FREN W3405x or y Advanced Grammar and Composition 3 pts. Enrollment limited to 15. The goal of W3405 is to help students improve their grammar and perfect their writing and reading skills, especially as a preparation for taking literature or civilization courses, or spending a semester in a francophone country. Through the study of two full-length works of literature and a number of short texts representative of different genres, periods, and styles, they will become more aware of stylistic nuances, and will be introduced to the vocabulary and methods of literary analysis. Working on the advanced grammar points covered in this course will further strengthen their mastery of French syntax. They will also be practicing writing through a variety of exercises, including pastiches and creative pieces, as well as typically French forms of academic writing such as "résumé," "explication de texte," and "dissertation".

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: FREN W3405
FREN
3405
72095
001
MW 10:10a - 11:25a
411 HAMILTON HALL
S. Skippon 12 / 15 [ More Info ]
FREN
3405
10997
002
MW 11:40a - 12:55p
407 HAMILTON HALL
P. Crepon 11 / 15 [ More Info ]
FREN
3405
16769
003
TuTh 1:10p - 2:25p
316 HAMILTON HALL
A. Borer 15 / 15 [ More Info ]
FREN
3405
74884
004
TuTh 4:10p - 5:25p
315 HAMILTON HALL
N. Virastau 8 / 15 [ More Info ]
FREN
3405
20800
005
Tu 1:10p - 2:25p
302 FAYERWEATHER
Th 1:10p - 2:25p
607 HAMILTON HALL
J. Magin 8 / 15 [ More Info ]

FREN W3405xy Advanced Grammar and Composition I 3 pts. Prerequisites: W3405 must be taken before W3333/4 unless the student has an AP score of 5 or receives the permission of the Director of undergraduate studies. Enrollment limited to 15. The goal of W3405 is to help students improve their grammar and perfect their writing and reading skills, especially as a preparation for taking literature or civilization courses, or spending a semester in a francophone country. Through the study of two full-length works of literature and a number of short texts representative of different genres, periods, and styles, they will become more aware of stylistic nuances, and will be introduced to the vocabulary and methods of literary analysis. Working on the advanced grammar points covered in this course will further strengthen their mastery of French syntax. They will also be practicing writing through a variety of exercises, including pastiches and creative pieces, as well as typically French forms of academic writing such as "résumé," "explication de texte," and "dissertation".

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: FREN W3405
FREN
3405
72095
001
MW 10:10a - 11:25a
411 HAMILTON HALL
S. Skippon 12 / 15 [ More Info ]
FREN
3405
10997
002
MW 11:40a - 12:55p
407 HAMILTON HALL
P. Crepon 11 / 15 [ More Info ]
FREN
3405
16769
003
TuTh 1:10p - 2:25p
316 HAMILTON HALL
A. Borer 15 / 15 [ More Info ]
FREN
3405
74884
004
TuTh 4:10p - 5:25p
315 HAMILTON HALL
N. Virastau 8 / 15 [ More Info ]
FREN
3405
20800
005
Tu 1:10p - 2:25p
302 FAYERWEATHER
Th 1:10p - 2:25p
607 HAMILTON HALL
J. Magin 8 / 15 [ More Info ]