The Contemporary College Student
Season 1: An American Look into a French College Classroom
Courtney Honeycutt has a conversation with Hannah Andersen about her take on teaching at the university level in France. Hannah has her Master’s in French from the University of Virginia and is a Ph.D. candidate in French at UVA as well. She has both taught English to elementary and college level students in France and English to preschool and college level students in the U.S.
Credits for Podcast: Hannah Andersen, MA; Ph.D. Candidate
French Quarter Magazine. (2014, September 15). RE: Higher education in France and the United States: A brief overview. [Web log message]. Retrieved from http://frenchquartermag.com/higher-education-in-france-and-the-united-states-a-brief-overview/
Liu, J. (2001). A comparison of student management and secondary school organization in the Peoples' Republic of China, France, and America. American Secondary Education, 29(4), 30-37. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/41064439
Roach, David. K., Cornett-DeVito, Myrna M., & DeVito, Raffaele. (2005). A cross-cultural comparison of instructor communication in American and French classrooms. Communication Quarterly, 53(1), 87-107. doi: 10.1080/01463370500056127