Language (1) (3:3-0)
course deals with the basic foundations of the French language: reading,
grammar, vocabulary, and how to use them in simple sentences. This course is
intensive (6 hours) and intended for beginner students who have not studied
French before, and provides the student with basic knowledge of the French
language in reading and writing, including the study of definite and indefinite
articles, masculine and feminine, singular and plural.
Language (2) (3:3-0)
course aims to develop the language skills acquired by students in the French
Language 1 course In addition to providing the student with language skills and
vocabulary which will assist the student in the construction and comprehension
of simple sentences in French. This course includes the present, past and
future tense. The course also focuses on reading and writing to prepare
students for more specialized courses in the French language.
Skills ( French) (3:3-0)
course aims to develop the student’s verbal skills through audio teaching
methods that provide dialogue and spoken presentations in French. The course
strengthens the student’s verbal capabilities: Understanding dialogue,
understanding vocabulary and taking notes in addition to the student’s
participation in the use of expressions and vocabulary in similar situations.
Writing (1) (3:3-0)
course provides the basics of writing in French, and aims to provide the
student with writing skills in terms of syntax and style. Students are taught
to apply their acquired knowledge in this curriculum by writing personal or
professional letters or reports.
Grammar (1) (3:3-0)
course deals with the basics of French language grammar where the student
studies verbs, tenses, prepositions, conjunctions, comparison and
through this course the student learns how to apply language skills in
Grammar (2) (3:3-0)
student completes at this course level the remaining French grammar topics:
sentence structure, coordination, pronouns, passive verb, and accompanied by
practical applications where the student understands the overall linguistic
system in terms of the relationship between words, sentences and linguistic
and Writing Comprehension Skills (French) (3:3-0)
development of the student's ability to understand written text or dialogue
through the use of teaching aids such as audio or through the use of news media
for the purpose of instruction. This course also introduces the
student to the importance of the role of language in our lives as a means of
communication with others by using the acquired knowledge in practical
to French Phonetics (3:3-0)
course is a general introduction to the phonetics of the French language. The
course covers both theory and practice. The student learns
pronunciation and the characteristics of all sounds in the French language, in
addition to phonetic transcription. The course focuses on the proper
pronunciation through practical exercises in the language lab.
to French Linguistics (3:3-0)
to the elements of French language, its functions and characteristics as well
as modern linguistic theories. The course also includes addressing the various
types of linguistics: sociolinguistics, psychoanalysis, comparative ... etc.
in French Pronunciation (3:3-0)
course aims to train students in the labon pronunciation as well as to correct
common errors in pronunciation through the means of audio-visual teaching
to French Literary Texts (3:3-0)
French literature through the study of selected literary texts. The student
learns about the theories of literary analysis and practices by applying them
through the various texts.
of French Literature (3:3-0)
course aims to review the history of French literature since the Middle Ages to
the present day in a addition to introducing
the student to the most important literary currents and to the main
figures of French literature throughout the ages. The course also focuses on
the main aspects of intellectual, literary and social life.
(1): French/Arabic (3:3-0)
course deals with the primary concepts of translation. It aims to acquaint
students with the various theories of translation, and trains the student to
translate simple texts from French to Arabic.
(2): Arabic/French (3:3-0)
course focuses on the language skills needed for translation and their
application through the translation of selected texts from Arabic to French and
focusing on the text content. Introduction to translation difficulties and how
to overcome them.
French Literature (3:3-0)
course provides the basic principles in comparative literature. In this course
the student studies French literary works from a variety of writers around the
world. The student compares these works in terms of content, format, style
in French Literature (3:3-0)
student is introduced to a variety of literary genres such as: novel, drama,
poetry and short story through the study of selected French literary texts. The
course requires the student to participate in dialogue through the preparation
of a report on a literary subject for the purpose of discussion and exchange of
the student to the facets of French civilization and culture, as well asto the
similarities and differences between the French and Arab society. The course
includes a brief history of the peoples and tribes that had successively
migrated to France
throughout history and their impact on the people of France today. The course also
touches upon the social systems, economic and political situation in France
today, in addition to the daily life and its reflection of the aspects of
course aims to introduce students to the special terms and vocabulary used in
the field of tourism through dialogue and specialized texts devoted to this
subject. Students are trained on dialogue through real life situations.
for International Business (3:3-0)
are introduced to terminology specific to this field through oral and written
texts. The study materials focus on writing reports, and on business and electronic
correspondence. The curriculum requires practical application of skills learned
in a selected company.
French as a Foreign Language (3:3-0)
student will be introduced to the methods of teaching the French language. The
course deals with the development of curricula over the past decades where
audio visual teaching aids were used with today's use of electronic teaching
methods. Reviews some of the curricula and objectively discusses their compatibility
with today’s requirements. The applied practical side of the course deals with
the study and analysis of curricula used in schools in Jordan, and the student
learns how to prepare exams to measure various student skills (such as reading,
writing, speaking and listening). Student will also visit a school and will
apply in practice the acquired knowledge in this course.