Syllabus__2_jours_fall09 - FRENCH 130 Section: Office...

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FRENCH 130 FALL 2009 Section : Instructor : Office : Office hours : Phone : E-mail : Prerequisites and Placement : Students who enroll in French 130 must meet one of the following prerequisites: Successful completion of French 120 or French 121 A score between 450 and 540 on the SAT II or the departmental written exam; A score between 369 and 405 on the online placement exam. Students having completed a previous course in French at Penn are not allowed to skip a level. Students in the College with a placement score are allowed to move up one level without seeking special permission; students in other schools who wish to move up a level must speak with the course coordinator. Since the placement scores are based on exams using a multiple-choice format and do not measure oral and listening skills, they provide a preliminary placement level. If necessary, students will be moved up or down one level if their ability to function in the language does not seem appropriate for the level of the course. You should consult your instructor or the course coordinator if you have concerns about your placement. All students must confirm their placement by filling out the departmental credit regulation form: Code of Academic Integrity: The Department of Romance Languages fully supports and adheres to all university policies and procedures regarding academic integrity (cheating, fabrication, plagiarism, etc). The work you submit in this class is expected to be your own. If you submit work that has been copied without attribution from some published or unpublished source including the Internet, or that has been prepared by someone other than you, or that in any way misrepresents someone else's work as your own, you will face severe discipline by the university. For more information consult: University Code of Academic Integrity : ; The Office of Student Conduct: ; The Department of Romance Languages handout on academic integrity (posted on the Blackboard site for this course). Required Texts : Bragger & Rice: Quant à Moi : Workbook/ Lab Manual (fourth edition) Recommended texts: It is also strongly advised that you use a French to English dictionary and a French dictionary. These dictionaries will be used in class activities and will be a valuable resource for your writing assignments. French Concise Dictionary , 4th Edition by Harper Collins Le Robert Micro: Dictionnaire de la Langue Francaise Edition Poche These books are available in the textbook section of the Penn Bookstore - 36th and Walnut. They will also be used for French 140, which is the continuation of this course. Course Description
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2009 for the course FRENCH 140 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UPenn.

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