Middlebury Language School Graduate Programs


Aya-Claire Remon is a French language teacher. She received a Master in law in 2001 and a Master in French as a foreign language in 2005. In France, she has been teaching Oral French at the Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne for 6 years with a specialization in phonetics. She also taught general French at University Paris 10 Nanterre and Institut Catholique de Paris. Aya-Claire Remon is an Oral French instructor at Middlebury French School from 2005.



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FREN 3460 - Oral Production &Pronunciation      

This course is designed to better the oral communication and pronunciation of Modern Standard French for advanced-level students. Through a variety of activities, students will improve their phonetic production (focus on vowels, consonants, diphthongs, nasalization, liaison, elision, intonation, Phonetic Alphabet) while developing vocabulary and the capacity to express their ideas in a myriad of functional settings. Topics may include: French culture, current events (from French-language newspapers, magazines, and TV programs), travel, music, and sports.

Required Text:
Dansereau, Diane; Savoir Dire: Cours de Phonétique et prononciation (2nd Edition); ISBN: 978-0618507061.
CD NOT REQUIRED; Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2006

Summer 2011, Summer 2012, Summer 2013

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