Checking date: 08/05/2018


Course: 2019/2020

French II
(14064)
Study: Bachelor in Tourism (209)


Coordinating teacher: MAHILLO PARRAS, MARIA LUISA

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Humanities: Philosophy, Language, Literature Theory

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 3.0 ECTS

Course:
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Students are expected to have completed
It¿s recommended that the level A1.2 of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Further information on this link
The aim of this subject is to prepare the pupils to be unrolled in the current world, where the languages have increasingly importance. A useful Frenchman is a question to be learned across the auditory and written comprehension as well as the oral and written expression. The pupil will have to reach the level A2 of the European Frame of Reference to the Languages. The level A2 supposes a basic dominoes of structures and expressions related to daily topics and a certain fluency in social very brief exchanges. Aims The pupils will be capable of fulfilling tasks in varied sectors of the social life thanks to the acquisition of knowing and of being able to do communicative, linguistic and cultural and thanks to the accomplishment of royal strategies of learning. The strategy that we choose is adapted fullly by the contents of the European Marco of reference to the learning of the languages and of the cultures: I work on definite tasks, formative evaluation, autoevaluation, opening to to the plurality of the languages and of the cultures. On having finished the course the pupils there will must be acquired the competitions of the level A2.1. European frame level A2: Level A2: It is acquired when the student is capable of understanding phrases and expressions of frequent use related to areas of experience that him are specially relevant (basic information on yes same and his family, purchases, places of interest, occupations, etc.); when it can communicate at the moment of carrying out simple and daily tasks that do not need any more than simple and direct exchanges than information about questions that they are known him or habitual and when it can describe in simple terms aspects of his past and his environment as well as questions related to his immediate needs.
Description of contents: programme
The pupils will be capable of fulfilling tasks in varied sectors of the social life thanks to the acquisition of knowing and of being able to do communicative, linguistic and cultural and thanks to the accomplishment of royal strategies of learning. The strategy that we choose is adapted by the contents of the European Marco of reference to the learning of the languages and of the cultures: I work on definite tasks, formative evaluation, autoevaluation, opening to to the plurality of the languages and of the cultures. On having finished the course the pupils there will must be acquired the competitions of the level A2.1. See weekly Planning to extend the information.
Learning activities and methodology
The subject has foreseen a total of 3 ECTS. They will be born in mind to calculate them the hours of study of the pupils. Educational methodology The classes follow a communicative method; every communicative aim implies a part of theoretical education (grammar and lexicon) and a series of oral or written exercises. Hours of class: 14 Working hours of the pupil: 49Se he will enable a specific field in GLOBAL CLASSROOM in which every teacher, to the beginning of every four-month period, indicates the día/s of the week, the schedule and the luga in which there will be realized the tutorships and the assistance individualized to the pupils. Additional there are established two modalities of collective tutorships as complement of the individual tutorships. It are meetings of orientation, revision or explanation of doubts, of voluntary character for the students. For it, they will not be in use for extending the content of the programs and they are not evaluables. Treating itself about a course of an alone four-month period, it is highly advisable that the pupil does not stop studying the language during the second four-month period to consolidate his knowledge. The area of Tourism will be employed at collaboration with the Center of Languages. In addition, the pupil has material adjusted to the study of 4 skills in the libraries: manuals of grammar, of vocabulary and of phonetics, notebooks of exercises of auditory and written comprehension, of grammar, of vocabulary, methods of auto-learning, readings levelled in Frenchman, movies in French VO and documentaries related to the tourism. They will find also resources in the laboratories of languages.
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 30
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 70
Basic Bibliography
  • Régine Mérieux et Yves Loiseau. Connexions niveau 2. Didier.
  • . Grammaire du français. Hachette. Nouvelle
  • . Grammaire progressive du français. Clè international.
  • . La conjugaison française : Le Bescherelle . Le Bescherelle.
  • . Le Petit Robert de la Langue Française . Le Robert. 2008
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Additional Bibliography
  • . L'Art de Conjuguer. Le Nouveau Bescherelle. Hatier. 2008
  • Calmy, Anne-Marie. Le français du tourisme. Hachette. 2004
  • Corbeau, S., Dubois, Ch. y Penfornis. Tourisme.com. Méthode de français professionnel du tourisme. Clé International. 2004
  • Grevisse, M.-A. La grammaire, c'est facile: code grammatical français. Duculot.
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