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FREN3101A-L18

CRN: 60121

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3101B-L18

CRN: 60338

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3101C-L18

CRN: 60346

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3101D-L18

CRN: 60485

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3102A-L18

CRN: 60123

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3102B-L18

CRN: 60339

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3102C-L18

CRN: 60347

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3102D-L18

CRN: 60486

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3103A-L18

CRN: 60124

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3103B-L18

CRN: 60340

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3103C-L18

CRN: 60348

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3103D-L18

CRN: 60487

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3104A-L18

CRN: 60523

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3104B-L18

CRN: 60524

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3104C-L18

CRN: 60525

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3104D-L18

CRN: 60526

Beginning French I
Level 1 is intended for students with no or minimal previous experience with the French language. The course emphasizes communicative proficiency, with special attention to the development of oral and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights.

Classroom activities are varied and interactive and are focused on acquiring all four language aptitudes (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) simultaneously, and always in the context of a cultural narrative. Each lesson begins with a rapid flow of authentic French presented in realistic, everyday circumstances, supported by video presentations.

Free-form classroom interactions are balanced with structured grammar, vocabulary and phonetics drills. All in-class activities are task-based and put the students in real-life situations. By the end of this seven-week immersion program, students will be able to navigate a variety of real-world situations.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A1 - Livre + corrigés intégrés,
ISBN-13: 978-2011554321

FREN3201A-L18

CRN: 60527

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352.

FREN3201B-L18

CRN: 60528

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352.

FREN3201C-L18

CRN: 60529

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352.

FREN3202A-L18

CRN: 60530

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352

FREN3202B-L18

CRN: 60531

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352

FREN3202C-L18

CRN: 60532

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352

FREN3203A-L18

CRN: 60533

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352

FREN3203B-L18

CRN: 60534

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352

FREN3203C-L18

CRN: 60535

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352

FREN3204A-L18

CRN: 60536

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352

FREN3204B-L18

CRN: 60537

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352

FREN3204C-L18

CRN: 60538

Early Intermediate
Level 2 is designed for students who have already acquired basic French language skills (about 60 hours of French instruction). The course places special attention on the development of self-expression, communicative proficiency, written and oral skills, and cultural insights. To reach this goal, students will also develop their grammatical, lexical and phonetics knowledge.

Class materials and activities are developed to meet the students’ needs. The materials are realistic and selected to correspond with current topics, coming from authentic documents such as francophone press articles, radio and TV extracts.

Each skill and topic are addressed in a task-based and communicative method and immerse the student in real-life situations.

The section is divided into four courses: grammatical structures (3201), oral interaction and phonetics (3202), written comprehension and expression (3203), introduction to francophone cultures (3204). In each course, performance and progress will be assessed on a weekly basis in addition to a final exam.

Required text:
- Anne AKYUZ, Bernadette BAZELLE-SHAHMAEI, Joëlle BONENFANT, Marie-Françoise GLIEMANN, Les 500 Exercices de Grammaire A2, Hachette FLE, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-2011554352

FREN3251A-L18

CRN: 60539

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3251B-L18

CRN: 60540

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3251C-L18

CRN: 60541

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3252A-L18

CRN: 60542

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3252B-L18

CRN: 60543

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3252C-L18

CRN: 60544

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3253A-L18

CRN: 60545

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3253B-L18

CRN: 60546

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3253C-L18

CRN: 60547

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3254A-L18

CRN: 60548

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3254B-L18

CRN: 60549

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3254C-L18

CRN: 60550

Intermediate
Level 2.5 is designed for students who have received previous instruction in French and are able to function quite independently in full immersion.

The focus is on developing listening comprehension, oral competence, and socio-cultural communicative proficiency and on acquiring strategies for oral and written expression through progressive practice and phonetics exercises.

Various cultural aspects of French-speaking communities worldwide will be studied through readings and recordings.

The level is divided into four courses, and each class meets for one hour per day. The courses teach: communicative grammar (3251), phonetics and oral expression (3252), lexical development, comprehension and expression (3253) and francophone cultures and literatures (3254).

