FRIT-F 673: Topics in the Teaching and Learning of French

This course for in-service teachers focuses on the sources of grammatical errors in nonnative French. It discusses the status of second language knowledge in the mind/brain, processes of development, and the effects of instruction. In response to their developing knowledge, students are invited to reflect on and draw conclusions about their grammar teaching and grammar correction practice.

This is an online synchronous course that meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12-2 pm Central / 1-3 pm Eastern.

This is a Full Semester course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Summer I and Summer II.

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FRIT-F 673 Topics in the Teaching and Learning of French (Summer 2022)
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FRIT-F 578 Contrastive Study of French and English (Winter/Spring 2023)
FREN-F 651 Study of French Cinema (Summer II 2023)

Indiana University

Instructor: Laurent Dekydtspotter

Semester: Summer 2022 – Full Semester

Dates: 6/6/22 – 7/30/22
Course meets Wednesdays from 12-2 pm Central 1-3 pm Eastern

Format: Online Synchronous

Graduate Credits: 3

Graduate Certificate Available: No

Prerequisites: French fluency, qualified to teach content area