Summer Sessions 2017

Summer Session I 2017  [June 26 - August 4, 2017]

 


French 001. Elementary French (5 units)
Kyle Patterson

MTWRF 10:00-11:40A
102 Hutchison Hall
CRN 
51760

Description: Presentation of the basic grammar and vocabulary of French as well as cultural information about the French-speaking world (textbook chapters 1 to 6); in-class interactive exercises and out-of-class assignments for practice in using the language for listening and reading comprehension, writing, and speaking. French is the exclusive means of communication in class. Course materials (other than the textbook and workbook) and daily homework assignments are available through SmartSite.

Prerequisite: No previous study of French is assumed. Students who have never studied French (or who have had fewer than two years of French in high school and do not place into French 002) should enroll in French 001. Students with two or more years of French in high school may only take this course for a Pass/ No Pass grade.

GE credit (Old): Arts & Humanities.
GE credit (New): Arts & Humanities and World Cultures.

Format: Discussion; Laboratory.

Textbook:

  • A. Valdman, C. Pons, and M.E. Scullen, Chez Nous Media Enhanced Package [4th Edition]  (Pearson Learning Solutions, 2014)

French 002. Elementary French (5 units)
Robert Parsley

MTWRF 12:10-1:50P
110 Hunt Hall
CRN 
51761

Course Description: Presentation of the basic grammar and vocabulary of French as well as cultural information about the French-speaking world (textbook chapters 7 to 11); in-class interactive exercises and out-of-class assignments for practice in using the language for listening and reading comprehension, writing, and speaking. French is the exclusive means of communication in class. Course materials (other than the textbook and workbook) and daily homework assignments are available through SmartSite.

Prerequisite: French 001 or Language Placement Exam (Any student, regardless of previous experience studying French, may take this course for a letter or Pass/ No Pass grade).

GE credit (Old): Arts & Humanities.
GE credit (New): Arts & Humanities and World Cultures.

Format: Discussion; Laboratory.

Textbook:

  • A. Valdman, C. Pons, and M.E. Scullen, Chez Nous Media Enhanced Package [4th Edition]  (Pearson Learning Solutions, 2014)

Summer Session II 2017  [August 7 - September 15, 2017]

 


French 001. Elementary French (5 units)
Lamia Mezzour-Hodson

MTWRF 12:10-1:50P
163 Olson Hall
CRN 
73984

Description: Presentation of the basic grammar and vocabulary of French as well as cultural information about the French-speaking world (textbook chapters 1 to 6); in-class interactive exercises and out-of-class assignments for practice in using the language for listening and reading comprehension, writing, and speaking. French is the exclusive means of communication in class. Course materials (other than the textbook and workbook) and daily homework assignments are available through SmartSite.

Prerequisite: No previous study of French is assumed. Students who have never studied French (or who have had fewer than two years of French in high school and do not place into French 002) should enroll in French 001. Students with two or more years of French in high school may only take this course for a Pass/ No Pass grade.

GE credit (Old): Arts & Humanities.
GE credit (New): Arts & Humanities and World Cultures.

Format: Discussion; Laboratory.

Textbook:

  • A. Valdman, C. Pons, and M.E. Scullen, Chez Nous Media Enhanced Package [4th Edition]  (Pearson Learning Solutions, 2014)

French 003. Elementary French (5 units)
Alexander Mendes

MTWRF 10:00-11:40A
25 Wellman Hall
CRN 
71793

Course Description: Presentation of the basic grammar and vocabulary of French as well as cultural information about the French-speaking world (textbook chapters 12 to 16); in-class interactive exercises and out-of-class assignments for practice in using the language for listening and reading comprehension, writing, and speaking. French is the exclusive means of communication in class. Course materials (other than the textbook and workbook) and daily homework assignments are available through SmartSite.

Prerequisite: French 002 or Language Placement Exam (Any student, regardless of previous experience studying French, may take this course for a letter or Pass/ No Pass grade).

GE credit (Old): Arts & Humanities.
GE credit (New): Arts & Humanities and World Cultures.

Format: Discussion; Laboratory.

Textbook:

  • A. Valdman, C. Pons, and M.E. Scullen, Chez Nous Media Enhanced Package [4th Edition]  (Pearson Learning Solutions, 2014)