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FLF614: AP French Literature (2014-2015)

CURRICULUM PROGRAM: Advanced Placement
COURSE TITLE: AP French Literature
CALENDAR YEAR: 2014-2015
GRADE LEVEL: 11-12
CODE: FLF614
TYPE: REG
CREDITS: 1.00
COURSE LENGTH: 36 weeks
SUGGESTED PREPARATION: French III

Major Concepts/Content: The AP French Literature course is designed to introduce students who have advanced language skills to the formal study of a representative body of literary texts in French.

Course Objectives:

  • Gain proficiency in the fundamental language skills that enable them to
  • Read and understand prose and verse of moderate difficulty and mature content;
  • Formulate and express critical opinions and judgments in correct oral and written French;
  • Develop the ability to read and analyze critically and to discuss perceptively representative works of French literature.
The program is not to be construed as a formal survey of literary history but rather as an introduction to representative works of prose, poetry, and drama from different periods. Students should, however, be aware of the cultural context of the works read. They should also acquire the basic concepts and terminology of textual analysis. By learning to identify and interpret the various elements that enter into the composition of a literary text and to perceive their relationships, students acquire a fuller understanding and appreciation of the art and significance of literature.