Audrey Hoffmann

French Lecturer

Audrey Hoffmann studied at the Sorbonne, where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in French Literature, a Bachelor’s Degree in Second Language Acquisition, and a Master’s Degree in French Literature. She wrote two Master’s Degree theses: « Marivaux au regard de Molière : étude sur les ressorts du comique » and « La naissance de l’intimité dans la correspondance de Sabran et Bouffers ». After passing a national competitive examination (the CAPES), she taught for two years in middle-schools near Paris. Then, she moved to the United States to become a Lector at Yale University where she worked for four years, teaching all levels of French language as well as creative writing. She also worked for the Yale Summer Program and took Yale students around France. At Yale, she contributed to the textbook and workbook of the third edition of the Capretz Method, French in Action. Her teaching interests at The Ohio State University include French Grammar, Phonology, and Introduction to French culture and literature.

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