Undergraduate
Education Faculty
English Language Education Program
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Course CodeSemester Course Name LE/RC/LA Course Type Language of Instruction ECTS
YDF0003 3/0/0 EL 3
Course Goals
 Educating students according to have a more fluent and a more satisfied vocabulary information in French. Students who finished French 3 course will be comfortable in using simple past tense, past perfect tense, story tense and in making sentences. Arrangements on sentence relative tense will also be made. The students are tried to be educated to be able to write letters on invitation, apology, complaint and description.
Prerequisite(s) French III
Corequisite(s) Course Code Course Name…
Special Requisite(s) The minimum qualifications that are expected from the students who want to attend the course.(Examples: Foreign language level, attendance, known theoretical pre-qualifications, etc.)
Instructor(s) Mehmet Süha Sarıoğlu
Course Assistant(s)
Schedule Thursday / 09.00-10.45 / 1B16 Friday / 11.00-12.45 / 4C0305
Office Hour(s) Instructor name, day, hours, XXX Campus, office number.
Teaching Methods and Techniques -Related course work from the decided book, assignments, related copies, question-answer exercises.
Principle Sources -G.Mauget . Langue et Civilisation Française  Librairie Hachette 

J.Bady, I.Greaves, A Petetin , Exerçons-Nous Grammaire 350 Exercices Niveau İntérmediare Edition Hachette

Brigitte Lecoeur-John Speirs, Contes D'Andersen  Edition Nathan

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Course Schedules
Week Contents Learning Methods
1. Week Necessary reminding exercises about French 2 course. Exercises on all verbs that were taught. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
2. Week Distributing copies of the new vocabularies, using them in sentences on various tenses. Reading and question-answer exercises. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
3. Week Exercises on 3 group verbs in indicative, story-“imparfait” and simple past tense- “passé compose” mixed usage, question-answer practice on reading pieces. Related reading pieces and question-answer and assignment. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
4. Week Introduction of past perfect tense- plus que parfait-. Examples and practicing the related tense in reading pieces, translations. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
5. Week Necessary repetition for midterm exam. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
6. Week Midterm week.
7. Week Exampled explanations from midterm exam questions. Exercises on personal pronouns and indefinite pronoun. Reading and question-answer exercises. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
8. Week Translation exercises on future tense, imperative paste tense, past perfect tense, story tense. Distribution of new copies including new vocabularies and exercises on using these new vocabularies with the new tenses that were taught. Repetition of simple relative pronouns and using them in sentences. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
9. Week New reading piece, question-answer exercises. Second part of relative pronouns: introducing complex relative pronouns, related practices. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
10. Week Introduction to possessive pronouns, related translation practices, distributing new vocabulary papers and translation. Assignment. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
11. Week Past tense sentence making rules about direct and indirect speech, repetition of conditional sentences, reading and question-answer exercises. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
12. Week Distribution of new vocabulary papers, sentence making with related vocabulary, translation exercises, repeating conditional sentences and indirect speech. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
13. Week Reminding exercises on signal adjectives, signal pronouns. Reading piece and question-answer on it. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
14. Week Necessary repetition for the final exam, subject reminding depending on the general wishes. Written examples, Oral presentation, Recitation.
15. Week Cheer up meeting for the final exam-concert(Edith Piaf-Notre Dame, Nana Mouskouri)
16. Week Final
17. Week
Assessments
Evaluation tools Quantity Weight(%)
Midterm(s) 1 30
Quizzes 2 10
Homework / Term Projects / Presentations 2 10
Final Exam 1 50