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Mais Oui! 5th Edition

Chantal P. Thompson, Elaine M. Phillips

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MAIS OUI!'s success was founded on its unique guided approach that engages students in the discovery of the French language and Francophone cultures. Through its proven methodology that entails "thinking" then "observing and inferring" and finally "confirming," the program skillfully encourages students to discover for themselves how the language works. Students move rapidly through the material, developing these essential critical-thinking skills and uncovering the multiple layers of meaning. What they acquire in this manner is stored in long-term memory, facilitating a faster development of proficiency. The fifth edition offers seven new high-interest readings based on careful consideration of reviewer feedback. A new Culture Portfolio section, Bloguez! is integrated into every culture section of the textbook. The online Culture Portfolio is hosted via the iLrn Heinle Learning center through the Share It! feature and allows students to interact with their classmates, post pictures, videos, and make cross-cultural comparisons. By the use of familiar online or offline tools, students are encouraged to communicate between each others, leveraging the technical and cultural inputs they acquire through each chapter.

Chantal P. Thompson, Brigham Young University

Chantal Péron Thompson is a native of Quimper, France. She graduated valedictorian from one of the largest high schools in France (le Lycée de Kérichen à Brest) and developed a love of writing under the spell of the wind-swept coast of Brittany. At age sixteen, she was National Champion of France in the long jump. She went on to attend the University of Rennes and came to the United States to perfect her English and attend graduate school. She ended up getting married and staying! She has been on the faculty at Brigham Young University since 1973 and has earned many teaching awards. The latest is a distinguished University Professorship (1998-2008). She founded the African Studies Program at Brigham Young University and has taken several groups of students to Senegal. She currently directs first-year French courses and trains and supervises a team of fifteen to eighteen student instructors each semester. Thompson is a certified ACTFL Tester and Trainer and conducts workshops worldwide on teaching and testing for proficiency. Her speaking engagements have included keynote addresses at major conferences from Salem, Oregon, to Bangkok, Thailand. She has also presented a series of ACTFL webinars (March-April 2011). Thompson is the primary author of MAIS OUI! a first-year French text (Houghton Mifflin/Cengage Learning 1996, 2000, 2004, 2009, 2012); ENSUITE, a second-year text (McGraw-Hill, 1989, 1993, 1998, 2003); and MOMENTS LITTÉRAIRES, a literary anthology for intermediate-level courses (Heinle/Cengage Learning, 1992, 2006).

