Elizabeth Giltner

Elizabeth Giltner, Ph.D.

Education

  • Ph.D. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from The University of Central Florida (2016)
  • M.A. in French Pedagogy from The University of Arizona (2002)
  • B.A. in French (Business) from The University of Arizona (2000)

Research Interests

Second Language Acquisition
Pedagogy
Corrective feedback & writing

Recent Research Activities

Dissertation: The Effect of Feedback Medium on Accuracy with English Articles

Courses

Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
10668 FRE1121C Ele French Language & Civ Ⅱ Face to Face Instruction (P) M,W,F 11:30 AM - 12:20 PM Unavailable
No Description Available
10989 FRE1121C Ele French Language & Civ Ⅱ Face to Face Instruction (P) Tu,Th 09:00 AM - 10:15 AM Unavailable
No Description Available
11213 FRE1121C Ele French Language & Civ Ⅱ World Wide Web (W) Unavailable
No Description Available
11165 FRE2200 Int French Language & Civ Ⅰ World Wide Web (W) Unavailable
No Description Available
Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
81742 FRE1121C Ele French Language & Civ Ⅱ World Wide Web (W) Available

This elementary-level, second-semester French course is intended to further introduce students to the speaking, reading, writing, and listening components of the French language. With an emphasis on exposure to French and Francophone cultures, this class will develop active communication skills, strengthen reading skills and cultural awareness, and build a strong linguistic base. We will examine grammatical structures, vocabulary, and cultural elements through activities that place an emphasis on real-life contexts and situations that one can encounter when traveling or living in the Francophone world. These aspects of Francophone language and culture will be reinforced by course activities. At the conclusion of your second semester in French, you will have mastered the basic vocabulary and structures of the French language and acquired a better understanding of the breadth of French and Francophone life. 

81768 FRE1121C Ele French Language & Civ Ⅱ World Wide Web (W) Available

This elementary-level, second-semester French course is intended to further introduce students to the speaking, reading, writing, and listening components of the French language. With an emphasis on exposure to French and Francophone cultures, this class will develop active communication skills, strengthen reading skills and cultural awareness, and build a strong linguistic base. We will examine grammatical structures, vocabulary, and cultural elements through activities that place an emphasis on real-life contexts and situations that one can encounter when traveling or living in the Francophone world. These aspects of Francophone language and culture will be reinforced by course activities. At the conclusion of your second semester in French, you will have mastered the basic vocabulary and structures of the French language and acquired a better understanding of the breadth of French and Francophone life. 

92132 FRE1121C Ele French Language & Civ Ⅱ World Wide Web (W) Available

This elementary-level, second-semester French course is intended to further introduce students to the speaking, reading, writing, and listening components of the French language. With an emphasis on exposure to French and Francophone cultures, this class will develop active communication skills, strengthen reading skills and cultural awareness, and build a strong linguistic base. We will examine grammatical structures, vocabulary, and cultural elements through activities that place an emphasis on real-life contexts and situations that one can encounter when traveling or living in the Francophone world. These aspects of Francophone language and culture will be reinforced by course activities. At the conclusion of your second semester in French, you will have mastered the basic vocabulary and structures of the French language and acquired a better understanding of the breadth of French and Francophone life. 

No courses found for Summer 2020.

Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
18023 FRE1121C Ele French Language & Civ Ⅱ Face to Face Instruction (P) M,W,F 09:30 AM - 10:20 AM Unavailable

This beginner French 2 course is intended to further introduce students to the speaking, reading, writing, and listening components of the French language. With an emphasis on exposure to French and Francophone cultures, this class will develop active communication skills, strengthen reading skills and cultural awareness, and build a strong linguistic base. We will examine grammatical structures, vocabulary, and cultural elements through activities that place an emphasis on real-life contexts and situations that one can encounter when traveling or living in the Francophone world. These aspects of Francophone language and culture will be reinforced by means of group work, drills and presentations. At the conclusion of your second semester in French, you will have mastered the basic vocabulary and structures of the French language and acquired a better understanding of the breadth of French and Francophone life. 

18288 FRE1121C Ele French Language & Civ Ⅱ World Wide Web (W) Available

This beginner French 2 course is intended to further introduce students to the speaking, reading, writing, and listening components of the French language. With an emphasis on exposure to French and Francophone cultures, this class will develop active communication skills, strengthen reading skills and cultural awareness, and build a strong linguistic base. We will examine grammatical structures, vocabulary, and cultural elements through activities that place an emphasis on real-life contexts and situations that one can encounter when traveling or living in the Francophone world. These aspects of Francophone language and culture will be reinforced by means of group work, drills and presentations. At the conclusion of your second semester in French, you will have mastered the basic vocabulary and structures of the French language and acquired a better understanding of the breadth of French and Francophone life. 

