Teaching

Vanderbilt courses taught:

French 101a: A communicative approach to reading, writing, listening, and speaking for students who have studied little or no French – 1st semester. (4 sections)

French 101b: A communicative approach to reading, writing, listening, and speaking for students who have studied little or no French – 2nd semester. (3 sections)

French 103: Review of grammar with emphasis on conversation and readings about the French-speaking world. (1 section)

Brigham Young University courses taught:

French 201: Intermediate French, part I. Reading, writing, conversation, vocabulary building, and review of grammar. (2 sections)

French 202: Intermediate French, part II. Final course for GE Languages of Learning requirement; extensive reading in French literature and culture. (1 section)

Carlos has served twice as TA for a Vanderbilt study abroad program in France: MHS 256 Healthcare in France and in the U.S. (May 2014 and May 2015)

He also served as a TA for the study abroad program Fren 3230 French and Francophone Cinema in in May 2016

Additionally, he taught intensive college Spanish courses at the beginner level for 7 semesters at BYU, and has over 3 years of experience developing online and text based French and Spanish courses K-12. In July of 2016 he taught ESL for three immersion week-long programs in the cities of Warsaw and Wroclaw (Poland) and Prague (Czech Republic).

 

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