French Courses

French Courses

(GP) indicates that the course fulfills the Global Perspective Elective requirement in the General Education core.

FRE 1010, 1020 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I, II (3, 3 s.h.)

(GP) The four skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing) are addressed in class as are many aspects of French/francophone culture. A functional approach to language usage with emphasis on oral skills for communicative purposes. The phonetics and phonological features are presented and practiced with gradual introduction to the linguistic forms of the written language. Prerequisite for 1020: FRE 1010 or equivalent proficiency. These courses are offered every fall and spring semester.

FRE 2010, 2020 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I, II (3, 3 s.h.)

(GP) Review and expansion of the four skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing) are emphasized as is French/francophone culture through the review and detailed study of functional grammar and through selected readings. The goal is to develop these skills to a level of proficiency necessary to understand and communicate French at a level of moderate difficulty. Prerequisite for 2010: FRE 1020 or equivalent proficiency. Prerequisite for 2020: FRE 2010 or equivalent proficiency. These courses are offered every fall and spring semester in sequence only.

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