Spring 2024

Section 4927 of FREN2
Elementary French-Part 2 -- : Jan 17 - May 15 2024
This section will meet online at the day(s) and time(s) listed. Students are expected to be present for the duration of these live online meetings. Students are expected to have access to a functional computer with internet access and webcam for viewing, recording, and uploading videos and texts.

Section 5054 of FREN1
Elementary French-Part 1 -- : Jan 16 - May 16 2024

Section 6070 of FREN1
Elementary French-Part 1 -- : Jan 16 - May 17 2024
This section has no regularly scheduled meetings. Students are expected to have access to a functional computer with internet access and webcam for viewing, recording, and uploading videos and texts.

Section 6517 of FREN3
Intermediate French-Part 1 -- : Jan 16 - May 17 2024
This section will meet online at the day(s) and time(s) listed. Students are expected to be present for the duration of these live online meetings. There will be additional course content delivered asynchronously. Students are expected to have access to a functional computer with internet access and webcam for viewing, recording, and uploading videos and texts.

Section 7147 of FREN1
Elementary French-Part 1 -- : Jan 16 - May 17 2024
This section has no regularly scheduled meetings. Students are expected to have access to a functional computer with internet access and webcam for viewing, recording, and uploading videos and texts.

Fall 2023

Section 0920 of FREN4
Intermediate French-Part 2 -- : Aug 14 - Dec 08 2023
This section has no regularly scheduled meetings. Students are expected to have access to a functional computer with internet access and webcam for viewing, recording, and uploading videos and texts.

Section 1017 of FREN1
Elementary French-Part 1 -- : Aug 14 - Dec 06 2023

Section 1022 of FREN2
Elementary French-Part 2 -- : Aug 15 - Dec 07 2023
This section will meet online at the day(s) and time(s) listed. Students are expected to be present for the duration of these live online meetings.

Section 1860 of FREN2
Elementary French-Part 2 -- : Aug 14 - Dec 06 2023

Monday

  • 9:45 AM - 10:30 AMEmeritus Hall 1532Santa Rosa Campus
  • 12:30 PM - 1:00 PMEmeritus Hall 1532Santa Rosa Campus

Wednesday

  • 9:45 AM - 10:30 AMEmeritus Hall 1532Santa Rosa Campus
  • 12:30 PM - 1:00 PMEmeritus Hall 1532Santa Rosa Campus

2017 Ph.D., Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

Dissertation: Enhancing Visual and Critical Media Literacy in Foreign Language Classrooms through Media Production and Digital Narratives: Students’ Voice and Agency.
Minor in Multidisciplinary Studies – Semiotics, Media Arts, French Cinema.

2013 Master of Arts in French. Concentration in Teaching French as a Foreign Language, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

2010 Master of Arts in Francophone Studies, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, LA.

1999 Maîtrise FLE “Français Langue Etrangère”: Educational degree to teach French as a foreign language. University of Perpignan, France.

1995 Licence de Lettres Modernes, University of Perpignan, France.

Certifications: 

2015 Test de Connaissance du Français (TCF): Certification by the International Center of Pedagogical Studies (CIEP_https://www.ciep.fr/en/tcf), Sèvres, France.

2006 Foreign Language Elementary and Middle School Certification (French PK – 8th; Language Arts Immersion French 6th- 8th) by the State Department of Education of
Louisiana.

Dr. Elyse B. Petit, a native of southern France, is Faculty and Program Coordinator in French at Santa Rosa Junior College, California. Before earning her Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching at the University of Arizona, she taught French as a Foreign Language in K-12 settings in France and the United States. Her research interests focus on designing curricula grounded in Multiliteracies and Slow Teaching approaches. She is currently working on developing open resource materials to support equity and foster languaculture and social justice awareness.

 

Professional Areas of Interest

 

 

Presentations and Publications

Publications: 

Petit, E. (2022). Je suis Charlie: addressing social justice issues through the lens of critical media literacy. In: Davidson, K., Johnson, S., & Randolph. L.J (eds) How we take Action: Social Justice in K-16 Language Classrooms. (Age Publishing)

Petit, Elyse. (2020). Digital storytelling for developing students’ agency through the process of design: a case study. In Dupuy, Béatrice; Grosbois, Muriel (Eds), Language learning and professionalization in higher education: pathways to preparing learners and teachers in/for the 21st century (pp. 137-166). Research-publishing.net.
https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2020.44.1104

Petit, E. (June 2018). Promouvoir les littéracies visuelles et médiatiques à travers l’analyse et la production de textes multimodaux dans les cours de langues. In the
Réseaux Sociaux Traces Numériques Communication Electronique, Actes du Colloque International, Le Havre, France.

Michelson, K., & Petit, E. (2017). Becoming Social Actors: Designing a Global Simulation for Situated Language and Culture Learning. AAUSC 2017 Volume-Issue
in Engaging the World: Social Pedagogies and Language Learning,

Durand, A-P., Petit, E. (2014). The Teaching of French and Digital Humanities. In the Communication Electronique, Cultures and Identités, Actes du Colloque International, Le Havre. Klog. 225 -232

Dupuy, B., Michelson, K., & Petit, E. (2013). Fostering multiliteracies through a global simulation approach in intermediate French: A curricular project. In The Language Resource, a monthly publication of the National Capital Resource Center, 17(1).

Presentations: 

Petit, E., White, B., Dubosson, A.S. (2020, October 25). Revisiting Foreign Language curriculum through the implementation of the Slow Teaching and Multiliteracies pedagogical approaches. Paper for presentation at the Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), Nashville, Tennessee.

2020 Petit, E., McGinley, M. (2020, February 15). Promoting Student Engagement with Digital Journals in Foreign Language Courses. Paper for presentation at the Northeast
Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (NECTFL), New-York City, NY

Petit, E. (2019, July 16). Encourager l’interculturalité et la prise de position par l’intégration de projets numériques en classe de langue. Paper for presentation at the AATF
Annual Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Petit, E. (June 2018). Promouvoir les littéracies visuelles et médiatiques à travers l’analyse et la production de textes multimodaux dans les cours de langues. Paper for presentation at the Réseaux Sociaux Traces Numériques Communication Electronique International Colloquium, Le Havre, France.

Petit, E. & Dupuy, B. (2017, May 18). Digital Social Reading: Affordances of digital social annotation tools for literacy development in the L2 French intermediate classroom. Paper for presentation at the CALICO conference, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Petit, E. & Michelson, K. (2017, March 3). Engaging L2 learners in authentic discourse communities through a Global Simulation pedagogy. Paper for presentation at the
Southwest Conference on Language Teaching (SWCOLT), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Petit, E. (2016, July 6). De la pop culture aux attaques terroristes: l’éducation aux médias en classe de français langue étrangère. Paper for presentation at the AATF Annual Conference, Austin, Texas.