Time Slots

Thursdays - Session 1 (Sept 14 - Oct 12), 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

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If you feel that you have gained enough of the basics and would like to dive into some Classics but you are intimidated by what both the words Literature and Conversation imply, this course is for you! We have tailored our field of study for advanced beginner learners and are eager to travel to various fictional destinations together!

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About Notre Dame de Paris
We are in Paris, in 1482. The beautiful bohemian Esmeralda dances in the streets to the sound of a tambourine. Her youth and beauty attracted the attention of many men: the archdeacon of Notre-Dame, the captain of the archers, Phoebus de Châteaupers, the poet Pierre Gringoire who became her husband. Quasimodo, the bell ringer of the cathedral, a poor, hunchbacked, one-eyed and deaf man, is also very much in love with her...But who is this beautiful Esmeralda? And how does she respond to the love of these men?

Key Language Concepts:
Written and Verbal Comprehension – Verbal production + vocabulary expansion and critical thinking analysis in targeted language