FREN 309: Reading and Writing Skills Development
FREN 309-001: Reading and Writing Skills Dev
09:30 AM to 11:20 AM MWF
Aquia Building 347
Section Information for Spring 2019
FREN 309 is a 6-credit course specifically designed for French majors/minors who need practice in the written language beyond the intermediate level; it is required for all advanced work in French. It fulfills all or part of the writing-intensive requirement for the French major. Course objectives are to
- provide students with a full review of French grammar studied at the 200 level and expand upon it
- expose students to a wide range of written material: literary descriptions, portraits, essays, short stories, film reviews, newspaper articles, professional letters, etc.
- offer opportunities to improve their written skills.
Taught in French
Satisfies the writing intensive requirement in the major.
Course Information from the University Catalog
Development of ability to write on topics of current interest. Readings provide examples of each topic and necessary vocabulary for compositions. Introduces reading strategies and provides practice in reading of different kinds of texts. May not be repeated for credit.
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