the success of last year's programme, the Department of Languages at the Open
University is running the Boot Camp for a second time for those who have
studied L120 during the 14J presentation and those who have already registered
for the L211 15J presentation.
that this programme will help you meet and engage with other participants, who
are also interested in learning French. Of course, the more you will put into
the programme, the more you will get out of it!
website, you will find self-study materials that are meant to trigger lively exchanges
among all participants in the General Forum, the Grammar Forum, and the
Tutorial Forum - which will be monitored by a tutor.
suggest three routes to work through the resources, depending on how much time
you have to dedicate to this programme. Try and take part in the tutorial
sessions in OULive if you can, and listen and interact with the Bitesize
recordings including the relevant threads in the Grammar Forum.
Boot camp website points you to various free online resources for grammar but
this is only a starting point. If you are
aware of any open, reliable, online resources that could be useful to practice
and improve your French, please feel free to share your findings with other participants.
when you go into OULive you will probably be asked whether you want to
"keep" and/or "run" files while the system is trying to
launch. Please "keep" and "run" and you will get there in a
ready for you and are looking forward to working with you.