISBN: website: learnfrenchwithjt.com.
Recommended Textbooks, Articles, and Resources
- Système D Version 3.0. ISBN: 0-8384-0049-3.
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