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FRCH& 122 - French II

5 Credits

Students continue to develop reading, writing, listening and speaking skills as well as cultural awareness of the global French speaking world.

Pre-requisite(s) FRCH& 121 min 1.5
Course Note Previously FREN 102.

Quarters Typically Offered
Winter Day
Designed to Serve Vocational students in fields such as Transportation or Hotel Management, and students seeking personal enrichment.
Active Date 20210211T14:42:48

Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 25
Shared Learning Environment Yes
Contact Hours: Lecture 55
Total Contact Hours 55
Degree Distributions:
  • Humanities Area I

Course Outline
Communication Skills:

  • Aural and oral: increasing fluency and mastery of idiomatic expressions and vocabulary about cities, neighborhoods, numbers, television, time, weather, work, purchasing, quantities, advertising, and money.

Knowledge Building:

  • Continued and increasingly complex reading, writing expressions, sentences, and paragraphs. Some useful elements of grammar in the context of usage: past tense verbs, direct and indirect objects, subjunctive, and imperatives.

Diversity and Culture:

  • Continued exploration of the life and cultures of the French-speaking world: geographical locations and cultural practices in the global francophone world such as Mauritania, Morocco, Togo, and Niger.

Student Learning Outcomes
Interpersonal. Express self in conversations on very familiar topics, using a variety of words, phrases, simple sentences, and questions that have been highly practiced and memorized.

Interpretive. Answer questions and articulate the meaning of the main idea from simple, highly predictable oral, or written texts, with strong visual support.

Presentational. Present information in front of an audience on very familiar topics, using a variety of words, phrases and sentences that have been practiced and memorized.

Cultural. Use culturally appropriate gestures and formulaic expressions in highly practiced applications for interpersonal written and oral communication.

Comparisons. Compare and contrast own culture and language to derive meaning from visual or written texts.

Connections. Present and discuss concepts and information of other disciplines through the French language.

Communities. Participate in communities at home and abroad in France.

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