|Core units (all year-long) |
|HMF201 Oral and Written French 2 |
|HMF301 Oral and Written French 3|
|HMF302 Oral and Written French 3B |
|Electives offered in 1996 ||Semester||Stream||HMF205/305||1 ||2, 3 ||HMF309||1||3B||HMF311||2||3B||HMF304||2||3, 3B||HMF206||2||2 ||HMF313||1||3, 3B ||HMF314||2||3, 3B ||HMF215/315||1||2, 3, 3B||HMF216/316||2||2, 3, 3B|
|a)||Degree students may not enrol in a lower and a higher level of the language concurrently (except for students undertaking a double major where both HMF301 and HMF302 are required). |
|b)||Degree students may not enrol in a lower level after they have passed a higher level of the same language. |
|Special notes|| ||teaching staff|| Dr AJ Evenhuis, Dr B Peeters, Mrs J Becker, Mr F Pilon ||campus & mode|| Hbt, int ||unit weight|| [25%] ||teaching pattern|| full year - 6 hrs a week (26 weeks) ||prerequisites||corequisites||mutual exclusions||method of assessment|| classwork (20%), 1,500-word essay (10%), 2-hour exam in June (10%), oral test in week 28 (20%), 3-hour exam in Nov (40%) ||required texts, etc|
Siskin J and Recker JA, Situations et contextes (textbook and workbook), Holt, Rinehart & Winston.
Courtillon J and Raillard S, Archipel, Book 1, Didier.
Pagnol M, Marius.
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