A Boston native, Liz has been a familiar face at the French Cultural Center for many years. She received her degree in French, English, and Food Studies from Georgetown University and loves being in the kitchen, preferably in an apron. After time spent in Dijon, Boston, Washington D.C., and Strasbourg, Liz has taught both English and French to all ages and enjoys meeting all the different students who end up in her classes.
Classes Recently Taught
Teens learning French as a foreign language develop their language skills through engaging lessons, hands-on workshops, field trips and other fun activities in this dynamic full-immersion program with a morning language component and an afternoon cultural discovery component.Read More
Children ages 9-12 develop their comprehension and speaking skills using a task-based approach through a variety of engaging and fun activities in this full-immersion language program.Read More
Our youngest students encounter French for the first time or continue their discovery of the language through nursery rhymes, stories, and games. Children are encouraged to listen, move and speak a little.Read More
Focusing on oral comprehension and speaking, children with native or near-native French skills learn through songs, games, movement and role-plays. This course also integrates reading and writing activities with short stories and French literature.Read More