Ce cours vous permettra d'améliorer votre français écrit, en travaillant sur les différentes étapes du processus d'écriture (la recherche d'information, la prise de note, les brouillons, les corrections, la mise au propre etc), en révisant le vocabulaire et la grammaire, et en étudiant différents types de textes écrits.

This course offers students the opportunity to enhance and refine their language skills at an advanced level, preparing them for a variety of college entrance exams such as the AP and the SAT2.  Expanded authentic readings and auditory/visual clips, class discussions, compositions and cultural topics form the basis of the course.  Current events from various Francophone countries expand students’ awareness of international concerns from a French point of view. Students have numerous opportunities to participate in a variety of curricular and co-curricular activities that enhance the language learning, including a trip to Quebec in February 2015.

This course offers students the opportunity to develop and refine their language and grammar skills.  Expanded readings, culturally relevant films, class discussions, compositions, and cultural topics from Francophone countries form the basis of the course.  Current events from various Francophone countries expand students’ awareness of international concerns from a French point of view. Students have numerous opportunities to participate in a variety of curricular and co-curricular activities that enhance the language learning, including a trip to Quebec in February 2015.

This course is designed to review and provide further-in-depth study of the language skills and Francophone cultures introduced in French I. Students will explore new functions of the language through the use of real life situational activities and assessments. Authentic listening activities, short supplementary reading selections and cultural material will be presented in French. Assessments and learning activities will emphasize proficiency in all four communication skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Students use the language lab on a regular basis, and present oral and written reports in French.   This course will be conducted as much as possible in French and students will be expected to use French in class as the primary language of communication.   

This course is designed to introduce students to the French language and Francophone cultures. Students will explore new functions of the language through the use of real life situational activities and assessments. Authentic listening activities, short supplementary reading selections and cultural material will be presented in French. Assessments and learning activities will emphasize proficiency in all four communication skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Students use the language lab on a regular basis, and present oral and written reports in French.   This course will be conducted as much as possible in French.