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FR 192A: French Language 1: Module 1
|Course Code||FR 192A|
|Course Title||French Language 1: Module 1|
- Winter 2014 (Instructor: Caroline Campbell Seyler)
- Spring 2014 (Instructor: TBA)
- Fall 2014 (Instructor: TBA)
An intensive French Language course. Vocabulary enrichment and development of reading, writing and oral expression.
Typical terms may not reflect online offerings.
|Course Work and Exam||Winter 2014 syllabus (see note 1)|
- Prerequisite: OAC Core French or 4U Core French or FR 152.
- Antirequisite: High School Immersion French, Extended French, near-native or native ability in French.
|Special Notes||1) Students who have completed FR192B may not go back for FR192A.
2) Students registered in FR 192A and 192B in the same term will be denied credit for FR 192A.
3) Students registered in FR 151 and/or FR 152 in the same term as FR 192A or 192B will be denied credit for FR 151 and/or FR 152.|
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