French

Language Studies Department - French

Take French 101 online winter term! Learn to communicate in everyday situations and express basic needs in French from the convenience of your home or office. Access your textbook, video, practice exercises, quizzes, and writing assignments, as well as communicating with your classmates and instructor in a fully online format. French 101 is the first course in a three course sequence. Completion of FR 101 and 102 fulfills the language requirement for transfer to a four-year college. One term of French fulfills the language prerequisite for Lane’s summer study abroad program in France! Contact Karin Almquist for more information at almquistk@lanecc.edu

French Club Calendar:

Parlez-vous français ?
Join us in Cen 451 on alternating Tuesdays from 1:30pm- 3:00pm for conversation, games, films, and guest speakers from French-speaking countries.

Tuesday, November 19-Tuesday, May 5th, 2020

Take French 101 online winter term!

Learn to communicate in everyday situations and express basic needs in French from the convenience of your home or office. Access your textbook, video, practice exercises, quizzes, and writing assignments, as well as communicating with your classmates and instructor in a fully online format. French 101 is the first course in a three course sequence. Completion of FR 101 and 102 fulfills the language requirement for transfer to a four-year college. One term of French fulfills the language prerequisite for Lane’s summer study abroad program in France! View the Take French online winter term flyer.

French Program at LCC

The French Program at LCC offers two years of instruction in French, from the beginning sequence (FR 101-103) through the intermediate sequence (FR 201-203). It is designed to build students' communication skills and confidence in speaking this sonorous language that is used internationally in over 50 countries. Students at Lane study French in diverse cultural contexts, using a proficiency-based model of learning that promotes intercultural competence. During spring term every other year, we invite students to participate in an on-campus weekend immersion experience (FR 211/212). Alternating years, students can study abroad in France during our four-week Summer in France program (FR 188/288).

LLC French Slideshow