Winter 2023 Courses

This online French course is designed for students with a basic knowledge of French, to supplement their language skills by enabling them to engage in everyday interactions. For students with three years of high school French or equivalent.

This course is designed for students who have completed beginner level French. In this course students will further develop their written and oral communication skills as well as acquire the means to competently engage in a range of everyday common social and professional situations.

The methodology of literary analysis. Assignments may include textual analysis and dissertation.

LEARNING HOURS: 120 (30L;6O;84P)
PREREQUISITE: FREN 150/6.0 or FREN 100/6.0 or (FREN 101/3.0 and FREN 102/3.0) or FREN 110/6.0.
EXCLUSION(S): FREN 220/6.0; FREN 221/6.0.

 

A presentation of the principles of textual production in French as applied in the production of various types of texts.

LEARNING HOURS: 120(24L;12G;84P)
EQUIVALENCY: FREN 330/3.0
PREREQUISITE: FREN 150/6.0 or FREN 100/6.0 or (FREN 101/3.0 and Fren 102/3.0) or FREN 110/6.0
EXCLUSION(S): FREN 201/3.0; FREN 330/3.0

 

The course will provide learners with technical vocabulary as well as the French written and oral language skills to effectively communicate with French speaking clients and conduct routine legal communication in French. Collaborative group work and assignments will simulate real world situations.

NOTE: Language is the principal focus of this course. Prior experience or professional knowledge in the field is not necessary.
NOTE: This course is not intended for fluent French speakers.
NOTE: Not available for credit towards any Plan in FREN.
NOTE: Only offered online. Consult Arts and Science Online.

LEARNING HOURS: 120 (30O;90P)
PREREQUISITE: FREN 225/3.0 or permission of the department.
ONE-WAY EXCLUSION: May not be taken with or after any FREN 200 or FREN 300 level course except for FREN 219/3.0, FREN 236/3.0, FREN 237/3.0, FREN 239/3.0, FREN 320/3.0

This online course is intended for professionals working in contexts related to Indigenous arts and cultures (artistic and cultural organizations, education, government). It is designed to provide learners with the oral and written skills necessary to accurately understand and effectively engage with Indigenous arts and cultures in the workplace.

NOTE: Language is the principal focus of this course. Prior experience or professional knowledge in the field is not necessary.
NOTE: This course is not intended for fluent French speakers.
NOTE: Not available for credit towards any Plan in FREN.
NOTE: Only offered online. Consult Arts and Science Online.

LEARNING HOURS: 120 (30O;90P)
PREREQUISITE: FREN 225/3.0 or permission of the department.
ONE-WAY EXCLUSION: May not be taken with or after any FREN 200 or FREN 300 level course except for FREN 219/3.0, FREN 236/3.0, FREN 237/3.0, FREN 238/3.0, FREN 320/3.0

A study of representative literary works of the 15th and 16th centuries, including Villon, Montaigne, Rabelais. Travaux pratiques include essays and tests.

LEARNING HOURS: 120 (36L;84P)
PREREQUISITE: (FREN 230/3.0 and FREN 241/3.0) or (FREN 212/6.0 and FREN 220/6.0) or FREN 221/6.0.
EXCLUSION(S): FREN 405/3.0.

For advanced students.

LEARNING HOURS: 114 (36L;18Lb;60P)

A detailed study of selected novels from 20th-century French authors until 1945. Beauvoir, Camus, Céline, Cocteau, Colette, Gide, Proust, Sartre. Travaux pratiques include essays and tests.

LEARNING HOURS: 120 (36L;84P)
PREREQUISITE: (FREN 230/3.0 and FREN 241/3.0) or (FREN 212/6.0 and FREN 220/6.0) or FREN 221/6.0.
EXCLUSION(S): FREN 424/3.0.

Acquisition of a deeper knowledge of the principles of textual production, with particular emphasis on the use of computer-based grammatical and lexicographic tools, and an examination of the stylistic constraints on textual production.

LEARNING HOURS: 120 (36L;84P)
PREREQUISITE: (FREN 330/3.0 or FREN 231/3.0) or FREN 201/3.0 or FREN 202/3.0.

An intro. to French 19th Century and contemporary literature. More specifically focused on literature the course will also explore predominant trends in different media such as painting and cinema. Drawing on critical, historical, and literary theory, students will acquire the skills to assess how specific works reflect or relate to the aesthetic, literary, and philosophical trends of their time.

LEARNING HOURS: 120 (36L;84P)
PREREQUISITE: (FREN 230/3.0 and FREN 241/3.0) or (FREN 212/6.0 and FREN 220/6.0) or FREN 221/6.0.

Lecture on a selected topic in French Language and Literature.

Winter Term 2023 - Black Studies and Feminism in French Literature

LEARNING HOURS: 120 (36L;84P)
PREREQUISITE: FREN 230/3.0 and FREN 241/3.0

 

A practical translation course. Review exercises in comparative stylistics, written and oral thémes.

LEARNING HOURS: 132 (24L;12G;96P)
EQUIVALENCY: FREN 444/3.0.
PREREQUISITE: (FREN 250/3.0 or FREN 360/3.0) and (FREN 231/3.0 or FREN 330/3.0) or a grade of C in FREN 344/3.0.