Introduction to contemporary French culture and develop ment of oral

Introduction to contemporary french culture and

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Introduction to contemporary French culture and develop- ment of oral communication and listening skills. 220 ADVANCED FRENCH READING AND VOCABULARY SKILLS 3 FR 116 req. FR 213 or conc reg rec. Vocabulary building through the reading and discussion of representative French poems, plays, and prose texts. Grammar review. 221 SURVEY OF FRENCH LITERATURE I 3 FR 220 req. French literature from the Middle Ages to the 18th century. 222 SURVEY OF FRENCH LITERATURE II 3 FR 220 req. May be taken before FR 221. French literature of the 19th and 20th centuries. 235 ADVANCED FRENCH GRAMMAR 3 2 courses beyond FR 116 req. FR 213 and 220 rec. Systematic study of the morphology and syntax of the modern French language. 305 HISTOIRE DE LA CIVILISATION FRANCAISE 3 2 courses beyond FR 116 req. May repeat if content differs. Survey of French culture and civilization from ancient times to the present day. 314 STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY FRENCH AND FRANCOPHONE CULTURE 3 2 courses beyond FR 116 req. May repeat if content differs. Selected themes in contemporary French and Francophone culture and society with an emphasis on group work, class discussion, and oral presentations. 325 SELECTED TOPICS IN FRANCOPHONE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 3 2 courses beyond FR 116 req. May repeat if content differs. Readings of representative literary works in their cultural con- texts written in French by authors residing outside France. 326 SELECTED TOPICS IN FRENCH MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 3 2 courses beyond FR 116 req. May repeat if content differs. Representative authors, genres, and movements before 1700 studied in their political, philosophical, and socio- cultural contexts. 327 SELECTED TOPICS IN SEVENTEENTH- AND EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY FRENCH LITERATURE AND CULTURE 3 2 courses beyond FR 116 req. May repeat if content differs. Readings of representative seventeenth- and/or eighteenth- century literary texts in their cultural (philosophical, politi- cal, social, economic, and/or historical) contexts. 328 SELECTED TOPICS IN NINETEENTH- AND TWENTIETH-CENTURY FRENCH LITERATURE AND CULTURE 3 2 courses beyond FR 116 req. May repeat if content differs. Readings of representative nineteenth- and/or twentieth- century literary texts in their cultural (philosophical, politi- cal, social, economic, and/or historical) contexts. 335 COMPARATIVE FRENCH/ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND STYLE 3 FR 235 or cons inst req. Intensive, advanced, comparative grammar, and composi- tion, including analysis of stylistic differences between French and English. 340 INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED FRENCH LINGUISTICS 3 F,S FR 235 req. Principles and methods of objective language analysis applied to relevant issues in the French language and the teaching of French. 385 SELECTED TOPICS IN FRENCH LITERATURE 3 2 courses beyond FR 116 req. May repeat if content differs.
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  • Fall '15
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