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Susan Myers
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Chair of Languages and Professor of French
Chair of Languages and Professor of French

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FRE 212 Students Post Books Featuring Cross-Cultural Comparisons
This year's FRE 212 class published books in which they conducted a cross-cultural comparison of some element of American and French culture. Today, Mariah Bowser shares her view of similarities and differences between Washington, DC and Paris, highlighting...
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Travel with FRE 112 Students of Spring 2018 in their Video Projects
This spring three students are sharing with us their video projects from FRE 112. In this comprehensive project, students are showing they can communicate in French and accomplish the following tasks: talk about a trip they are planning to take, the lodging...
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Spring 2018 French Recital: Middle Ages and the 19th Century
This year's spring French Recital took place on Thursday, April 26, featuring students from FRE 324 Nineteenth Century Frnech Novel and Society and from FRE 415 French Studies Capstone: The Middle Ages. The presentations of students in FRE 324 reflected the...
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Phi Sigma Iota, Phi Theta Chapter's 2018 Initiation Ceremony
2018 Initiates into Phi Theta Chapter: Logan McKinney, Maggie Knesel, MacKenna Kemp, Delaney Haralson, Alexis Emery, Alexis Nelson, and Alexis Mijares Saturday, April 21, 2018, Phi Theta Chapter of Phi Sigma Iota welcomed 9 new members in French, Latin, and...
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Susan Myers Presents Impressionism at a Teaching Workshop at CCFLT 2018
Dr.
Susan Myers, professor of French and Chair of Languages, presented a
pedagogical session entitled “Impressionnisme” at the Colorado
Congress of Foreign Language Teachers Conference in Loveland, CO, February 9,
2018. The session presented pedagogical mat...
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David Lisenby Publishes Villoro Translation
Dr. David Lisenby, assistant professor of Spanish, has published a translation of an essay by Mexican writer Juan Villoro in   Latin American Literature Today . The piece can be read   here . Dr. David Lisenby
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Heather Jackson, Intermediate French Student, Shares Storybird Comprehensive Project
Students in FRE 211 Intermediate French I completed comprehensive
projects to wrap up their semester. These projects required students to
use the language functions and tasks they had learned during the
semester, like asking and answering questions, narr...
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Japanese Students Learn About New Year's
Takao Hamamoto (left, Japanese Instructor) with students From our Japanese instructor, Takao Hamamoto: 年賀状(ねんがじょう/ Ne n ga joo ) is part of Japanese culture, sending postcards to celebrate the new year, to greet each other, and to keep in touch. In Japan, m...
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Caroline Seitz and Riley Martin, Intermediate French Students, Share Storybird Comprehensive Projects
Students in FRE 211 Intermediate French I completed comprehensive
projects to wrap up their semester. These projects required students to
use the language functions and tasks they had learned during the
semester, like asking and answering questions, narr...
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Kayla Harrell, Intermediate French Student, Shares her Storybird Comprehensive Project
Students in FRE 211 Intermediate French I completed comprehensive
projects to wrap up their semester. These projects required students to
use the language functions and tasks they had learned during the
semester, like asking and answering questions, narr...
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