FREN 100 AMU Week 4 – Rosetta Stone Units 1 and 2 French I American Military University assistance is available on Domyclass
When you have completed Units 1 and 2 of Rosetta Stone, please submit a Learner Progress Report in PDF (see instructions attached).
Please be advised that this course contains four units of Rosetta Stone, meaning 16 lessons over the course of 8 weeks. Twenty percent of your course grade comes from the completion of these 16 lessons comprising the 4 units.
In order to receive credit for the Rosetta Stone portion of the course, you will need to complete the Milestone component of Rosetta Stone with a minimum grade of 80%. If you find that you need to complete all the exercises in Rosetta Stone in order to attain 80% in the Milestones, OK. On the other hand, if you are able to complete the Milestone tasks without having done all the other assignments, that is acceptable also.
To earn credit, you must do the following:
- Complete a Milestone assignment with a grade of 80% or more, you will earn 100% in the Gradebook.
- Complete 1-79% of a Milestone assignment, you will earn 50% in the Gradebook.
- If you do not complete any of the Milestone assignment, 0%, you will earn 0% in the Gradebook.
To gain access to Rosetta Stone, click on Course Materials in the online classroom then French I. You can check to make sure you are in the right section by comparing the content with Lessons or our Weekly Schedule. You should work through the four units (with four lessons and a review in each unit) of the program at the pace outlined in the schedule below.
Remember that you must complete two lessons per week. That means approximately every three days you must complete a lesson. I encourage you to pace yourself. Repetition and regularity are an essential elements of successful language acquisition and will greatly improve your average. I highly recommend working with Rosetta Stone for 45 to 60 minutes every single day rather than three or six hours once or twice per week. I encourage you to repeat the exercises as much as you need to achieve the scores and level of comprehension that make you comfortable.
Once you complete each UNIT (at the end of each two-week period), you should submit the unit via Assignments and attach a Learner Progress Report as a PDF attachment (Not Excel please). Instructions for doing so are under assignments and resources. These reports can give you an excellent indicator of your individual progress. Do not submit a unit via assignments until it is complete, and you are ready to be graded.