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FSL French as a Second Language Program Courses

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FSL100H1
French for Beginners I 39L, 13P

An intensive basic course in spoken and written French: comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.
Exclusion: Grade 9 French or higher.
Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
FSL101H1 French for Beginners II 39L, 13P
This course is designed for students who have some knowledge of French, but have not completed Grade 10 French or FSL100H1.
Prerequisite: None
Exclusion: Grade 10 or higher/FSL102H1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French.


FSL102H1
Introductory French 39L, 13P

An intensive basic course in spoken and written French for students who have studied some French, but who have not yet attained the entry level for FSL121Y1.
Exclusion: FSL121Y1 or higher/Grade 11 French or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French.
Prerequisite: FSL100H1/FSL101H1


FSL121Y1
Intermediate French 78L, 26P

Written and spoken French, reinforcing oral/aural competence, reading comprehension, and writing skills.
Exclusion: FSL161Y1 or higher/OAC/4U French. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: FSL102H1


FSL161Y1
Practical French 52L, 26P

Emphasis is placed on both reading and listening comprehension, expression, both written and oral, and independent learning. Particularly recommended for students who wish to maintain and improve their general knowledge of French without wishing to specialize.
Exclusion: FSL181Y1 or higher/OAC/4U French (Immersion). Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: FSL121Y1/OAC/4U French


FSL163H1
Practical French: Oral 39S

Designed for students who wish to broaden their knowledge of French without wishing to specialize. Focus is placed on the improvement of listening comprehension and oral expression, with an emphasis on effective communication. Special attention is given to helping students acquire self-learning skills.
Exclusion: FSL181Y1 or higher/OAC/4U French (Immersion). Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: FSL121Y1/OAC/4U French


FSL181Y1
Language Practice I 52L, 26T, 26P

A variety of approaches to language learning, aimed at helping students develop their written and oral skills. Computer-assisted instruction and the multi-media learning centres provide additional learning opportunities. Particularly recommended for students who wish to specialize or major in French.
Exclusion: FSL161Y1/FRE180Y1/FSL261Y1 or higher/OAC/4U French (Immersion). Not open to native or fluent speakers of French.
Prerequisite: FSL121Y1/OAC/4U French


FSL261Y1
Practical French II 78S

Emphasis is placed on both reading and listening comprehension, expression, both written and oral, and independent learning. Particularly intended for students who wish to maintain and improve their general knowledge of French without wishing to specialize.
Exclusion: FSL281Y1/FSL361Y1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: FRE150Y1/FSL161Y1/FSL181Y1/OAC/4U French (Immersion)


FSL262Y1
Language of the Media, Multimedia, Internet 78S

Development of skills in practical French (reading, writing, listening, speaking) based on traditional media as well as on multimedia resources available in French, including those of the Internet. (Not offered in 2003-2004)
Exclusion: FSL361Y1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: FRE150Y1/FSL161Y1/FSL181Y1/OAC/4U French (Immersion)


FSL264Y1
Language of International Relations 78S

Development of written and oral language skills and enrichment of vocabulary through readings, audio-visual material and discussions on a variety of topics related to International Relations. Designed primarily but not only for students enrolled in the International Relations Program. (Not offered in 2003-2004)
Exclusion:FSL264H1/FSL361Y1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: FRE150Y1/FSL161Y1/FSL181Y1/OAC/4U French (Immersion)


FSL266H1
Reading French 26S

Designed to develop studentsí reading skills particularly as they pertain to research interests. Some remedial grammar, but the primary emphasis is on comprehension of a wide variety of texts in French. This course may not count towards a Major or Specialist program in French.
Exclusion: FSL361Y1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French


FSL281Y1
Language Practice II: Written and Oral French 78L, 26P

This course is designed for those who wish to improve their written expression with textual study and develop their oral and aural skills. The course is also designed for students who want to specialize or major in French studies.
Exclusion: FSL261Y1/282H1/FSL361Y1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French.
Prerequisite: FRE180Y1/FSL161Y1(73%)/181Y1


FSL361Y1
Practical French III 78S

Emphasis is placed on both reading and listening comprehension, expression, both written and oral, and independent learning. Particularly intended for students who wish to maintain and improve their general knowledge of French without wishing to specialize.
Exclusion: FSL381Y1/FSL461Y1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: Any 200-series FSL course


FSL362Y1
La Francophonie 78S

An advanced course in practical French (reading, writing, listening, speaking), aimed at broadening understanding of the range of cultures and societies of the francophone world, based in part on multimedia resources available in French, including those of the Internet.
Exclusion: FSL461Y1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: Any 200-series FSL course


FSL366H1
Business French 39S

A study of vocabulary, grammar and writing techniques involved in business situations, including cross-cultural transactions. Students may be introduced to business-oriented multimedia resources, including those of the Internet.
Exclusion: FRE301H1/FSL461Y1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: Any 200-series FSL course


FSL381Y1
Language Practice III: Written and Oral French 78L, 26P

Advanced work in written expression and textual study, with in-depth analysis of spoken French and consolidation of aural skills. For those specializing in French Studies.
Exclusion: FSL361Y1/FSL382H1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: FSL281Y1/282H1, 283H1


FSL382H1
Language Practice III: Written French 39S

This course is designed for students who want to consolidate the writing skills they already had acquired as students specializing in French Studies. (Not offered in 2003-2004)
Exclusion: FSL381Y1/FSL461Y1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French.
Prerequisite: FSL281Y1/282H1


FSL383H1
Language Practice III: Oral French 39S

This course is designed for students who want to consolidate the oral skills they already acquired as students specializing in French Studies. (Not offered in 2003-2004)
Exclusion: FSL381Y1/ FSL461Y1 or higher. Not open to native or fluent speakers of French.
Prerequisite: FSL281Y1/283H1


FSL461Y1
Practical French IV 78S

For students who wish to improve their general knowledge of French while specializing in other fields of study.
Exclusion: Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: Any 300-series FSL course


FSL462H1
Reading French: Language of Law 39S

Specific features of the language used in legal documents. This course is intended to familiarize students with juridical vocabulary and structures. (Not offered in 2003-2004)
Exclusion: Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: Any 300-series FSL course


FSL463H1
Spoken French: Language of Law 39S

Specific features of the language used in the courtroom, policy discussions and the media. Practical applications through classroom presentations, discussions, workshops and role-play. (Not offered in 2003-2004)
Exclusion: Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: Any 300-series FSL course


FSL482H1
Language Practice IV: Written French 39S

A course designed to diversify the studentís ability to understand and write texts of various genres. (Not offered in 2003-2004)
Exclusion: Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: FSL381Y1/FSL382H1


FSL483H1
Language Practice IV: Oral French 39S

Students receive advanced training in aural comprehension and in the production of the appropriate oral performance in a variety of situations.
Exclusion: Not open to native or fluent speakers of French
Prerequisite: FSL381Y1/FSL383H1


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