FREN1009     Elementary French I             Automne 2018     
Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
                  BOSTON COLLEGE

                      

INSTRUCTORS: Sections 1 & 3: 
Claire Gutowsky
Section 2:
Andréa Javel
Sections 4 & 6:
Jerrica Davy
Sections 5 & 7:
Xiaoxi Li
Class times: M-W-F
9 & 11 am
M-W-F
10 am
M-W-F
12 & 1
M-W-F
12 & 2 pm
Office:

Lyons 204a

E-mail: gutowsky@bc.edu

andrea.javel@
bc.edu

jerrica.davy@bc.edu libno@bc.edu
Office hours:
M-W- F
9:15 - 9:45
1:00 - 2:30




COORDINATOR:

ANDRÉA JAVEL

Office:

Lyons 204A

E-mail: 

javel@bc.edu

OFFICE HOURS:

Mon, Wed & Fri 9:15 - 9:45 & 1:00 - 2:30
(and by appointment

WEB SITE:

www2.bc.edu/~andrea-javel (Links to on-line  syllabi, worksheets and study guides for tests).

Programme: There is no textbook for this course.  We are going to use a new online program called Vivre en France.  This program is a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) and is free of charge.  It was developed by the Alliance française a world reknowned international language school. It has the endorsement of the French government.  To register, go to fun-mooc.fr and create your account.  Then do search for courses using the following Vivre en France A1.   Click on register to have access to the entire site.  You should see
your dashboard.  You will find course materials by clicking on "Courseware".   We will supplement the course with other free source materials throughout the semester.  Although the site's webmaster recommends Chrome, some items would only download on Firefox.
We will keep you posted.

Questionnaire: Click here to access a questionnaire on your background in French. Please take a moment to fill it in and then turn it in to your instructor.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: You may have chosen French because your grandparents speak it, or because of an interest in Impressionist art, European history, French literature, fashion, avant-garde cinema, travel, French cuisine or because you watched the Tour de France or the French Open this summer. Whatever the reason (perhaps just to fulfill the requirement), it may seem like an exciting, yet daunting task. The objective of this course is to lay the foundation for acquiring proficiency in French and to prepare you to succeed in Intermediate French next year or in study abroad next summer.  To this end, Elementary French is film-based and conducted primarily in French, with extensive visuals to reinforce comprehension. The film, called Le Chemin du retour or The Road Home, is the story of a young French woman, Camille, in search of her roots.  There is a family secret to be uncovered with possibly disastrous consequences.  Camille's investigation will take her from modern day France back to World War II.  In between,  you will have the opportunity to learn about her everyday life, her family and to visit some of the most beautiful neighborhoods of Paris.  The textbook and workbook are carefully coordinated to present, reinforce and explore the vocabulary and grammatical structures used by the film's characters and necessary for proficiency.  In class activities, as well as those in the workbook, will allow you to personalize this vocabulary and grammar and to emerge with the confidence you need to interact in French in the classroom and beyond. What lies beyond the classroom is the French speaking world (le monde francophone). It is also our goal to introduce you to this world, be it through the many resources available on campus, in the greater Boston area and on the Internet. This contact with Francophone culture will reinforce your cultural competence and deepen your understanding of other disciplines studied at Boston College. 

PREREQUISITES AND PLACEMENT: This is a beginning course for those who have not studied French previously, or who have a very minimal background and have been placed at this level by the Department of Romance Languages' computer placement exam. Students who have had French before and have not taken the Placement Test must take it during the drop/add period ending September 5, 2018. Access the Department's website for the link to the Placement Exam.  A student having placed into Elementary French through the placement exam must show proof of such to his/her instructor.  Upon completion of the test, students receive an e-mail copy of their score.  This score can be printed and presented to the instructor or forwarded through e-mail.

THE ELEMENTARY FRENCH I PRACTICUM: If you are a true beginner, have struggled with foreign languages in the past or want further reinforcement of grammatical structures and vocabulary studied in FREN1009 , we highly recommend that you enroll in the Elementary French I Practicum (FREN1011).  It takes place once a week, on Tuesdays. You can choose between the 11:00 and the 12:00 sections.  Sections are limited to 10 students.  Click here for further information.

