Bonne Continuation: Approfondissement À L'écrit Et À L'oral

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Prentice Hall, 2001 - Foreign Language Study - 276 pages
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This book serves as a guide to the independent study of advanced levels of French, focusing on content through which linguistic skills can be practiced. Reading selections and activities designed to improve comprehension, will introduce readers to a variety of text types, increase vocabulary, and reinforce abilities to use the structures of French appropriately. Four main sections, each organized around one broad theme, provide both unity and variety. In each part, French and francophone short stories, poems, songs, and expository selections— such as newspaper articles, art reviews, and historical discussions offer different perspectives from which to view the central topics. Themes include the visual arts, folklore and literary treatments of European and West African traditions, human relationships, and the presence of the past in the contemporary world. For experienced language learners, who want increased confidence in their ability to express themselves, and to enjoy an adventure in the mastery of French.

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Contents

Les Français
3
Formes et structures utiles
12
Champ de vocabulaire
18
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Hannelore received her PhD in eighteenth-century French Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Jarausch is a senior lecturer in French and director of the French Language Program at UNC-Chapel Hill. She teaches courses in methodology, language, and literature, and has authored an advanced intermediate text. She was named Foreign Language Teacher of the Year (Higher Education) in 2009-2010 by the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina. Jarausch's research interests focus on language teaching and teaching assistant training. She has presented at ACTFL, Central States, and the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina.

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