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82-101 Elementary French I

Department:Modern Languages
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This course is for students who have never studied French. The emphasis is on all four skills (listening, speaking, reading, writing) and on cultural information as it is presented in the text and through homework assignments. Regular participation in class is mandatory (four in-class hours per week). In addition, this course requires that students spend time in the Modern Language Resource Center (MLRC) using different multimedia tools (audio CD, video, CD ROM, ML server, Internet) to complete assignments. Information on how to use these tools will be provided. The elementary level is designed to help students learn to reflect upon and draw upon strategies used by good language learners in their second language study. If a student has studied French before, then s/he must take the placement exam. Instructions for taking the placement exam are in Baker Hall 160. Prerequisite: No previous instruction in French.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 8:30 - 9:20 am M Youngs PH 126A Add course to my schedule
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W Youngs PH 126A
F Youngs PH 126A
B 9:30 - 10:20 am M Instructor TBA PH A18C Add course to my schedule
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F Instructor TBA PH A18C

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