Simone Muller

Faculty

 

Agrégée de Lettres classiques, Maître de conférences de Littérature française à l'Université de Strasbourg jusqu'en 2008. Depuis 2008, "Visiting Associate Professor" à Georgetown University et à George Washington University.

 
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FREN 3212 - Early Intermed French      

Level 200 is aimed at students who have received some previous instruction in (or exposure to) French, but who are not yet able to function independently in full immersion.
This level focuses 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 course is divided into 4 units. Students will be taught 4 classes a day: Vocabulary in context (3211); Introduction to literature (3212); Phonetics and oral (3213) and Grammar (214).

Required texts:
-Maia GRÉGOIRE et Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français 3e édition livre + CD audio niveau intermédiaire avec 680 exercices, ISBN 978-2-09-038124-5
-Maia GRÉGOIRE et Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français niveau intermédiaire Livret de corrigés, ISBN 978-2-09-038117-7, ISBN 978-209-038139-9
-Nicole BLONDEAU, Ferroudja ALLOUACHE et Marie-Françoise NÉ, Littérature Progressive du français Niveau Débutant 2ème édition avec 600 activités, ISBN 978-2-09-038147-4
-Required Course packs for 3211 and 3213 will be available for purchase at the College Bookstore

Summer 2014 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session, Summer 2015 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session, Summer 2016 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session, Summer 2017 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

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FREN 3214 - Early Intermed French      

Level 200 is aimed at students who have received some previous instruction in (or exposure to) French, but who are not yet able to function independently in full immersion.
This level focuses 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 course is divided into 4 units. Students will be taught 4 classes a day: Vocabulary in context (3211); Introduction to literature (3212); Phonetics and oral (3213) and Grammar (214).

Required texts:
-Maia GRÉGOIRE et Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français 3e édition livre + CD audio niveau intermédiaire avec 680 exercices, ISBN 978-2-09-038124-5
-Maia GRÉGOIRE et Odile THIEVENAZ, Grammaire progressive du français niveau intermédiaire Livret de corrigés, ISBN 978-2-09-038117-7, ISBN 978-209-038139-9
-Nicole BLONDEAU, Ferroudja ALLOUACHE et Marie-Françoise NÉ, Littérature Progressive du français Niveau Débutant 2ème édition avec 600 activités, ISBN 978-2-09-038147-4
-Required Course packs for 3211 and 3213 will be available for purchase at the College Bookstore

Summer 2014 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

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FREN 3254 - 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

Summer 2018 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

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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