- Dr Marianne Ailes (Senior Lecturer - University of Bristol)
- Dr Richard E O Waltereit (Reader - Newcastle University)
|Delivery Type||Delivery length / details|
|Grammar||10 x 1 Hour Grammar|
|Grammar||11 x 1 Hour Grammar|
|Translation||11 x 1 Hour Translations|
|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment||10 pieces of written work over the course of the year (eight assignments to be completed at home and two in-class (one per semester))||100%|
|Supplementary Exam||2 Hours 2 hour written examination||100%|
Students who successfully complete the module should feel that they have a good advanced passive command of different registers of French and a better understanding of the workings of French grammar within the written language.
You will attend only the fortnightly classes followed by students taking FR20130, and produce less written assessed work. You will be required to submit a total of four pieces of continuously assessable work, as directed by the tutor of your group. Some of the continuous assessment work will be based on group presentations in French.
It is your responsibility to make sure that the tutor for the fortnightly class knows that you are a 2S European Languages, minor language student.
Written work must be handed in on time: your tutor, like you, works to a demanding timetable and will not be able to accommodate late submission of work. Marks for assessed work will make up 40% of the total marks for the module, and it will thus be evident from simple calculations that failure to hand in work as required will rapidly reduce your overall marks on the module.
This module is at CQFW Level 5