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French Program Overview

The French program includes, for practical language students, continuous exercise aimed at cumulative possession of and accuracy in written and spoken French, as well as listening and reading comprehension; for translation students, a related form of practice focused on techniques, strategies, and awareness of structural and socio-cultural differences between French and English; for linguistics students, a firm understanding of French speech sounds, words, sentences, meaning and discourse and their relation to society; for students interested in teaching French, a focus on pedagogical theory and best practice; for literature students, awareness of basic concepts and techniques needed for literary analysis coupled with knowledge of francophone literature in widely different yet interconnected genres, regions, and time periods; and for those interested in culture, greater knowledge of diverse yet francophone social, historical, political, moral, intellectual and aesthetic worlds.

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Students interested in teaching French:

Faculty of French

French Courses at UTSC

  • FREA01H3: Language Practice I
  • FREA02H3: Language Practice II
  • FREA90Y3: Intensive Introductory French
  • FREA91Y3: Intensive Intermediate French
  • FREA96H3: Introductory French I
  • FREA97H3: Introductory French II
  • FREA98H3: Intermediate French I
  • FREA99H3: Intermediate French II
  • FREB01H3: Language Practice III
  • FREB02H3: Language Practice IV
  • FREB08H3: Practical Translation I
  • FREB11H3: French Language in the School System
  • FREB17H3: Spoken French: Conversation and Pronunciation
  • FREB18H3: Business French
  • FREB20H3: Teaching Children's Literature in French
  • FREB22H3: The Society and Culture of Québec
  • FREB27H3: Modern France
  • FREB28H3: The Francophone World
  • FREB35H3: Francophone Literature
  • FREB36H3: The 20th Century Québec Novel
  • FREB37H3: Contemporary Québec Drama
  • FREB44H3: Introduction to Linguistics: French Phonetics and Phonology
  • FREB45H3: Introduction to Linguistics: French Morphology and Syntax
  • FREB46H3: History of the French Language
  • FREB50H3: Introduction to Literature in French I
  • FREB51H3: Literary History in Context: From the Middle Ages to the 17th Century
  • FREB55H3: Literary History in Context: 18th and 19th Centuries
  • FREB70H3: Cinema of the French-Speaking World
  • FREB84H3: Folktale, Myth and the Fantastic in the French-Speaking World
  • FREC01H3: Language Practice V
  • FREC02H3: Language Practice VI
  • FREC03H3: French in Action I: Practical Workshop in Theatre
  • FREC10H3: Community-Engaged Learning in the Francophone Community
  • FREC11H3: Teaching French as a Second Language
  • FREC12H3: Semantics: The Study of Meaning
  • FREC18H3: Translation for Business and Professional Need
  • FREC38H3: Topics in the Literature of Quebec
  • FREC46H3: Syntax II
  • FREC47H3: Pidgin and Creole Languages
  • FREC48H3: Sociolinguistics of French
  • FREC54H3: Paris through the Ages
  • FREC57H3: French Fiction of the 19th Century
  • FREC58H3: Literature of the Ancien Regime
  • FREC63H3: Topics in French Literature: Encountering Foreign Cultures: Travel Writing in French
  • FREC64H3: French Fiction of the 20th and 21st Centuries
  • FREC83H3: Cultural Identities and Stereotypes in the French-Speaking World
  • FRED01H3: Language practice VII: Written French
  • FRED02H3: Supervised Reading
  • FRED03H3: Supervised Reading
  • FRED04H3: Supervised Reading
  • FRED05H3: Supervised Reading
  • FRED06H3: Language Practice VIII: Oral French
  • FRED07H3: Supervised Reading
  • FRED13H3: Advanced Topics in French Literature
  • FRED14H3: Advanced Topics in the Literature of Quebec
  • FRED28H3: Special Topics in Translation
  • FRED90Y3: Supervised Reading