Intermediate French I and Culture (WLFR2110-201)

Contact Details

Instructor: Danielle Boutwell
Office: Coburn Office 106, South Campus
Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday from 10:30AM-11:30AM
(also by appointment)



circular stained glass window with statues
Notre Dame, photo courtesy Imagebase


Welcome to Intermediate French I and Culture

A continuation of WLFR1020, French 2 and Culture, which is a prerequisite. Reviews and reinforces basic grammatical structures and idiomatic patterns with emphasis upon increased proficiency in oral expression and listening comprehension. You will continue to learn how to communicate in intermediate French and to read and write simple French texts. The course is taught in French and you will practice the four basic skills for language development: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing in addition to exploring the cultures of French-speaking peoples around the world.

Required Texts

Vis-à-vis Beginning French 6th edition. Amon, Muyskens, and Omaggio Hadley. Mc Graw Hill. 2015. (HARD COPY OR EBOOK ACCEPTED)

Online workbook/laboratory manual/eBook to accompany Vis-à-vis 6th edition. Mc Graw Hill. 2015. CONNECT PLUS French (eBOOK and Learnsmart component included).