Students with Disabilities

If you are a student with a documented disability seeking reasonable accommodations in this course, please contact Kathy Duggan, (617) 552-8093, dugganka@bc.edu, at the Connors Family Learning Center regarding learning disabilities and ADHD, or Paulette Durrett, (617) 552-3470, paulette.durrett@bc.edu, in the Disability Services Office regarding all other types of disabilities, including temporary disabilities. Advance notice and appropriate documentation are required for accommodations.

Need more exposure to the French language and culture?
Attend one of the many activities sponsored by La Maison française in Voute Hall at 110 Commonwealth Avenue.   Follow La Maison française on Twitter, "like" it on Facebook or follow Maison's blog.  See information below.
Twitter: bcmaisonfr
Facebook: www.facebook.com/LaMaisonFrancaiseBC Blog: http://bcmaisonfrancaise.blogspot.com

Want to spend next summer in France? Click here!

GRADING:                                         (percent of final grade)

Class participation and homework :

15%

Compositions (Je passe à l'action)


Cinémathèques (2)

 6%

TV5 Monde (3)
 6%

Mid-term online oral test

 6%

3 tests* (listening comprehension + writing)

20%

Film critique

 5%

Final exam (written)

20%

CLASS PARTICIPATION AND ABSENCE POLICY: Since learning to communicate in French requires regular oral practice, the Department allows only three (3) unexcused absences per term. Subsequent missed classes, unless officially excused by the Dean's Office, will result in point loss from the Class Participation grade. Students are wholly responsible for making up any missed work promptly following an absence. Late work will NOT be accepted. In order to excel in class participation and to make the most of this course, students must be present and must have prepared the items indicated on the syllabus for a given day.  The use of cell phones for texting in class is detrimental to effective class participation and will result in a lower class participation grade. 

VIVRE EN FRANCE:

TESTS AND MAKE-UP POLICY: There will be three unit tests during the semester; each covering material studied over the course of 3 chapters.  The first test will cover the Chapitre préliminaire and Chapters 1 and 2.  The second, on Chapters 3 - 5 and the third on Chapters 6 - 8.  Chapters 9 - 11 will be covered this semester, but students will be tested on this information on the Final Exam.  Tests will include listening and written components.  The lowest test grade will be dropped.  No makeup tests will be given, except for medical reasons. A written excuse from a physician or the Dean's office must be provided.

CINÉMATHÈQUE: Cinema provides language immersion, cultural information, historical data and a unique opportunity to develop a feel for the language as it is spoken by natives. Students are required to see 3 French or Francophone films of their own choosing during the fall semester and will fill out and hand in a Fiche technique on two of the films they have seen. (Students will do a film critique on the third film. See description below.) Films may be checked out of the O'Neill Media Lab, viewed on campus at the Maison Française, at local cinemas or at home. American movies dubbed in French do not qualify, i.e. the Disney version of Beauty and the Beast.  On the other hand, Jean Cocteau's surrealist version of the same story, La Belle et la Bête is an excellent choice.  

Recommended films: French language films available at O'Neill Library.  Many French films are also available on Netflix or Amazon Prime.  There are usually a number of French films playing at cinemas in the Boston area, as well as at the Museum of Fine Arts, as well.  Consult the local newspaper or boston.com for listings.

TV5 MONDE, Ateliers (workshops): On this website there are 31 ateliers for débutants (beginners).  You will do three of them over the course of the semester.  Watch the video several times and use the script to read aloud with the speaker during your second viewing.  Then do the exercises that follow and read the brief “memos” and play one of the games.  Take screen shots of your results and drag them into a Google Doc.  Share your document with your instructor by putting it in your personal Elementary French I folder. 

A list of the countries that make up "la Francophonie".

MID-TERM ONLINE ORAL TEST: This test will consist of 6 oral questions.  Expect personal questions (not too personal) which draw upon the broad themes and contexts discussed in Chapitres préliminaire - 7.  The test will take place on either Wednesday, November 1 or Friday, November 3 (check the syllabus for your instructor's last name in the syllabus on those dates) in the Language Laboratory, Lyons 313. Please state your name at the beginning of your recording. You will be graded on the appropriateness of your response (i.e., did you answer the question?), accurate use of grammar, appropriate vocabulary and pronunciation. 

FILM CRITIQUE: Students are required to see at least one French language film at the Maison Française, at the O'Neill Media Lab, at the cinema or at home and to write a short critique of the film IN FRENCH.  The Film Critique is to be handed in through Google Drive.  Film critique guidelines.