Elaine M. Phillips, Educational Consultant

Elaine M. Phillips has an M.A. in French literature and a Ph.D. in Foreign Language Education from the University of Texas at Austin. Her career in foreign language education spans more than thirty years including teaching French in an American high school in Germany and in college and junior college in Texas. She also supervised and taught methods courses for student teachers and graduate courses in Foreign Language Education at UT Austin. Her previous experience as director of the LOTE Center for Educator Development focused on foreign language standards implementation and professional development for in-service teachers. She served as Project Director for the 2007 Texas Language Summit, which assessed economic, social, and cultural imperatives for language competency in Texas for the National Security Education Program, co-authoring LANGUAGE ROADMAP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY: TEXAS. Phillips is currently a language education and evaluation consultant.
  • MAIS OUI! uses literature as a culminating point in each chapter's "Quatrième étape: intégration" to stretch and enhance students' reading skills, to synthesize the chapter's content, and to bring closure to the chapter's theme. The fifth edition offers seven new high-interest readings based on careful consideration of reviewer feedback.
  • Cultural content has been updated; it is more contemporary, and it expands into a variety of Francophone cultures.
  • A new "Culture Portfolio" section, Bloguez! is integrated into every culture section of the textbook. The online Culture Portfolio is hosted via the iLrn Heinle Learning center through the "Share It!" feature. In the textbook, students are given prompts and suggestions for topics to include in their personalized cultural portfolio. The "Share It!" feature allows students to interact with their classmates, post pictures, videos, and make cross-cultural comparisons.
  • The revised "Synthèse culturelle" sections incorporate new video footage featuring native Francophone speakers sharing their perspective on different cultural topics. The complete set of video activities is now featured in the lab manual portion of the Student Activities Manual and on the iLrn Heinle Learning Center.
  • Revisions to the listening passages reflect the current day realities of the Francophone world.
  • Practice activities, both receptive and productive, have been added and revised to ensure that there is ample opportunity for practice, and that each practice is meaningful.
  • Vocabulary has been updated and now includes new technology terms.
  • Task-based practice features carefully crafted activities that develop students' critical-thinking skills. By the end of the MAIS OUI! program, students are able to express personal meaning about a variety of topics, ask and answer questions, and deal with everyday situations in French.
  • "Notes culturelles," "Culture et réfléxion," and "Synthèse culturelle" sections provide abundant information about French and Francophone culture and serve as a springboard for task-based activities that engage students in examining their own cultural perspectives.
  • iLrn™: Heinle Learning Center provides students with everything they need to master the skills and concepts of the course. The dynamic audio- and video-enhanced learning environment includes an audio-enhanced eBook with integrated activities, companion videos, an interactive voiceboard, an online workbook and lab manual with audio, interactive enrichment activities, a class blog, diagnostic activities that generate a personalized study plan for each student, and access to a variety of online tutorial services.
  • MAIS OUI!'s inductive approach engages students in the discovery of the French language by providing the strategies they need to think independently, analyze, draw analogies, and infer meaning.
  • Carefully selected real-world listening and reading materials are used as an entry point into the French language. Through a hierarchy of tasks, students develop strategies that enable them to process this input successfully, which serves as a natural stage for the introduction of vocabulary, grammar, culture, and the practice of language functions.
Scope and Sequence.
To the Student.
CHAPITRE PRÉLIMINAIRE: BONJOUR!
À l''écoute: Votre attention! À l''écoute: Votre nom? Notes culturelles: «Bonjour, madame.»; «Salutations et gestes.»; Au revoir?; Merci et la politesse. Stratégies de communication: Greetings and Introductions. Note culturelle: Tu ou vous? Stratégies de communication: Spelling in French. Culture et réflexion: Les salutations et les gestes; Le sourire. À l''écoute: La salle de classe. Structures: Identifying people and things; Qu''est-ce que c''est?; Qui est-ce?; C''est/Ce sont..; Les articles indéfinis et definis. Vocabulaire: Expressions pour la classe; Les nombres de 0 à 100. Synthèse culturelle: Understanding Cultural Perspectives.
