2021 BY Annabelle Dolidon, Portland State University.
French language method for the conversation class at the intermediate/ advanced level. Content and activities are built around the concepts of diversity, inclusivity and equity, and engage students to practice French while questioning and participating in the world they live in – to be full citizens whatever their background, their race or their gender identity. As the French spelling of the title indicates, the book embraces écriture inclusive and uses it for instructions and general information for all students.
2019 by Alicia Soueid, University of Texas.
intended for use with intermediate level college French classes. Its multidisciplinary approach introduces students to topics and vocabulary associated with fields such as medicine, advertising, travel, business, agriculture, and relationships.
2017 by Valerie Hastings, Mariana Stone, University of North Georgia.
For Elementary French I. A web-based remix of the open-source Liberté by Gretchen Angelo. The original text can be downloaded in .pdf format
1995 by David A. Dinneen, University of Kansas
Hope Christiansen, University of Arkansas
Madeleine Kernen, Southwest Missouri State University
Herve Pensec, St. Olaf College
A two-year college French program consisting of: a textbook, workbook and 21 accompanying audio exercises; as well as a reference grammar, to be used the entire two years.