Vis-a-vis: Beginning French

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McGraw-Hill Companies, 1996 - French language - 434 pages
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The second edition of Vis-à-vis continues the excitement of the innovative first edition with a fully integrated and revised multimedia package and an exciting Correspondance feature (chapter opening letter, postcard or e-mail, which is answered in the mid-lesson Correspondance cultural spread) presented throughout the text. The overall goal of the revision, which was shaped by the extensive user feedback, remains the same as that of the first edition: to promote a balanced four-skills approach to learning French through a wide variety of listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities, while introducing students to the richness and diversity of the Francophone world.

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Contents

Caroline France Sophie Québec
1
CHAPITRE
2
LEÇON 2
10
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Evelyne Amon studied at the Universite de Paris-Sorbonne. She holds a DEA in modern literature, a Diplome de didactique des langues in French as a second language, and a CAPES in modern literature. She has taught French language and literature at the secondary and college levels, and for many years has led a training seminar in Switzerland for professors on advances in methodology and pedagogy. Lately, she has conducted several training sessions in teaching French as a second language for teachers at the French Institute Alliance Francaise (FIAF) in New York. As an author, she has written many reference volumes, textbooks, and academic studies for French publishers such as Larousse, Hatier, Magnard, and Bordas, and she is currently working on a project for Hachette. She is the author of the McGraw-Hill French reader C'est la vie! and has written for successive editions of Vis-a-vis. She lives in Paris and New York.

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