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School of English, Journalism and European Languages Faculty of Arts HEF215 French Language 2A Semester 1, 2010 Course Manual Dr Jennifer Hatte CRICOS Provider Code: 00586B
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2 Table of Contents General Information ....................................................................................................... 3 Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 3 UNEonline ........................................................................................................................ 3 The oral (speaking) component ............................................................................... 5 The online component ............................................................................................. 5 The Interaction textbook ......................................................................................... 5 Blackboard ............................................................................................................... 8 Integrating different elements of the Unit, including assessments ........................... 12 French Accents on the Computer ................................................................................ 13 Mac Platform ......................................................................................................... 13 PC Platform ........................................................................................................... 13 Listening Extension Suggestions .................................................................................. 13 Overview of Assessment Requirements ...................................................................... 16 Learning Outcomes ............................................................................................... 16 Graduate Attributes ............................................................................................... 17 Assessment Details ........................................................................................................ 17 Assignment 1 ......................................................................................................... 18 Assignment 2 ......................................................................................................... 19 Aural Test – (Blackboard Quiz) ............................................................................ 21 Oral Test ................................................................................................................ 22 Quizzes (Compulsory Online Training Exercises) ................................................ 23 Two Hour Written Examination ............................................................................ 26
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3 General Information Students must have regular access to the Internet with an up-to-date browser, capable of supporting 'Blackboard (CE 6) and iLrn: Heinle Learning Center'. This guide should be used in conjunction with the HEF215 unit outline (distributed in the first class and available from the French discipline website at http://www.utas.edu.au/french following the commencement of classes). Introduction We are very excited to be using Interaction once again (Susan and Ronald St. Onge, Interaction: Révision de grammaire française, septième édition, Boston, Thomson- Heinle, 2007), along with its many resources. If you diligently use these resources to enhance your individual study, we are sure that over the course of this semester you will increase the breadth and depth of your knowledge of this beautiful language and achieve new levels of accuracy and fluency. Learning a language is by no means easy, particularly at 2 nd year, level, where you start to branch out, but it is a fascinating and immeasurably satisfying process. The French staff are aware of the difficulties, and between us we have a wide experience in sorting them out, so if you have problems, please have no hesitation at all in getting in touch. By the second week of teaching, our Administrative Assistant, Joy Kirby, will have provided for each of you, via your UTAS email address, an individual code to access the Heinle Interaction site, along with instructions on how to use it. You must access the Interaction site and there you must enrol yourself in the relevant class. You will find that there is a gateway to the Interaction site, with its e-book and exciting range of teaching materials, interactive exercises and videos, on the UTAS HEF215 Blackboard website, which also contains much useful material, and where essential notices will be posted and discussions conducted. Further information is contained in the ‘How to Study the Unit’ section in this handbook. UNEonline This unit is taught in partnership between UTAS and UNE. The online content will be delivered by UNE and will be supported by face-to-face tutorials at UTAS. UNEonline is UNE’s online teaching system. As a current student you have access to the student portal myUNE, through which you can access your online units. Log in to myUNE from
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