FINAL EXAM: A two hour written exam based on Chapters 1-11 and the first 11 episodes of the film, Chemin du retour, will be given on Saturday, December 15, 2018 from 4 to 6 p.m. Please note that this date and time is different from that given in the course guide. Students with two or more exams on that date may sign up to take the Makeup (date and time to be announced). Please note that the date of the makeup is always after the scheduled exam time. There will be no exceptions.

WE CARE ABOUT ACADEMIC INTEGRITY; YOU SHOULD TOO. Plagiarism is a serious issue and is treated as such.   Any and all work submitted in this course must be each student's own work.  Submitting work done by another student, all or in part and/or work taken verbatim from another source is considered to be plagiarism.  Plagiarism or cheating can lead to disciplinary action involving the student's Dean.  Doing your own work on assignments will ensure that you make the progress required to succeed in Elementary French II and beyond.  The use of Google Translator or other online translation sites is strictly forbidden as this also constitutes an academic integrity issue.  Use of an online translator is quite often readily apparent to your instructor. Wikipedia can provide an overall idea on a topic, but should not be relied upon as a source.  Copying from Wikipedia word-for-word IS plagiarism and can lead to sanctions. The use of online dictionaries such as Wordreference.com is allowed.  Click here for a quiz on what constitutes a breach of academic integrity.  Once you have completed the quiz, sign it and submit share it with your instructor on Google Drive.  This quiz is mandatory and will constitute part of your participation grade.

Academic Integrity

Boston College values the academic integrity of its students and faculty. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the university’s policy on academic integrity. Violations of academic integrity will be reported to your class dean and judged by the academic integrity committee in your school. If you are found responsible for violating the policy, penalties may include a failing grade as well as possible probation, suspension, or expulsion, depending on the seriousness and circumstances of the violation.

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In computing grades, the following numerical equivalents for the 12 letter grades will be used:

A 4.00 (95 -100)

B- 2.67 (80 - 82)

D+ 1.33 (67 - 69)

A- 3.67 ( 91 - 94)

C+ 2.33 (77 - 79)

D1.00 (64 - 66)

B+ 3.33 (87 - 90)

C 2.00  (74 -76)

D-0.67 (60 - 63)

B 3.00 (83 - 86)

C- 1.67 (70 - 73)

F 0.00 (below 60)

Language Lab Hours:
Sundays 1 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Mondays - Thursdays 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Fridays 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
CLOSED SATURDAYS

Lexique du syllabus

apporter
to bring (something)
la boîte à outils
 the toolbox
cliquez
click on
écrivez
write
le film
the film
en ligne
online
Je comprends
I understand
Je découvre
I discover
J'écoute
I listen
J'écris
I write
Je m'informe...
I find out about...(literally: I get informed)
Je passe à l'action.
I take action.
Je réagis
I react
Je réfléchis
I reflect (on)
le lien
the link
récapitulons!
Let's recap!
regardez
watch/look at
à rendre
to be handed in
télécharger
to download


DATE: 

MATERIAL TO BE READ and/or COVERED (Tests are in bold.):

Pages to be read, structures to be studied and items to be handed in are listed below.

Mon - August 27   

Introduction au cours, les salutations, votre programme en ligne, Vivre en France, votre boîte à outils pour le cours. 


Wed - August 29

Salutations,  les personnages (characters) du cours, le lexique du cours (course glossary), les nombres (numbers), les consignes de classe (course instructions and icons) sous-titres (subtitles). 
Les verbes: s'appeler (to call oneself, to call), être (to be)

  • Cliquez sur les liens à gauche (to the left) et regardez les 3 petites vidéos avant la classe.
  • Préparez la page nº (p.1) du «Précis lexical».  (À télécharger au site fun-mooc.fr, Vivre en France, Courseware.)

Fri - August 31

Introduction au film, Le bonheur d'Elza.
La francophonie et le français dans le monde!
La Guadeloupe
 

  • Cliquez sur le lien à gauche pour regardez la bande annonce (trailer) du film, Le bonheur d'Elza.  Note what you have learned about the film, its characters, la francophonie and la Guadeloupe (in English). 
  • Regardez la première partie du film avant mercredi prochain (before next Wednesday).
Mon - Sept. 3
Fête du travail, pas de cours! 

