Academic Learning Compact - French and Francophone Studies
The major allows you to achieve communicative competence in all four language skills: speaking, comprehension, reading and writing. You will become knowledgeable in French and Francophone culture, literature and/or linguistics, and you will learn how to interpret French-language texts according to their cultural, literary and/or linguistic content.
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Before Graduating You Must
- Satisfactorily complete an assignment in a 4000-level course that includes the written analysis of a text (text and and analysis in French) according to its cultural, literary and/or linguistic content, and an oral presentation and discussion conducted in French.
- Complete requirements for the baccalaureate degree, as determined by faculty.
Skills You Will Acquire in the Major (SLOs)
- Demonstrate language competence in French; knowledge of grammar and vocabulary.
- Define and describe cultural correlates, literary production and/or linguistic structure of French.
- Interpret French-language texts according to their cultural, literary and/or linguistic content.
- Engage effectively in spoken and written French, including the ability to understand the spoken language, speak with correct grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.
Table Key: I = Introduced; R = Reinforced; A = Assessed
|FRW 3100 or 3101
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Oral presentation/discussion conducted in French and a final paper in Senior Seminar.