Module Identifier FR20130  
Academic Year 2000/2001  
Co-ordinator Professor David Trotter  
Semester Semester 2 (Taught over 2 semesters)  
Pre-Requisite (Normally) Eligibility for entry to Level 2 French  
Mutually Exclusive FF20130  
Course delivery Contact Hours   60 Hours  
Assessment Exam   2x2 Hours written examinations   30%  
  Oral examination     30%  
  Continuous assessment   Written assignments (30%) Oral (10%)   40%  

Brief description
Written language skills - including translation (into and out of French), linguistic registers, stylistic exercises, grammar revision. Acquisition of oral and aural skills, including conversation practice in French; presentation of prepared exposes in French; discussion and debate of topical issues.

By the end of the module, if you have made satisfactory progress, you will be able to:

- identify your own improvement in French vocabulary and grammatical knowledge in written - and spoken language
- differentiate between major stylistic levels of French
- recognise and understand different linguistic registers in French
- translate selected French passages showing idiomatic, authentic style and grammatical usage
- present independently prepared material in spoken or written French
- discuss and debate topical issues in French
- summarise in your own words selected pieces of written or spoken French
- give your own insights into contemporary French life and culture
- take part in role-plays in French
- enter into conversation in French with confidence in your ability to express youself

Language modules have, as an integral part of their structure, regular homework assignments and class tests as well as end of year examinations. All assessment is designed to measure your progress against learning outcomes at the appropriate level.