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2014 SUMMER SCHOOL INFORMATION

Acadia University has long been recognized as one of Canada’s premier undergraduate institutions. With its nationally and internationally recognized research initiatives, small class size and technology-rich teaching and learning environment, Acadia offers students an experience that includes academic achievement combined with personal growth and development.

Founded in 1838, Acadia University is located in Wolfville at the east end of the beautiful Annapolis Valley, just an hour’s drive from Halifax.

Acadia’s small-town location and predominantly residential character encourage personal growth through close contact with fellow students and professors, participation in intramural and intercollegiate activities, and through a wide variety of cultural programs.

Its combination of outstanding academic programs and diversity of extra-curricular activities has established Acadia as a leading university in Canada. Over 100 courses are available through Open Acadia for part-time students studying for baccalaureate or professional degrees. Courses are offered on the Internet and at on/off site locations.

For more information about Acadia, visit our website at www.acadiau.ca.

HOW TO REACH US:

Toll-free:               1-800-565-6568

Locally:                 902-585-1434

Fax:                       902-585-1068

Email:                   openacadia@acadiau.ca

Internet:               http://openacadia.ca

Canada Post:       Open Acadia, Acadia University, Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6

ADMISSION PROCEDURES

A completed application form, accompanied by a non-refundable application fee, résumé, and transcripts of previous academic work are required for admission. Those who have previously attended Acadia, but not during the 2013/14 session, must complete an application form. These forms may be obtained from Acadia University’s website http://www.acadiau.ca/, or from the Registrar’s Office at 902-585-1222.

Students from other universities who wish to take classes at Acadia are reminded that if they wish to receive credit from their home university, they should receive a “letter of permission” from that institution before applying to Acadia. Likewise, Acadia students taking classes elsewhere should first receive a “letter of permission” from the Acadia Registrar.

REGISTRATION

Since many classes have limited enrolment, students are encouraged to register as early as possible. Payment of fees is due upon registration. Submit course registration forms to Open Acadia, Acadia University. Please consult the Open Acadia web site (http://openacadia.ca) for detailed information on registration procedures.

CLASS CANCELLATION

Any class with an enrolment of fewer than 10 students may be subject to cancellation.

ACADEMIC FEES

For account information, please contact the Student Accounts Office at 902-585-1222. Payment in full is due at the time of registration. Registration forms received without payment will not be processed until Open Acadia receives complete payment.

Application for Admission:

Non-refundable Processing Fee

Undergraduate Education                               $35.00

Graduate Education                                         $50.00

Tuition Fees:

Undergraduate 3 h (1/2 credit)                      $854.00

Graduate Education 3 h (5000 level)             $922.00

Please note: Start and end dates for individual courses may vary from this schedule.

Interpretation Key

 

 

 

 

EDUC

502

3

P

4

Subject Area

Course #

# of credit hours

Location/section

Semester

 

300 – 3rd year

3 = ½ credit

Q = Off campus

3 = Spring

 

400 – 4th year

6 = 1 credit

P = On campus

4 = Summer

 

500 - graduate

 

N = Online

5 = Other

 

 

 

Z, Y = Second, Third Session

 


EDUCATION COURSES AVAILABLE

SUMMER COURSES

EDUC 50C3 P4 School Counselling Programs
Janice Graham-Migel, July 23 to Aug 8, Acadia

EDUC 50C3 Z4 School Counselling Programs
Rola Abihanna, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 50D3 P4 Professional Issues in Counselling
Carole MacInnis, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 50D3 Y4 Professional Issues in Counselling
Birdie Bezanson, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 50D3 Z4 Professional Issues in Counselling
Michael Belgrave, July 3 to July 18, Acadia\

EDUC 50E3 Q4 Counselling Adolescents and Children
Stillman Jacquard, July 23 to August 1, Charlottetown

