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FRE 201

Introductory French II

This course uses a communicative approach and although the emphasis is on oral proficiency, reading and writing skills are also further developed. Through extensive practice in class, students develop their knowledge of the basic vocabulary and constructions of French. Classwork is supplemented by handouts, audio recordings and cultural readings.
Weekly Contact: Lecture:3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
Liberal Studies: LL

Prerequisites

FRE 101 or placement test required (www.ryerson.ca/llc)

Antirequisites

None

Co-Requisites

None

Custom Requisites

None

Mentioned in the Following Calendar Pages

*List may not include courses that are on a common table shared between programs.

French

  • FRE 101
    Introductory French I
  • FRE 201
    Introductory French II
  • FRE 301
    Intermediate French I
  • FRE 302
    French Food, Wine and Hospitality
  • FRE 303
    French and Fashion
  • FRE 401
    Intermediate French II
  • FRE 402
    French Conversation and Pronunciation
  • FRE 501
    Speaking and Writing French I
  • FRE 502
    Communication and Business French
  • FRE 503
    Middle Ages to Classicism
  • FRE 505
    French Language and Culture
  • FRE 507
    English-French Translation I
  • FRE 508
    Intro to 20th C French Literature I
  • FRE 509
    Franco-Canadian Literature I
  • FRE 510
    Effective Writing
  • FRE 515
    Introduction to Business French
  • FRE 516
    Politics and Play in French Poetry
  • FRE 601
    Speaking and Writing French II
  • FRE 602
    Business French in Practice
  • FRE 603
    Enlightenment to La Belle Époque
  • FRE 605
    Francophone Language and Culture
  • FRE 607
    English-French Translation II
  • FRE 608
    Intro to 20th C French Literature II
  • FRE 609
    Franco-Canadian Literature II
  • FRE 610
    Cultural Context of Writing
  • FRE 701
    French for Today
  • FRE 703
    French Theatre: Classicism to Romanticism
  • FRE 704
    Intro to Franco-Canadian Culture I
  • FRE 706
    The Life and Times of the French Language
  • FRE 707
    Introduction to French-English Translation
  • FRE 709
    Children's Literature in French
  • FRE 801
    French and New Media
  • FRE 803
    French Theatre: 20th C and Contemporary
  • FRE 804
    Intro to Franco-Canadian Culture II
  • FRE 805
    French Language Teaching Methodologies
  • FRE 900
    Senior French Seminar
  • FRE 901
    Francophone Women Writers
  • FRE 902
    Gender and Decadence 1850-1920
  • FRE 903
    The Francophone Short Story