CHAPITRE 1: QUI ÊTES-VOUS?
Étape 1. À l''écoute: Qui suis-je? Prononciation: Les consonnes finales et la liaison. Structure: Introducing yourself; Le verbe être et les pronoms sujets. Structure: Stating nationality and profession; Le genre et le nombre. Notes culturelles: Le féminin des professions • Professions qui font rêver • Célébrités. Étape 2. À l''écoute: Tu connais…? Prononciation: Le rythme et l''accentuation. Structure: Describing personality traits; L''accord des adjectifs. Structure: Specifying people and things; Les expressions C''est / Il (Elle) est. Structure: Pointing out people and things; Les adjectifs démonstratifs. Culture et réflexion: Nationalités et immigration; L''identité québécoise. Étape 3. Lecture: Le petit Nicolas est malade. Structure: Asking yes/no questions; L''interrogation. Structure: Answering negatively; La négation ne… pas. Stratégie de communication: Responding to questions and comments. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: L''accent grave (Jacques Prévert). Par écrit: Celebrities in town! Strategies: Keeping purpose in mind; Avoiding repetition. Synthèse culturelle: Identité et image de soi.
CHAPITRE 2: LA FAMILLE.
Étape 1. À l''écoute: Une photo de famille. Prononciation: Le son r. Vocabulaire: La famille. Structure: Expressing ownership; Les adjectifs possessifs. Note culturelle: Des questions personnelles. Stratégies de communication: Hesitating and stalling for time. Étape 2. Lecture: Les loisirs et la famille. Structure: Talking about leisure activities; Les verbes en –er. Structure: Requesting; L''impératif. Structure: Asking about people and things; Les pronoms interrogatifs. Culture et réflexion: Le mariage et la famille; Les allocations familiales; Des enfants «bien élevés». Étape 3. À l''écoute: Quel âge avez-vous? Prononciation: L''intonation. Structures: Discussing age and appearance; Le verbe avoir; L''adjectif interrogatif quel. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: L''homme qui te ressemble. Par écrit: To be or not to be the same. Strategies: Visualizing relationships; Contrasting. Synthèse culturelle: La famille.
CHAPITRE 3: LA MAISON ET LA VILLE.
Étape 1. À l''écoute: Allô? Notes culturelles: Les W.C.; Les logements étudiants. Prononciation: Les voyelles nasales. Stratégie de communication: Telephone courtesy. Note culturelle: Les télécommunications; Les appareils électroniques. Vocabulaire: Les meubles et les objets personnels. Structure: Asking information questions; Les adverbes interrogatifs. Étape 2. Lecture: Ma maison, mon paradis. Note culturelle: Le logement et la ville; Les banlieues. Structures: Describing people and things; La place des adjectifs; Quelques adjectifs irréguliers. Vocabulaire: Les nombres. Culture et réflexion: Fenêtres, portes et murs; Communauté et vie privée au Sénégal. Étape 3. À l''écoute: Je cherche la rue…. Prononciation: Les sons [u] et [y]. Structure: Getting around town; Le verbe aller et les contractions. Vocabulaire: La ville et les prépositions de lieu. Structure: Saying what you''re going to do; Le futur proche. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: Un Nègre à Paris (Bernard Dadié). Par écrit: Well worth the money! Strategies: Listing • Adding variety. Synthèse culturelle: Chez moi; Chez eux.
CHAPITRE 4: L''ÉCOLE.
Étape 1. À l''écoute: Un emploi du temps chargé. Note culturelle: Les grandes écoles. Prononciation: Les sons [e] et [ε]. Structure: Talking about course schedules; L''heure. Stratégie de communication: Reacting to news and information. Note culturelle: L''art de la conversation. Étape 2. Lecture: Aménager le temps scolaire. Note culturelle: L''école en France. Structure: Talking about days and dates; Articles et prépositions avec le jour et la date. Structure: Talking about activities; Le verbe faire. Culture et réflexion: La maternelle; Le bac; Éducation et sacrifices. Étape 3. À l''écoute: La fac. Note culturelle: L''enseignement supérieur. Prononciation: Les sons [ø] et [oe]. Structure: Saying what you can and want to do; Les verbes pouvoir et vouloir. Structure: Discussing your classes; Les verbes prendre, apprendre et comprendre. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: «Ils vont lui faire éclater le cerveau…» (Marcel Pagnol). Par écrit: I like school but I''m so busy! Strategies: Brainstorming • Writing to a friend. Synthèse culturelle: Souvenirs d''école.
CHAPITRE 5: À TABLE!
