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Solange Garnier-Fox Professorial Lecturer World Languages and Cultures

Bio
I was born and raised in Southern France, and I completed my education in the beautiful town of Montpellier. At a very early age, I developed a passion for travels, a natural curiosity for immersion in different cultures and a hunger for language learning, which I strive to share as a teacher of French. Prior to joining American University, I have taught a variety of Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced classes at The Pennsylvania State University for 7 years. The World Languages and Cultures Department at American University welcomed me as Coordinator of the French Program from August 2014 til Spring 2019. During this time as Coordinator, I created traditional, hybrid and online courses. I am now excited to focus on my teaching as I continue as Professorial Lecturer in the French Program. Since my first days at AU, I have taught Advanced French I and Advanced French II classes, along with a 400-level topic class entitled “Le Français de la Diplomatie” in traditional format. I have also taught all levels of Elementary and Intermediate in Hybrid format and Intermediate II online.
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Teaching

Summer 2020

  • FREN-223 French, Intermediate II

Fall 2020

  • FREN-222 French, Intermediate I

  • FREN-222 French, Intermediate I

  • FREN-223 French, Intermediate II

Spring 2021

  • FREN-122 French, Elementary I

  • FREN-222 French, Intermediate I

  • FREN-223 French, Intermediate II