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  1. À la recherche d'un emploi: Business French in a Communicative Context (Edition 1.1)

    Amy L. Hubbell

    À la recherche d'un emploi: Business French in a Communicative Context (Edition 1.1)

    À la recherche d’un emploi: Business French in a Communicative Context is designed to develop students' vocabulary and cultural knowledge in preparation for working in an international environment. Exceeding the need to learn business structures and practices, most students need business communication skills, including advanced cultural competency. To meet these needs, À la recherche d’un emploi uses authentic materials from Québec and France. Communicative exercises are reality based and task oriented, encouraging a student-centered classroom. The numerous activities in the text elicit natural language use, facilitate vocabulary acquisition, and provide students ample opportunities to create relevant and personalized documents in French. In addition to completing viewing activities from feature-length films and online resources, students examine their personal goals and assess their strengths and weaknesses as they develop a job portfolio. À la recherche d’un emploi promotes learning valuable crossover skills that develop students' French-language aptitude, while also preparing them for the job market in their own country. Edition 1.1 includes a number of corrections as well as updates reflecting changes in French business culture.

     An electronic (PDF only) instructor's resource manual is available to qualified instructors who have adopted A la recherche d'un emploi, Edition 1.1 for their course. Click here to request a copy.

  2. À Table ! (Second Edition)

    Becky A. Brown

    À Table ! (Second Edition)

    Intended for intermediate or advanced students of French, À Table ! The Food Culture of France is a content-based cultural text centered around the cuisine of France and various French-speaking cultures. Organized like a French menu, each chapter includes prose, poetry, film references, and recipes, together with vocabulary, grammar points, and exercises. This second edition of À Table ! features a redesigned full-color interior to reflect the richness and color of French food culture and history. The author has also added questions for reading comprehension and has expanded and rearranged select readings to give the text a more coherent organization. A chronological arrangement of chapters, along with a variety of food-related sources, encourages a comprehensive yet flexible approach to learning French language and its cultural contexts. Course instructors: A PDF-only instructor's manual is available to qualified instructors who have adopted À Table ! (Second Edition) as a required course text. The PDF instructor's manual may be requested here by completing the instructor materials request form.

  3. Apprentissage du cinéma français

    Alan J. Singerman

    Apprentissage du cinéma français

    Apprentissage du cinema francais is an introduction to French cinema, in French, for American college students. This text includes the history of the origins of French film, an explanation of how to analyze a film, a lexicon of French cinema terms, and an analysis of 17 major masterpieces of French filmmaking. A parallel English version of this text, French Cinema: The Student's Book, is also available, so the same course can be taught to students of French culture as well as students of French language.

  4. Candide ou l'Optimisme

    Voltaire
    Edited by Myrna Rochester and Eileen Angelini

    Candide ou l'Optimisme

    This Focus student edition of Candide has been designed to help students approach the original French text through an introductory essay, vocabulary and cultural notes, activities and study questions. All material is in French, and complete in one volume.

  5. Ciné-Module 1: Jean De Florette

    Anne-Christine Rice

    Ciné-Module 1: Jean De Florette

    Ciné-Module 1 focuses on the film Jean De Florette, and includes vocabulary, structured exercises (scene study, vocabulary, topics for discussion, essay topics) and an accompanying reading for discussing and understanding the film in a broad cultural context. The Ciné-Module series is intended for intermediate level college and advanced level high school students. Course Instructors: A print instructor’s manual for this title, Ciné-Module 1: Jean De Florette, Cahier du Professeur (978-1-58510-133-7), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  6. Ciné-Module 1: Jean De Florette, Cahier du Professeur

    Anne-Christine Rice

    Ciné-Module 1: Jean De Florette, Cahier du Professeur

    The instructor's manual to accompany Cine-Module 1: Jean de FloretteCiné-Module 1 focuses on the film Jean De Florette, and includes vocabulary, structured exercises (scene study, vocabulary, topics for discussion, essay topics) and an accompanying reading for discussing and understanding the film in a broad cultural context. The Ciné-Module series is intended for intermediate level college and advanced level high school students. The student edition, Cine-Module 1: Jean de Florette (978-1-58510-109-2), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  7. Ciné-Module 2: Manon des Sources

    Anne-Christine Rice

    Ciné-Module 2: Manon des Sources

    Ciné-Module 2 focuses on the 1986 film Manon des sources, and includes vocabulary, structured exercises (scene study, vocabulary, topics for discussion, essay topics) and an accompanying reading for discussing and understanding the film in a broad cultural context. The Ciné-Module series is intended for intermediate level college and advanced level high school students. Course Instructors: A print instructor’s manual for this title, Ciné-Module 2: Manon des Sources, Cahier du Professeur (978-1-58510-136-8), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  8. Ciné-Module 2: Manon des Sources, Cahier du Professeur