EDUC 50H3 P4 Introduction to Disability Studies
Cynthia Bruce, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5033 P4 / Z4 Theories of Counselling
John Sumarah, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5053 P4 / Z4 Problems in Education: Creativity Music Playshop
Jeffrey Agrell, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5053 R4 Problems in Education: Research in Elementary Music Education
Dale Lonis, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5053 T4 Problems in Education: Research in Secondary Music Education
Ardith Haley, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5053 V4 Problems in Education: Research in Creativity
Cheryl L. McLean, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5053 Y4 Problems in Education: The Principalship
Wallace MacAskill, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5063 P4 Foundations of Inclusive Education
Lynn Aylward, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5063 Z4 Foundations of Inclusive Education
Martin Morrison, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5123 P4 Curriculum Practice for Students "At Risk"
Cindy Giffen, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5133 P4 Counselling Skills
Sandy Fraser, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5133 Z4 Counselling Skills
Linda Wheeldon, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5163 P4 Assistive Technology: Access to Literacy
Barbara Welsford, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5233 P4 Counselling Families
Robert Allan, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5313 P4 Assessment for Learning 1
Allison Petrie, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5543 P4 Work and Life Planning Counselling
Clarence DeSchiffart, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5553 P4 Topics in Counselling: Addictions
Dale Gruchy, July 23 to Aug 8, Acadia

EDUC 5553 Y4 Topics in Counselling: Grief
Sue Smiley, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5553 Z4 Topics in Counselling: Addictions
Shaughney Aston, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5623 Q4 Group Counselling: Theory and Practice
Stillman Jacquard, July 28 to August 7, Truro\

EDUC 5633 P4 Curriculum Foundations
John Guiney Yallop, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5633 Z4 Curriculum Foundations
David Piper, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5673 P4 Current Research and Theory in Curriculum: Mathematics
David Reid, July 7 to July 15, Acadia

EDUC 5673 Z4 Current Research and Theory in Curriculum: Rural Education
Tony Kelly, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5843 P4 Instructional Design - Mathematics
Therese Forsythe, July 16 to July 24, Acadia

EDUC 5843 R4 Instructional Design: Family Studies
Sheila Munro, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5843 Y4 Instructional Design: Creative Design for Learning and Assessment
Paul Syme, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5843 Z4 Instructional Design - Music Education
Dale Lonis, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5933 P4 Equity and Leadership
Glynis Ross, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

ONLINE, OPEN-ENTRY COURSES

EDUC 50G3 NT Research Literacy
Heather Stephens

EDUC 5053 NT Problems in Education: Mentoring New Teachers
Heather Stephens

EDUC 5203 NT Introduction to Educational Technology
Fred Crouse

EDUC 5213 NT Organizational Theory and School Culture
Michael Phillips

EDUC 5273 NT Education and the Law
Michael Phillips

EDUC 5303 RT Principles of Assessment: Counselling Focus
Elaine Baltzer

EDUC 5303 NT Principles of Assessment: Education Focus
Heather Hemming

EDUC 5513 NT Research Design in Education
Debbie Toope

EDUC 5553 NT Special Topics in Counselling: Spirituality and Counselling
Michael Belgrave

EDUC 5563 NT Career Counselling
Clarence DeSchiffart

EDUC 5673 NT Current Research and Theory in Curriculum: Literacy
Heather Stephens

EDUC 5773 NT Community Perspectives on School and Society
Tony Kelly

EDUC 5843 NT Instructional Design – Multi-age Pedagogy
Marion Leier

EDUC 5913 NT Theoretical Perspectives on Leadership
Michael Phillips

Summer Institute - Certificate in French Proficiency (July 7 – 18, 2014)

Acadia University’s Certificate of Proficiency in French provides French language teachers and other interested individuals with the opportunity to improve their level of French language proficiency as part of their personal and professional development. Better skills in French can translate into better employment opportunities as well as more satisfactory and enjoyable experiences when travelling in francophone areas of the world. Participants will work toward a functional command of French by upgrading the four basic language skills: speaking, reading, listening and writing.

The CFP is a 30 credit hour program which is delivered mainly on the beautiful campus at Acadia University. Each summer Acadia offers a two week institute where students can complete two courses (6 credit-hours) towards their Certificate. A selection of courses is also available online for students who wish to accelerate their program.

