French B1.1 - 1st and 2nd semester
The students should attain partly level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference (Independent user).
They should be partly able to:
1 - understand overall various types of authentic oral documents (familiar matters)
2 - understand overall various types of authentic written texts (familiar matters)
3 - produce coherent and simple oral speeches (familiar matters), communicating experiences, feelings and personal opinions, as well as to interact orally in the same situations
4 - write relatively coherent and simple texts (familiar matters), communicating experiences, feelings and personal opinions
5 - develop linguistic, discourse and sociocultural skills necessary to achieve different communicative tasks (level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference).
6 acquire knowledge about Francophone cultures for a awareness of interculturality
Cristina Clemente Monteiro
Weekly - 4
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AVANZI, A. et alii (2016). Entre Nous 3. Paris, Ed. Maison des Langues. (unidades 1 a 4)
CAQUINEAU-GÜNDÜZ, M.-P. (2005). Les exercices de grammaire, niveau B1. Paris: Hachette
REY-DEBOVE, J. (2002). Dictionnaire du Français. Paris: Le Robert - Clé International
ANCION, N. (2014). La cravate de Simenon. Paris : Didier.
Atividades diversas provenientes do sítio TV5 (http://www.tv5.org/cms/chaine-francophone/lf/p-26292-Langue-francaise.htm)
Communicative method seeking to stimulate interaction and engender increasingly autonomous learning.
Intercultural approach which raises the students awareness of cultural diversity carrying out tasks which draw on linguistic and extra-linguistic competences.
Frequent use of the ICT
In class teaching
Formative and continuous assessment : 2 written tests (60%) + 1 oral test (20%) + active participation (10%) + homeworks (10%)
Minimum attendance: 70% of classes (except workers-students)
The course resolves around various topics and presents :
1 Listening and reading activities from authentic documents (newspaper articles, TV reports, etc.).
2 - Activities of written/oral interaction: simulation of authentic oral communication situations.
3 - Speaking and writing activities of various text types (descriptive, narrative, explanatory, argumentative and dialogical), especially explanatory texts
4 - Various activities for the acquisition and consolidation of grammar and vocabulary necessary to achieve different communicative tasks (past tences, conditionnal , subjunctive, use of past participles, complement pronouns, prepositions, adverbs formation, levels of language, hypotetical sentences, logical connectors (time, cause, condition), intonation).
Programs where the course is taught: