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Robert G Erickson — Assistant Professor
French Studies

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Contact Information

Office: 3105 JFSB

Phone: 422-5193

Email: rob_erickson@byu.edu

Commonly Taught Courses FREN 201 Intermediate French Pt 1 FREN 202 Intermediate French Pt 2 FREN 321 Advanced French Grammar FREN 362 French Civilization from 1715 FREN 345 Francophone Culture FREN 377 Language Teaching Procedures FREN 378 French Teaching Practicum French 620 Advanced Studies in French Culture French 670R Advanced Oral and Written Communication French 690R Proficiency Oriented Classrooms ScEd 276R Exploration of Teaching Foreign Languages ScEd 476R Student Teaching Ling 580R Problems in Linguistics & Applied Linguistics

Vita: Link to Vita

Biography: CURRENT ASSIGNMENTS • Associate Director for Curriculum and Instruction, Center for Language Studies • Supervisor French Teaching BA Program PUBLICATIONS • Testing Program, Mais oui! 4th Edition, Thompson and Phillips. (2008, Houghton Mifflin). • Walking Through Paris’ History: Walks for BYU Paris Study Abroad, (equal author with Marc Olivier and Corry Cropper), 2008, BYU David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies. • Book Review : Bruno de la Salle "Plaidoyer pour les arts de la parole". Lingua Romana, 5, 1 (Fall 2006). URL: http://linguaromana.byu.edu/erickson5.html • “Pourquoi les Américains étudient-ils le français ?" La Langue Française, 23 (December 2004): 22-23. • Testing Program, Ensuite, 4th Edition, Thompson and Hirsch, (2003, McGraw Hill). • Workbook (revision), Ensuite, 4th Edition, Thompson and Hirsch, (2003, McGraw Hill). • Advanced Placement French Course. (2002, Power-Glide and Apex Learning). Online high-school French course. • Testing Program, Mais oui!, Thompson and Phillips. (1996, D.C. Heather & Company). STUDY ABROAD and FRENCH TEACHERS INSTITUTE • Director of BYU French Teachers Institute, Summer 2006 and 2009 • Co-director of Study Abroad in Paris and Southern France, Spring

Degrees: BA, Brigham Young U., 1971
MA, Middlebury College, 1975
PhD, Brigham Young U., 2000

Interests: Second Language Acquisition
Psychometrics (Testing)
Curriculum Design
Instructional Design