May 20, 2022
FLF 152 - Elementary French II Credits: 5
Lecture Hours: 5
Lab Hours: 0
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Core
Continued practice of the four basic skills and grammar analysis. Introduction of short prose selections with conversational emphasis.
Prerequisite: FLF 151 or instructor permission
- Demonstrate ability to get into, through and out of typical cultural situations.
- Make simple oral inquiries
- Get people to restate things more simply or slowly
- Complain and refuse politely
- Give more extended personal information
- Attend to the welfare of people in the target language with culturally appropriate responses
- Express physical discomfort and needs, and describe medical needs in very simple terms (e., hunger, fatigue, illness).
- Request help in attending to needs and/or uncertainties.
- Buy items in a street market or various stores
- Cash a check and change money
- Interact socially in an appropriate manner
- Use a variety of appropriate greeting/leave-takings and social formulas.
- Issue and react to simple invitations
- Arrange a meeting with someone at a specific time, place and date.
- Use common and appropriate telephone phrases
- Discuss, in written form, the meaning of a short essay on personal or cultural topics.
- Respond correctly to true/false questions
- Answer simple questions based on theme and information contained in the essay.
- Produce simple, grammatically correct answers that involve some original thinking
- Produce, in written form, a paragraph describing the known and concrete environment.
- Use basic vocabulary without the aid of a dictionary.
- Relate an event in the present, past, or future, using the appropriate grammatical forms
- Use direct and indirect object pronouns in appropriate constructions.
- Begin and maintain a conversation about simple, everyday experiences or relate a personal experience
- Manipulate grammatical constructions, including the past, present, and future, as necessary
- Respond to another person’s information with appropriate questions to elicit further information
- Use accurate intonation and pronunciation at a novice high level.
- Interpret correctly, in written or oral form, a conversation or situation presented in the target language
- Respond correctly to true/false questions based on the listening passage or dialogue
- Answer questions, in written or oral form, based on information given in the listening passage or dialogue
- Express an opinion, in written or oral form about information given in the listening passage or dialogue
- Create original responses, in written or oral form, to questions posed in an open-ended dialogue exercise
- Translate selected passages in the target language to English, in oral and written form. Translate selected passages in the target language to English, in oral
- Translate selected English sentences into their target language equivalents, both orally and in writing
- Respond appropriately in the target language to “situations” described in English.
- Perform a character role in the target language
- Memorize a scripted role
- Play the role in a skit or dramatic production
- Create speech in the target language to play a role in a skit following cues or general character sketches (not memorized speech).
- Converse with a classmate or the instructor in the target language on selected topics in semi-structured settings, where certain grammar forms and vocabulary are stressed.
- Generate correct grammatical structures, orally and in writing
- Identify correct usage of tenses in addition to the present.
- Produce correct compound and complex sentences
- Discuss, in a limited way in the target language and more fully in English, selected aspects of the focus area’s culture
- Demonstrate academic self-discipline
- Meet assigned deadlines
- Attend class regularly
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