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.
Mrs. Susanne Anderson teaches this course.
This course includes an abridged electronic version of the teacher’s edition that can be viewed while logged on to bjupressonline.com.
Recommended Viewing Schedule: five 45-minute lessons per week; approximately 177 lessons per year
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Susanne 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.
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