For novices introduces the fundamental aspects of French structure and vocabulary and facets of French and francophone culture. Aural comprehension, speaking, studying, and writing. NOTE: Students with two or more years of highschool study from the language don’t receive graduation credit with this course.
Prerequisite, FREN 101. Continues study regarding essential aspects of French structure, vocabulary, and facets of French and francophone culture. Aural comprehension, speaking, studying, and writing. Newbie students with 2-three years of prior study from the language should sign up for 105.
For top beginners. Faster course that covers FREN 101 and 102 for college students with previous study of French. Aural comprehension, speaking, studying, and writing.Normally, this is the best course for college students who’ve had a niche between their last language course in senior high school and also the first course at UNC-Chapel Hill.
First semester intermediate prerequisite, FREN 102, 105, 111, or 401. Develops vocabulary skills for communication. Overview of elementary French with growing focus on studying and writing poor contemporary French and francophone culture. Newbie students have typically had 3-four years of previous study from the language in school.
Second semester intermediate prerequisite, FREN 203. Ongoing growth and development of vocabulary skills for communication through studying and discussion of literary and cultural texts. Focus on accurate grammar in written and dental expression. Newbie students have typically had 4-five years of previous study in school.
First conversation course prerequisite, FREN 204, 212, or 402. Opening conversation for building dental proficiency while growing understanding of French culture. Focus on vocabulary and grammatical precision writing activities support speaking. Newbie students have typically had five years of previous study or AP. NOTE: French 255 features a writing component and it is a Communication Intensive Course.
Summary of French Literature. Prerequisite, FREN 204, 212, or 402. Skills for more literary studies through French poetry, theater, and prose from Renaissance to the current. Lectures, discussions, and written assignments. It counts for that Literary Arts requirement.