Designed to bring students to an intermediate level of proficiency. Emphasis on experiencing the language in context through a multi-media approach. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: FRENCH 201.
A three-quarter systematic review and expansion of French grammar, development of conversational skills (listening and speaking), reading literary and cultural materials, and writing compositions. Conducted in French, the intermediate sequence encourages students to use their language skills more actively and at a more sophisticated level than the elementary sequence.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
In-class grammar/vocabulary exercise correction, in-class compositions, group work, role playing, oral presentations, use of audio and video documents for listening-comprehension. Take home written grammar and vocabulary assignments.
Daily attendance is indispensable. Students must keep up with daily assignments and readings.
Class assignments and grading
Quizzes 35% Final exam 15% Oral presentation 10% Compositions 20% Participation and homework 20%
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