Techniques for reading and interpreting different types of texts from the French-speaking world: stories, poetry, plays, films, music, and ads while building vocabulary, comprehension, speaking and writing skills. Prereq: 4 cr hrs of 1103 or 5 cr hrs of 104; or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 201.01, 201.51, or 206. This course is available for EM credit. FL Admis Cond course. Class Notes: French 2101.01 - Introduction to French and Francophone StudiesGet to know French culture, geography, and history by reading texts and images critically. Learn techniques for reading and interpreting different kinds of French texts: prose, poetry, plays. Build your vocabulary, your comprehension, your conversation skills and your writing skills as you learn techniques for navigating longer readings. French 2101 is a course designed to help students transition from beginning and intermediate language courses to the more advanced reading required at the 4000-level. It should help students develop reading, writing, and analytical skills to enable them to function at the higher level, as well as develop cultural recognition to help them understand their reading in context. Conducted in French. Enrollment Requirements: Prereq: 4 cr hrs of 1103 or 5 cr hrs of 104 or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 201.01, 201.51, or 206.
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