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    Amber Hoye, Boise State University

    Mariah Devereux Herbeck, Boise State University

    Brittney Gehrig, Boise State University

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    Publisher: Boise State University

    Language: English

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    Table of Contents

    • Introduction
    • French at Boise State
    • L’alphabet phonétique
    • Useful Expressions
    • How to Type French Accents on Your Computer
    • Acknowledgements and Attribution
    • Français inclusif Curricular Table of Contents
    • Module 13- L'amour et l'argent
    • Première Partie: L'argent, le vocabulaire
    • Première Partie: L'argent, la grammaire
    • Première Partie: L'argent, les exercices
    • Deuxième Partie: Le nid, le vocabulaire
    • Deuxième Partie: Le nid, la grammaire
    • Deuxième Partie: Le nid, les exercices
    • Troisième Partie: L'amour et l'amitié, le vocabulaire
    • Troisième Partie: L'amour et l'amitié, la grammaire
    • Troisième Partie: L'amour et l'amitié, les exercices
    • Module 13: Cultural Reflection
    • Module 13: L'évaluation de la production écrite et orale
    • Module 13: Allez plus loin
    • Module 14- Les voyages et les transports
    • Première partie: Les transports, le vocabulaire
    • Première partie: Les transports, la grammaire
    • Première partie: Les transports, les exercices
    • Deuxième partie: Se déplacer en ville, le vocabulaire
    • Deuxième partie: Se déplacer en ville, la grammaire
    • Deuxième partie: Se déplacer en ville, les exercices
    • Troisième partie: Découvrir le monde, le vocabulaire
    • Troisième partie: Découvrir le monde, la grammaire
    • Troisième partie: Découvrir le monde, les exercices
    • Module 14: Cultural reflection
    • Module 14: L'évaluation de production écrite et orale
    • Module 14: Allez plus loin
    • Module 15- La planète
    • Première partie: La planète qui change, le vocabulaire
    • Première partie: La planète qui change, la grammaire
    • Première partie: La planète qui change, les exercices
    • Deuxième partie: Notre empreinte, le vocabulaire
    • Deuxième partie: Notre empreinte, la grammaire
    • Deuxième partie: Notre empreinte, les exercices
    • Troisième partie : Espoir pour l'avenir, le vocabulaire
    • Troisième partie : Espoir pour l'avenir, la grammaire
    • Troisième partie : Espoir pour l'avenir, les exercices
    • Module 15: Cultural Reflection
    • Module 15: L'évaluation de la production écrite et orale
    • Module 15: Allez plus loin
    • Module 16- L’art et l’expression
    • Première, Partie: Les arts numériques, le vocabulaire
    • Première Partie : Les arts numériques, la grammaire
    • Première partie : Les arts numériques, les exercices
    • Deuxième Partie: arts visuels, le vocabulaire
    • Deuxième partie : arts visuels, la grammaire
    • Deuxième partie : arts visuels, les exercices
    • Troisième Partie: le spectacle, le vocabulaire
    • Troisième partie : le spectacle, la grammaire
    • Troisième partie : le spectacle, les exercices
    • Module 16: Cultural Reflection
    • Module 16 : L'évaluation de la production écrite et orale
    • Module 16 : Allez plus loin

    Ancillary Material

    • Ancillary materials are available by contacting the author or publisher.
    • About the Book

      Français inclusif is an inclusive, four-semester French curriculum that celebrates the diversity of the francophone world and our students' unique perspectives and ways of living. The instructional materials emphasize developing 21st-century skills and preparing students for their future careers. Materials available for each level include a textbook, assessments, instructor slide decks, and cultural reflections. This interactive textbook for French 202 (Level 4) contains four modules, each focused on thematic vocabulary, grammar, and interactive exercises: L'amour et l'argent, Les voyages et les transports, La planète, and L’art et l’expression. Within the textbook, students can study vocabulary using flashcards, review grammar concepts, and test their comprehension via interactive exercises.

      About the Contributors


      Amber Hoye (M.E.T), is the Director of the World Languages Resource Center at Boise State University where she supports faculty implementing educational technology and other innovative practice including OER, supervises an interdisciplinary team of student employees, and teaches a required course for language majors to prepare for attending graduate school or entering the workforce. Her current projects include supervising the creation of ancillary teaching materials in collaboration with university faculty, staff, students, and K-12 teachers, and managing the Pathways Project OER repository.

      Dr. Mariah Devereux Herbeck is a Professor of French and the French Section Head at Boise State University. Since arriving at Boise State University in 2005, she has had the pleasure of teaching over a dozen different courses on film, literature, politics, language and culture. Three classes she has created include a film class on the depiction of social outcasts in contemporary French cinema, a literature class on the representation of the femme fatale in French literature from the 18th-century to today, and a politics course on the French presidential elections. Her research interests are continually influencing her teaching and vice versa. In fact, her “Social Outcasts in French Film” course inspired her to research and write her most recently published article—“Reinterpreting Cinematic Utopia in Coline Serreau’s Chaos (2001)” (The French Review, April 2012).

      Brittney Gehrig is a French Lecturer in the Department of World Languages. She has lived in Boise since 2010 when she came to study at BSU. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English literature and French from Boise State. She has spent time living in France as an English language assistant with the TAPIF program and during several study abroad sessions with USAC. She has taught French and AVID at the Junior High and High School levels in Boise and taught French classes as an adjunct at Boise State from 2017-2020. She has served as treasurer and secretary of the Alliance Française of Boise and as the secretary for the Idaho Association of Teachers of Language and Culture. She received her MA in French with a specialization in Pedagogy and Linguistics from Middlebury College in Vermont in 2022. Brittney will be advising the BSU French club.

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