RLFR 103
Intermediate Studies in French Language and Francophone Cultures Fall 2016
Division I
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This first-semester intermediate course builds on RLFR 101-102, with added focus on French-speaking cultures around the globe. The course prepares students for future study in French by increasing comprehension and communication skills, by refining lexical and cultural awareness, and by improving reading and writing. Daily work involves an expanded review of core grammatical structures and an exploration of various media, including film, music, and print. Conducted in French.
The Class: Format: lecture four hours a week with the professor, plus a fifth hour conference meeting with the French Teaching Assistants
Limit: 20
Expected: 20
Class#: 1782
Grading: yes pass/fail option, yes fifth course option
Requirements/Evaluation: active class participation, online workbook exercises, compositions (2 drafts), weekly quizzes, midterm, and final examination
Prerequisites: RLFR 101-102 or examination placement
Enrollment Preferences: first- and second-year students and those with compelling justification for admission
Unit Notes: students should seriously consider taking RLFR 103 AND 105 if they intend to enroll in more advanced French literature courses at the 200-level and above, or if they anticipate studying in France or a Francophone country during their junior year
Distributions: Division I

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