Department of French, German and Italian
FSL 305F - Functional French V 
March 5, 2005
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D. Trott
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trott@chass.utoronto.ca
fsl 305F
functional french V
LECO101
Syllabus
2004-2005
MWF 9-10:00
North Building 205

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This course will focus on the expansion of students' proficiency in French; it is practical and aims at fluency in conversations. Classes will consist in involvement in various situations (acting, group discussions, public presentations, family gatherings, etc.) requiring communicative skills in order for students to use the language. 
COURSE MATERIALS [THIS COURSE DOES NOT HAVE A PRINTED MANUAL] : .
  • Students will have free access on line to a  selection of French dictionaries (Voilà.fr, Trésor de la Langue Française Informatisé, etc ) and grammar revision exercises (see web site section on Ressources: Dictionnaires, Grammaire).
  • They may, of course, also wish to own a copy of a unilingual dictionary (Micro-Robert), a bilingual dictionary (Robert-Collins French-English, English-French Dictionary), and a reference grammar.
  • The assimilation of information and skills set out in the classroom sessions and handouts will be assisted and reinforced by the online resources which are specified in the course syllabus.

EVALUATION (see the Departmental Guide pratique des études en français for important advice)
See also the official University of Toronto guidelines on plagiarism and how to avoid it

Work on the World Wide Web 10%
One composition to be written in class 10%
Two prepared listening tests (September and October) 15%
Two written tests (October and December) 20%
Overall assessment 10%
Individual project  20%
Final oral examination 15%

 

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