Pierre Capretz’s proven language-immersion method is presented within a An introduction to French in Action: its creation, its components, and its functioning. During the s, Pierre Capretz, a Yale professor, developed French in Action, a French immersion program that featured textbooks. Since it was first published, French in Action: A Beginning Course in Language and Culture—The Capretz Method has been widely recognized in the field as a.
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Describing Others I Describing others; talking about games; expressing agreement and disagreement; talking about time; talking about the weather.
And just having the transcripts are not enough. Capretz, a French native who has taught at Yale sincesaid [he] “wouldn’t change any of it. As a pioneer in multimedia learning, Capretz was also the preservationist of a acpretz older pedagogical tradition, one that works remarkably well whether the language in question is alive or convalescing.
Entertainment V Talking about entertainment; calming others down; expressing restriction; expressing reservations; expressing doubt; expressing enthusiasm. Getting and Spending II Talking about money; buying and selling; announcing good and bad news; expressing indifference; talking about good and bad luck; expressing preference.
InYale University hosted a 25th anniversary reunion in celebration of the programme’s success. Getting and Spending IV Talking about money; buying and selling; announcing good and bad news; expressing indifference; talking about good and bad luck; expressing preference.
It helps tremendously in training the ear. You MUST obtain the audio which, together with the textbook and 2 workbooks, Part I and Part II, breaks down the language very efficiently and teaches you all the constructions and grammar etc.
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Capretz worked on an oral method, which was never published, in which they had kept the names of these two characters. Until World War I, in the fancier schools, Latin was taught as something spoken and speakable, best accessed especially in the realm of poetry via tongue and ear. February 6, at 8: A couple of episodes generated a little controversywe should note.
At least it would give us an idea of the action. In response, the French department at Yale determined that the course would be changed by developing supplementary materials to be used in the course. Numbers ; avoir; avoir in expressions of age; ne Encounters I Starting a conversation; talking about seasons and time of day; exclamations; talking about studies; referring to lack and abundance; expressing approval and disapproval; reacting to compliments; expressing politeness.
January 8, at If you want to download VoD videos from Learner.
French in Action 01
I still have my textbook that went along with the series. How do i get your email? Entertainment IV Talking about entertainment; calming others down; expressing restriction; expressing reservations; expressing doubt; expressing enthusiasm.
Follow him on Twitter: Getting and Spending III Talking about money; buying and ij announcing good and bad news; expressing indifference; talking about good and bad luck; expressing preference. Each video is actually the introduction to that lesson.
The real learning comes when you follow the audio course. August 30, at 1: It was so scandalous to my high school self that Mireille would go braless! Retrieved from ” https: Poetry Free Audio Books: Frencb is able to go back and replay as many times as necessary so that the student can start speaking in phrases rather than words. Teaching Foreign Languages K The French in Action Reunion.
May 28, at 7: You can watch French in Action for free online at the Annenberg Learner website.
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Geography and Tourism V Talking about countries and regions; exaggerating; confirming; insisting; expressing perplexity. September 11, at 3: This series uses active participation to increase fluency in French, while introducing French culture.
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