Quant a moi

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Cengage Learning, Jan 1, 2012 - Foreign Language Study - 384 pages
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Structured for student success and organized for instructional flexibility, QUANT A MOI...: TÉMOIGNAGES DES FRANÇAIS ET DES FRANCOPHONES, 5e is written for intermediate courses that emphasize meaningful in-class communication and in-depth exploration of Francophone cultures. Thoroughly updated, the Fifth Edition offers an easy-to-follow structure that facilitates lesson planning and ease of progression through each chapter. The accompanying MANUEL DE PRÉPARATION offers independent grammar review and practice, allowing class time to be devoted to the culturally rich communicative activities found in the student textbook, MANUEL DE CLASSE. The new edition includes engaging new cultural readings, songs related to one of the topics in each chapter, and the latest teaching and learning technologies.
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To the Student
Cest la Rentree
Passons a Table
Chacun Chez Soi
On samuse
Qui EtesYous?
Hier aujourdhui demain

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Jeannette D. Bragger is a former professor of French at the Pennsylvania State University. Her research interests include second language acquisition and the application of theoretical constructs to the field of pedagogy and language teaching. Professor Bragger is the co-author of ALLONS-Y!; JE VEUX BIEN!; and QUANT A MOI. She received her Ph.D. from the University of California at Santa Barbara.

Donald B. Rice was Professor Emeritus of French, Hamline University. His research interests included literary theory and twentieth-century French novels. He is co-author of ALLONS-Y!; JE VEUX BIEN!; and AUTOUR DE LA LITTÉRATURE. Professor Rice received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin.

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