Accompanying language courses: FLS 2581 and FLS 3581

Depending on the results of your Immersion admission test, you will receive a recommendation to register in either FLS 2581 or FLS 3581 as an accompanying language course for one or more of your regular content courses taught in French. These courses are not compulsory, but are recommended in your first and second year to help you build a strong foundation of French skills relevant to your discipline.
 

FLS 2581 – Immersion I : Compréhension orale et écrite

French course for non-francophone students, linked to a 3-unit content course taught in French. The goal of this course is to improve the students’ French comprehension abilities (listening and reading) and ensure that the student will understand the material presented in the regular content course taught in French. The students will work on exercises to help them acquire vocabulary and strengthen grammar, recognize the structure of oral and written texts, extract the main ideas and better understand the arguments.

Prerequisite: FLS 2521 or FLS 2522 or equivalent.
 

FLS 3581 – Immersion II: Production orale et écrite

French course for non-francophone students, linked to a 3-unit content course taught in French. The goal of this course is to develop the students’ writing and speaking skills, and give them the ability to express the concepts and ideas presented in the regular content course taught in French. The students will practice the different steps in writing an effective text, using specialized vocabulary, producing complex sentences and speaking easily and effectively about the subject matter of the course.

Prerequisite: FLS 2751 or FLS 2581, FLS 2761 or equivalent.

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