This course is for students with no prior knowledge of French. Based on a communicative approach, it will help students learn French vocabulary, understand grammatical structures and concepts, and gain oral and written communication skills. Students will develop their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through a variety of contextually specific activities. Class periods will include explanations of grammatical concepts, as well as communicative and interactive exercises. In addition to preparation at home, regular class attendance is paramount for student success.
(LGGA21H3), (LGGA22H3), (LGGB23H3), (LGGB24H3), FREA96H3, FREA97H3, [FSL100H1 or equivalent], or any prior knowledge of French
Arts, Literature and Language
1. This course does not satisfy any French program requirements. It is a 6 week, 1.0 credit course that will be offered only in the Summer semesters as part of the Summer Language Institute. Students will be expected to attend up to 12 hours of class per week.
2. Priority will be given to students in the Specialist Co-op program in Management and International Business (MIB), Specialist/Specialist Co-op and Major/Major Co-op programs in Linguistics, and Specialist Co-op programs in International Development Studies (both BA and BSc).
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