Wed-Sept 5
(Last date for undergraduate students to drop/add or to declare a course pass/fail in UIS)
Le bonheur d'Elza: les personnages et la première partie du film

UNITÉ 1: Vivre en France - J'arrive en France
  • Préparez les activités suivantes (Prepare les following activities) en ligne au site fun-mooc.fr, au cours Vivre en France, Unité 1, J'arrive en France  1) Je découvre, 2) Je m'informe , 3) Je réagis et 4) Je comprends


Fri- Sept 7

UNITÉ 1: J'arrive en France
Se présenter (Introducing oneself)
Se décrire (describing oneself): sa situation de famille (marital status) son (one's) âge, sa (one's) profession
La négation

  • Préparez les activités suivantes (Prepare les following activities) en ligne au site fun-mooc.fr, au cours Vivre en France, Unité 1, J'arrive en France  5) Je réfléchis - la grammaire.  Regardezla vidéo et préparez les activités.  (There are 3 of them.  They're short.  Do each activity until you get it right, then click on the arrow below it to move to the next activity.)
  • Regardez la deuxième (2ème) partie du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce (this) week-end.



Mon-Sept 10


Le bonheur d'Elza


UNITÉ 1: J'arrive en France
Prononciation: Le groupe rythmique


 

  • Écrivez un petit paragraphe sur Elza, son âge, sa situation de famille et sa profession. 
  • Préparez les activités suivantes (Prepare les following activities) en ligne au site fun-mooc.fr, au cours Vivre en France, Unité 1, J'arrive en France 6) Cliquez sur «J'écoute et j'écris».  There are 4 activities.
  • (They are labeled incorrectly as "Je réfléchis" at the top, but you get to them by clicking on 6. J'écoute et j'écris).

Wed-Sept 12


Récapitulons! Unité 1

  • Écrivez un paragraphe sur un des sujets en ligne en cliquant sur «Je passe à l'action» (Call it, "Je passe à l'action - Unité 2".  Share it with your professor on Google Drive.)
  • Cliquez sur «Je m'évalue» et testez-vous.  Note which words/expressions you had trouble with.  Re-take the test until you get all the answers correct.


Fri-Sept 14



UNITÉ 2: Je me présente...nom, prénom, nationalité, date de naissance (birthday), langues parlées (languages spoken), adresse.

  • Regardez la troisième partie du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce (this) week-end.
  • Unité 2,  préparez les activités «Je réagis» 1/2 (this link provides additional information to help you with the activity) et nº 4, «Je comprends» enligne. 

Mon-Sept 17


Le bonheur d'Elza

UNITÉ 2: Les verbes en -ER
Je réfléchis (sans le son la première fois)

l'accentuation (l'accent tonique en français)

  • Unité 2,  Activité nº 6. J'écoute et j'écris.  (There are 3 activities to do.  There is no writing in these activities. Once you have finished the first one, toggle to the next screen by clicking on the arrow on the bottom of the screen.  One you're finished, check your answers. ) 

Wed-Sept 19

UNITÉ 2: Description au présent.

Récapitulons! Unité 2

  • TV5 Monde/Atelier pour débutants au choix.
  • Écrivez un paragraphe sur un des sujets en ligne en cliquant sur «Je passe à l'action» et je m'évalue.  (Call it, "Je passe à l'action - Unité 2".  Share it with your professor on Google Drive.)
  • Cliquez sur «Je m'évalue» et testez-vous.  Note which words/expressions you had trouble with.  Re-take the test until you get all the answers correct.




Fri-Sept. 21


UNITÉ 3:
Les numéros et la numérotation en France,
description des lieux (places)


  • Écrivez un paragraphe sur un des sujets en ligne en cliquant sur «Je passe à l'action» et je m'évalue.  (Call it, "Je passe à l'action - Unité 3".  Share it with your professor on Google Drive.)
  • Cliquez sur «Je m'évalue» et testez-vous.  Note which words/expressions you had trouble with.  Re-take the test until you get all the answers correct.
  • Regardez la 4ème (quatrième) partie du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce (this) week-end.



