OLLI9002 - French 3 (In-person at TUCC)
Instructor: Mark Germano
Dates: Tuesdays, Jan 31-Apr 11
Time: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
Location: In-person at Center City (TUCC)
The objective of this course is to improve the proficiency of those who previously have acquired some ability to read, write, and converse in French. We will use language instruction based loosely on the method developed by John A. Rassias (1925-2015), longtime professor of Romance Languages at Dartmouth College. We will use the fourth edition of his undergraduate text, Départ-Arrivée. In addition, we will conduct oral reading and discussion of a French play or short novel. Active class participation is essential.
Pre-requisite: French 2
If you were enrolled in this class in the fall of 2022, you will automatically be enrolled in the spring of 2023.
If you are enrolled in an in-person course, you will be required to:
- follow current public health guidelines, which may include masking and social distancing, and are subject to change, while on campus.
- provide proof of vaccination, or request a medical or religious exemption, prior to your first day of class. Students who have an approved exemption will be required to test for COVID-19 at least once a week.
- obtain a noncredit OwlCard. An OwlCard is a Temple-specific photo ID that will give you access to campus buildings and classrooms.
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