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FREN 875 focuses on the lexical rather than the grammatical aspect of the French language. This course is designed to dramatically increase students' vocabulary level and retention.
This course traces the history of Western theatre from its Greek origins to the beginning of the eighteenth century in England and France, with specific references to the plays in a core anthology, The Harcourt Brace Anthology of Drama.
ENGL 956 is a further study of Canada’s ethnic minority writing in the context of the ongoing discourse between English Canada and Quebec. Among the topics to be examined are the nature of Canada’s national literature, racial questions, the diversity of Canadian culture, nationalism in both English Canada and Quebec, and identity.
FREN 756 further develops the ability to speak and write French, enabling students to use French in social situations and to talk about themselves, their opinions, and their experiences. In addition, the course leads the student through a major review of grammar and develops the student's ability to understand and compose short passages.
ENGL 879 is an introduction to the study of the plays of William Shakespeare and focuses on the histories and tragedies. Critical analysis of the works helps the student to comprehend the plays and to appreciate the achievement of the most important author in the literary tradition of the English- speaking world. The course will help you study the plays as literary texts and as live theatre. To critically analyse the plays we will use a variety of media: the printed texts of the plays, CDs of performances, the study guide with historical and critical commentary and DVD performances of two plays. The seven plays are: Richard II, Henry IV, Part One, Hamlet, King Lear, Antony and Cleopatra, Macbeth, and Othello.
SPAN 855 consists of four integrated components: grammar, vocabulary, culture, and literature. The course reviews and further develops basic language skills acquired in First Year Spanish.
This course is designed for non-native English speaking students (ESL) who need to improve their speaking and listening skills to ensure accuracy and confidence in communications for academic success, improved employability, and for increased ease in social situations. There is a systematic review of the English sound system in addition there is individualized attention to accent reduction. The instructor works with students to help them modify their three of four most serious accent problems. Students also complete a comprehensive series of listening exercises because listening is not only an essential communications skill, but many accent issues are related to listening issues. This course may be recommended for students intending to take ENGL 677 or ENGL 687.
This course is designed for students who need to upgrade and practise their reading skills to improve general comprehension and reading efficiency.