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Study programme

Study programme code

Study programme title

6

1

2

X

1

3

0

1

2

French Philology


DESCRIPTION OF STUDY SUBJECT







Study subject code

1. Study subject title

Modern French 3

H

4

6

0

B

0

3

5

Faculty:

Philology

Department:

French Philology and Didactics




2. Coordinating teacher/s:

Position, name, surname

Assist. Evelina Česnauskaitė


3. Volume of study subject and its place in the study programme

Group of study subjects*

Type of study subjects**

Mode of studies

Volume (in academic hours)

ECTS credits

Semester

Language of instruction

Contact work

Non-contact work (self-dependent studies)

Total no.

Lectures

Contact practical classes***

Consultations

1SS

O

NL

-

128

5

134

267

10

3

French

*Study subjects of general university education – GS; study subject: for one subject study programs – 1SS, study programs of two subjects – 1SS, 2SS; subject of pedagogical specialization: for study programs of one specialization – 1SSP, for study programs of two specializations – 1SSP, 2SSP; pedagogical study subject – PSS; pedagogical practice – PP; elective: university nominated – EUN, faculty nominated – EFN; study field subject – SFS; practice – P; subject of minor study field (branch) – MSF; final paper of pedagogical studies – FPPS; final thesis – FT.

** Obligatory – O; elective – E.

*** In description of practice – contact hours of practice.

4. Goal of study subject

To further build up students’ skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing in academic, professional and social spheres of language use. The level to be achieved is A2 according to Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.




5. Abstract

Students are further taught all the four basic language skills; they have access to audio records and are taught to understand extracts of language of various contexts. Students read text of various kinds applying different reading techniques. Students learn to understand texts and narration of more complicated structures. They are taught to express their opinion, hypotheses, a piece of advice, to define, to express own feelings and to tell own experiences. Students have to write connected and coherent texts on attract and cultural themes using different means of linking words and sentences, they are taught how to describe events, feelings and thoughts.


6. Learning outcomes of study programme, learning outcomes of study subject, methods of study and student achievement assessment

Study learning outcomes

Learning outcomes of study subject

Study methods

Methods of study achievement assessment

Will be able to perform in French at C1.1. level (reception, production, interaction).

Will have ability to work productively in a team, communicate with co-workers positively and knowingly.

Will have capability to organize his/her work autonomously, keep track of deadlines and time.


Students:

1. will be aware of words and phrases related to the studied themes.

2. will be able to understand written and spoken texts of A2–B1 level.

3. will be able to retell written and spoken texts of A2–B1 level using own words and connected complex sentences.

4. will be able to translate sentences and texts from French to Lithuanian and vice versus.

5. will be able to express own opinion on the studied topics in coherent complex sentences.

6. will be able to replace the unknown words using synonyms, antonyms; to derive new parts of the speech from the known ones.


Work in pairs, work in groups, projects, their presentation.


Oral quiz.

Written quiz.

Testing.

Essay.


Narration.

Presentation.





7. Plan of study subject


No.

Topic, short description of content

Volume (in academic hours)

Total no. of hours

Lectures

Practical classes

Consultations

Self-dependent work



Youth life: relations among peers. Hobbies. Relations with other people. Attitude of young people towards adults. Life in community.




18

0.5

20

38.5



Learning, work: CV. education, work experience, personal abilities and competences. Covering letter. Formal letter. Search for a job: job advertisements, job interview and employment.




20

0.5

20

40.5



Sport in individual’s life. Most popular kinds of sports. Heath and sports. Physical activity. Healthy lifestyle.




18

0.5

20

38.5



Culture, art. Learning of culture through arts, cinema, music, theatre. World of books. Cultural events: concerts, art exhibitions. Volunteering.




18

0.5

24

42.5



Tourism. Recreation. Holidays: travelling by various means of transport. Destinations. Travelling agencies. Hotels, accommodation. Tourist routes, excursions. Country tourism.




20

0.5

20

40.5



Written assignments.




34

2.5

30

66.5

Total no. of hours for study subject:

-

128

5

134

267




8. Assessment criteria

Level of achievement

High (9-10 points): a student knows and uses words and phrases related to the studied topics; is able to understand written and spoken texts of A2 – B1 level; to retell written and spoken texts of A2 – B1 level using own words and connected complex sentences; makes single syntactical mistakes , uses rich vocabulary; is able to translate sentences and texts from French to Lithuanian and vice versus; able to express own opinion on the studied topics in coherent complex sentences; able to replace the unknown words using synonyms, antonyms; to derive new parts of the speech from known ones..

Average (7-8 points): a student knows and uses words and phrases related to the studied topics; is able to understand written and spoken texts of A2 – B1 level; to retell written and spoken texts of A2 – B1 level using own words and connected complex sentences; few syntactical mistakes that do not impede understanding, used vocabulary is various and adequate; is able to translate sentences and texts from French to Lithuanian and vice versus.

Minimal satisfactory (5-6 points): a student knows and uses words and phrases related to the studied topics; is able to understand written and spoken texts of A2 – B1 level; to retell written and spoken texts of A2 – B1 level using own words and connected sentences; makes a big number of syntactical mistakes but they do not impede understanding, limited vocabulary; is able to translate sentences and texts from French to Lithuanian and vice versus with mistakes.

Unsatisfactory (1-4 points): a student knows and uses words and phrases related to the studied topics; is able to understand written and spoken texts of A2 – B1 level to a limited extent; to retell written and spoken texts of A2 – B1 level in simple sentences; a big number of syntactical mistakes impedes understanding, poor vocabulary.


9. Procedure of student assessment

No.

Content

No. of hours for one assignment

No. of assignments

Total no. of hrs.

Time of completion (week of semester)

Cumulative assessment (%)

1.

Participation in lectures (attendance and activity)

2

16

32

1-16

5

2.

Homework

1.5

43

65

1-16

15

3.

Individual assignments

3.5

21

75

1-16

10

4.

Test

8

4

32

4, 8, 10, 12

10

5.

Group work

1.5

35

53

1-16

10

6.

Final test

10

1

10

16

50













267




100




10. Recommended literature

No. of copies in LUES library

Other libraries

(indicate)



No.

Main literature

1.

Berthet A., Hugot C. Alter Ego 2. Paris: Hachette, 2006.

9

PIB, VU

2.

Girardet J., Pecheur J. Campus 2. Paris: CLE International, 2002.

10

PIB, VU

3.

Miquel C., Golio-Lété A. Vocabulaire progressif du français. Niveau intermédiaire avec 250 exercices. Paris: CLE international, 1997.

10

PIB, VU, MRU

No.

Additional literature







1.

Test d’évaluation de français. Parsi: Hachette, 2001.

1

PIB

2.

Miquel C. Communication progressive du français. Paris: CLE International, 2003.

1

PIB, VDU, MRU

3.

Miquel C. Grammaire en dialogues. Niveau intermédiaire. Paris: CLE International, 2007.

1

PIB

4.

Simenon G. Le destin de Malou. Moscou: Višaja škola, 1976.

12

VU


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