French

Courses

Introduction to French with equal emphasis on reading, writing and speaking.

Basic knowledge of French grammar and structure; emphasis on reading, writing and speaking.
Prerequisites: FR 101 or consent of the instructor.

Consolidating FR 102; further emphasis on grammar and structure.
Prerequisites: FR 102 or consent of the instructor.

Consolidating FR 201; further emphasis on grammar and structure.
Prerequisites: FR 201 or consent of the instructor.

Practice on grammar, reading, writing and speaking; introduction to French literature and culture.
Prerequisites: FR 202 or consent of the instructor.

Enchancement of grammar and vocabulary to facilitate writing term papers.
Prerequisites: FR 301 or consent of the instructor.

Enhancement of the written and spoken French through usage of media and literary texts. Observation of French language-based civilization and cultures through available information tools.

Further enhancement of the written and spoken French through usage of media and literary texts. Observation of French language-based civilization and cultures through available information tools.

Study of the leading 20th century French innovative poets and writers with special attention to developments in contemporary French literature

Study of the leading 20th century French modernist poets and writers with special attention to developments in contemporary French literature

Analysis of historical texts in French. Use of letters, memoirs, pamphletes, newspaper and journal articles on Turkish-French relations. Furthering students' understanding of French through specialized texts. Extensive class discussions.
Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.

Development of the French social science concepts and terminology through the critical study of selected texts within a historical framework.
Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.

Techniques of translation from and into French. Translational analysis of texts covering such diverse topics as philosophy, social sciences, translation theory and the EU, with related translation exercises. Problems of terminology in translation and comparative work on translated texts.

Techniques of translating from and into French. Translational analysis of texts covering such diverse topics as poetry, the story, literary criticsm and art history, with related translation exercises. Problems of terminology in translation and comparative work on translated texts.

Enhancement of the written and spoken French through broadcast and narrowcast media. Study of French language-based cultures through extant information sources.

Further enhancement of the language skills and knowledge of French culture through texts and similar material on the French intellectual history.

Study of the basic concepts of print media in the French language. Analysis of the structure of journalistic text. Use of newspapers, magazines and web pages in French as educational tools. Production of print media texts.

Advanced French grammar and reading skills. Study of more complex syntactic structures. Developing French Language competence through literary text and articles.