Audrey Thonard

Mills Faculty

Audrey Mattioli-Thonard has been teaching French as a foreign language for ten years at the University of Liege, Belgium. She heads the online education at the Foreign Language Higher Institute. Since 2011, she has been a lecturer at the faculty of Philosophy and Letters where she instructs teachers-to-be in the use and exploitation of ICT's in courses of French as a foreign language.

 

Courses

Course List: 

Courses offered in the past four years.
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FREN3201S - Beginning French II      

THIS COURSE TAUGHT AT MILLS CAMPUS

This course is intended for students with no or minimum previous experience of the French language. We will develop the four competencies (listening and writing, comprehension and expression) with extra emphasis put on oral communication. We will work with two different kinds of support: a method, Reflets, as well as a grammar book to support your effort. The entire class will also revolve around creative oral and writing projects in response to the needs of students.

Required books:
1) Maia Grégoire- Grammaire Progressive du Français (Niveau débutant)- Paris, CLE International- 2004 ISBN 10: 209033858x)
2) Guy Capelle, Noëlle Guidon- Reflets (méthode de français 1)- Paris, Hachette- 1999 ISBN 9782011551160
3) Guy Capelle, Noëlle Guidon- Reflets (Cahier d’Exercices)- Paris, Hachette- 1999. ISBN 201155117x

Summer 2013

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FREN3202S - Beginning French II      

THIS COURSE TAUGHT AT MILLS CAMPUS

This course is intended for students with no or minimum previous experience of the French language. We will develop the four competencies (listening and writing, comprehension and expression) with extra emphasis put on oral communication. We will work with two different kinds of support: a method, Reflets, as well as a grammar book to support your effort. The entire class will also revolve around creative oral and writing projects in response to the needs of students.

Required books:
1) Maia Grégoire- Grammaire Progressive du Français (Niveau débutant)- Paris, CLE International- 2004 ISBN 10: 209033858x)
2) Guy Capelle, Noëlle Guidon- Reflets (méthode de français 1)- Paris, Hachette- 1999 ISBN 9782011551160
3) Guy Capelle, Noëlle Guidon- Reflets (Cahier d’Exercices)- Paris, Hachette- 1999. ISBN 201155117x

Summer 2013

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FREN3203S - Beginning French II      

THIS COURSE TAUGHT AT MILLS CAMPUS

This course is intended for students with no or minimum previous experience of the French language. We will develop the four competencies (listening and writing, comprehension and expression) with extra emphasis put on oral communication. We will work with two different kinds of support: a method, Reflets, as well as a grammar book to support your effort. The entire class will also revolve around creative oral and writing projects in response to the needs of students.

Required books:
1) Maia Grégoire- Grammaire Progressive du Français (Niveau débutant)- Paris, CLE International- 2004 ISBN 10: 209033858x)
2) Guy Capelle, Noëlle Guidon- Reflets (méthode de français 1)- Paris, Hachette- 1999 ISBN 9782011551160
3) Guy Capelle, Noëlle Guidon- Reflets (Cahier d’Exercices)- Paris, Hachette- 1999. ISBN 201155117x

Summer 2013

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FREN3212S - Early Intermed French      

THIS COURSE IS TAUGHT AT MILLS CAMPUS

This course will concentrate on the systematic acquisition of strategies for written expression through progressive practice, with topical review of basic morphological and syntactic structures. Different kind of texts (descriptive, informative, argumentative, poetic, …) will be used to illustrate and explain the grammar studied and to be a model for the writing tasks. The entire class will revolve around writing projects in response to the needs of students : how to describe a past action, a dream or a life project, how to propose something to someone, how to compare things, movies, persons or events, how to express an objection, etc.

Required Book : Sylvie Poisson-Quinton, « Expression écrite – Niveau 2 », Paris, Clé International, 2006. (ISBN : 978-2-09-035205-4)

Summer 2013

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The French School

Sunderland Language Center
Middlebury College
P: 802.443.5526
F: 802.443.2075

Mailing address
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14 Old Chapel Road
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Middlebury, VT  05753

Sheila Schwaneflugel, Coordinator
sschwaneflugel@middlebury.edu