Required texts:
- Maïa GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français, niveau intermédiaire, 4e édition, CLE International, 2017
ISBN : 978-2-09-038103-0
- Maia GREGOIRE, Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive, corrigé, Niveau Intermédiaire, CLE International,
ISBN : 978-2-09-038104-7

FREN3301A-L18

CRN: 60551

Upper Intermediate
Grammar in Written Context
Students at the Upper Immediate level should demonstrate an increased ability to communicate with attention to the appropriate style, organization and planning, as well as an increased accuracy of grammar syntax and spelling. In this course, students will improve their writing within the context of grammar. Namely, they will learn to improve their abilities to produce different types of texts (argumentative, descriptive, narrative, and explicative), while working on the strengthening of grammar concepts. Authentic texts from a rich variety of sources (literary and journalistic) will be used at the starting point for the illustration and explanation of key areas of French grammar. By the end of this course, students should be able to produce a coherent text that will highlight not only their writing abilities, but also their mastery of the French grammar at the Upper Intermediate level.

Required text:
- Michèle BOULARES, Jean-Louis FREROT, Grammaire Progressive du Français (Avancé)- 2e édition (avec 400 exercices), CLE International, ISBN: 978-2-09-038118-4

FREN3301B-L18

CRN: 60552

Upper Intermediate
Grammar in Written Context
Students at the Upper Immediate level should demonstrate an increased ability to communicate with attention to the appropriate style, organization and planning, as well as an increased accuracy of grammar syntax and spelling. In this course, students will improve their writing within the context of grammar. Namely, they will learn to improve their abilities to produce different types of texts (argumentative, descriptive, narrative, and explicative), while working on the strengthening of grammar concepts. Authentic texts from a rich variety of sources (literary and journalistic) will be used at the starting point for the illustration and explanation of key areas of French grammar. By the end of this course, students should be able to produce a coherent text that will highlight not only their writing abilities, but also their mastery of the French grammar at the Upper Intermediate level.

Required text:
- Michèle BOULARES, Jean-Louis FREROT, Grammaire Progressive du Français (Avancé)- 2e édition (avec 400 exercices), CLE International, ISBN: 978-2-09-038118-4

FREN3301C-L18

CRN: 60553

Upper Intermediate
Grammar in Written Context
Students at the Upper Immediate level should demonstrate an increased ability to communicate with attention to the appropriate style, organization and planning, as well as an increased accuracy of grammar syntax and spelling. In this course, students will improve their writing within the context of grammar. Namely, they will learn to improve their abilities to produce different types of texts (argumentative, descriptive, narrative, and explicative), while working on the strengthening of grammar concepts. Authentic texts from a rich variety of sources (literary and journalistic) will be used at the starting point for the illustration and explanation of key areas of French grammar. By the end of this course, students should be able to produce a coherent text that will highlight not only their writing abilities, but also their mastery of the French grammar at the Upper Intermediate level.

Required text:
- Michèle BOULARES, Jean-Louis FREROT, Grammaire Progressive du Français (Avancé)- 2e édition (avec 400 exercices), CLE International, ISBN: 978-2-09-038118-4

FREN3301D-L18

CRN: 60554

Upper Intermediate
Grammar in Written Context
Students at the Upper Immediate level should demonstrate an increased ability to communicate with attention to the appropriate style, organization and planning, as well as an increased accuracy of grammar syntax and spelling. In this course, students will improve their writing within the context of grammar. Namely, they will learn to improve their abilities to produce different types of texts (argumentative, descriptive, narrative, and explicative), while working on the strengthening of grammar concepts. Authentic texts from a rich variety of sources (literary and journalistic) will be used at the starting point for the illustration and explanation of key areas of French grammar. By the end of this course, students should be able to produce a coherent text that will highlight not only their writing abilities, but also their mastery of the French grammar at the Upper Intermediate level.

Required text:
- Michèle BOULARES, Jean-Louis FREROT, Grammaire Progressive du Français (Avancé)- 2e édition (avec 400 exercices), CLE International, ISBN: 978-2-09-038118-4

FREN3302A-L18

CRN: 60555

Upper Intermediate
Phonetics and oral communication
Through the examination and use of authentic French materials, we will focus on oral language (phonetics and communication). At the end of the session, students will be able to encode and decode the formal and informal levels of oral French. Through dictations, they will be able to master the relation between spelling and sounds.

