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FR 213LEC Languages, Texts, and Contexts of the French-Speaking World III


This course is part of the FR 211-FR 213 three-course module: these three courses can be taken in any order, they do not need to be taken sequentially. This particular course enriches specific intermediate-level skills for more advanced use: it focuses on investigating, persuading, and argumentation. It allows students to practice the forms of discourse necessary for defense and justification at the same time that it encourages critical thinking by scrutinizing and analyzing modes of persuasion intended to manipulate and evade. Course goals are achieved through the study of texts like essays, novels, films, and performances coming from various social contexts of French-language cultures as well as through the honing of written and verbal skills of inquiry, research analysis and synthesis necessary for exploring texts and their contexts.

Credits: 3
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Typically Offered: Spring
Requisites: Prerequisites: FR 152 or permission of the department.
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Published: Apr 12, 2022 15:53:11