Unit Outline - School of English, Journalism and European...

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School of English, Journalism and European Languages Faculty of Arts HEF215 French Language 2A Semester 1, 2010 Unit Outline Dr Jennifer Hatte CRICOS Provider Code: 00586B
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Contact details Unit coordinator/lecturer Unit coordinator/lecturer: Dr Jennifer Hatte Campus: Armidale, University of New England Email: jahtte@une.edu.au Phone: (02) 6773 3033 Fax: (02) 6773 3735 Other teaching staff Tutor: Mr Adam Russell Campus: Sandy Bay, Hobart, University of Tasmania Email: Adam.Russell@utas.edu.au Phone: (03) 6226 2353 Fax: (03) 6226 7631 Room number: Room 537, Social Sciences Building Consultation times: TBA European Languages @ UTAS Coordinator: Dr Eva Meidl Campus: Sandy Bay, Hobart, University of Tasmania Email: E.Meidl@utas.edu.au Phone: (03) 6226 Fax: (03) 6226 7631 Room number: Room 571, Humanities Building Consultation times: Mon, Tue, Thu 10 - 10:50am © The University of Tasmania 2010
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3 Contents Unit description 4 Intended learning outcomes 4 Generic graduate attributes 4 Alterations to the unit as a result of student feedback 5 Prior knowledge &/or skills 6 Learning expectations and teaching strategies/approaches 6 Learning resources required 6 Details of teaching arrangements 7 Specific attendance/performance requirements 7 Assessment 8 Submission of assignments 8 Penalties 9 Requests for extensions 9 How your final result is determined 9 Review of results and appeals 9 Academic referencing 9 Academic misconduct 10 Further information and assistance 11 Unit schedule 12
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4 Unit description HEF215 French Language 2A is an advanced post-TCE course which places its main emphasis on the development of a sound command of the four language skills of listening, reading, speaking and writing. Intended learning outcomes On completion of this unit, you should be able to: 1. use complex sentence structures in several tenses for prose writing; 2. use bilingual dictionaries; 3. translate sentences as necessary at intermediate level; 4. read excerpts from French and Francophone literature; 5. demonstrate aural comprehension and oral production of French, spoken in a variety of contexts at a reasonable level of competence; 6. appreciate cultural diversity and cross-cultural communication. Generic graduate attributes By undertaking this unit you should make progress in attaining the following generic graduate attributes: Communication Skills Students will be taught to communicate effectively in French by means of a structured approach to grammar acquisition, combined with a focus on communicative aspects of the language. On- campus students will practise in class and be assessed individually. Off-campus students will submit oral tapes for correction and assessment. in addition, both groups will practise all skills online.
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