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As a continuation of French 103, this course will help students gain greater fluency in French, through an exploration of French and Francophone literature, film, media, politics, and culture. With a focus on listening, speaking, reading, and writing, students will review advanced grammar expand their vocabulary, gain greater confidence, and both discuss and debate central questions in the social, political, and cultural landscape of French-speaking communities in Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean.
Format: lecture; Remote. Both sections of 104 will convene synchronously via web-conferencing three times per week (two sessions with the instructor, one session with the TA), with an emphasis on speaking practice in small groups, and a series of varied online activities in-between our synchronous sessions. Prof. Tresfel's R1 course's TA meetings will be scheduled at agreed-upon times once enrollment is established. Prof Cornell's R2 course's TA meetings will take place during scheduled class hours.
Grading: yes pass/fail option,
no fifth course option
short weekly readings, participation, online homework, three quizzes, three writing assignments and one final project.
RLFR 103, or by placement test, or permission of instructor
Preference will go to students who have taken 103 in Fall 2020. Statement of interest solicited if overenrolled.
after successfully completing RLFR 104, students may register for RLFR 201