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C. Brian Barnett

  • Title: Lecturer of French
  • Additional Title: Director of French Language Instruction | Second-Year French Supervisor
  • Phone: On leave Fall 2014, Winter 2015, & Spring 2015
  • Affiliated Departments: Linguistics
  • Curriculum Vitae

Education

Degrees/Certificates and locations:
Ph.D. in language education, Indiana University at Bloomington
Secondary school certification (French), Indiana University at Bloomington
M.A. in French instruction, Indiana University at Bloomington
B.A. in French & Spanish, Kansas State University

Research and teaching interests:

Francophone communities of the Americas (Louisiana, Acadia, Quebec, Caribbean)
World languages pedagogy
Strategies & styles based instruction
Materials & curriculum development
Bilingual education
Francophone children's literature
Francophone comics
Service learning

Dissertation:

Barnett, C. B. (2010). French immersion teachers' attitudes toward Louisiana varieties of French and the integration of such varieties in their classroom: A Quantitative and qualitative analysis. Co-chairs Martha Nyikos and Kevin Rottet. Indiana University at Bloomington.

Departmental Travel Blog:

Courses taught:

Undergraduate:
FR 201, FR 202, & FR 203 Second-Year French
FR 307 Oral Skills
FR 320 Advanced French Grammar
FR 399 Héritages francophones aux États-Unis
FR 407 La Louisiane francophone 

Undergraduate/Graduate: 
RL 410/510 Language Teaching Planning 

Graduate:
FR 609 Practicum Second-Year Pedagogy
EDST 634 Second Language Conversation & Composition (in Education Studies' UO Teach program)
LT 610 Learning Styles and Strategies (in Linguistics' Language Teaching Specialization MA)

Quotations:

Lâche pas ! (expression franco-louisianaise)

Links

Canadian Studies at the University of Oregon: http://pages.uoregon.edu/ocias/CanadianStudies/
Language Teacher Specialization Profile: http://lts.uoregon.edu/people/faculty