Advanced level Creole course!
Do you want to increase your Creole proficiency by working your speaking, reading and writing skills?
The Embassy of Haiti is offering a free Advanced-level Creole course this autumn just for you!
The six-week course is designed specifically for Creole Intermediate and advanced Speakers, and will be
taught by Dr. Marie Marcelle Racine. Classes will take place at the Embassy of Haiti on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings from Oct. 7th to Nov. 13th 2014 from 6:00pm until 8:00pm, as per calendar below:
Tuesday, Oct 7th Thursday, Oct 9th
Tuesday, Oct 14th Thursday, Oct 16th
Tuesday, Oct 21st Thursday, Oct 23rd
Tuesday, Oct 28th Thursday, Oct 30th
Tuesday, Nov 4th Thursday, Nov 6th
Tuesday, Nov. 11th Thursday, Nov 13th
How to register:
- Do not respond to this message. Send an email to email@example.com
- Indicate “Advanced-level Creole Course Registration” in the subject line
- Provide your full name, telephone number and email address.
- Briefly indicate your past experience in Creole, and what motivates you to take this class.
- Class capacity: 20 students, so register early!
Registration deadline: Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 by 12-noon
Out of consideration for others, we ask that you register only if you can commit to the full schedule.
About Dr. Racine:
Dr. Marie Marcelle B. Racine is professor of French and Linguistics at the University of the District of Columbia. She has served the University on numerous committees and in various administrative capacities, including Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages, and Associate Dean and Acting Dean of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts.
Dr. Racine received a “Certificat de License” from the University of Lille (France), a Master’s degree in Romance Languages from Howard University and a Ph.D. in French and Linguistics from Georgetown University. Dr. Racine was also the recipient of a fellowship in higher education academic administration from the American Council on Education.
Professor Racine’s teaching and scholarship focus on French and Creole languages, linguistics and literature, as well as Francophone literatures and cultures. She also works on critical education issues, facilitates professional development and collaborates in research, planning for transformational change and assessment of student learning.
Address of the Embassy:
2311 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC 20008