Students entering the program are required to take a placement test http://placement.acadiau.ca/french/ to determine the appropriate level of entry. Students with little or no knowledge of French (true beginners) may be placed in French 1113 and 1123 (online courses) which will require 36 credit hours to complete the program. Students with an intermediate knowledge of French will start with either 1213 and 2153, or 1223 and 2163. Students with an advanced knowledge of French will start with French 2013 and 2713. The number of required and elective courses available to a participant will depend upon their level of French language proficiency at the outset of the program.

The final objective is to prepare participants to take the internationally recognized Test in French Proficiency (the TCF) which assesses the skill level achieved in oral comprehension, written comprehension and language structures using the standards set by the Common European Framework of Reference for languages.

Students who successfully complete the Certificate can qualify for an Advanced Teacher’s Certificate 1 (ATC 1) upon approval from the Department of Education.

French Proficiency Levels

Level 1: French 1113 – 1123 Basic French

These courses are available online.

Students in these courses learn the French vocabulary and grammar structures which they will need to cope with every-day situations. They study a range of simple, authentic cultural documents such as menus, timetables, weather reports, recipes, maps, newspapers. Students who complete these courses can read simple texts and have the ability to cope with simple tasks in a francophone milieu such as introducing themselves, asking for and understanding simple directions, booking tickets, finding a hotel room, making purchases and ordering food in a restaurant.

ALL COURSES BEYOND LEVEL 1 ARE CONDUCTED IN FRENCH

Level 2:

Français 1213 Intermediate French 1

Français 1223 Intermediate French 2

Français 2153 Compréhension et expression orales 1

Français 2163 Compréhension et expression orales 2

Students in these courses undertake a thorough review of French grammar and vocabulary. They read magazine articles, study short works of French literature, view short films and television shows in French. They listen to French songs and radio shows. Effective communication, both oral and written, is stressed. Students participate in debates, skits, discussions and games. Students who complete these courses have communication skills sufficient to face situations requiring articulate and constructed expression of ideas and concepts as well as the capacity to adapt one’s language to one’s audience.

Level 3:

Français 2013  Français avancé, niveau 1

Français 2023  Français avancé, niveau 2

Français 2713 Compréhension et expression écrites

These courses introduce students to a systematic analysis of French syntax and translation from English to French. The purpose of these courses is to reinforce language skills, develop speech skills and acquire the conceptual tools necessary for textual analysis. Students learn vocabulary and expressions currently used in the media. Students who complete these courses can communicate well in professional contexts.

Level 4:

Français 3153 Expression orale avancée, niveau 3

Français 3213 Littérature Jeunesse

Français 3733 Expression écrite avancée

Français 4403 Méthodologie de l’enseignement du françaid langue seconde

Français 4413 Lectures dirigées 1 (online)

Français 3163 Expression orale avancée 4 (offered from time to time)

Français 3473 Compréhension écrite avancée (offered from time to time)

Courses at Level 4 allow students to master the subtleties of written and spoken French from the colloquial to the formal register. Students are introduced to a variety of writing styles, including works of non-fiction. Students will take part in debates, discussions and improvisations. A series of language skills strengthening drills will be used. This in turn enables students to better express and detect nuances in speech patterns and socio-linguistic contents.       

The following courses will be offered on campus at the Acadia Summer Institute 2014:

Morning Classes (9 am to Noon)

Afternoon Classes (1 pm to 4 pm)

FRAN 2013 Français Avancé, Niveau 1

FRAN 2713 Compréhension et Expression Écrites

FRAN 2023 Français Avancé, Niveau 2

FRAN 3153 Expression Orale Avancée, Niveau 3

FRAN 2163 Compréhension et Expression Orales, Niveau 2

FRAN 3743 Compréhension Écrite Avancée

FRAN 3633 Le Quebec Moderne

FRAN 4403 Méthodologie de l'Enseignement du Français Langue Seconde

FRAN 3733 Expression Écrites Avancée

 

 

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Acadia University
Summer Learning Opportunities for Teachers

back to Summer Learning Opportunities main page

2014 SUMMER SCHOOL INFORMATION

Acadia University has long been recognized as one of Canada’s premier undergraduate institutions. With its nationally and internationally recognized research initiatives, small class size and technology-rich teaching and learning environment, Acadia offers students an experience that includes academic achievement combined with personal growth and development.

