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French 110 & French 220: Introduction

Welcome to the French Language Resource Guides


Welcome to this guide created especially for you by Ms. Pei, the Research and Instructional Librarian!

Publications via Google Books

Google Book Search

Google Scholar Research

Google Scholar Search

Effective Ways of Doing Information Research

The four key steps are to : Get Organized; Gather Information; Use the Information; and Reflect. To learn more about the details of a research process, please click Research without Pain.

As always, we are happy to help you and show you more if you simple visit the library or email to the library.  We are here to help you!

The Assignment from Ms. Hicks

Through this project, the students will learn how to do an effective 15-minutes presentation in pair regarding one of the following topics:

  • Paleolithic/ Neolithic Man in France
  • French Acadians, Then and Now
  • Modern French Artists (of your choice that focuses on fauvism)
  • Nature, Preservation, or Current Issues (Francophone country of your choice)

Brief Intro to Paleolithic and Neolithic

Map of France

World News on France

World News - Europe presents and distributes news, sports, business and entertainment around Europe.

France Daily

Feeling a little lost in French?

25 vital words and simple expressions to learn before visiting France

French Language from About.Com

A Guide to France

Watch and learn as you find your way around these French dialogues

Do you know that Mrs. Schorr, Andover's retired French Instructor, wrote a book to help your French learning as well:

Tune-up your French : the top ten ways to improve your spoken French