    Anne-Christine Rice

    Ciné-Module 2: Manon des Sources, Cahier du Professeur

    The instructor's manual to accompany Ciné-Module 2: Manon des SourcesCiné-Module 2 focuses on the 1986 film Manon des sources, and includes vocabulary, structured exercises (scene study, vocabulary, topics for discussion, essay topics) and an accompanying reading for discussing and understanding the film in a broad cultural context. The Ciné-Module series is intended for intermediate level college and advanced level high school students. The student edition, Ciné-Module 2: Manon des Sources (978-1-58510-109-2), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  9. Ciné-Module 3: Cyrano de Bergerac

    Anne-Christine Rice

    Ciné-Module 3: Cyrano de Bergerac

    Ciné-Module 3 focuses on the film Cyrano de Bergerac, and includes vocabulary, structured exercises (scene study, vocabulary, topics for discussion, essay topics) and an accompanying reading for discussing and understanding the film in a broad cultural context. The Ciné-Module series is intended for intermediate level college and advanced level high school students. Course Instructors: A print instructor’s manual for this title, Ciné-Module 3: Cyrano de Bergerac, Cahier du Professeur (978-1-58510-137-5), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  10. Ciné-Module 3: Cyrano de Bergerac, Cahier du Professeur

    Anne-Christine Rice

    Ciné-Module 3: Cyrano de Bergerac, Cahier du Professeur

    The instructor's manual to accompany Ciné-Module 3: Cyrano de BergeracCiné-Module 3 focuses on the film Cyrano de Bergerac, and includes vocabulary, structured exercises (scene study, vocabulary, topics for discussion, essay topics) and an accompanying reading for discussing and understanding the film in a broad cultural context. The Ciné-Module series is intended for intermediate level college and advanced level high school students. The student edition, Ciné-Module 3: Cyrano de Bergerac (978-1-58510-110-8), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  11. Cinema for French Conversation (Fourth Edition)

    Anne-Christine Rice

    Cinema for French Conversation (Fourth Edition)

    Cinema for French Conversation, Fourth Edition is an exciting book for incorporating French cinema and culture into a French language course. Each chapter is devoted to a single movie and includes tools for students watching the film, discussing and writing about the film, and understanding the film in a broader cultural context. This best-selling textbook continues to define language learning through film. An electronic (PDF only) instructor's manual for Cinema for French Conversation, Fourth Edition is available to qualified course instructors who have adopted the text for their course. To request a copy, click here.

  12. Cinéphile: Etre et Avoir

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: Etre et Avoir

    Cinéphile, Etude de films en français élémentaire is a series of workbooks specifically developed for French language students. The series facilitates the integration of films in language courses while reinforcing basic vocabulary and grammar structures. By targeting the four communicative goals; listening, speaking, reading and writing, it serves as an excellent tool for language learners. Course Instructors: A print instructor’s manual for this title, Cinéphile: Etre et Avoir, Manuel du Professeur (978-1-58510-152-8), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  13. Cinéphile: Etre et Avoir, Manuel du Professeur

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: Etre et Avoir, Manuel du Professeur

    The Cinéphile: Etre et Avoir teacher’s manual includes an answer key, sample test, and suggestions for additional activities. The student edition for this title, Cinéphile: Etre et avoir (978-1-58510-151-1), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  14. Cinéphile: Intermediate French Language and Culture through Film (Second Edition)

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: Intermediate French Language and Culture through Film (Second Edition)

    Cinéphile: Intermediate French Language and Culture through Film, Second Edition, is a textbook for the second year college level course as taught in most colleges and universities, taught immediately following a complete first year. The text facilitates a review of linguistic concepts in the context of the whole language as well as expands vocabulary skills and skills in listening, speaking, writing and reading French. The use of film is fully integrated into the course, providing content as well as high interest motivation to the student and experience in a variety of real linguistic contexts.

  15. Cinéphile: Intermediate French Language and Culture through Film Workbook (Second Edition)

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: Intermediate French Language and Culture through Film Workbook (Second Edition)

    The Cinéphile workbook has several pre-viewing activities aimed at allowing students to further explore vocabulary and cultural components of the film. The post-viewing section of the workbook models the textbook and contains general comprehension activities, vocabulary exercises, grammar exercises, translation activities and the study of a photo. A games section provides diverse activities based on structures and concepts presented in the film and the chapter. A culture section provides further opportunity to discuss cultural aspects raised in each chapter and film. Additionally and new to this edition each chapter includes a readings section (lecture) with associated questions. Finally, each chapter of the workbook concludes with a composition designed for continuing practice of all structures in an open-ended context.