FREN3302B-L18

CRN: 60556

Upper Intermediate
Phonetics and oral communication
Through the examination and use of authentic French materials, we will focus on oral language (phonetics and communication). At the end of the session, students will be able to encode and decode the formal and informal levels of oral French. Through dictations, they will be able to master the relation between spelling and sounds.

FREN3302C-L18

CRN: 60557

Upper Intermediate
Phonetics and oral communication
Through the examination and use of authentic French materials, we will focus on oral language (phonetics and communication). At the end of the session, students will be able to encode and decode the formal and informal levels of oral French. Through dictations, they will be able to master the relation between spelling and sounds.

FREN3302D-L18

CRN: 60558

Upper Intermediate
Phonetics and oral communication
Through the examination and use of authentic French materials, we will focus on oral language (phonetics and communication). At the end of the session, students will be able to encode and decode the formal and informal levels of oral French. Through dictations, they will be able to master the relation between spelling and sounds.

FREN3303A-L18

CRN: 60559

Upper Intermediate
Developing oral and written communication
Through theatre, reading, oral presentations and performances, students will improve their spoken French. Whether for public speaking, oral exams, presentations, conferences, or job interviews, this course will provide the strategies, tools and practice for more assertive and confident speech. In addition to the oral communication program, we will practice written communication throughout the session.

This course is regularly taught to diplomats, lawyers, professors, business managers and French students preparing their oral examinations

FREN3303B-L18

CRN: 60560

Upper Intermediate
Developing oral and written communication
Through theatre, reading, oral presentations and performances, students will improve their spoken French. Whether for public speaking, oral exams, presentations, conferences, or job interviews, this course will provide the strategies, tools and practice for more assertive and confident speech. In addition to the oral communication program, we will practice written communication throughout the session.

This course is regularly taught to diplomats, lawyers, professors, business managers and French students preparing their oral examinations

FREN3303C-L18

CRN: 60561

Upper Intermediate
Developing oral and written communication
Through theatre, reading, oral presentations and performances, students will improve their spoken French. Whether for public speaking, oral exams, presentations, conferences, or job interviews, this course will provide the strategies, tools and practice for more assertive and confident speech. In addition to the oral communication program, we will practice written communication throughout the session.

This course is regularly taught to diplomats, lawyers, professors, business managers and French students preparing their oral examinations

FREN3303D-L18

CRN: 60562

Upper Intermediate
Developing oral and written communication
Through theatre, reading, oral presentations and performances, students will improve their spoken French. Whether for public speaking, oral exams, presentations, conferences, or job interviews, this course will provide the strategies, tools and practice for more assertive and confident speech. In addition to the oral communication program, we will practice written communication throughout the session.

This course is regularly taught to diplomats, lawyers, professors, business managers and French students preparing their oral examinations

FREN3304A-L18

CRN: 60563

Upper Intermediate
Introduction to the Francophone World
This course is an introduction to Francophone culture and literature. It is impossible to study all the countries that have been under French influence. Therefore, we have made a preliminary selection of countries and regions. Key words will guide our journey through the history of the Francophone world: colonization, language, identity, colonialism, intercultural relations, “Francophonie”. Through the study of literary works, films, music and other authentic documents, the student will understand the differences and similarities in the Francophone world. Finally, the student will be able to assess the role played by the French language in the quest for national and personal identity. This class will demand a lot of reading. The student must come to the class prepared and participate actively in the group discussions.

This course will also help students strengthen their knowledge of French grammar and improve their reading comprehension and writing skills.

Required Text:
- Mariama BÂ, Une si longue lettre, Nouvelles Editions Africaines du Sénégal (NEAS), Serpent à Plumes,
ISBN:978-2842612894

FREN3304B-L18

CRN: 60564

Upper Intermediate
Introduction to the Francophone World
This course is an introduction to Francophone culture and literature. It is impossible to study all the countries that have been under French influence. Therefore, we have made a preliminary selection of countries and regions. Key words will guide our journey through the history of the Francophone world: colonization, language, identity, colonialism, intercultural relations, “Francophonie”. Through the study of literary works, films, music and other authentic documents, the student will understand the differences and similarities in the Francophone world. Finally, the student will be able to assess the role played by the French language in the quest for national and personal identity. This class will demand a lot of reading. The student must come to the class prepared and participate actively in the group discussions.

