FSL315H1: French Oral Communication for Professional and Academic Contexts


This course is designed for students who wish to develop their oral communication skills in French in preparation for bilingual employment, community service, and academic activities in Canada and abroad. Emphasis is placed on the development of skills for accurate oral language use in professional and academic contexts: researched oral presentations, debates, interviews, and student-led discussions. Students will learn how to adapt their speaking style and register to different audiences and situations, use appropriate vocabulary, and self-correct.

FSL221Y1 (63%)/ FSL222H1 (63%). Students may also fulfill this prerequisite requirement based on the results of their French Placement Test.
FSL320H1, FSL321Y1, FSL322H1, FSL375H1, FSL375Y1, FSL 400-level courses. Students who are fluent French speakers or whose command of the French language is equivalent to near-native proficiency must contact the Department of French before enrolling in this course.
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)