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RLFR 103
Intermediate Studies in French Language and Francophone Cultures Fall 2020
Division I

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As a continuation of French 101-102, this dynamic first-semester intermediate course is designed to help you improve your French, while at the same time learning more about French and Francophone cultures, politics, literature, and film. Through the active study and daily practice of listening, speaking, reading, and writing in French, you will: continue developing your communication skills and learn to express your opinions and ideas; improve your command of spoken and written French through a revision of important grammatical structures; strengthen your reading and writing skills in order to prepare you for further study of literary texts; and develop an increased vocabulary and cultural appreciation of French-speaking cultures around the world.
The Class: Format: lecture; Remote. This will be a remote course available to all students, whether they are on campus or completing coursework 100% remotely. We will convene synchronously via web-conferencing multiple times per week, with an emphasis on speaking practice in small groups. There will be many opportunities for all course members to interact via a series of varied online activities both during and in-between our synchronous sessions.
Limit: 12
Expected: 12
Class#: 2801
Grading: yes pass/fail option, no fifth course option
Requirements/Evaluation: participation, online homework, mid-semester and final projects, short writing assignments
Prerequisites: RLFR 101-102, or by Placement Test, or permission of instructor
Enrollment Preferences: Preference will go to first and second year students. Statement of interest solicited if overenrolled.
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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