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College of Saint Benedict (French)
University of St. Thomas (Master's)
University of St. Thomas (MEd)
I have been a Middle School and High School French teacher for 20 years. I love the beautiful and complex French language, and I especially like sharing it with my students.
Learning a language means learning more than just words; the skills of listening, reading, writing, and comprehension are all connected to the larger world of culture: art, architecture, literature, politics, music, etc. I try to engage my students in authentic discussions and activities incorporating culture along the way.
I travel often to France, and bring student groups (usually every other year). I have brought 12 student groups to France over the years. My last trip with students was in the summer of 2015 when I, along with 2 colleagues, brought 28 enthusiastic students on a 13 day trip that included a few days in London, then Paris, the Loire Valley, Normandy and the D-Day beaches, and a TGV to Nice and Provence. My next trip with students will be during spring break, 2017.
I love the language and I love sharing it with others. I'm very busy during the school year, but have time in the summer to tutor! I have been a Middle School and High School French teacher for 20 years. I love the beautiful and complex French language, and I especially like sharing it with my students.
Learning a language means learning more than
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