  16. Cinéphile: L'Auberge espagnole

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: L'Auberge espagnole

    Cinéphile, Etude de films en français élémentaire is a series of workbooks specifically developed for French language students. The series facilitates the integration of films in language courses while reinforcing basic vocabulary and grammar structures. By targeting the four communicative goals; listening, speaking, reading and writing, it serves as an excellent tool for language learners. Course Instructors: A print instructor’s manual for this title, Cinéphile: L'Auberge Espagnole, Manuel du professeur (978-1-58510-211-2), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  17. Cinéphile: L'Auberge espagnole, Manuel du Professeur

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: L'Auberge espagnole, Manuel du Professeur

    The Cinéphile: L'Auberge Espagnole teacher’s manual includes an answer key, sample test, and suggestions for additional activities. The student edition for this title, Cinéphile: L'Auberge Espagnole (978-1-58510-210-5), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  18. Cinéphile: Le Papillon

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: Le Papillon

    Cinéphile, Etude de films en français élémentaire is a series of workbooks specifically developed for French language students. The series facilitates the integration of films in language courses while reinforcing basic vocabulary and grammar structures. By targeting the four communicative goals; listening, speaking, reading and writing, it serves as an excellent tool for language learners. Course Instructors: A print instructor’s manual for this title Cinéphile: Le Papillon, Manuel du professeur (978-1-58510-209-9), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  19. Cinéphile: Le Papillon, Manuel du professeur

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: Le Papillon, Manuel du professeur

    The Cinéphile: Le Papillon teacher’s manual includes an answer key, sample test, and suggestions for additional activities. The student edition for this title, Cinéphile: Le Papillon (978-1-58510-208-2), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  20. Cinéphile: Les Triplettes de Belleville

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: Les Triplettes de Belleville

    Cinéphile, Etude de films en français élémentaire is a series of workbooks specifically developed for French language students. The series facilitates the integration of films in language courses while reinforcing basic vocabulary and grammar structures. By targeting the four communicative goals; listening, speaking, reading and writing, it serves as an excellent tool for language learners. Course Instructors: A print instructor’s manual for this title, Cinéphile: Les Triplettes de Belleville, Manuel du professeur (978-1-58510-207-5), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  21. Cinéphile: Les Triplettes de Belleville, Manuel du professeur

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: Les Triplettes de Belleville, Manuel du professeur

    The Cinéphile: Les Triplettes de Belleville teacher’s manual includes an answer key, sample test, and suggestions for additional activities. The student edition for this title, Cinéphile: Les Triplettes de Belleville (978-1-58510-206-8), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  22. Cinéphile: Les Visiteurs

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: Les Visiteurs

    Cinéphile, Etude de films en français élémentaire is a series of workbooks specifically developed for French language students. The series facilitates the integration of films in language courses while reinforcing basic vocabulary and grammar structures. By targeting the four communicative goals; listening, speaking, reading and writing, it serves as an excellent tool for language learners. Course Instructors: A print instructor’s manual for this title, Cinéphile: Les Visiteurs, Manuel du professeur (978-1-58510-129-0), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  23. Cinéphile: Les Visiteurs, Manuel du professeur

    Kerri Conditto

    Cinéphile: Les Visiteurs, Manuel du professeur

    The Cinéphile: Les Visiteurs teacher’s manual includes an answer key, sample test, and suggestions for additional activities. The student edition for this title, Cinéphile: Les Visiteurs (978-1-58510-129-0), is also available for purchase on the Hackett website.

  24. Francophone Cultures through Film

    Nabil Boudraa and Cecile Accilien

    Francophone Cultures through Film

    An engaging, content-based book for incorporating Francophone cinema and culture into advanced French Language courses or Francophone Studies courses. Each chapter of the book is devoted to a single feature film and includes aids for students watching the film, discussing and writing about the film, and understanding the film within the cultural context. The films come from all regions of the Francophone world, from Vietnam to Algeria to Haiti, and are organized chronologically from the colonial experience to today. Course instructors: An electronic (PDF) instructor's manual for Francophone Cultures is available to qualified instructors who have adopted the text for their course, click here to request a copy.

  25. French Cinema: The Student's Book

    Alan J. Singerman

    French Cinema: The Student's Book

    French Cinema: A Student's Book is an introduction to French cinema, in English. This text includes the history of the origins of French film, an explanation of how to analyze a film, a lexicon of French cinema terms, and an analysis of 17 major masterpieces of French filmmaking. A parallel French version of this text, Apprentissage du cinema francais, is also available, so the same course can be taught to students of French culture as well as students of French language.

