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French 1 DVD Only

French 1 DVD Only

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French 1 for Distance Learning

French 1 presents the basics of the French language as spoken in Europe. Students learn greetings, verb conjugations, basic survival vocabulary, pronunciation rules, grammatical structures, and cultural highlights. They develop basic reading and conversational abilities, learning to understand and practically apply the facts rather than simply memorizing them. The instructor presents material primarily in English, using songs, Bible verses, readings on culture, and video supplements.

This course is a recording of a live, interactive course and includes incoming calls from students.

Teacher Information: Mrs. Anderson teaches this course. Read more about her by clicking on the Instructor tab.

What’s Included: This kit does not include textbooks. Click on the Contents tab to learn more about what is included with this product.

Scheduling Information: 177 days; lessons are 45 minutes in length.

* Unless otherwise noted, kits may not have any partial returns or substitutions.

Mrs. Susanne Anderson, BA, MA

Mrs. Susanne Anderson, a course instructor for BJU Press Distance LearningSusanne Anderson received her BA and MA degrees from Bob Jones University and has taught high school French for twenty-one years. She has sponsored three summer missionary trips to France and enjoys sharing her love of the French people and their language with her students. Her French training includes high school, college, and postgraduate grammar and composition classes as well as three years of private tutelage from a former resident of Monaco.

  • Author - BJU Press Distance Learning
  • Copyright Year - 2014
  • Format - Distance Learning by DVD
  • Grade Level - 7,8,9,10,11,12
  • Publisher - BJU Press
Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by This program is dated and has a lot of errors and wasted time for students - way to slow! 1. First, general feedback that to sell a video class, but sell a recording of a “live online” class, ends up wasting a LOT of the video student’s time. The video student can not benefit from any of the online interaction between the teacher and the actual students who were taking that class. Furthermore, by selling a recording of a previously held live class, all of the various flubs and mistakes that a human teacher in a live class is bound to make, are frozen in time and duplicated for all future students. So, I would say in general that I would not purchase a video class in the future that is simply a recording of a live class. UNLESS ERRORS are CORRECTED! (You have had at least 15years to fix them!) 2. Related to #1, above, technology changes so rapidly. This French 1 class is very dated now, and it is distracting to say the least. 3. Homework errors - inconsistencies with Teacher assignmentson paper and her assignments orally! Bob Jones should recognize the student watching a recording of class after the fact has different needs from a student engaged in an online interactive course. The contrast between this and the Visual Latin videos that our other students are watching this year are striking. The Visual Latin teacher asks students to repeat phrases, but he has simply recorded himself “performing” and teaching before the camera. This is far more useful for recorded education. September 27, 2016
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