• mme baldwin                                                                                           
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Frances Baldwin, French M.A.  
             
       

     

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    Tutoring:  Tu/Thurs "B" Block and others days, as needed!
     
    French Club meets in room 4302
    National French Honor Society meets on Wednesdays during "B" Block, 4302
     
    MyHumble link
     
    National French Contest:  Login for Practice or Test Now!

    Sample on-line test

    A quick 12 question sample is available here. There will be some formatting changes in the final version, but this will give you a good idea of how the on-line version will work. Please try it out on different devices to give you a good idea of how the on-line Contest will function.

    For general information visit www.frenchteachers.org

     
     
     
    As the first-born American of French immigrant parents, I spoke French before learning English.  I've lived in Germany, France; New York and Los Angeles and in many U.S.cities between our two coasts.  While living in Los Angeles, I became NBC's French interpreter for its #1 hit cartoon television series The Smurfs, and spent five years at the Hanna-Barbera studio editing and writing smurfy scripts (see Frances Novier).
     
    In 1989 I left Los Angeles with my husband and we came to the Kingwood area to raise our two children near family. Our children are Kingwood High School graduates! 
     
    I graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Houston in 2000; in 2011 from the University of North Texas with a Master's in French, and have been teaching French in Humble ISD since 2001.
     
    For me, sharing the French culture and language is not just a way to earn a salary, it's a love.
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