Founded in 1838, Acadia University is located in Wolfville at the east end of the beautiful Annapolis Valley, just an hour’s drive from Halifax.

Acadia’s small-town location and predominantly residential character encourage personal growth through close contact with fellow students and professors, participation in intramural and intercollegiate activities, and through a wide variety of cultural programs.

Its combination of outstanding academic programs and diversity of extra-curricular activities has established Acadia as a leading university in Canada. Over 100 courses are available through Open Acadia for part-time students studying for baccalaureate or professional degrees. Courses are offered on the Internet and at on/off site locations.

For more information about Acadia, visit our website at www.acadiau.ca.

HOW TO REACH US:

Toll-free:               1-800-565-6568

Locally:                 902-585-1434

Fax:                       902-585-1068

Email:                   openacadia@acadiau.ca

Internet:               http://openacadia.ca

Canada Post:       Open Acadia, Acadia University, Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6

ADMISSION PROCEDURES

A completed application form, accompanied by a non-refundable application fee, résumé, and transcripts of previous academic work are required for admission. Those who have previously attended Acadia, but not during the 2013/14 session, must complete an application form. These forms may be obtained from Acadia University’s website http://www.acadiau.ca/, or from the Registrar’s Office at 902-585-1222.

Students from other universities who wish to take classes at Acadia are reminded that if they wish to receive credit from their home university, they should receive a “letter of permission” from that institution before applying to Acadia. Likewise, Acadia students taking classes elsewhere should first receive a “letter of permission” from the Acadia Registrar.

REGISTRATION

Since many classes have limited enrolment, students are encouraged to register as early as possible. Payment of fees is due upon registration. Submit course registration forms to Open Acadia, Acadia University. Please consult the Open Acadia web site (http://openacadia.ca) for detailed information on registration procedures.

CLASS CANCELLATION

Any class with an enrolment of fewer than 10 students may be subject to cancellation.

ACADEMIC FEES

For account information, please contact the Student Accounts Office at 902-585-1222. Payment in full is due at the time of registration. Registration forms received without payment will not be processed until Open Acadia receives complete payment.

Application for Admission:

Non-refundable Processing Fee

Undergraduate Education                               $35.00

Graduate Education                                         $50.00

Tuition Fees:

Undergraduate 3 h (1/2 credit)                      $854.00

Graduate Education 3 h (5000 level)             $922.00

Please note: Start and end dates for individual courses may vary from this schedule.

Interpretation Key

 

 

 

 

EDUC

502

3

P

4

Subject Area

Course #

# of credit hours

Location/section

Semester

 

300 – 3rd year

3 = ½ credit

Q = Off campus

3 = Spring

 

400 – 4th year

6 = 1 credit

P = On campus

4 = Summer

 

500 - graduate

 

N = Online

5 = Other

 

 

 

Z, Y = Second, Third Session

 


EDUCATION COURSES AVAILABLE

SUMMER COURSES

EDUC 50C3 P4 School Counselling Programs
Janice Graham-Migel, July 23 to Aug 8, Acadia

EDUC 50C3 Z4 School Counselling Programs
Rola Abihanna, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 50D3 P4 Professional Issues in Counselling
Carole MacInnis, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 50D3 Y4 Professional Issues in Counselling
Birdie Bezanson, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 50D3 Z4 Professional Issues in Counselling
Michael Belgrave, July 3 to July 18, Acadia\

EDUC 50E3 Q4 Counselling Adolescents and Children
Stillman Jacquard, July 23 to August 1, Charlottetown

