MAY TERM IN PARIS
This course will have two components: a three-week academic course on French theater & a three-week home-stay with a French family.
Theater course: Students will spend weekday mornings in class reading & discussing 3-4 plays over the course of the term in preparation for attending productions of these plays while in Paris. Student assignments, in addition to the obvious reading, will include written analyses and oral exposés. Students successfully completing the course will receive a traditional letter grade and 3 semester hours of course credit for French 255.
Home-stay: Students will be placed with families in the Paris area, giving them the opportunity to hone day-to-day language skills in their living environment as well as to experience French culture from the inside. They will keep a journal in French of this experience and have weekly individual meetings with me to discuss life with their French families and evaluate their own Successful completion of the home-stay and its evaluative components will result in credit for Everyday French, French 203 (3 s.h.), on a P/NC basis.
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