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Teaching Assistantship

How to Become a Lecteur/Lectrice d’Anglais or Maître de Langue at a French University

-+*The English Assistantship is a great way for Anglophones to work in France and gain teaching experience in elementary or secondary schools, without necessarily having a university degree. However, if you are working towards or have a graduate degree and would like to teach English at a university in France, you can apply to be […] Continue reading →

The End Again

-+*Yesterday was my last day as an English assistant for the second year. I’m glad to no longer have to drive nearly an hour to work, but not so happy about no longer having an income. I have a feeling I won’t be able to find another teaching job until September – maybe I’ll even […] Continue reading →

Last trimester

-+*La rentrée has been a little difficult for me. My schedule changed so now I work all day long Thursday & Friday, but only afternoons on Tuesday and every other Wednesday morning. My school is currently doing the bac blanc which means some of my classes are cancelled because the students are doing the practice […] Continue reading →

What I do

-+*I realized I hadn’t posted about the assistantship in a long time, so here’s a summary of what I’ve been doing at work lately: On Tuesdays, I have all secondes (10th grade), so I try to focus on vocabulary and pronunciation. We’ve done geography of the US, describing people, and American high schools in the […] Continue reading →