Bravo!

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Thomson Learning, Dec 2, 2002 - Foreign Language Study - 480 pages
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Bravo! brings parity to the intermediate course, enabling students of diverse backgrounds to review first-yearstructures independently before delving into new material.

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Contents

Heureux de faire votre connaissance
1
CHAPITRE
2
Liens culturels
30
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Judy Muyskens is currently Vice President for Academic Programs at the Appalachian College Association. Her publications include French language instruction texts and literary anthologies. In addition, she has published a number of articles including such titles as "Universities and Secondary School Articulation" and "French Women in Language Textbooks: The Fiction and the Reality.

Linda L. Harlow is Associate Provost of the Honors and Scholars Center at Ohio State and Associate Professor of French. She has published articles and book reviews of a pedagogical nature. Her research interests include foreign language pedagogy, TA training, and sociopragmatics.

Michhle Vialet and Jean-Frangois Brihre are both actively involved in publishing and research.

Michhle Vialet and Jean-Frangois Brihre are both actively involved in publishing and research.

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