New and continued opportunities for French learning!
NEW! Book club discussion of part 1 of La Peste
Come join the fabulous Marianne Gomis-Bentho* and me (preview video here, picture above) for a 1-hour discussion, in French, of Albert Camus’ La Peste on Tuesday, April 14 at 2 pm ET/5 pm PT. We’ll be discussing PARTIE I. Book available here. Cost for the 1-hour discussion is $10-$20 (sliding scale). If you’ve been hit hard financially by COVID-19 and you can’t afford $10-$20, pay what you can or take it as a gift. Register here.
This is the first in what will be a biweekly series of book discussions on texts from Francophone Africa and other parts of the French-speaking world.
*Marianne was born and raised in Dakar, Senegal and teaches French in the Los Angeles Unified School District. She is currently working on her doctorate in Educational Organization and Global Studies at Pepperdine University.
NEW! French immersion kids’ class starts April 15
A special 4-week class for 1st-3rd graders in French immersion (or who speak French in other contexts) starts Wednesday, April 15 – 4:30-5:30 pm. Register at bit.ly/frenchreg.
Registration for Spring II session of French classes now open
Spring II session classes begin April 20. There are lots and lots of classes, all currently online! There’s definitely one for you. Remember, your brain can learn French. It really can. See the full schedule (and register) at elevateeducationconsulting.com/your-brain-can-learn-french or register directly at bit.ly/frenchreg.