Réseau: Communication, Intégration, Intersections is an exciting and innovative intermediate French program based on the notion of linguistic and cultural intersections. This new text introduces students to the diversity of the French speaking world via well chosen readings and discussion topics designed to encourage critical thinking within a language learning context.
The second year of foreign language study can be difficult for both students and teachers. Today’s college students struggle with authentic readings and preparing quality written work, which leads to many of them avoiding advanced classes. Based on the authors’ 25 years of combined teaching experience, Réseau is designed to address these issues by providing students with the tools to be successful at reading and writing. In keeping with the National Standards’ “Five C’s,” Réseau is rich in oral and written communicative activities, cultural information, comparative reflections on both linguistic and cultural elements, communities both within the classroom and extending into the global arena, and connections to knowledge beyond that of the anglophone world. Compelling, authentic readings both motivate students and serve as models for the different genres of writing they will be asked to produce. Through the tight integration of the vocabulary and grammar activities and the reading selections, students are encouraged to stretch themselves intellectually by practicing the four skills in increasingly complex and cognitively challenging contexts, preparing them for advanced courses.
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Réseau is a college-level, intermediate French language program based on the notion of multiple linguistic and cultural intersections. The teaching of French is approached as a holistic endeavor, not only in terms of language skills - speaking, listening, reading, and writing - but also in terms of cultural knowledge in the broadest sense.
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