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The Department of French of the University of Victoria offers a Master Class on the French Language open to the Uvic community. Starting Jan 27th, 3 - 4:30 pm in CLE C112

The Department of French of the University of Victoria offers a Master Class on the French Language open to the Uvic community. Starting Jan 27th, 3 - 4:30 pm in CLE C112

French Conversation Cafe - 2016-02-16

Description:

Notre Café Conversation est de retour! Venez participer à des discussions thématiques enrichissantes, tous les mardis de 3:30 à 6 pm en salle CLE C115 (niveaux FRAN 180 et supérieurs).


Location: CLEARIHUE BUILDING- C115
Times:15:30 - 18:00
Pricing:
URL:

French Language Master Class - 2016-02-17

Description:

The Department of French of the University of Victoria offers a Master Class on the French Language open to the Uvic community.

 

The French Language Master Class is not:

 

  • A replacement for a course or a class
  • A preparation session for any homework given in a course
  • A review of any instructor's notes, corrections, or advice
  • A preparation session for any exam, test or quiz
  • A replacement for any lab or the French Help Center designed for students of French

 

The French Language Master Class is:

 

  • An open forum to tackle any question pertaining to the French language
  • Facilitated by an expert
  • Open to all levels (groups may be formed if levels are too different)
  • Free and open to the UVic community

 

Format:

 

  • 8 sessions (90 minutes each)
  • Each session divided in 3 half-hours, with a break inbetween
  • The public is welcome to attend any number of sessions, and to join or leave at any of the breaks during a session
  • Conducted in French or English depending on the level of  the participants
  • There will be no relation or sequence from one session to the next, and no home work given. Some material may be used, displayed, or handed out

 

Topics covered:

 

  • Any questions from participants will be covered first
  • If there are no (more) questions from participants, topics of common interest will be tackled, such as:
    • French pronunciation
    • French spelling
    • Lexical morphology (how words are built)
    • Grammatical morphology: conjugations, agreements, pronouns, etc.
    • Articles and prepositions
    • Style and sentence structure
    • Translation, comparison with English and other languages.

 

Time, place, facilitator:

 

Time:                 Wednesdays 3-4:30 pm: Jan 27, Feb 3, 17, 24, Mar 2, 9, 16, 23, 2016

Place:                CLE C112

Facilitator:     Dr. Emmanuel Hérique, Department of French, UVic


Location: CLEARIHUE BUILDING- C112
Times:03:00 - 16:30
Pricing:
URL:

French Conversation Cafe - 2016-02-23

Description:

Notre Café Conversation est de retour! Venez participer à des discussions thématiques enrichissantes, tous les mardis de 3:30 à 6 pm en salle CLE C115 (niveaux FRAN 180 et supérieurs).


Location: CLEARIHUE BUILDING- C115
Times:15:30 - 18:00
Pricing:
URL:

French Language Master Class - 2016-02-24

Description:

The Department of French of the University of Victoria offers a Master Class on the French Language open to the Uvic community.

 

The French Language Master Class is not:

 

  • A replacement for a course or a class
  • A preparation session for any homework given in a course
  • A review of any instructor's notes, corrections, or advice
  • A preparation session for any exam, test or quiz
  • A replacement for any lab or the French Help Center designed for students of French

 

The French Language Master Class is:

 

  • An open forum to tackle any question pertaining to the French language
  • Facilitated by an expert
  • Open to all levels (groups may be formed if levels are too different)
  • Free and open to the UVic community

 

Format:

 

  • 8 sessions (90 minutes each)
  • Each session divided in 3 half-hours, with a break inbetween
  • The public is welcome to attend any number of sessions, and to join or leave at any of the breaks during a session
  • Conducted in French or English depending on the level of  the participants
  • There will be no relation or sequence from one session to the next, and no home work given. Some material may be used, displayed, or handed out

 

Topics covered:

 

  • Any questions from participants will be covered first
  • If there are no (more) questions from participants, topics of common interest will be tackled, such as:
    • French pronunciation
    • French spelling
    • Lexical morphology (how words are built)
    • Grammatical morphology: conjugations, agreements, pronouns, etc.
    • Articles and prepositions
    • Style and sentence structure
    • Translation, comparison with English and other languages.

 

Time, place, facilitator:

 

Time:                 Wednesdays 3-4:30 pm: Jan 27, Feb 3, 17, 24, Mar 2, 9, 16, 23, 2016

Place:                CLE C112

Facilitator:     Dr. Emmanuel Hérique, Department of French, UVic


Location: CLEARIHUE BUILDING- C112
Times:03:00 - 16:30
Pricing:
URL:

French Conversation Cafe - 2016-03-01

Description:

Notre Café Conversation est de retour! Venez participer à des discussions thématiques enrichissantes, tous les mardis de 3:30 à 6 pm en salle CLE C115 (niveaux FRAN 180 et supérieurs).


Location: CLEARIHUE BUILDING- C115
Times:15:30 - 18:00
Pricing:
URL:

French Language Master Class - 2016-03-02

Description:

The Department of French of the University of Victoria offers a Master Class on the French Language open to the Uvic community.

 

The French Language Master Class is not:

 

  • A replacement for a course or a class
  • A preparation session for any homework given in a course
  • A review of any instructor's notes, corrections, or advice
  • A preparation session for any exam, test or quiz
  • A replacement for any lab or the French Help Center designed for students of French

 

The French Language Master Class is:

 

  • An open forum to tackle any question pertaining to the French language
  • Facilitated by an expert
  • Open to all levels (groups may be formed if levels are too different)
  • Free and open to the UVic community

 

Format:

 

  • 8 sessions (90 minutes each)
  • Each session divided in 3 half-hours, with a break inbetween
  • The public is welcome to attend any number of sessions, and to join or leave at any of the breaks during a session
  • Conducted in French or English depending on the level of  the participants
  • There will be no relation or sequence from one session to the next, and no home work given. Some material may be used, displayed, or handed out

 

Topics covered:

 

  • Any questions from participants will be covered first
  • If there are no (more) questions from participants, topics of common interest will be tackled, such as:
    • French pronunciation
    • French spelling
    • Lexical morphology (how words are built)
    • Grammatical morphology: conjugations, agreements, pronouns, etc.
    • Articles and prepositions
    • Style and sentence structure
    • Translation, comparison with English and other languages.

 

Time, place, facilitator:

 

Time:                 Wednesdays 3-4:30 pm: Jan 27, Feb 3, 17, 24, Mar 2, 9, 16, 23, 2016

Place:                CLE C112

Facilitator:     Dr. Emmanuel Hérique, Department of French, UVic


Location: CLEARIHUE BUILDING- C112
Times:03:00 - 16:30
Pricing:
URL:

French Conversation Cafe - 2016-03-08

Description:

Notre Café Conversation est de retour! Venez participer à des discussions thématiques enrichissantes, tous les mardis de 3:30 à 6 pm en salle CLE C115 (niveaux FRAN 180 et supérieurs).


Location: CLEARIHUE BUILDING- C115
Times:15:30 - 18:00
Pricing:
URL: