Developing Writing Skills in French

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Psychology Press, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 193 pages
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Designed for intermediate to advanced students, this text equips readers with the necessary skills to write confidently in French in a range of situations. Suitable for use as a classroom text or as a self-study course, it is carefully structured to ensure a better understanding of the effect of choice of words, register and style.

Each chapter contains a selection of model texts, activities and clear notes on the format, style and language demonstrated. Every activity also has a model answer in the key, which also offers advice, explanations and further examples to support the student's learning.

Features include:

* key learning points clearly indicated at the beginning of each chapter
* a rich selection of model texts from a variety of different media.

Based on a well-reviewed Open University course and written by experienced teachers of the language, Developing Writing Skills in French has been trialled with non-native speakers of French to produce a valuable resource that will help students write appropriately for a variety of contexts.

 

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Contents

Quelques personnages historiques
73
Quelques édifices publics
87
Anecdotes
105
Science et technologie
120
Feedback
134
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Graham Bishop is Lecturer in French and German, and Bernard Haezewindt is Lecturer in French, both at the Open University, UK.

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