Français 301 — Phonetics
Professeur : D. Kress
Texts: Savoir Dire, Diane M. Dansereau, D. C. Heath, 2006.
N. B. In addition to the work in your phonetics text, there will be short writing assignments every day. These writing/grammar assignments will be assigned in class.
The goal of this course is to help students improve their written and spoken French through an intensive study of advanced grammar and phonetics. In this course the student will study all major components of the French sound system: vowels, consonants, intonation, accent, syllabic division, and rhythm. The student will also study all essential elements of the French sentence: verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and adverbs. The goal of this class is to help students use correct grammatical structures in well-crafted and well pronounced sentences.
You are expected to come to class prepared every day. Study the material specified on the syllabus or in class! There may be a quiz even though there is not a written assignment.
A language course is different from other courses at the college because you work on oral communication skills. The only place you can work on these skills is in class. Other classes may not require your attendance because you can learn the material from the book; however, there is no substitute for the dynamic interaction that takes place between you and your teacher--a trained language acquisition specialist. For this reason this course has a strong policy on absences.
Your grade in this class will be given as follows:
50% Exams (including the final)
*Make ups: No make-ups for an unexcused absence are given. In case of excused absences, I may choose not to give a make-up; instead I may choose not to count that quiz or examination.
*Students who have 3 absences will have their final grade lowered one full letter. For additional absences there will be a penalty of 2 points per day before the letter grade is dropped.
The use of cell phones or any electronic media device is not allowed during this class. Use of such devices during a quiz or exam will constitute an honor code violation and will be reported to the honor court.
It is the policy of Centenary College to accommodate students with disabilities pursuant to federal and state law and our commitment to equal educational opportunities. Students seeking support services/accommodations for a disability must first register with Disability Services (a division of the Counseling Center, 318-869-5466/5424, located on the ground floor of Rotary Hall) and should begin this process as early as possible. Students with accommodations approved through Disability Services are responsible for contacting the faculty member in charge of the course prior to or during the first days of the term to discuss needed accommodations. We will gladly make appropriate accommodations based on disability to ensure the playing field is and remains level for all students.
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