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Daily Life in the French Classroom

Elisabeth, Communications, French | Originally Published: 5/11/2018

Have you ever wondered what French class was like? Well here’s an inside look at how the class operates! 

French students learningIn Professor Rozenkopf’s French 1 class, you’ll find a lot of students who are eager to learn and master a new language. The entire class is engaged and having fun while delving into a language that is very different from our own. 

French is one of the love languages and is spoken all over the world. It is not an easy language to learn, but if you’re dedicated you will really see yourself become more fluent! 

The average morning in our French class starts with a wonderful tutor, Sylvain, who helps us correct our homework and answers any questions we may have. We appreciate his hard work so much, it really helps add enrichment to our class. 

Next, we open our textbooks and put the day’s lesson on the board so we can go over it as a class. We work on pronunciation, sentence structure, and composition. It’s so fun to learn something new with fellow classmates. It’s good to laugh at ourselves when we mispronounce words or forget our grammar rules. 

Finally, we record the day’s lesson so we can review it at home while completing homework. This helps us keep the lesson fresh in our minds so we never forget what we’ve learned. 

Professor Rozenkopf has helped our class grow and learn so much through this semester. I’m constantly reminded of why I love the French language. 

 

About The Author

Elisabeth is in her second semester at LACC and is majoring in Communications. She has always had an appreciation for culture, art, and history. Outside of school, she enjoys reading, writing, and creative outlets that fuel her curiosity.

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