Mon-Sept 24

Le bonheur d'Elza

UNITÉ 3: Je m'oriente dans une ville. (I get my bearings in a city.)
Vous aimez votre quartier?  Pourquoi ou pourquoi pas?
Les verbes de préférence

Wed-Sept 26



UNITÉ 3:  Les articles définis et indéfinis (the vs. a, an)
Les commerces (businesses) et lieux de détente (places to relax) dans une ville
Récapitulons: Unité 3

  •   (Call it, "Je passe à l'action - Unité 2".  Share it with your professor on Google Drive.)Regardez la cinquième partie du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce (this) week-end.

Fri- Sept 28

Contrôle nº 1 sur les Unités 1, 2 & 3


Mon-Oct 1
(Last date for undergraduates to drop a course or to declare a course pass/fail in the Associate Dean's Offices.)

Le bonheur d'Elza
UNITÉ 4: Je fais la connaissance avec mes voisins.
Les activités et loisirs (leisure activities) en France, poser (asking) questions



Wed-Oct 3


UNITÉ 4: les jours de la semaine, les activités du dimanche (en été, en automne, en hiver et au printemps)



Fri-Oct 5

Récapitulons: Unité 4
Prononciation: l'intonation

  • TV5 Monde/Atelier pour débutants au choix.
  • Écrivez un paragraphe sur un des sujets en ligne en cliquant sur «Je passe à l'action» et je m'évalue.  (Call it, "Je passe à l'action - Unité 4".  Share it with your professor on Google Drive.)
  • Cliquez sur «Je m'évalue» et testez-vous.  Note which words/expressions you had trouble with.  Re-take the test until you get all the answers correct.

Mon-Oct 8

Columbus Day!  No class!



Wed-Oct 10

UNITÉ 5: Je fais les courses (I go food shopping).
Faire ses courses (Going food shopping) en France
Les marchés en plein air (farmers' markets) et les supermarchés (supermarkets)

Fri-Oct 12

UNITÉ 5: les textos (texting), l'expression de quantité, les produits alimentaires (food)

  • Regardez la sixième (6ème) partie du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce (this) week-end.

Mon-Oct 15

Le bonheur d'Elza

Récapitulons: Unité 5
 Prononciation: les enchaînements, l'élision et la liaison



  • Écrivez un paragraphe sur un des sujets en ligne en cliquant sur «Je passe à l'action» et je m'évalue.  (Call it, "Je passe à l'action - Unité 5".  Share it with your professor on Google Drive.)
  • Cliquez sur «Je m'évalue» et testez-vous.  Note which words/expressions you had trouble with.  Re-take the test until you get all the answers correct.

Wed-Oct 17


UNITÉ 6:  Je fais les achats (I go shopping in general.)
Acheter des vêtements dans un magasin
Les couleurs, les vêtements
Tailles (sizes) en France



Fri-Oct 19

UNITÉ 6: Faire les magasins, les adjectifs demonstratifs ce, cet, cette & ces (this, these)


  • Regardez la septième (7ème) partie du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce (this) week-end.

Mon-Oct 22


Le bonheur d'Elza

Récapitulons: Unité 6 Prononciation: l'intonation de groupe

  • Écrivez un paragraphe sur un des sujets en ligne en cliquant sur «Je passe à l'action» et je m'évalue.  (Call it, "Je passe à l'action - Unité 6".  Share it with your professor on Google Drive.)
  • Cliquez sur «Je m'évalue» et testez-vous.  Note which words/expressions you had trouble with.  Re-take the test until you get all the answers correct.



Wed-Oct 24


Contrôle nº 3 sur les Unités 4, 5 et 6



Fri-Oct 26



UNITÉ 7: J'organise un rendez-vous
Les types de rendez-vous, l'heure (time) et un lieu (place)

  • Regardez la huitième (8ème)  partie du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce (this) week-end.

Mon-Oct 29


Le bonheur d'Elza

UNITÉ 7: Organiser un rendez-vous au cinéma ou ailleurs, les prépositions de lieu




Wed-Oct 31

MID-TERM ONLINE ORAL TEST IN LANGUAGE LAB Lyons 313 for students of the following instructors:  GUTOWSKY, JAVEL and DAVY's students)

OU (OR)


UNITÉ 7: (Professor LI'S students):
Les mots pour situer dans le temps (le matin, le soir etc.)     
Prononication: les sons [i] et [y]
Récapitulons: Unité 7

Professor LI'S students only:

  • Écrivez un paragraphe sur un des sujets en ligne en cliquant sur «Je passe à l'action» et je m'évalue.  (Call it, "Je passe à l'action - Unité 7".  Share it with your professor on Google Drive.)
  • Cliquez sur «Je m'évalue» et testez-vous.  Note which words/expressions you had trouble with.  Re-take the test until you get all the answers correct.



