Mégan Christ

Switzerland

Bio

Mégan graduated in Art Education from the University of Basel. She also holds a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Zurich and a BA in History of Art, Modern French and Italian from the University of Lausanne. Deeply interested in learning languages, Megan also likes to write poetry and is passionate about wood engraving. She believes that languages offer unique opportunities to expand feeling and make connections because it raises questions, provokes and inspires. Bringing French culture closer to a public in a stimulating environment is an interesting way to explore, share and enjoy.

Classes Recently Taught

Beginner French 1 (Absolute Beginner)

Beginner
Starting April 3, 2018 3 hours per week for 10 weeks

Never had any previous instruction in French? Looking for an in-depth introduction to understanding and communicating about basics? This class is designed especially for you; no prior experience necessary!

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Advanced Beginner French 1 Accelerated

Advanced Beginner
Starting April 3, 2018 6 hours per week for 5 weeks (April 3 - May 3)

Time to go beyond the basics! Gain the grammar, vocabulary and confidence you'll need to write a poem, talk about your interests, ask for help putting together the perfect outfit and much more.

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Beginner French 1 (limited prior experience)

Beginner
Starting April 2, 2018 3 hours per week for 10 weeks

Are you ready to kick-start your French education? Learn to introduce yourself, talk about your new neighbors, describe your personal preferences and much more!

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Les Canards

4 Years old
Starting March 31, 2018 1.5 hours per week for 10 weeks

A fun and dynamic class for young children learning French as a foreign language that focuses on developing speaking and listening skills through language immersion activities.

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Les Castors

7 to 8 Years old
Starting March 31, 2018 1.5 hours per week for 10 weeks

Building on previous exposure to French children with native or near-native French skills are encouraged to express themselves, both orally and in writing, across a range of fun and creative activities.

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