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FRENCH AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE - BEGINNER + (A1)

2016-2017

IESEG School of Management ( IÉSEG )

Class code :

1617-IÉSEG-IN-S1S2-LAN-IN-OE17UF

LANGUAGES


Level Year Period Language of instruction 
Course for exchange studentsTransversal/annéesS1S2French
Academic responsibilityL.SCAMPS
Lecturer(s)LILLE : Laetitia Scamps PARIS : Isabelle Hada


Prerequisites

Level A1.1 complete beginner : the student can introduce him/herself in an easy way. Can ask basic questions to someone and can also answer the same kind of questions. Can communicate in a basic way if the interlocutor speaks clearly and slowly and shows cooperation.

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course, the student should be able to :
Understand and use common, daily expressions as well as very simple terms which aim at satisfying concrete needs. The student will be able to introduce themselves or somebody else and ask relevant questions (place of residence, acquaintaces, etc.) They will also be able to answer similar types of questions. The student will be capable of communicating in a very basic way as long as the other person speaks slowly and clearly. © Cadre européen commun de référence pour les langues

Course description

TALKING ABOUT ONESELF, TALKING ABOUT OTHERS : introducing oneself / talking about one's family / describing somebody's physical appearance and character / talking about one's hobbies and activities
EXPLORING THE NEIGHBOURHOOD : locating objects (revision) / using a map / understanding road signs / describing one's district / giving one's opinion about it / talking about weather (and weather forecast)
DAILY LIFE : telling about one's day, talking about one's schedule and about daily activities / taking an appointment / talking about past activities.
GASTRONOMY : reserving a table / ordering and paying at a restaurant / discovering typical French food and local specialities / talking about what we usually eat / describing recipes


Class type

Class structure

Type of courseNumbers of hoursComments
Face to face
Interactive class30,40  
Independent work
E-Learning5,00   Auto-formation : entraînement aux différentes compétences (orales et écrites) via des liens internet.
Independent study
Group Project2,20   - Participation à un projet "multiculturel": jeudis du monde, tandem, newsletter, etc…
- Travaux de groupes
Estimated personal workload12,00   -préparation et révision en vue des différents tests, exercices
-présentation orale
Total student workload49,60  

Teaching methods

  • Presentation
  • Visits/fields trips
  • Project work
  • Interactive class


Assessment

Continuous assessment including a mark for course participation and various oral and written exercises ;
An examination grade will also be given, based on a presentation + an oral comprehension. A last mark will be given for the written exam.

Type of controlDurationNumberPercentage break-down
Final Exam
Written exam1,20125,00
Oral exam1,20125,00
Continuous assessment
Participation30,40110,00
Listening0,0009,00
Writing comprehension0,0009,00
Language skills : speaking0,00013,00
Language skills : writing0,0009,00
TOTAL     100,00


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