I remember in my time as an undergraduate (philosophy and french) that there were at various times language workshops such as "German for philosophers".
I have been teaching French and Philosophy in different contexts, but I would like to try to offer a "French for philosophers" course for philosophy undergraduates.
The problem is, I have no idea how to go about designing it and making it more efficient, i.e. more efficient than a standard language course. I am interested mainly in having the students acquire some level of reading proficiency for philosophical works in French, but I am not sure how to integrate most effectively grammar teaching, or to what extent oral or written proficiency are required.
So, do you have any advice or guidance or reading recommendations on this issue?