Étape 1. À l''écoute: Vous désirez? Notes culturelles: Les boissons; Les repas. Prononciation: Le e caduc. Vocabulaire: Pour commander au restaurant. Vocabulaire: L''alimentation: Ce qu''on achète au magasin. Notes culturelles: Les magasins alimentaires; Le marché en plein air. Structures: Discussing food and drink; Le verbe boire; Les articles partitifs. Étape 2. Lecture: Snacking ou néorestauration? Note culturelle: Le grignotage. Structure: Describing eating and drinking preferences; Les expressions ne… plus; ne… jamais; ne… que. Vocabulaire: Les expressions de quantité. Structure: Comparing eating and drinking habits; Le comparatif. Culture et réflexion: L''art de manger; Les repas; Les boulettes; Des révélations…. Étape 3. À l''écoute: Les courses. Prononciation: Les articles et l''articulation. Structure: Saying what happened; Le passé composé. Stratégie de communication: Asking for clarification; Explaining. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: Du camembert, chéri (Guillaume Oyônô Mbia). Par écrit: Eat, drink, and be merry! Strategies: Anticipating readers'' questions; Organizing a narrative. Synthèse culturelle: Tabous et coutumes alimentaires.
CHAPITRE 6: LE TEMPS ET LES PASSE-TEMPS.
Étape 1. À l''écoute: Le bulletin météo. Prononciation: Les sons [o] et [ ]. Vocabulaire: Le temps et les saisons. Note culturelle: Festivals québécois. Structure: Narrating past actions; Le passé composé avec être. Vocabulaire: Pour parler du passé, du futur et de la ponctualité. Étape 2. Lecture: La télévision. Note culturelle: La télévision en France. Structure: Talking about favorite pastimes; Les verbes lire, dire, voir et écrire. Note culturelle: Passe-temps contemporains. Structure: Avoiding repetition; Les pronoms d''objet direct. Culture et réflexion: Les congés payés; Les loisirs et l''école; Sports individuels ou collectifs. L''influence du temps. Étape 3. À l''écoute: Sport et culture. Prononciation: Les consonnes s et c. Note culturelle: Zinedine Zidane; Justine Henin. Structure: Talking about choices; Les verbes comme choisir. Stratégie de communication: Inviting and responding to invitations. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: M. Bordenave n''aime pas le soleil (Jean-Jacques Sempé et René Goscinny). Par écrit: It depends on your point of view . . .. Strategies: Taking a point of view; Expressing time. Synthèse culturelle: Les activités extra-curriculaires.
CHAPITRE 7: VOYAGES ET TRANSPORTS.
Étape 1. À l''écoute: À l''hôtel. Note culturelle: Le logement des vacances. Prononciation: Les semi-voyelles [w] et [ ]. Structure: Talking about coming and going; Les verbes comme sortir. Structure: Situating events in time; Depuis / Il y a / Pendant. Étape 2. Lecture: Un voyage en Afrique. Notes culturelles: La Tunisie; Le Sénégal. Structures: Talking about travel; Le verbe (re)venir; Les prépositions avec les noms géographiques. Stratégie de communication: Asking for information or help. Note culturelle: La politesse. Vocabulaire: Activités de vacances. Vocabulaire: Les pays. Culture et réflexion: Les vacances des Français; Les Français en voiture. Étape 3. À l''écoute: À la gare. Notes culturelles: Les trains en France; Renseignements utiles. Prononciation: La letter l. Structure: Traveling by train; Les verbes en –re. Structure: Referring to someone already mentioned; Les pronoms d''objet indirect. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: Le voyage du petit prince (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry). Par écrit: Wish you were here! Strategies: Taking audience into account; Using a telegraphic style. Synthèse culturelle: Voyages et découvertes.
CHAPITRE 8: LES RELATIONS HUMAINES.
Étape 1. À l''écoute: L''amitié. Note culturelle: Ami? Copain? Prononciation: La letter g. Structure: Describing how things used to be; L''imparfait. Structure: Talking about friendships; Les verbes pronominaux. Étape 2. Lecture: Il n''était pas mon genre, et pourtant…. Note culturelle: Le mariage et le PACS. Vocabulaire: Rencontres et relations. Vocabulaire: Les tâches domestiques. Structure: Linking ideas; Les pronoms relatifs qui et que (qu''). Structure: Describing relationships; Reprise: les pronoms d''objet direct et indirect: te, nous et vous. Culture et réflexion: L''amitié; «Dating». Étape 3. À l''écoute: Le Bonheur. Prononciation: Les consonnes finales (suite). Structure: Expressing obligation and necessity; Le verbe devoir. Stratégie de communication: Making suggestions / Giving advice. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: Qu''est-ce que signifie «apprivoiser»?(Antoine de Saint-Exupéry). Par écrit: The way we were. Strategies: Using reporters'' questions; Talking about the way things were. Synthèse culturelle: Qu''est-ce qu''un(e) ami(e)?
CHAPITRE 9: LES SOUVENIRS.
Étape 1. À l''écoute: Un souvenir d''école. Prononciation: [e] ou []?. Structure: Telling a story about the past; L''imparfait et le passé composé. Étape 2. Lecture: Fêtes et traditions. Note culturelle: Le Ramadan. Stratégie de communication: Expressing thanks, congratulations, and good wishes. Structure: Comparing traditions and holidays; Le superlatif. Culture et réflexion: Le souvenir à travers les griots • Le souvenir à travers les devises • Le souvenir à travers la langue. Étape 3. À l''écoute: Un souvenir de voyage. Prononciation: «C''est pur, c''est français!». Structure: Saying you know someone or something; Les verbes savoir et connaître. Structure: Using negative expressions; Les expressions ne… rien, ne… personne, ne… pas encore. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: La concordance des temps (Tahar Ben Jelloun). Par écrit: I had so much fun! Strategies: Using sentence cues; Organizing a story in the past. Synthèse culturelle: L''influence du passé.
