Islam and the Arts of the Ottoman Empire
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Islam and the Arts of the Ottoman Empire

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  • fiche de synthèse - matière potentielle : the beliefs of islam
  • expression écrite
  • cours magistral - matière potentielle : others
Islam and the Arts of the Ottoman Empire Education Department
  • use of various spices for foods
  • mosque by a wall
  • part of the complex
  • reference to the woolen clothing worn by early sufi mystics
  • great islamic
  • islamic world
  • islam

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Nombre de lectures 9
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AP French Literature Readiness Profile & Course ExpectationsPrerequisite:Normally Completion of French IV with a grade of “C” or higher. completion of AP French Language is required Course General Description: This course prepares students to take the AP Literature Exam.The program is intended to develop proficiency in analyzing and interpreting literary texts in French.This course places an emphasis on reading literature, vocabulary and thematic, poetry and text analysis. Italso emphasizes the composition of French essays on a variety of literary topics requiring critical thinking, comparisons and contrasts. Student Background: Students enteringAP FRENCH LITERATUREshould have a command of the following concepts: All grammar presented in French III and AP Language A rich French vocabulary Strong ability in reading comprehension of literary excerpts in French and ability to analyze literary texts. Examples:Questions students should be able to answer when enteringAP FRENCH LITERATURE: 1. Estce que c’est ton cahier?Non, ce2. (qui/que/dont) Voilà la fille ___ est dans n’est pas le ___, c’est ___ de ma sœur.ma classe de maths. 3. Si nous avions le temps, nous (aller) au4. Read and analyze a literary text in cinéma avec vous.French. Course Content:InAP FRENCH LITERATURE, students will study:A sampling of works from 5 centuries of French literature, from the 1500s through today.Texts chosen by the College Board include poetry, novels and plays from various literary schools and the syllabus changes every two years according to changes dictated by the College Board. Authors include Voltaire, Baudelaire, Molière, Maupassant, but are not limited to French authors.Works from Canada and Africa are also included. Advanced vocabulary to prepare students for readings, class discussion and
writing assignments. InAP FRENCH LITERATURE, students will engage in the following:Critical analysis of literary texts Keep a reading log Actively participate in class discussions Conduct sociocultural research on Francophone authors Workload Expectations: Students will be expected to spend an average of approximately11.5 hoursoutside of class on homework for each class period, preferably done in shorter daily sessions. AP French LiteratureStudents can expect tomaintains a demanding pace. receive college credit either by success on the AP Exam or by the ability to place into intermediate college French courses.Each semester will have approximately 4 testsandseveral quizzes. Examples:Questions students should be able to answer upon completion ofAP FRENCH LITERATURE:1. Estce que c’est ton cahier?Non, ce2. (qui/que/dont) Voilà le livre ___ tu m’as n’est pas le ___, c’est ___ de ma sœur.parlé. 3. Essay topics require critical or analytical4. Comment in French about an authors thought and a knowledge of literary textsintent when writing a passage, the themes covered during the course.of major works, etc. See www.collegeboard.org for the course description AP French Literature. Other indicators of potential success inAP FRENCH LITERATUREinclude: Critical thinking skills and maturity of thought and attitude. Ability to express oneself in French at an advanced level. Selfdiscipline and maturity.The ability to work independently. A genuine commitment to developing one’s proficiency in French. Assessment: The following will assess student achievement: Exams and Quizzes 50% Projects and Writing Assignments 20 % Homework 15%
Class and Oral Participation 15% Grading Scale: 10098%A+ 8988%B+ 9793% A8783% B 9290% A8280% B
7978% C+ 7773% C 7270% C
6968% D+ 6763% D 6260% D 59% or lower
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