Syllabus - FR 302 Syllabus Spring 2008 LNF U 302 Course...

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FR 302 Syllabus - Spring 2008 LNF U 302 Course Syllabus Fall Semester 2007 Professor Sali Ziane Office: 35 Nightingale. Office Hours: [Monday & Wednesday] and by appointment. Phone: 4454 Email: [email protected] Course Description: Textbooks: Interaction - Révision de grammaire française de Susan St ONGE, Ronald St ONGE. 7 émet édition - Thompson-Heine. Continues LNF U301. Stresses the fundamentals of French to promote effective self-expression through speaking and writing and to explore the idiomatic aspects of the language. Through progressive class discussions and oral and written commentaries, students analyze a contemporary French novel or a French cultural reader, screenplay, or collection of short stories. Strives to help students read and comprehend modern French writing with confidence, and to be able to talk and write about it in good French. Provides preparation for advanced courses. Course Objectives and Goals: This course aims at developing all four skills through the reading of cultural topics. It is specifically designed
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to review and improve French grammar and vocabulary. Opportunities for interaction in class are fully emphasized, and give students an extensive repertoire of numerous functions in everyday situations in France. Furthermore, you will be given the opportunity for personal academic achievements through readings and group discussions. Since our goal is to develop your oral skills as much as possible, active participation is therefore required. Assignments: Assignments are due on the day given on the syllabus. Past this deadline, only half the credit will be accorded. Past a week, assignments will not be accepted. If you are absent the day an assignments is due, you must bring it the following class in order to receive full credit. Since there is no extra credit in this course, all homework has to be returned on time to get the full 20 % of the final grade. all assignments’ must be TYPED in their entirely. Exams: There will be three exams and a final exam covering the last chapter along with some topics of chapters 1 through 4. **NO make-up exams are allowed unless a valid excuse is provided. **No extra credit is given in this course. Attendance: The development of competence in a language requires regular and structured interaction opportunities. Because the department takes attendance in language classes seriously, each
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missed class will have specific consequences and will have a negative impact on your final grade. Thus your attendance in this class is a matter of great significance. You are graded on
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course FR 302 taught by Professor Hemmati during the Fall '08 term at Northeastern.

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Syllabus - FR 302 Syllabus Spring 2008 LNF U 302 Course...

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