FRENCH CONVERSATIONAL IVThis subject stresses language acqusition through student involvement in learning activities such as question/answer practice and role-playing. Students are encouraged to express themselves in a creative and spontaneous manner.
PrerequisitesLGE300 or permission of the instructor
Credit StatusOne General Education Credit: Category I
GENERAL LEARNING OUTCOMESUpon successful completion of this course, students will be able to
TOPIC BASED PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
Week 1: Review Chapitre 12 - Scene 1
Modes of InstructionInstructors develop the listening, speaking, and reading skills of their students by using a wide range of teaching strategies (teacher-centred, student-centred, paired, and grouped activities) to meet the different learning styles of their students.
Prescribed Texts and TutorialsDe Meo, Patricia P., James W. Brown, and B. Edward Gesner. Bonne Route! Toronto: Harcourt, 1995. ISBN: 0-17-640477-5. Books come with accompanying cassette (ISBN: 0-03-923025-2).
Reference TextsCollins-Robert French Dictionary. 2nd Edition. Toronto: Collier, 1988. ISBN 0000433451
Modes of EvaluationA student must successfully complete all segments of a subject in order to earn a passing grade. Students who have not passed the term work may not be permitted to write the final assignment/examination. For further information on evaluation and academic standing, see the Academic Policy available at Registration.
Grading is based on the following marking scheme:
Students should keep all assignments (including drafts and outlines) and exercises until they receive their final grade.
Students may appeal any final grade in a subject or any decision by
the College, following the recommendation of a Promotion Committee, with
respect to the student's academic standing, continuation or status in a
program, School, Faculty or the College. It is the policy of the
College that a student who invokes this appeal process will be given a
fair hearing. For further information on appeals, please see Section
11 of the Academic Policy Handbook.
Last Updated: Fall 2002