LTFR 002A - INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
Instructor: Catherine Ploye
First course in the intermediate sequence designed to be taken after LIFR1C/CX (If you choose to take LIFR1D/DX, you will still need to take LTFR 2A to continue in the French program). Short stories, cartoons and movies from various French-speaking countries are studied to strengthen oral and written language skills while developing reading competency and cultural literacy. A thorough review of grammar is included. Taught entirely in French. May be applied towards a minor in French literature. Successful completion of LTFR 2A satisfies the language requirement in Revelle and in Eleanor Roosevelt colleges.
LTFR 002B - INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II
Plays from the 19th and 20th centuries as well as movies are studied to strengthen the skills developed in LTFR 2A. Includes a grammar review. Taught entirely in French. May be applied towards a minor in French literature or towards fulfilling the secondary literature requirement.
LTFR 002C - INTERMEDIATE FRENCH III - COMPOSITION AND CONTEMPORARY CULTURAL TOPICS
Emphasizes the development of effective communication in writing and speaking. Includes a grammar review. A contemporary novel and a film are studied to explore cultural and social issues in France today. Taught entirely in French. May be applied towards a minor in French literature or towards fulfilling the secondary literature requirement. Students who have completed 2C can register in upper-level courses (115 or 116).
LTFR 021 - CONVERSATION WORKSHOP I
One-unit course designed to develop oral skills. Discusses current cultural issues in the francophone world. May be taken twice for credit, alone or in combination with any literature course.
LTFR 115 - THEMES IN INTELLECTUAL AND LITERARY HISTORY
Please contact instructor for course description.
LTFR 124 - NINETEENTH CENTURY
LTFR 124: Révolution, Passion et Création “Enfants terribles” et amants scandaleux des années 1830, George Sand et Alfred de Musset sont d’abord deux des auteurs les plus en vue de leur époque. Nous lirons Indiana et Lorenzaccio, un roman et une pièce de théâtre, et analyserons la manière dont chaque auteur, usant d’un genre littéraire différent, commente la réalité sociale et politique de son époque. Le cours sera entièrement en français. Prerequisite: LTFR 115 or 116 or equivalent or consent of instructor email@example.com