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Teaching Philosophy

Benjamin Franklin said, “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I forget to remember. Involve me and I learn.” In my experience as a teacher of French, nothing is more important to students’ success than their involvement in the learning process. As a result, I believe that any instructor should do more than present material to students but should provide students with many opportunities to take ownership of their education. To read more click here: Cara Bailey teaching statement

Currently Teaching

Fall 2018: Accelerated French in the World (1103)

This course is designed for students who have prior classroom experience in French. Students develop their language competency through reading, writing, listening and verbal communication.

Spring 2018: French in the World (1102)

This course is the second half of a two-semester elementary French course. Students develop literacy skills in French by reading, writing, and talking about a variety of topics.

Fall 2017: French in the World (1101)

Spring 2017: French in the World (French 1102)

Fall 2016: French in the World (French 1101)

Sample of Related Work

Integrated Performance Assessment with Rubrics: IPA and Rubrics

Review of Words and Actions: Teaching Languages through the Lens of Social Justice by Cassandra Glynn, Pamela Wesley, and Beth Wassell (ACTFL 2014)  Words and Actions Review

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