Course Description
 
 
Conversational French I
 
1-0-2) Basic practice in comprehension and
production of the spoken language. Consists of
the following options for developing good
conversational skills in French. A total of six
courses under the numbers FREN-1100 and FREN-1110
may be taken for elective credit as the topic
varies.
A.tOral Expression. Practice in oral expression,
including comprehension, control of structure,
vocabulary building, and pronunciation for
production of the spoken language. One hour of
scheduled classroom lab and one hour of arranged
independent-study lab per week. May be taken three
times as topic varies.
B.tListening Comprehension. Practice in
comprehension of the spoken language.
Independent-study lab course with practice
developing listening skills from sources such as
audio, video, radio, film, and Internet.
C.tGrammar I. Review of novice-mid grammar for
better control in production of the spoken
language. Independent-study lab course with
self-correcting format.
D.tGrammar II. Review of novice-high grammar for
better control in production of the spoken
language. Independent-study lab course with
self-correcting format.
E.tVocabulary Building I. Reading of novice-mid
level French language texts for building
vocabulary to be used in oral expression of ideas
in French. Includes oral reading for fluency
practice. Independent-study lab course.
F.tVocabulary Building II. Reading of novice-high
level French language texts for building
vocabulary to be used in oral expression of ideas
in French. Includes oral reading for fluency
practice. Independent-study lab course.
G.tCulture Topics. Study of French culture topics
through research and discussion, for the
production of the spoken language in the
expression and comparison of ideas.

 
Semester hours:1
Lecture hours:0
Lab hours:2
Fees: 
Petition required:N
Course may be repeated for credit when the topic varies:Y
 
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