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En avant! Beginning French: 2024 Release
En avant! Beginning French: 2024 Release

En avant! Beginning French: 2024 Release

ISBN10: 1260941663 | ISBN13: 9781260941661
By Bruce Anderson and Annabelle Dolidon

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Students learn best when they are connecting with the language as it is used in real-world settings, with each other as a community, and with authentic culture.  En avant! sparks the curiosity that builds these connections as students advance toward communicative and cultural competence in the introductory classroom. 


The En avant! program is built around the following distinctive principles:
Authenticity in presentation of the language and its speakers increases student motivation to learn the language.
A focused approach with systematic review and recycling helps students master a manageable corpus of content.
Instructors need flexibility to support different course schedules as well as in-person, hybrid, or fully-online instruction.
(Inter)active learning draws students into the language acquisition process.
(Inter)cultural competence—the seamless integration of culture and language—has always been a hallmark of the En avant! program






Chapitre 1 Pour commencer
Chapitre 2 Comment sont-elles?
Chapitre 3 Qu’est-ce que tu aimes faire?
Chapitre 4 En famille
Chapitre 5 Bon appétit!
Chapitre 6 On est à la mode!
Chapitre 7 Le week-end dernier
Chapitre 8 L’image de soi
Chapitre 9 Chez nous
Chapitre 10 Ça se fête!
Chapitre 11 Trouver son chemin
Chapitre 12 En ville
Chapitre 13 Bonnes vacances!
Chapitre 14 Ici, on parle français!
Chapitre 15 Engagez-vous!
Chapitre 16 Une célébration des art

About the Author

Bruce Anderson

Bruce Anderson is a Lecturer in French at The Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) where he teaches undergraduate courses on French language and culture. From 2002-2010 he served as the coordinator for beginning- and intermediate-level French courses at the University of California, Davis, where he additionally trained new graduate student instructors in foreign language pedagogy. He holds a Ph.D. in French Linguistics from Indiana University, Bloomington. His research on the acquisition of French as a second language has been published in Applied Linguistics, Second Language Research, and Studies in Second Language Acquisition, among other venues.

Annabelle Dolidon

Annabelle Dolidon, originally from Franche-Comté in France, is an Associate Professor of French at Portland State University (Oregon), where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on language, literature, and cinema. She has coordinated the first-year French program there and trained graduate teaching assistants. Her research focuses on both language teaching and literature. She is the co-author of a third-year conversation textbook for the French classroom, Tu sais quoi?! (Yale University Press, 2012) and has published academic articles about contemporary French novels and films, notably in the Australian Journal of French Studies (2012) and in The French Review (2013 and 2015).

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