This course will also help students strengthen their knowledge of French grammar and improve their reading comprehension and writing skills.

Required Text:
- Mariama BÂ, Une si longue lettre, Nouvelles Editions Africaines du Sénégal (NEAS), Serpent à Plumes,
ISBN:978-2842612894

FREN3304C-L18

CRN: 60565

Upper Intermediate
Introduction to the Francophone World
This course is an introduction to Francophone culture and literature. It is impossible to study all the countries that have been under French influence. Therefore, we have made a preliminary selection of countries and regions. Key words will guide our journey through the history of the Francophone world: colonization, language, identity, colonialism, intercultural relations, “Francophonie”. Through the study of literary works, films, music and other authentic documents, the student will understand the differences and similarities in the Francophone world. Finally, the student will be able to assess the role played by the French language in the quest for national and personal identity. This class will demand a lot of reading. The student must come to the class prepared and participate actively in the group discussions.

This course will also help students strengthen their knowledge of French grammar and improve their reading comprehension and writing skills.

Required Text:
- Mariama BÂ, Une si longue lettre, Nouvelles Editions Africaines du Sénégal (NEAS), Serpent à Plumes,
ISBN:978-2842612894

FREN3304D-L18

CRN: 60566

Upper Intermediate
Introduction to the Francophone World
This course is an introduction to Francophone culture and literature. It is impossible to study all the countries that have been under French influence. Therefore, we have made a preliminary selection of countries and regions. Key words will guide our journey through the history of the Francophone world: colonization, language, identity, colonialism, intercultural relations, “Francophonie”. Through the study of literary works, films, music and other authentic documents, the student will understand the differences and similarities in the Francophone world. Finally, the student will be able to assess the role played by the French language in the quest for national and personal identity. This class will demand a lot of reading. The student must come to the class prepared and participate actively in the group discussions.

This course will also help students strengthen their knowledge of French grammar and improve their reading comprehension and writing skills.

Required Text:
- Mariama BÂ, Une si longue lettre, Nouvelles Editions Africaines du Sénégal (NEAS), Serpent à Plumes,
ISBN:978-2842612894

FREN3401A-L18

CRN: 60567

Advanced Grammar
Advanced Grammar
This course develops a thorough understanding of the mechanisms of the French language in order to improve students’ writing skills. Grammatical structures will be analyzed in four types of texts (narrative, descriptive, expressive and argumentative).

Required text:
Maïa GREGOIRE, Alina KOSTUCKI, Grammaire progressive du français (avec 600 exercices), B2/C2 Perfectionnement, CLE international, 2017,
ISBN : 978-209-0382

FREN3401B-L18

CRN: 60568

Advanced Grammar
Advanced Grammar
This course develops a thorough understanding of the mechanisms of the French language in order to improve students’ writing skills. Grammatical structures will be analyzed in four types of texts (narrative, descriptive, expressive and argumentative).

Required text:
Maïa GREGOIRE, Alina KOSTUCKI, Grammaire progressive du français (avec 600 exercices), B2/C2 Perfectionnement, CLE international, 2017,
ISBN : 978-209-0382

FREN3401C-L18

CRN: 60569

Advanced Grammar
Advanced Grammar
This course develops a thorough understanding of the mechanisms of the French language in order to improve students’ writing skills. Grammatical structures will be analyzed in four types of texts (narrative, descriptive, expressive and argumentative).

Required text:
Maïa GREGOIRE, Alina KOSTUCKI, Grammaire progressive du français (avec 600 exercices), B2/C2 Perfectionnement, CLE international, 2017,
ISBN : 978-209-0382

FREN3401D-L18

CRN: 60570

Advanced Grammar
Advanced Grammar
This course develops a thorough understanding of the mechanisms of the French language in order to improve students’ writing skills. Grammatical structures will be analyzed in four types of texts (narrative, descriptive, expressive and argumentative).