EDUC 50H3 P4 Introduction to Disability Studies
Cynthia Bruce, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5033 P4 / Z4 Theories of Counselling
John Sumarah, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5053 P4 / Z4 Problems in Education: Creativity Music Playshop
Jeffrey Agrell, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5053 R4 Problems in Education: Research in Elementary Music Education
Dale Lonis, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5053 T4 Problems in Education: Research in Secondary Music Education
Ardith Haley, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5053 V4 Problems in Education: Research in Creativity
Cheryl L. McLean, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5053 Y4 Problems in Education: The Principalship
Wallace MacAskill, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5063 P4 Foundations of Inclusive Education
Lynn Aylward, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5063 Z4 Foundations of Inclusive Education
Martin Morrison, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5123 P4 Curriculum Practice for Students "At Risk"
Cindy Giffen, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5133 P4 Counselling Skills
Sandy Fraser, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5133 Z4 Counselling Skills
Linda Wheeldon, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5163 P4 Assistive Technology: Access to Literacy
Barbara Welsford, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5233 P4 Counselling Families
Robert Allan, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5313 P4 Assessment for Learning 1
Allison Petrie, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5543 P4 Work and Life Planning Counselling
Clarence DeSchiffart, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5553 P4 Topics in Counselling: Addictions
Dale Gruchy, July 23 to Aug 8, Acadia

EDUC 5553 Y4 Topics in Counselling: Grief
Sue Smiley, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5553 Z4 Topics in Counselling: Addictions
Shaughney Aston, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5623 Q4 Group Counselling: Theory and Practice
Stillman Jacquard, July 28 to August 7, Truro\

EDUC 5633 P4 Curriculum Foundations
John Guiney Yallop, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5633 Z4 Curriculum Foundations
David Piper, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5673 P4 Current Research and Theory in Curriculum: Mathematics
David Reid, July 7 to July 15, Acadia

EDUC 5673 Z4 Current Research and Theory in Curriculum: Rural Education
Tony Kelly, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5843 P4 Instructional Design - Mathematics
Therese Forsythe, July 16 to July 24, Acadia

EDUC 5843 R4 Instructional Design: Family Studies
Sheila Munro, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5843 Y4 Instructional Design: Creative Design for Learning and Assessment
Paul Syme, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5843 Z4 Instructional Design - Music Education
Dale Lonis, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

EDUC 5933 P4 Equity and Leadership
Glynis Ross, July 3 to July 18, Acadia

ONLINE, OPEN-ENTRY COURSES

EDUC 50G3 NT Research Literacy
Heather Stephens

EDUC 5053 NT Problems in Education: Mentoring New Teachers
Heather Stephens

EDUC 5203 NT Introduction to Educational Technology
Fred Crouse

EDUC 5213 NT Organizational Theory and School Culture
Michael Phillips

EDUC 5273 NT Education and the Law
Michael Phillips

EDUC 5303 RT Principles of Assessment: Counselling Focus
Elaine Baltzer

EDUC 5303 NT Principles of Assessment: Education Focus
Heather Hemming

EDUC 5513 NT Research Design in Education
Debbie Toope

EDUC 5553 NT Special Topics in Counselling: Spirituality and Counselling
Michael Belgrave

EDUC 5563 NT Career Counselling
Clarence DeSchiffart

EDUC 5673 NT Current Research and Theory in Curriculum: Literacy
Heather Stephens

EDUC 5773 NT Community Perspectives on School and Society
Tony Kelly

EDUC 5843 NT Instructional Design – Multi-age Pedagogy
Marion Leier

EDUC 5913 NT Theoretical Perspectives on Leadership
Michael Phillips

Summer Institute - Certificate in French Proficiency (July 7 – 18, 2014)

Acadia University’s Certificate of Proficiency in French provides French language teachers and other interested individuals with the opportunity to improve their level of French language proficiency as part of their personal and professional development. Better skills in French can translate into better employment opportunities as well as more satisfactory and enjoyable experiences when travelling in francophone areas of the world. Participants will work toward a functional command of French by upgrading the four basic language skills: speaking, reading, listening and writing.

The CFP is a 30 credit hour program which is delivered mainly on the beautiful campus at Acadia University. Each summer Acadia offers a two week institute where students can complete two courses (6 credit-hours) towards their Certificate. A selection of courses is also available online for students who wish to accelerate their program.

