French as a Second Language -Advanced III

Course Unit Code

Students are able to communicate through argumentative discourses that are coherent and well structured. They are able to engage in elaborate conversations while employing specialized vocabulary and nuances that are directly related to work as well as to activities they undertake in their private lives.

The focus is on learning to anticipate the text content, deconstructing the text, locating information in formal documents, understanding and following written directives as well as general interest descriptive or narrative texts. Students will analyse and evaluate the media, explain the insurgence of reality television shows, discuss the televised and radio broadcasted news while expressing their own opinions as well as defending their points of view. With the proper grammar concepts, they will undertake complex arguments with clear hypotheses, describe people, objects and places and retell past events as well as discuss news and current events.

Training Mode
Contact North, In Class, Vidéoconférence
Barrie, Hamilton, Hearst, Kapuskasing, London, Nipissing, Sudbury, Témiskaming, Timmins, Toronto, Windsor
EDP1211 (100) ou EDP1211 (200);EDP1212 (100) ou EDP1212 (200);EDP1213 (100) ou EDP1213 (200);EDP1214 (100) ou EDP1214 (200);EDP1215 (100) ou EDP1215 (200);EDP1216 (100) ou EDP1216 (200);EDP1217 (100) ou EDP1217 (200);EDP1218 (100) ou EDP1218 (200)


L’étudiante ou l’étudiant passe des tests de classement obligatoires avant le début du programme.

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