French C1.2 - 2nd semester
Attaining the C1 level of the CEFRL (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), where the student:
Becomes autonomous in his/her linguistic, discursive and cultural capabilities regarding the communicative
skills that are described in the C1 level of the CEFRL;
Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning.
Can express ideas fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions.
Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes.
Can produce clear, wellstructured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
Âzar Babasafari Renani
Weekly - 4
Total - Available soon
DOLLEZ,C. et alii (2010) : Alter Ego C1. Paris, HachetteFLE
CAUSA, M et MÈGRE, B (2009) : Production écrite NIVEAUX C1 / C2 du Cadre européen de référence. Paris, Didier
GUILLOU, M et TRANG PHAN (2011) : Francophonie et mondialisation Histoire et institutions des origines à nos jours, Paris, Belin
Communicative method that strives to stimulate interaction and promote a growingly autonomous learning process.
Intercultural approach that promotes the students awareness toward a better perception of cultural diversity.
Doing chores that imply the use of linguistic as well as extralinguistic competences.
2 written exams (50%),
1 oral exam (30%)
homework / participation in class (20%)
1 . SPEECH:
Oral comprehension and production activities:
Taking notes, rephrasing and writing abstracts from audio documents related to cultural and literary events like «thé ou café», «un livre un jour», «La grande librairie»;
Taking part in debates and doing presentations about current social issues (immigration, France and french speaking communities in Europe and the World, literature and media).
Comprehension activities: text configurations of how the reader is lead throughout the story;
Production activities: argumentative discourse defending one´s opinion; commentary and dissertation as
academic models culturally situated;
Narratives: the literary text; some rhetorical gures of speech and the stylistic use of syntax; literature by
french speaking authors; the 20th century;
Grammar: correct use of punctuation, collocation;
Identifying and decoding cultural references.
Programs where the course is taught: