* A conversational approach to French language and culture, with special attention paid to the French experience of living in the United States;
* A review of all the major aspects of French literature, language, art, cinema, music, and dance;
* A traditional grammar (including a detailed grammar chapter) and topics from other textbooks;
* A review of language and cultural history, including a review of modern history;
* An appendix of useful vocabulary, including a list of film titles and song lyrics;
* A pocket-sized workbook for a total of twenty-four lessons, with a list of key vocabulary in the back of each lesson;
* A vocabulary list at the end of the workbook with the vocabulary reviewed in each lesson;
* A glossary of French and English terms; and
* A bibliography of resources for those who want to learn more.
Gretchen Angelo is a former high school French teacher (and that sentence probably does not make sense to you, but the gist of it is that she used to be a French teacher) and a university English instructor. She is passionate about the idea of naturalistic instruction, and is very particular about the choice and production of materials, which she has found to be the best way to teach French. She is also a remarkable illustrator, and her drawings in Libert are a beautiful testament to the power of a strong narrative voice.
Here are some immediate advantages to choosing Libert:
Your students will receive a text that is designed to help them succeed in the classroom. In fact, they will perform better on their language courses, as they will be able to study more focused.
The quality of the French in the text is exceptional. The level of vocabulary is high and challenging, and the grammar is correct.
Libert is available in multiple formats, including a dictionary, grammar, and vocabulary for either print or the web.
The textbook may be downloaded for free in accordance with the license, or printed copies can be ordered. Please contact me for information on printed copies or requests for audio.
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