Expression Orale et Ecrite

French 301

Usual Description

In this course students develop their skills in textual and cultural analysis while increasing their confidence and effectiveness as oral and written communicators. Students follow a process approach to writing involving peer editing, multiple revisions, and practice in effective dictionary use. Through discussions of films and readings students develop skills in expressing and supporting their ideas and engaging with the ideas of others. One hour of weekly oral expression practice also required.

Areas of Interest
France
France
Languages Used

French

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
French 301 Taught by Elah Murphy
French 301 Taught by Laura Atran-Fresco or Elah Murphy
French 301 Taught by Grace An
French 301 Taught by Grace An, Julie Kleinman, or Preeamvada Leelah
French 301 Taught by Grace An or Steven Spalding
French 301 Taught by Bernadette Beroud, Libby Murphy, or Amy Warthesen
French 301 Taught by Libby Murphy
French 301 Taught by Libby Murphy or Amy Warthesen
French 301 Taught by Libby Murphy