Courses available this term are listed below.
This course is designed for students who may not possess any knowledge of French. It introduces them to French as a second language and places emphasis on interpersonal communication, while introducing the four fundamental skills: oral expression, oral comprehension, as well as reading and writing. Students learn, through a variety of engaging and interactive activities, the fundamental principles to give them basic communication skills. Emphasis is on basic conversational skills such as being able to describe their family, order food in a restaurant, or say what their occupation is and where they work. Textbook required.
New students must have their conversational French assessed by the course instructor through a quick interview process.
Sign up for an assessment interview here.
This course is designed for students who possess an elementary knowledge of French, such as introducing yourself, expressing actions in the present tense and describing people and objects. The focus of the course is on interpersonal communication, while reinforcing and building on the four fundamental skills: oral expression, oral comprehension, as well as reading and writing. Students learn, through a variety of engaging and interactive activities, principles to begin to refine their communication skills. Emphasis is on using sentences to describe everyday life and professional life, such as going shopping, healthcare, the daily routine and work schedule. Pre-requisite: LANG101K. Textbook required.