19555 FRE1121C Ele French Language & Civ Ⅱ World Wide Web (W) Unavailable

This beginner French 2 course is intended to further introduce students to the speaking, reading, writing, and listening components of the French language. With an emphasis on exposure to French and Francophone cultures, this class will develop active communication skills, strengthen reading skills and cultural awareness, and build a strong linguistic base. We will examine grammatical structures, vocabulary, and cultural elements through activities that place an emphasis on real-life contexts and situations that one can encounter when traveling or living in the Francophone world. These aspects of Francophone language and culture will be reinforced by means of group work, drills and presentations. At the conclusion of your second semester in French, you will have mastered the basic vocabulary and structures of the French language and acquired a better understanding of the breadth of French and Francophone life. 

17065 FRE2201 Int French Language & Civ Ⅱ Face to Face Instruction (P) M,W,F 12:30 PM - 01:20 PM Unavailable

This fourth-semester French (French 4) course is intended to help student review and develop their speaking, reading, writing, and listening skills in French. With an emphasis on exposure to authentic French and Francophone materials, this class will develop active communication skills, strengthen reading skills and cultural awareness, and build a strong linguistic base. Students will complete group and individual work online and in face-to-face class meetings to achieve the objectives of the course.  

Students will complete multiple activities each week during the semester.  These activities are designed to help students explore content that interests them while completing work that will prepare them for the demands of upper-division French courses and lived experiences they might have in a Francophone setting.

Students have a variety of course activities that they can complete to earn points toward their final grade. 

Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
89751 FRE1121C Ele French Language & Civ Ⅱ Mixed-Mode/Reduce Seat-Time(M) M,W 10:30 AM - 11:20 AM Available

This beginner French 2 course is intended to further introduce students to the speaking, reading, writing, and listening components of the French language. With an emphasis on exposure to French and Francophone cultures, this class will develop active communication skills, strengthen reading skills and cultural awareness, and build a strong linguistic base. We will examine grammatical structures, vocabulary, and cultural elements through activities that place an emphasis on real-life contexts and situations that one can encounter when traveling or living in the Francophone world. These aspects of Francophone language and culture will be reinforced by means of group work, drills and presentations. At the conclusion of your second semester in French, you will have mastered the basic vocabulary and structures of the French language and acquired a better understanding of the breadth of French and Francophone life. 

89256 FRE2201 Int French Language & Civ Ⅱ Mixed-Mode/Reduce Seat-Time(M) M,W 12:30 PM - 01:20 PM Available

This fourth-semester French (French 4) course is intended to review and develop the speaking, reading, writing, and listening components of the French language. With an emphasis on exposure to French and Francophone cultures, this class will develop active communication skills, strengthen reading skills and cultural awareness, and build a strong linguistic base. Students will complete group and individual work online and in face-to-face class meetings to achieve the objectives of the course.  

We will examine grammatical structures and cultural elements through activities that place an emphasis on real-life contexts and situations that one can encounter when traveling or living in the Francophone world. These aspects of Francophone language and culture will be reinforced by means of group work, drills and presentations. At the conclusion of your second semester in French, you will have mastered the basic vocabulary and structures of the French language and acquired an understanding of the breadth of French and Francophone life.

90194 FRE3300 French Grammar Face to Face Instruction (P) M,W,F 09:30 AM - 10:20 AM Available

This course is intended to develop students’ grammatical knowledge and accuracy in French.  Emphasis will be placed on listening, speaking, reading, and writing in French using increasingly complex grammatical structures.  At the conclusion of the course, students will be able to accurately use grammatical features to communicate effectively in French at an advanced proficiency level.  Students will be expected to review content before coming to class and will be expected to demonstrate their understanding in class activities.  Hand-written homework will be completed to allow students to demonstrate their knowledge throughout the semester.  Tests and compositions will be administered periodically to assess student mastery of grammatical features of French.

Students enrolled in this course are expected to have an intermediate-level, working knowledge of French including (but not limited to):

  • Parts of speech
  • How French sentences and questions are structured
  • Verb conjugations of regular and irregular verbs (présent, passé composé, imparfait, futur simple, conditionnel, subjonctif)
  • Several negations (not just the use of « ne…pas »)
92001 FRT3451 Fre Translation Interpretation Face to Face Instruction (P) M,W 02:30 PM - 03:20 PM Available

This course is designed for native English speakers with advanced level of French and for French native speakers with near-native level of proficiency in English. Through the text and the materials presented in this course, students will study the basic concepts of English to French translation and Interpretation. Advanced knowledge of French and English syntax is required. The course will focus on the written text with practice in interpretation as a secondary objective.

Updated: Sep 1, 2020