Workbook with Student Activities Manual for Jarausch/Tufts' Sur le vif / Edition 5 available in Paperback
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The "Cahier" (SAM) provides support for the improvement of your written French through exercises that move from the discrete point, self-check variety to the more open-ended ones, culminating in a choice of composition topics using the process writing approach and referring to the Système-D Writing Assistant for French software. The "Exercices de laboratoire" section follows the "Exercices ecrits" section of the "Cahier," and offer practice of phonetics and listening comprehension and dictation.
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About the Author
Hannelore received her PhD in eighteenth-century French Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Jarausch is a senior lecturer in French and director of the French Language Program at UNC-Chapel Hill. She teaches courses in methodology, language, and literature, and has authored an advanced intermediate text. She was named Foreign Language Teacher of the Year (Higher Education) in 2009-2010 by the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina. Jarausch's research interests focus on language teaching and teaching assistant training. She has presented at ACTFL, Central States, and the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina.
Clare Tufts received her PhD in French literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1981. She is the professor of the Practice of Romance Studies and director of the French Language Program at Duke University. She has published articles on language acquisition and pedagogy, the modern political theatre in France, Alfred Jarry, and political propaganda in French cartoons. In 1990, her computer tutorial Micro-Review in French was published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Professor Tufts's research interests include second-language acquisition, modern French theatre, and popular culture.
Table of ContentsPrelude: New song. 1. Les études. 2. Les jeunes. 3. Le mal du pays (immigrés). Interlude 1: New song. 4. En route! 5. Les voyages. 6. Ciné et télé. Interlude 2: New song. 7. Traditions. 8. En famille. 9. Topic to be determined (probably socio-political). Postlude: Cajun song.