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Bienvenue au cours de français 201!
Transcript of Bienvenue au cours de français 201!
Professeur: Mme Deborah Monroy
Portable: (704) 750-0955
Heures de consultation:
Tu/Th 10h45 – 11h45h
Bureau: 304 C Olin Hall
Département de Langues Modernes
Course Description and Goals:
The course is designed to further develop your skills in French while increasing your
awareness of France and the francophone world.
- Speak French well enough to ask and answer questions on a variety of topics,
beyond simple ‘survival’ situations
- Comprehend spoken French with sufficient ability to grasp the main idea and
some supporting details in short conversations
- Read and understand the main idea and most details of literary and non-literary
texts about a variety of topics
- Write longer, coherent paragraphs with increasingly complex syntax
- Master most basic grammar structures
- Have a greater appreciation of French and francophone cultures
Required Texts and Materials:
Interaction. 8th edition. Susan and Ronald St. Onge. Heinle Cengage Learning, 2011.
Register on the Heinle iLRN website that goes with your textbook- immediately!
Create Account button/ create user name and password/ Submit
Enter book key and course code: NMXR384
Homework and Classwork
1. Online homework activities are due BEFORE you come to class.
2. The online activities that will be assigned per day will be due by midnight the day BEFORE class. The computer will cut you off at midnight the night BEFORE class.
3. There is no making up late assignments. They will not register in the grade book. Read and take notes from your textbook as directed by the daily syllabus before trying the exercises. You may repeat the exercises up to three times and the computer will register your best score. The idea is that you learn from your mistakes on each try.
4. Class time is for practicing material studied the night before and COMMUNICATING in French. It is important that you participate. Class is conducted in French.
1. Use your ebook to listen and practice the vocabulaire actif at the begining of the chapter!
2. There is no class February 19 - Presidents Day.
Maurice Druon :
« Notre langage est à notre intellect ce que l'air est à nos poumons. »
Springboard is the university's online
learning management system. Here you:
- see the syllabus
- download course materials
- see your grades
- submit your essays to drop boxes
- see news items for French
Bienvenue au cours!
- Attendance is required.
- You are allowed only one week’s worth of absences for the course (2 class days).
- If a serious emergency requires you to miss more than the limit, this must be documented.
- If you miss more than three weeks of class, you are advised to drop the course, since you will have missed more than 20% of its content.
- Make-ups for missed tests are allowed only if you give advance notice and a documented medical excuse.
- No student is permitted to retake a test.
- No individual extra credit work will be counted.
- Each class meeting is worth 10 pts. Excessive and repeated late coming to class as well as repeated lack of contribution to group work will be reflected in this grade.
Track your participation each week grading yourself on the following factors:
-Positive contribution to the class
-Regular use of new vocabulary and structures (grammar)
-Volunteering to answer and ask questions
-Constant use of French in the classroom
D'abord, se présenter (Bonjour! Je m'appelle...)
Posez une question de la feuille. Si la
personne répond "oui", écrivez son nom
dans la case (box).
Votre objectif est de remplir au plus vite possible les cases d'une ligne.