Fri-Nov 2

MID-TERM ONLINE ORAL TEST IN LANGUAGE LAB Lyons 313!  (Instructor LI'S students only)

OU (OR)

UNITÉ 7: (Professor GUTOWSKY, JAVEL AND DAVY'S students):
Les mots pour situer dans le temps (le matin, le soir etc.)     
Prononication: les sons [i] et [y]

Professor GUTOWSKY, JAVEL & DAVY's students only:

  • Regardez la neuvième (9ème)  partie du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce (this) week-end.

Mon-Nov 5

Le bonheur d'Elza
UNITÉ 8:
Je me loge.  (I find a place to live.)
France métropolitaine, France d'outre-mer: les DROM et les COM

Les différentes parties d'un immeuble / les pièces d'un appartement ou d'une maison
Les adjectifs possessifs

Wed-Nov 7

UNITÉ 8: Les rituels de la vie dans un immeuble en France.
Capsule vidéo socioculturelle «Je me loge»
Décrire un immeuble, l'accord des adjectifs en genre et en nombre.



  • Écrivez un paragraphe sur un des sujets en ligne en cliquant sur «Je passe à l'action» et je m'évalue.  (Call it, "Je passe à l'action - Unité 8".  Share it with your professor on Google Drive.)
  • Cliquez sur «Je m'évalue» et testez-vous.  Note which words/expressions you had trouble with.  Re-take the test until you get all the answers correct.
Fri - Nov 9
 Récapitulons: Unité 8
 Prononciation: les sons [y] et [u]
  • Regardez la dizième (10ème) partie du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce (this) week-end.
 

Mon-Nov 12

Le bonheur d'Elza

UNITÉ 9: Je voyage en France
Acheter un billet d'autocar, de train, etc. (à la gare, sur Internet)
Capsule vidéo socioculturelle «les voyages»



Wed-Nov 14

UNITÉ 9: L'impératif: donner des ordres, inviter

Fri-Nov 16 

UNITÉ 9: Les moyens de transport
Récapitulons: Unité 9
Prononciation: les sons [s] et [z]

  • Écrivez un paragraphe sur un des sujets en ligne en cliquant sur «Je passe à l'action» et je m'évalue.  (Call it, "Je passe à l'action - Unité 9".  Share it with your professor on Google Drive.)Cliquez sur «Je m'évalue» et testez-vous.  Note which words/expressions you had trouble with.  Re-take the test until you get all the answers correct.
  • Regardez la onzième (11ème) partie du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce (this) week-end.



Mon-Nov 19

Le bonheur d'Elza



Wed Nov 21 - Fri 23

THANKSGIVING!  Mangez bien!


Mon-Nov 26
( Last date for official withdrawal from a course or from the university)

  •  

Wed-Nov 28

( Last date for official withdrawal from a course or from the university)

UNITÉ 11: Je me soigne (I take care of myself.)
Parler de son corps, parler des symptômes
Capsule vidéo socioculturelle «Je me soigne»


  • Regardez la fin du film Le bonheur d'Elza ce soir.

Fri-Nov 30

Le bonheur d'Elza
UNITÉ 11:
La négation

Mon-Dec 3

UNITÉ 11: Mise au point de l'unité 11
Prononciation: Les sons /
ɛ/ et /ɛn] [yn]

  • FILM CRITIQUE à rendre.




Wed-Dec 5



 

Fri-Dec 7
Atelier d'histoire orale

Mon-Dec 10
RÉVISION pour l'examen final
Episodes 1 à 11.
MOCK EXAM FOR FINAL- FRANÇAIS ÉLÉMENTAIRE I

REVIEW.SHEET.FINAL.EXAM.ELEM.FRN

Tues-Dec 12

General review, all sections - 12:00 to 1:00,  place TBA.


Sat - Dec 15

FINAL EXAM, 4 - 6
Check Agora for location.


Wed-Dec 19

Make-up exam

For students who have 3 exams on December 16.