  26. Joyeux Noel, Christian Carion, 2005 DVD

    Directed by Christian Carion

    Joyeux Noel, Christian Carion, 2005 DVD

    Academy Award®, Golden Globe® and BAFTA nominee for Best Foreign Film, JOYEUX NOEL (MERRY CHRISTMAS) tells the true-life story of the spontaneous Christmas Eve truce declared by Scottish, French and German troops in the trenches of World War I. Enemies leave their weapons behind for one night as they band together in brotherhood and forget about the brutalities of war. Diane Krüger (Troy), Daniel Brühl (Good Bye, Lenin!) and Benno Fürmann (The Princess and the Warrior) head a first-rate international cast in a truly powerful, must-see film. Location in Cinema for French Conversation, 4th EditionChapter 5. Location in Cinema for German ConversationChapter 1.

  27. L'École des femmes

    Molière
    Edited by Myrna Bell Rochester and Eileen M. Angelini

    L'École des femmes

    Molière's 1662 comedy L'École des femmes is considered by critics to be among his finest work. The story of a man who is so obsessed by feminine unfaithfulness that he plans to marry his young, naïve ward, whom he has groomed to be the perfect wife, is a classic example of Moliere's bold comedic style. This edition features the French text of Molière's play with vocabulary and notes suitable for students studying for the AP exam in French Literature.

  28. L'enfant noir

    Camara Laye
    Edited by Myrna Rochester and Natalie Schorr

    L'enfant noir

    The Focus Student Editions are designed for French language courses in literature and culture. Prepared with non-native French speakers in mind, these editions include an introduction (in French), the complete work, and linguistic and cultural notes in French, a current bibliography and study questions. A masterwork of modern francophone African literature, L’enfant noir has the artistry of a novel and the authenticity of an autobiography. This prizewinning 1954 tale describes the narrator’s journey from childhood in Kouroussa, in northwestern Guinea, to France, and the conflict of sacred traditions with the ways of the modern world.

  29. La France contemporaine à travers ses films

    Anne-Christine Rice

    La France contemporaine à travers ses films

    "Rice's La France contemporaine à travers ses films successfully fosters a dynamic learning of French language and culture through the study of French cinema. It should appeal to a broad range of learners and avid cinphiles, while providing interesting glimpses into some of Frances most complex and hotly debated cultural issues of today."
         —Cheira Belquellaoui, DePauw University, in French Review

  30. Le Cid

    Pierre Corneille
    Edited by Myrna Rochester and Eileen Angelini

    Le Cid

    Corneille's Le Cid, the powerful, classic, seventeenth-century tragicomedy, has been designed in this edition to help English-speaking students approach the original French, with an introductory essay, language and culture notes, and study questions, all in one convenient volume.

  31. Le Cinéma français contemporain

    Alan J. Singerman and Michèle Bissière

    Le Cinéma français contemporain

    "From Le Dernier Métro to Intouchables, Bissière and Singerman cover the latest trends of French cinema, emphasizing context and analytical method as Singerman did in Apprentissage au cinéma français (Focus 2004). The authors offer a selection of films most French cinephiles will applaud, and they incorporate insights from some of best critical work on French cinema. Students of French film will also find all the bibliographical pointers they need to dig deeper, and instructors will appreciate the pedagogical components included in the chapters."
     —Jonathan Walsh, Department of French Studies, Wheaton College, Massachusetts

     (download a PDF of the TOC listing all of the films

  32. Les Femmes du 6e étage, Phillippe Le Guay, 2010 (The Women on the 6th Floor) DVD

    Directed by Philippe Le Guay

    Les Femmes du 6e étage, Phillippe Le Guay, 2010 (The Women on the 6th Floor) DVD

    Paris, 1960. Jean-Louis (Fabrice Luchini, Potiche, The Girl From Monaco) lives a bourgeois existence with his neurotic socialite wife Suzanne (Sandrine Kiberlain, Mademoiselle Chambon) while their children are away at boarding school. The couple’s world is turned upside-down when they hire María, a Spanish maid who introduces Jean-Louis to an alternative reality a few stories up on the sixth floor servants' quarters. Befriending a group of sassy Spanish maids (including Pedro Almódovar’s star Carmen Maura, Volver, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown), the women teach him there’s more to life than stocks and bonds, and their influence on the house ultimately transforms everyone’s life. (StrandReleasing.com). Location in Cinema for French Conversation, 4th Edition: Chapter 10.