CHAPITRE 10: LA VIE DE TOUS LES JOURS.
Étape 1. À l''écoute: La routine quotidienne. Prononciation: Le e caduc. Structure: Talking about daily routines; Les verbes réfléchis. Structure: Saying what you did; Les verbes réfléchis au passé composé. Étape 2. Lecture: Denim, mode d''emploi. Notes culturelles: Les soldes; La bienséance. Vocabulaire: Les vêtements. Structures: Saying what you wear and when; Le verbe mettre; Les pronoms avec l''impératif. Note culturelle: Les compliments. Stratégie de communication: Giving and responding to compliments. Culture et réflexion: La haute couture; Les costumes régionaux. Étape 3. À l''écoute: La forme. Prononciation: Le e caduc (suite). Vocabulaire: Les traits du visage. Structure: Discussing health and exercise; Le pronom y. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: Une abominable feuille d''érable sur la glace (Roch Carrier). Par écrit: Close encounters. Strategies: Viewing different facets of an object; Making descriptions vivid. Synthèse culturelle: Apparence et impressions.
CHAPITRE 11: PLANS ET PROJETS.
Étape 1. À l''écoute: Le monde du travail. Prononciation: Le s français: [s] ou [z]? Vocabulaire: Pour parler du travail. Structure: Thinking about the future; L''infinitif. Structure: Planning for a career; Le futur simple. Étape 2. Lecture: Le marché de l''emploi: les deux France. Structure: Identifying conditions and consequences; Le futur simple après certaines locutions. Structure: Adding emphasis; Les pronoms toniques. Vocabulaire: La réussite professionnelle. Culture et réflexion: Le monde des affaires; La femme au Sénégal. Étape 3. À l''écoute: Hommes et femmes-- l''égalité. Note culturelle: Le gouvernement français. Prononciation: Les nombres. Structure: Qualifying an action; Les adverbes. Stratégie de communication: Taking part in a conversation • Interrupting. Note culturelle: Culture et conversation. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: Une si longue lettre (Mariama Bâ). Par écrit: In my crystal ball . . .. Strategies: Webbing • Adding variety to sentence beginnings. Synthèse culturelle: Réussir sa vie.
CHAPITRE 12: SOUCIS ET RÊVES.
Étape 1. À l''écoute: Des questions de santé. Note culturelle: La médecine en France. Prononciation: Liaisons obligatoires et liaisons défendues. Structure: Discussing symptoms, remedies, and general health; Le pronom en. Structure: Saying what you would do; Le conditionnel. Étape 2. Lecture: Les fantasmes des Français. Structure: Hypothesizing; Le conditionnel (suite). Culture et réflexion: Soucis et rêves de l''Afrique (Aminata Sow Fall). Étape 3. À l''écoute: La mondialisation. Prononciation: Rythme et intonation. Stratégie de communication: Providing opinions. Étape 4: Intégration. Littérature: Les Choses (Georges Perec). Par écrit: If only…. Strategies: Looping • Adding variety through analogy. Synthèse culturelle: Voeux et inquiétudes.
CHAPITRE COMPLÉMENTAIRE: DES QUESTIONS D''ACTUALITÉ.
Lecture: L''immigration. Structure: Expressing beliefs and desires, Le présent du subjonctif. À l''écoute: L''appel de l''abbé Pierre. Vocabulaire: Pauvreté et mobilization. Structures: Expressing personal viewpoints; Subjonctif ou infinitive?; Le subjonctif irrégulier. Littérature: Chemin-d''école (Patrick Chamoiseau).
Appendice: Conjugaison des verbes.
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MAIS OUI!'s success was founded on its unique guided approach that engages students in the discovery of the French language and Francophone cultures. Through its proven methodology that entails "thinking" then "observing and inferring" and finally "confirming," the program skillfully encourages students to discover for themselves how the language works. Students move rapidly through the material, developing these essential critical-thinking skills and uncovering the multiple layers of meaning. What they acquire in this manner is stored in long-term memory, facilitating a faster development of proficiency. The fifth edition offers seven new high-interest readings based on careful consideration of reviewer feedback. A new Culture Portfolio section, Bloguez! is integrated into every culture section of the textbook. The online Culture Portfolio is hosted via the iLrn Heinle Learning center through the Share It! feature and allows students to interact with their classmates, post pictures, videos, and make cross-cultural comparisons. By the use of familiar online or offline tools, students are encouraged to communicate between each others, leveraging the technical and cultural inputs they acquire through each chapter.

