Intermediate French I
Continue the development of interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills through a variety of texts (journalistic, short story, poetry, advertising, film, etc.) that reflect the cultural, social, and linguistic diversity of the French-speaking world. Students explore the diversity of practices, products, and perspectives found within contemporary French-speaking societies. Topics may include gender, multiculturalism, ethnicity, family, religion, literature, art, music, gastronomy, education, economics, and politics. Students meet once a week with a language assistant from France. Prerequisite: FREN 112 or its equivalent.