Fall 2022 - FREN 121 D100
Introductory French I (3)
Class Number: 1541
Delivery Method: In Person
A comprehensive introduction to basic grammatical structures, vocabulary and pronunciation. Emphasis on oral communication skills. Instruction in class and in lab.
- Written tests (X4) 55%
- Oral tests (X2) 15%
- Oral exam 20%
- Assignments (X3) & exercises (X4) 10%
Écho, A1- Méthode de français pour l’Amérique du Nord, Girardet, Pécheur, Gibbe, Olivry, Liakin, Liakina, CLE International, 2015.
+ Écho A1 – Méthode de français pour l’Amérique du Nord, Cahier personnel d’apprentissage, Girardet, Pécheur, Olivry, Liakin, Liakina, CLE International.
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