Welcome to FREN 101. On this site, you will find basic documentation for the course. The most up-to-date official version will always be that on this present site.
- in class this week and next
- how to use this site (quick version: see drop-down menus or use the “search”box)
IN CLASS THIS WEEK …
du 14 au 18 mai 2018
PREMIER COURS (lundi / mardi)
- WORK IN CLASS:
❊ Horizons Chapitre préliminaire (p. 0-9, 20-23)
- TO DO BEFORE YOUR NEXT CLASS:
❊ obtain course materials and start using iLrn
DEUXIÈME COURS (mercredi / jeudi)
- WORK IN CLASS:
❊ Ch. préliminaire (10-19, 24-25)
❊ Ch. 1, début (28-31)
- ASSIGNMENTS IN CLASS:
❊ set up pairs and groups for online exercises and other work (flexible, may change during the course, according to student preferences)
- TO DO BEFORE NEXT CLASS:
❊ iLrn ONLINE EXERCISES on ch. préliminaire
ET EN SUITE …
- FREN 101-922
Monday & Wednesday downloadable and printable PDF (last updated: 2018-05-11)
- FREN 101-921
Tuesday & Thursday downloadable and printable PDF (last updated: 2018-05-11)
FAQ ABOUT FREN 101
FAQ ABOUT FRENCH AT UBC: PLACEMENT, REGISTRATION, ETC.
Further questions, uncertainties, comments, other issues throughout the term:
- please email the course co-ordinator: Dr Juliet O’Brien
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
—She reads her email at least twice a day during usual working hours in term: that is, Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. She usually replies by the next working day—if you email between a Friday evening and a Sunday evening: then Monday—and sooner if the matter is urgent.
—NB: Please include your course information—ex. “FREN 101-921″—in your email subject-line, and a word or two indicating the topic; otherwise your email will go to “junk” rather than a filtered priority folder.
- Office hours:
—(by appointment only: please email in advance to arrange a mutually-convenient time)
HOW TO USE THIS SITE
Drop-down menu: see especially FAQ:
The Department of French, Hispanic & Italian Studies; and UBC.
Joël Chauvin for technical and creative support.
Special thanks to previous co-ordinators of FREN 101 & 102: Jocelyne Baverel, Jacques Bodolec, and Maryse Duggan. The present incarnation of FREN 101 & 102 builds on their work; their approaches and ideas are integral to it and remain integrated within it.
Consulting contributions from instructors (2011-), lab monitors (2013-), and research assistants (2015-):
Joanna Alexis, Patricia Andersen, Ignace Ankomah, Behnaz Arabian, Hananeh Arandi, Vanessa Archambault, Nicholas Bartlett, Sylvia Bascou-Vallarino, Steven Bealle, Emily Beatty, Mélanie Bennett, Magali Blanc, Jacques Bodolec, Liza Bolen, Pooja Booluck, Camille Chaillou, Deanna Chan, Jason Cyr, Grace Donovan, Monika Edinger, Sara Emami, Desiree Fa, Destinee Fa, Han Fei, Piers Fleming, Luc Fotsing, Brianne Fenrich, Brittany Glenn, Arezou Hashemi, Eleanor Hoskins, Ben Huberman, Mary Kazuko Hikosaka, Massoumeh Khaleghi, Marie-Gérald Jean, Jane Ladesma, Line Lavoie, Tiffany Lee, Farah Leplat, Michelle Levit, Bridget McCartin, Maryam Madjzadeh, Niall Mann, Anne-Claire Marpeau, Caitlin Midgley, Soline Milet, Robert Miller, Yoonbin Min, Marie-Claire Mushiya, Liza Navarro, Fatou Kiné Ndiaye, Michael O’Hagan, Susa Oñate, Stéphanie Palisse, Chantal Phan, Thalia Platis, Arielle Prele, Mariantonia Ramogida, Karen Roy, Carl Ruest, Sarah Shamash, Molleen Shilliday, Dorian Simonneaux, Sinead Sprigg, Simida Sumandea, Elina Taillon, Marilyse Turgeon-Solis, Cristina Uroni, Marie Vondracek, Xuebing Xu, Wenyan Yang, Maryse Zeidler.
Claude Monet, Water lilies and Japanese bridge (Giverny); oil on canvas, 1897-99.
Princeton University Art Museum.
Image source: Wikimedia Commons
Materials, including this present site UBC FREN 101: beginners’ French, produced for FREN 101 by its co-ordinator, Juliet O’Brien is copylefted under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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(This Creative Commons licence does not affect the course materials provided by and associated with the course textbook; they remain the copyright of their authors and publishers.)