Using Multimedia & Authentic Materials in the French Classroom
What could possibly be better for your students than learning a new language but also a new culture with authentic French materials such as newspaper articles, pictures, videos, etc.? Nowadays, everything seems to be accessible through the Internet, but it could also be the tricky part: where should I look to find good teaching materials, and how could I use these documents to teach French? This workshop will try to answer both questions.
Noëmie Le Roux holds a double Bachelor Degree in American and British Literature & Civilization and in Applied Linguistics (FLE) from the Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3. She is specialized in Information and Communication Technologies for Education and is writing her Master thesis on the use of social media as a learning tool. As a British Council fellow, she taught French in a K-12 school in Glasgow, and then French civilization to international students at the Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3 as a junior lecturer. She is currently working for the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States and the USC Francophone Research & Resource Center.
When: Saturday, May 4th, 2013 Time: 8:30AM-4:00PM
Where: University of Southern California - Leavey Library Auditorium - 651 West 35 Street - Los Angeles, CA 90089-2571
Workshop fee: FREE but parking at your own expense ($10)
A Certificate of attendance will be delivered to participants.
Registration is required - Space is limited