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Nous vous invitons à découvrir Rond-Point, deuxième édition! Based on the principles of task-based language teaching, students learn through collaboration and interaction. They develop their communicative skills from day one while working in the target language. Contexts are authentic and related to real-life; i.e. organizing a vacation, planning a party, and so on. Due in large part to its flexible organization, the program is being used successfully at a variety of colleges and universities around the world. This Second Edition is based on comments from instructors in Europe and in North America. The authors have retained the key elements that have made the first edition so successful: an abundance of authentic materials, fun and efficient smaller tasks leading students to the completion of a larger and more ambitious task at the end of each unit, recycling of the main grammar points throughout the book, a very dynamic approach where interactions and meaning negotiations among students is at the heart of each class.
Hedwige Meyer is the French 100-level program coordinator at University of Washington. She teaches French language classes and language pedagogy, and she also supervises a team of Teaching Assistants, to whom she gives pedagogical advice and support. In addition to Rond-Point, Hedwige has also published the following French workbooks: Supplementary Exercises for French 100 (McGraw Hill, 1995); Workbook to accompany Rendez-Vous, 5th edition (McGraw Hill, 1998); Encore des Exercices (McGraw Hill, 1998); Workbook to accompany Vis-à-Vis, 2nd edition (McGraw Hill, 2000) and the Workbook to accompany Vis-à-Vis, 3rd edition (McGraw Hill, 2004).