Students of all faculties, students in the flexible study rights scheme (JOO).
The course is designed for students who want to proceed rapidly and are prepared to complete numerous home assignments.
No previous studies.
After completing the course, students
- Can use French in simple everyday situations, e.g. compose simple messages
- Can express themselves in the past tense (passé composé) and the future tense, both orally and in writing
- Are acquainted with the French culture and can use, e.g., the most common polite expressions
- Understand simple speech.
The main topics and language use situations: introductions, leisure time, travel, expressing wishes and opinions,describing people and the living environment, asking for and giving directions, errands and other general matters
- The present tense, the simple future tense, the passé composé, the simple past
- Possessives, adverbial and object pronouns
- Interrogative sentences.
Structural, vocabulary and listening comprehension exercises, oral exercises in pairs, as well as independent work (home assignments, essays, online assignments).
Hirschprung, Nathalie & Tricot, Tony : Cosmopolite 1 Méthode de français Niveau A1, Hachette 2017 (latter part of the book)
Mater & Mathieu-Benoit : Cosmopolite 1 Cahier d’activités, Hachette 2017
A DVD-ROM with video material and audio recordings of the textbook dialogues and texts is also available.
Digiversion: Textbook and excercise book, a DVD-ROM with video material and audio recordings of the textbook dialogues and texts. The product is a card, that contains the code for the digiversion and can be bought from a bookstore.
A glossary (French–Finnish–English) for the textbook chapters, as well as a brief outline of the grammar (both in Moodle), will be used as supplementary material for both the book and the digiversion.
Based on the aspects mentioned under the course objectives. Continuous evaluation: small review tests or a final examination, depending on the group, regular participation in classroom work (75 %), completion of the home assignments.
A teacher-instructed course, with 70 hours of contact teaching and 64 hours of independent work.