Students entering the program are required to take a placement test http://placement.acadiau.ca/french/ to determine the appropriate level of entry. Students with little or no knowledge of French (true beginners) may be placed in French 1113 and 1123 (online courses) which will require 36 credit hours to complete the program. Students with an intermediate knowledge of French will start with either 1213 and 2153, or 1223 and 2163. Students with an advanced knowledge of French will start with French 2013 and 2713. The number of required and elective courses available to a participant will depend upon their level of French language proficiency at the outset of the program.

The final objective is to prepare participants to take the internationally recognized Test in French Proficiency (the TCF) which assesses the skill level achieved in oral comprehension, written comprehension and language structures using the standards set by the Common European Framework of Reference for languages.

Students who successfully complete the Certificate can qualify for an Advanced Teacher’s Certificate 1 (ATC 1) upon approval from the Department of Education.

French Proficiency Levels

Level 1: French 1113 – 1123 Basic French

These courses are available online.

Students in these courses learn the French vocabulary and grammar structures which they will need to cope with every-day situations. They study a range of simple, authentic cultural documents such as menus, timetables, weather reports, recipes, maps, newspapers. Students who complete these courses can read simple texts and have the ability to cope with simple tasks in a francophone milieu such as introducing themselves, asking for and understanding simple directions, booking tickets, finding a hotel room, making purchases and ordering food in a restaurant.

ALL COURSES BEYOND LEVEL 1 ARE CONDUCTED IN FRENCH

Level 2:

Français 1213 Intermediate French 1

Français 1223 Intermediate French 2

Français 2153 Compréhension et expression orales 1

Français 2163 Compréhension et expression orales 2

Students in these courses undertake a thorough review of French grammar and vocabulary. They read magazine articles, study short works of French literature, view short films and television shows in French. They listen to French songs and radio shows. Effective communication, both oral and written, is stressed. Students participate in debates, skits, discussions and games. Students who complete these courses have communication skills sufficient to face situations requiring articulate and constructed expression of ideas and concepts as well as the capacity to adapt one’s language to one’s audience.

Level 3:

Français 2013  Français avancé, niveau 1

Français 2023  Français avancé, niveau 2

Français 2713 Compréhension et expression écrites

These courses introduce students to a systematic analysis of French syntax and translation from English to French. The purpose of these courses is to reinforce language skills, develop speech skills and acquire the conceptual tools necessary for textual analysis. Students learn vocabulary and expressions currently used in the media. Students who complete these courses can communicate well in professional contexts.

Level 4:

Français 3153 Expression orale avancée, niveau 3

Français 3213 Littérature Jeunesse

Français 3733 Expression écrite avancée

Français 4403 Méthodologie de l’enseignement du françaid langue seconde

Français 4413 Lectures dirigées 1 (online)

Français 3163 Expression orale avancée 4 (offered from time to time)

Français 3473 Compréhension écrite avancée (offered from time to time)

Courses at Level 4 allow students to master the subtleties of written and spoken French from the colloquial to the formal register. Students are introduced to a variety of writing styles, including works of non-fiction. Students will take part in debates, discussions and improvisations. A series of language skills strengthening drills will be used. This in turn enables students to better express and detect nuances in speech patterns and socio-linguistic contents.       

The following courses will be offered on campus at the Acadia Summer Institute 2014:

Morning Classes (9 am to Noon)

Afternoon Classes (1 pm to 4 pm)

FRAN 2013 Français Avancé, Niveau 1

FRAN 2713 Compréhension et Expression Écrites

FRAN 2023 Français Avancé, Niveau 2

FRAN 3153 Expression Orale Avancée, Niveau 3

FRAN 2163 Compréhension et Expression Orales, Niveau 2

FRAN 3743 Compréhension Écrite Avancée

FRAN 3633 Le Quebec Moderne

FRAN 4403 Méthodologie de l'Enseignement du Français Langue Seconde

FRAN 3733 Expression Écrites Avancée

 

 


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