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MAIS OUI!'s success was founded on its unique guided approach that engages students in the discovery of the French language and Francophone cultures. Through its proven methodology that entails "thinking" then "observing and inferring" and finally "confirming," the program skillfully encourages students to discover for themselves how the language works. Students move rapidly through the material, developing these essential critical-thinking skills and uncovering the multiple layers of meaning. What they acquire in this manner is stored in long-term memory, facilitating a faster development of proficiency. The fifth edition offers seven new high-interest readings based on careful consideration of reviewer feedback. A new Culture Portfolio section, Bloguez! is integrated into every culture section of the textbook. The online Culture Portfolio is hosted via the iLrn Heinle Learning center through the Share It! feature and allows students to interact with their classmates, post pictures, videos, and make cross-cultural comparisons. By the use of familiar online or offline tools, students are encouraged to communicate between each others, leveraging the technical and cultural inputs they acquire through each chapter.

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MAIS OUI!’s success was founded on its unique guided approach that engages students in the discovery of the French language and Francophone cultures. Through its proven methodology that entails “thinking” then “observing and inferring” and finally “confirming,” the program skillfully encourages students to discover for themselves how the language works. Students move rapidly through the material, developing these essential critical-thinking skills and uncovering the multiple layers of meaning. What they acquire in this manner is stored in long-term memory, facilitating a faster development of proficiency. The fifth edition offers seven new high-interest readings based on careful consideration of reviewer feedback. A new Culture Portfolio section, Bloguez! is integrated into every culture section of the textbook. The online Culture Portfolio is hosted via the iLrn Heinle Learning center through the Share It! feature and allows students to interact with their classmates, post pictures, videos, and make cross-cultural comparisons. By the use of familiar online or offline tools, students are encouraged to communicate between each others, leveraging the technical and cultural inputs they acquire through each chapter.