Required text:
Maïa GREGOIRE, Alina KOSTUCKI, Grammaire progressive du français (avec 600 exercices), B2/C2 Perfectionnement, CLE international, 2017,
ISBN : 978-209-0382

FREN3402A-L18

CRN: 60571

Oral Production& Pronunciation
Oral Production & Pronunciation
This course is designed to improve oral communication and pronunciation of Modern Standard French for advanced-level students. Through a variety of activities, students will improve their phonetic production (focus on vowels, consonants, cadence, nasalization, liaison, elision, intonation, phonetic alphabet) while developing vocabulary and the capacity to express ideas in a myriad of functional settings. Topics may include French culture, current events (from French-language newspapers, magazines, and TV programs), travel, music, and sports.

Required text:
/Savoir Dire: Cours de phonétique et de prononciation/ (2nd Edition Enhanced). ISBN13: 978-1-305-65259-0. United States: CENGAGE Learning, 2017.

FREN3402B-L18

CRN: 60572

Oral Production& Pronunciation
Oral Production & Pronunciation
This course is designed to improve oral communication and pronunciation of Modern Standard French for advanced-level students. Through a variety of activities, students will improve their phonetic production (focus on vowels, consonants, cadence, nasalization, liaison, elision, intonation, phonetic alphabet) while developing vocabulary and the capacity to express ideas in a myriad of functional settings. Topics may include French culture, current events (from French-language newspapers, magazines, and TV programs), travel, music, and sports.

Required text:
/Savoir Dire: Cours de phonétique et de prononciation/ (2nd Edition Enhanced). ISBN13: 978-1-305-65259-0. United States: CENGAGE Learning, 2017.

FREN3402C-L18

CRN: 60573

Oral Production& Pronunciation
Oral Production & Pronunciation
This course is designed to improve oral communication and pronunciation of Modern Standard French for advanced-level students. Through a variety of activities, students will improve their phonetic production (focus on vowels, consonants, cadence, nasalization, liaison, elision, intonation, phonetic alphabet) while developing vocabulary and the capacity to express ideas in a myriad of functional settings. Topics may include French culture, current events (from French-language newspapers, magazines, and TV programs), travel, music, and sports.

Required text:
/Savoir Dire: Cours de phonétique et de prononciation/ (2nd Edition Enhanced). ISBN13: 978-1-305-65259-0. United States: CENGAGE Learning, 2017.

FREN3402D-L18

CRN: 60574

Oral Production& Pronunciation
Oral Production & Pronunciation
This course is designed to improve oral communication and pronunciation of Modern Standard French for advanced-level students. Through a variety of activities, students will improve their phonetic production (focus on vowels, consonants, cadence, nasalization, liaison, elision, intonation, phonetic alphabet) while developing vocabulary and the capacity to express ideas in a myriad of functional settings. Topics may include French culture, current events (from French-language newspapers, magazines, and TV programs), travel, music, and sports.

Required text:
/Savoir Dire: Cours de phonétique et de prononciation/ (2nd Edition Enhanced). ISBN13: 978-1-305-65259-0. United States: CENGAGE Learning, 2017.

FREN3412A-L18

CRN: 60432

Great Speeches Fr Pol Rhetoric
The Great Speeches of French Political Rhetoric

This course will study a variety of modern political speeches from the French Revolution to the present time. It offers a panorama of the evolution of French political rhetoric according to its historical, political, intellectual, and religious context. Students will have the opportunity to become familiar with the political literature of France. They will work on the art of rhetoric and of political discourse in a concrete and lively manner, notably through enrichment of vocabulary, knowledge of the diversity of language styles, analysis of argumentation, and discursive strategies. Students of this course will have the opportunity to write by themselves different political speeches which will be performed in class .

