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Unit name Introduction to French 1B
Unit code HEF102
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Humanities
Discipline Global Cultures and Languages
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand and use very basic expressions to satisfy concrete needs.
  2. Introduce yourself and ask others questions about personal details.
  3. Interact simply as long as the other person speaks slowly and clearly.
  4. Recognise and conjugate verbs from the three main conjugation groups.
  5. Distinguish the gender of commonly used nouns





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Teaching Pattern


A sequenced, on-going progressive assessment based on quizzes; a group project presentation; listening, writing and reading assessments. The basic language skills are evaluated equally as follows: speaking (20%), listening (20%), writing (20%), reading (20%) and quizzes (20%).

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