  33. Molière, DVD

    Directed by Laurent Tirard

    Molière, DVD

    Bubbling with wit, stellar performances and lavish cinematography, MOLIÈRE stars multi-Cesar®-nominated French actor Romain Duris as Molière, a down-and-out actor-cum-playwright up to his ears in debt. When the wealthy Jourdain (Cesar®-winner Fabrice Luchini) offers to cover that debt (so that Molière's theatrical talents might help Jourdain win the heart of a certain widowed marquise), hilarity ensues. Disguised as a priest, Molière becomes a guest in Jourdain's palace on the pretext of teaching Jourdain the craft of the stage, which annoys his wife, Elmire. But, soon after, the confrontation between Elmire and Molière turns seductive. Too busy to notice, Jourdain enlists the aid of a well connected and scheming acquaintance, to help him pursue the young widow. Romantic yearning, human foibles and laughs galore all characterize MOLIÈRE, a delightful film that slyly captures your heart. (SonyPictures.com). Location in Cinema for French Conversation, 4th Edition: Chapter 16.

  34. Pierre et Jean

    Guy de Maupassant
    Edited by Myrna Rochester and Eileen Angelini

    Pierre et Jean

    A masterful example of the psychological novel in French literature, this edition has been designed to help the English-speaking student approach the original French through the use of a thorough and informative introduction, ample and informative notes and study questions, all of which are contained in one convenient volume. Pierre et Jean is a naturalist work written by Guy de Maupassant in 1887. It tells the story of a middle-class French family whose lives are changed when a deceased family friend, leaves his inheritance to Jean. This provokes Pierre to doubt the fidelity of his mother and the legitimacy of his brother. The Focus Student Editions are appropriate as introductory texts for French language courses in literature and culture. 

  35. Survey of French Literature, Volume I: The Middle Ages and 16th Century (Third Edition)

    Morris Bishop and Kenneth Rivers

    Survey of French Literature, Volume I: The Middle Ages and 16th Century (Third Edition)

    A new edition of a classic anthology, published in five convenient and inexpensive volumes, updated for the modern student. Selections in French, with introductory material and notes in English. Includes time lines, introductions to each period and its culture, and short biographies of the authors.

  36. Survey of French Literature, Volume II: The 17th Century (Third Edition)

    Morris Bishop and Kenneth Rivers

    Survey of French Literature, Volume II: The 17th Century (Third Edition)

    A new edition of a classic anthology, published in five convenient and inexpensive volumes, updated for the modern student. Selections in French, with introductory material and notes in English. Includes time lines, introductions to each period and its culture, and short biographies of the authors.

  37. Survey of French Literature, Volume III: The 18th Century (Third Edition)

    Morris Bishop and Kenneth Rivers

    Survey of French Literature, Volume III: The 18th Century (Third Edition)

    A new edition of a classic anthology, published in five convenient and inexpensive volumes, updated for the modern student. Selections in French, with introductory material and notes in English. Includes time lines, introductions to each period and its culture, and short biographies of the authors.

  38. Survey of French Literature, Volume IV: The 19th Century (Third Edition)

    Morris Bishop and Kenneth Rivers

    Survey of French Literature, Volume IV: The 19th Century (Third Edition)

    A new edition of a classic anthology, published in five convenient and inexpensive volumes, updated for the modern student. Selections in French, with introductory material and notes in English. Includes time lines, introductions to each period and its culture, and short biographies of the authors.

  39. Survey of French Literature, Volume V: The 20th Century (Third Edition)

    Morris Bishop and Kenneth Rivers

    Survey of French Literature, Volume V: The 20th Century (Third Edition)

    A new edition of a classic anthology, published in five convenient and inexpensive volumes, updated for the modern student. Selections in French, with introductory material and notes in English. Includes time lines, introductions to each period and its culture, and short biographies of the authors.

  40. Welcome, Phillipe Lioret, 2009 DVD

    Directed by Philippe Lioret

    Welcome, Phillipe Lioret, 2009 DVD

    Bilal, a 17-year-old Kurdish refugee, has struggled his way through Europe for the last three months trying to reunite with his girlfriend, who recently emigrated to England. But his journey comes to an abrupt halt when he is stopped by authorities in Calais, on the French side of the Channel. Left with no other alternatives, he decides to swim across. Bilal goes to the local swimming pool to train, where he meets Simon, a middle-aged swimming instructor in turmoil over his imminent divorce. Simon agrees to help Bilal, hoping to win back the affection of his wife, who does volunteer work helping immigrants. But what begins as a relationship based on self interest, develops into something much bigger than Simon could ever have imagined, as he too will ultimately risk everything to reach happiness. (FilmMovement.com). Location in Cinema for French Conversation, 4th Edition: Chapter 11.

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