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All courses are designed for nonnative speakers. Language courses carry humanities credit (two course limit).


FRENCH 101-B : Elementary French II


Description

French 101-B is the second quarter of a three-quarter sequence of Elementary French. The aim of the course is to build skills in speaking, understanding, writing and reading French through class activities, practice, and study. A variety of class activities are designed to help students acquire knowledge of the basic French vocabulary and structures along with the ability to use what they have learned in situations of communication. It uses a multimedia approach that incorporates texts, songs, videos, and the internet and helps students acquire linguistic as well as cultural competence. Classes include a variety of activities designed to help students acquire knowledge of basic French vocabulary and structures along with the ability to use what they have learned in situations of communication. By the end of the three-quarter sequence, students will be able to create with the language to talk about familiar topics related to daily life and to express personal meaning.

Schedule note: this is a hybrid course, which meets once every week for two hours (6:15-8:15 pm) on campus, and requires a weekly one-hour online session that students can complete on their own time. An online workbook manual will be used for homework.

Carries humanities credit (two-course limit for language courses). Prerequisite: FRENCH 101-A or equivalent. This course is for students with less than two years of high school French or with no previous study of French. 

Note: FRENCH 101-B is available to for students to audit—credit will not be earned, but tuition is reduced. Students enrolled to audit the course must meet prerequisites, as well as participation and assessment requirements as outlined in the course syllabus.


Winter 2020
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
01/06/20 - 03/22/20M
6:15 – 8:15 p.m.Kresge Hall 231962
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Licops, Dominique
Evanston Campus
Open
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