112 Multisensory Structured French. The second course in a three-course sequence of language study designed to meet the special needs of at-risk students. Materials are presented with an emphasis on understanding the nature of language. General language-learning skills are developed as specific foreign language goals are met. The course is open to students who, on the basis of adequate documentation, are continuing from 111 and expect to complete through the French 113 level. Evaluation is based on quizzes, tests, writing assignments, oral interviews, cultural projects and activities, journals, and one-hour afternoon small group sessions. Prerequisites: FREN 111 or permission of the instructor. I. Konyndyk, A. Vander Woude. 9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
132 Intermediate French. This is the second course in a closely integrated and intensive sequence of language study involving two semesters and the interim, for students who have completed two years of high school French but who, on the basis of a placement test, are not prepared for 201. The course is also open to strong language learners who have had no previous French, but who are capable of learning French in a fast-paced sequence. Students in this sequence complete their foreign language core requirement with French 202. V. DeVries. 8:30 a.m. to noon.