Introduction to Multi-cultural Experiences
Recognizing the need to be able to understand and interact with other cultures, the Center for Lifelong Learning is offering introductory level language courses. Each of these non-credit courses present students with the basic skills of each language as well as offer an overview of the culture. The goal of these courses is to encourage further study of other cultures.
This noncredit course provides useful information for interacting with people in France and French-speaking Africa. Students will learn simple phrases to use in common situations, such as ordering in a cafe', finding the train station or a restaurant, asking directions or for help, addressing salespersons, and greeting people politely. The course will use the text, dialogues with videos, and some views of the sights. At the end of the course, students will be able to communicate clearly and personally with the residents.
Course fee - $125.00 This is not covered by tuition remission or financial aid.
Registration: Monday, October 23 - Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Dates: Monday and Wednesday, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
January 29 - March 12(no class during Spring Break)
French in Ten Minutes a Day, 2005 or newer edition