Courses and Programs

FLC’s Statement for Students
Remote Teaching – Fall 2020

Given the exceptional circumstances imposed by the COVID-19 situation, all Fall 2020 courses offered at the French Language Centre will be delivered remotely.

Teaching principles:

In accordance with University and Faculty of Arts’ guidelines, teaching and learning will consist of both synchronous and asynchronous activities. Synchronous activities will occur on Zoom during regular course hours as scheduled on Minerva. Although session recordings will be posted on myCourses, students are strongly encouraged to attend all synchronous sessions since active participation in synchronous interaction with the instructor and peers, and between peers is essential to effective second language acquisition. Communication with instructors, and online office hours will take place during regular working hours (Montreal time zone). For more information on remote learning, please visit Teaching and Learning Services' Remote Learning Resources.

Required equipment:

Each student enrolled in an FRSL course is required to have access to a computer webcam and headphones equipped with a microphone. Instructors can require students to turn their video ‘on’ for oral exams and presentations. Eligible students may request financial aid from SSAO (see https://www.mcgill.ca/studentaid/faq/covid-19-faq). Note that some interactive activities cannot be accessed on a cellphone.

Academic integrity:

Evaluations in FRSL courses are designed to assess progress and give feedback on students’ proficiency throughout the course, so they will fully benefit from their learning experience. In these times of remote delivery, academic integrity remains of vital importance to any higher education institution with rigorous standards. Admittedly, learning conditions are currently affected by pandemic constraints, which can cause some confusion regarding students’ responsibilities. Students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with McGill policies on plagiarism and to consult with their instructor should they have any doubt regarding what is or is not permitted.

For the latest updates on the Fall semester, please visit the COVID 19 Help and Innformation for Students page.

Our Courses

 

Programme de mineure en français : 18 crédits

Le programme de mineure est offert par le département des littératures de langue française, de traduction et de création (DLTC) mais peut inclure certains cours du CEF.

Plusieurs possibilités :

3 credits FRSL / 15 crédits FREN
6 credits FRSL / 12 crédits FREN
9 credits FRSL / 9 crédits FREN

12 credits FRSL / 6 crédits FREN
15 credits FRSL / 3 crédits FREN

Cours admissibles :

FRSL 321, 325, 332, 333, 407, 408, 431, 445, 446, 449, 455

 

Back to top