FREN3422A-L18

CRN: 60497

Heroes & Women
The purpose of the course is to see how two main Greek myths, which are very present in 20th century French literature (the myth of Oedipus and the myth of the Atreids), have been used and rethought in various ways. Authors such as Jean Anouilh, Jean Giraudoux, Jean Cocteau, Jean-Paul Sartre and Marguerite Yourcenar did so in order to reflect on the issues of their day: questions of power, the place of women, love, war etc.
Various extracts from literary pieces will be used to illustrate the ways in which myths can receive various treatments and remain current. Students will have an entire work to read.

FREN3423A-L18

CRN: 60350

Regions of France
The Regions of France: History, Folklore and Culture

France is a patchwork of many regions, each boasting its own identity through its history, culture and dialect. Each week, this course will explore one specific French region—such as Brittany, the Loire Valley or Provence—from a variety of angles: its landscapes, folklore and legends; culinary traditions (the notion of terroir); and the way the region is portrayed through literature and cinema. Examples of the latter include Germinal, in which Emile Zola captures the language and way of life of coal miners in the northern Hauts-de-France; Georges Sand’s legends of her native Berry; and Marcel Pagnol’s Marius and Manon des Sources, in which the playwright highlights the social rituals, comic stances and devious plots of his Provençal characters. The class will read and analyze excerpts of these novels and plays, and will screen and discuss feature films relevant to each region


Required text:
- Marcel Pagnon, Jean de Florette, Edition de Fallois, ISBN : 978-2877065115
- A required Coursepack will be available for purchase at the College Bookstore

FREN3429A-L18

CRN: 60317

Cinema Maghreb & Immigration
Cinema of Maghreb and Immigration
This course will study the historical and cultural aspects of the Maghreb and immigration though cinema. It will explore the double image that characterizes this type of cinema. The first image will focus on the French vision of the Maghreb and its representation in France’s former colonies. The second image will focus on Maghrebian directors and their vision of their societies. We will also explore the integration in France of the second generation of immigrants (the "Beurs"), especially issues of citizenship, exile, etc. Examples will be taken from films such as: Julien Duvivier’s Pépé le Moko, Gillo Pontecorvo ‘s La Bataille d'Alger, Moknache’s Viva l’Aldjérie, C. Ruggia ‘s Le Gone du Chaaba, Y. Benguigui ‘s Inchallah dimanche, Rachid Bouchareb’s Indigènes among others.

FREN3475A-L18

CRN: 60262

Autobiographical Writing
The aim of this course is two-fold: it will introduce students to the autobiographical genre, and will also help them improve their analytical and writing skills in French. We will explore the various types of particular fantasies (fantasmes) that underlie autobiographical texts. Students will also produce their own autobiographical narrations. Readings will include essays by Philippe Lejeune, Jean-Paul Sartre, Georges Pérec and Nathalie Sarraute.

Required texts:
Jean-Paul SARTRE, Les Mots, Folio, ISBN : 9782070366071
Nathalie SARRAUTE, Enfance, Folio, ISBN : 9782070376841
Georges PEREC, W ou le souvenir d’enfance, Gallimard, L’Imaginaire,
ISBN : 9782070733163.

FREN3485A-L18

CRN: 60318

Young People and Politics
Young People and Politics in France and Beyond

Transformations in the relationships between young people and politics are obvious in all Western democracies. Engagement in traditional political institutions has declined in recent decades, leading to what some have seen as a crisis in citizenship. What are the most characteristic transformations towards politics and how could we explain them? What is so special about young people’s politics in all established democracies?
The course will explore the different aspects of politicization: level of interest, involvement, voting, political participation, partisan affiliation, political choices, and also demonstrations and protest. It will study the emergence of a new model of citizenship within the young generations compared to their elders. Social and political cleavages which exist don’t have the same impact on all categories. There is a clear division between young people with and without educational background and qualifications and their political choices are not the same.
More broadly, this course will give many clues to better understand politics in France and the French society today, working with news, surveys, and a wide diversity of research and knowledge from the social sciences.

The Betty Ashbury Jones MA ’86 School of French

Sunderland Language Center
Middlebury College
P: 802.443.5526
F: 802.443.2075

Mailing address
Betty Ashbury Jones MA ’86 School of French
14 Old Chapel Road
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT  05753

Sheila Schwaneflugel, Coordinator

frenchschool@middlebury.edu