This class assumes working knowledge of French, reading and speaking. Students, who are interested in travel and provide input into the curriculum, may talk about their past and recent trips to France. They also learn about traveling across the regions of France. They learn or review vocabulary, expressions and phrases used when traveling in France by air, train, bus, taxi, etc. through dialogues and role-play situations. They discover the things to see and the things to do while visiting the regions of France: monuments, museums, cathedrals, food/restaurants, local treasures, national parks, etc. through current articles and documents. No textbook required.
Maurice Bombrun is a French native, experienced teacher and bilingual dual citizen. He teaches and tutors privately with local private and public schools, and has worked for Alliance Francaise. With undergraduate studies at the Sorbonne and LSE London, he holds Master’s degrees from Sciences Po Paris and the University of Grenoble.