Join us for this 5-week conversational or everyday French language course, where students will focus on learning basic communication, vocabulary, and cultural aspects to use for everyday life in France and French-speaking places.
This course is suitable for people who are interested in French language and culture, or perhaps food and wine vocabulary. It doesn’t matter if you've never taken a French class or any other language course before. Whatever your reason for wanting to learn French, you will have fun and learn a lot. Specifically, you will learn how to communicate in a basic way or to get around as well as how to greet others, introduce yourself, and ask IMPORTANT questions in French.
Monday nights from 6pm - 7pm
Camp Building Room 139
Instructor: Dr. Felicia Malissen
If you have any questions, contact the instructor, Dr. Felicia Malissen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Malissen taught all levels of French at the high-school level before attending Appalachian State for her M.A. in French. She studied abroad in Angers, France and then continued her graduate work at the University of Alabama where she received her Ph.D. in Romance Languages with a concentration in 18th century French literature and Latin in 2003. Dr. Malissen returned to NC to work for a government contractor where she reviewed and developed a new French language program for Special Forces soldiers to be assigned to West African regions such as Senegal. She has also served as a supervisor and mentor for other language teachers for the military.
Dr. Malissen has received numerous awards for both her academic work and teaching French to various types of students.