French immersion at UH Mānoa – four semesters in one summer…
FR 110: Immersion French-Elementary
Summer Session 1
FR 210: Immersion French-Intermediate
Summer Session 2
These two classes are part of an immersion course that covers in less than 10 weeks French Elementary 101/102 and French Intermediate 201/202. Students will learn to develop intermediate language skills through reading, conversation, writing and listening. They will study vocabulary, grammar, conjugation and develop functional language structures.
The very format of each course – 2 hours and 40 minutes of class 5 days a week for 5 weeks – gives an exceptional opportunity to study French language in depth for a relatively short period of time. It also creates a unique class atmosphere of studies, emulation and support. Students work in groups daily with the professor on a wide range of assignments: questions, short essays, oral skits, articles, songs, foods etc.
Fulfills UH Mānoa Graduation Requirement: HSL (Hawaiian/Second Language)
About the Instructor
Dr. Louis Bousquet is an Assistant Professor in the French Division at UH Mānoa. Born in southern France, he has received his PhD from the University of California at Santa Barbara and taught French language and French literature for the last 18 years in the United States. His research interests are in contemporary French and Pacific Literature, film and media studies.
For more information, email Dr. Bousquet at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 956-4185.