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FSL 6000H-F and -S
Reading French Course for Graduate Students - Tuesday 4-6


Fall Term: Evard Messi Bekamenga / Spring Term: TBA


Teefy Hall




FSL 6000H Reading French Course for Graduate Students


Open to Masters and PhD graduate students who need to fulfill their graduate language requirement.

This course is designed to develop students' reading skills particularly as they pertain to research interests. Some remedial grammar, but the primary emphasis is on comprehension of a wide variety of texts in French. NOTE: THIS COURSE IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH.

On a case by case basis, students with prior language qualifications can access the exam-only option (still with course registration) after prior screening by the home department in support of the exam-only option. A grade of Credit/NonCredit (70% is the minimum grade for CR) will be entered on their transcripts.


Students are not permitted to audit this course.

Required texts:


(1) Stack, Reading French in the Arts and Sciences.


(2) Resnick, Essential French Grammar.




Recommended texts:


(1) Collins-Robert, French-English, English-French Dictionary.


(2) Bescherelle, L 'Art de conjuguer.

Assignments and evaluation: Two to four in-class tests (100%). Consult instructor for details.

Schedule: Tuesday, 4pm to 6pm


Students can enroll as of July 1st, 2018.



Fall Term 2018: Evard Messi Bekamenga

Spring Term 2019: TBA

This course is found in the following categories:


Revue Arborescences

Considérant que rien de ce qui touche la langue française ne lui est étranger, la revue Arborescences se veut un espace de réflexion sur les enjeux actuels des études françaises aussi bien en littérature, en linguistique qu’en didactique.

History of the Department

165 years of French Studies at the University of Toronto (1853-2018)


Estimant que rien de ce qui touche la langue française ne lui est étranger, la revue électronique Arborescences veut offrir un espace de réflexion sur des questions d’importance en études françaises, relevant aussi bien de la didactique que de la lit