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FRNC3101: Practical Approaches to French 2

French is spoken in a variety of countries across the planet. Drawing upon case studies from a range of French-speaking countries, we will explore key issues of language usage, such as official vs. minority languages, language policy, multilingualism and diglossia, questions of language and identity, colonialism, and the broader workings of power and politics in language.

Code FRNC3101
Academic unit French and Francophone Studies
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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FRNC1632 or FRNC3002 or FRNC3606 or FRNC3626 or FRNC2633 or FRNC3633
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Demonstrate an understanding of key sociolinguistic concepts relating to the Francophone world
  • LO2. Demonstrate an understanding of the French-speaking world and its origins, including its relation to the French Colonial Empire and its aftermath
  • LO3. Display critical analysis skills developed through independent research on aspects of linguistic issues in the French-speaking world
  • LO4. Communicate effectively and ethically in French in oral and in written form

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