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Temple University (French Education)
La Sorbonne (Paris, France) (Graduate Coursework)
My grandfather was from Quebec, and his thick, beautiful accent always fascinated me as a little girl - I always knew I wanted to speak French, too. I started to learn the language in 8th grade, and never stopped learning all the way through high school and into college at Temple University, where my major was French Language Education. The structure, rules and accent of the language have always come very naturally to me, and I pride myself on my ability to make connections between the French and English languages that I can pass on to my students. Since graduation, I have been teaching consistently. Over the past 2 years, I have taught French levels 1, 2, and 4. I am as close to an expert in French grammar and phonetics as a non-native speaker can be. International studies included upper-level coursework at Universite de La Sorbonne in Paris.
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A bientot! My grandfather was from Quebec, and his thick, beautiful accent always fascinated me as a little girl - I always knew I wanted to speak French, too. I started to learn the language in 8th grade, and never stopped learning all the way
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