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The text's new Premium Website is your one-stop portal to an online suite of digital resources. Students have complimentary access to the complete in-text audio program, auto-graded vocabulary and grammar quizzes, cultural Web search activities, Google Earth coordinates, iTunes playlist, and Web links. Premium password-protected content is also conveniently posted to the MAIS OUI! Website. Those resources include the complete SAM audio program, the complete video program, audio-enhanced flashcards, vocabulary and grammar podcasts and over thirty grammar tutorial videos. Students can purchase instant access to the premium resources at http://www.cengagebrain.com.

Personal Tutor French 3-Semester Instant Access Code

ISBN: 9781111945411
Available with the text for a nominal fee, Personal Tutor gives your students access to one-on-one, online tutoring help from a subject-area expert. In Personal Tutor's virtual classroom, students interact with the tutor and other students using two-way audio, an interactive whiteboard for illustrating the problem, and instant messaging. To ask a question, students simply click to raise a "hand." For proprietary, college, and university adopters only. For details, consult your Cengage Learning representative. Students may purchase access to Personal Tutor at http://www.cengagebrain.com.

FOR STUDENTS

Mais Oui!

ISBN: 9781111352035
MAIS OUI!'s success was founded on its unique guided approach that engages students in the discovery of the French language and Francophone cultures. Through its proven methodology that entails "thinking" then "observing and inferring" and finally "confirming," the program skillfully encourages students to discover for themselves how the language works. As students develop these essential critical-thinking skills, they uncover the multiple layers of meaning, which are then stored in long-term memory. This method moves students more rapidly through the material and facilitates faster development of proficiency.

Cengage Advantage Books: Mais Oui!, Volume 1

ISBN: 9781111835828
MAIS OUI!'s success was founded on its unique guided approach that engages students in the discovery of the French language and Francophone cultures. Through its proven methodology that entails "thinking" then "observing and inferring" and finally "confirming," the program skillfully encourages students to discover for themselves how the language works. As students develop these essential critical-thinking skills, they uncover the multiple layers of meaning, which are then stored in long-term memory. This method moves students more rapidly through the material and facilitates faster development of proficiency.

Cengage Advantage Books: Mais Oui!, Volume 2

ISBN: 9781111835835
MAIS OUI!’s success was founded on its unique guided approach that engages students in the discovery of the French language and Francophone cultures. Through its proven methodology that entails “thinking” then “observing and inferring” and finally “confirming,” the program skillfully encourages students to discover for themselves how the language works. As students develop these essential critical-thinking skills, they uncover the multiple layers of meaning, which are then stored in long-term memory. This method moves students more rapidly through the material and facilitates faster development of proficiency.

Student Activities Manual

ISBN: 9781111832704
The Workbook section of the SAM provides structured, written practice of the materials introduced in the corresponding chapters and additional reading comprehension based on cultural and journalistic topics. The Lab Manual section, designed for use with the audio program, contains pronunciation practice and a variety of listening comprehension tasks.

DVD

ISBN: 9781111832735
The MAIS OUI! video contains thirteen modules that reinforce and expand on the themes, vocabulary, and language functions presented in the textbook, with realistic situations and real-world language. Filmed on location in the streets of Aix-en-Provence and other parts of France, each module features recurring characters in a situational segment and live interviews with Francophone speakers. New to the fifth edition is an additional series of engaging interviews to accompany the Synthèse culturelle in the textbook.

Answer Key with Audio Script

ISBN: 9781111832742
This ancillary provides the answers to the Student Activities Manual and includes the audio script.

Quia Instant Access Code

ISBN: 9781111945350
Designed specifically for today's computer-savvy students, Quia is an advanced and easy-to-use e-learning platform for delivering activities to you via the Web. A complete online workbook and homework package with interactive exercises and Web links, Quia is also an integrated course management system that automatically grades many types of exercises and then sends the results straight to a versatile cross-platform electronic grade book that allows you to track your results. Quia even has a floating accent bar for world languages! You can purchase instant access to Quia at http://www.cengagebrain.com.

Premium Web Site Instant Access Code

ISBN: 9781111945275
The text's new Premium Web site is your one-stop portal to an online suite of digital resources. You have complimentary access to the complete in-text audio program, auto-graded vocabulary and grammar quizzes, cultural Web search activities, Google Earth coordinates, iTunes playlist, and Web links. Premium password-protected content is also conveniently posted to the MAIS OUI! Website. Those resources include the complete SAM audio program, the complete video program, audio-enhanced flashcards, vocabulary and grammar podcasts and over thirty grammar tutorial videos. You can purchase instant access to the premium resources at http://www.cengagebrain.com.

Personal Tutor French 3-Semester Instant Access Code

ISBN: 9781111945411
Personal Tutor is your ticket to live, one-on-one tutoring with an online subject area expert who has a copy of your textbook. In Personal Tutor's virtual classroom, you will interact with the tutor and other students using two-way audio, an interactive whiteboard for illustrating the problem, and instant messaging. To ask a question, simply click to raise a "hand". You may purchase access to Personal Tutor at http://www.cengagebrain.com.