French Tutorials for Shaw University
Students, Staff, and Faculty
This is an attempt to help the Foreign Languages Section of the Department of Humanities with the task of providing impetus to increase interest and enrollment. In this technology-driven age, the world is shrinking at an unprecedented pace.
1. What do you call a person who speaks two languages?
2. What do you call a person who speaks three or more languages?
Answer: Multilingual or Polyglot
3. And what do you call a person who speaks only ONE language?
Dr. Blair's priority objective is to prove the last answer wrong, and we are here to help make it happen right here at Shaw University.
"STRIDES TO EXCELLENCE: ONLY THE BEST!"
For questions related to registration for French courses, please contact
Dr. L. M. Blair
Dept of Humanities
For French tutorials, please see my
French Tutorials for Garner Senior High School Students
Academic year: 2003-2004
I am grateful to the authorities of Garner Senior High School (GSH) and to Mrs. Awad, for giving me the opportunity to help boost students' interest in learning French as an international language. I was available at GHS for consultation every week on Tuesday and/or Thursday for 1 1/2 - 3 hours. For details, please contact Mrs. Awad.
ESL and French Tutorials for North Garner Middle School Students
Academic year: 2004-2005
Volunteer work: Helping students overcome language barriers in the classroom
Thursdays, from 7:30 am -12:30 pm
Tutoring and mentoring can be fun. I am enjoying what I am doing at North Garner Middle School, and I am grateful to Ms Bailey, Ms Goldsberry, and other faculty for giving me such a wonderful opportunity.