French Media: Reading, Watching and Listening to French News *NEW*

Do you love the French language and are interested in learning more about French current affairs? Would you like to navigate French media and tune into different topics of interest? If yes, then this class is designed just for you. We will read articles from the French press, watch clips from television and also listen to snippets from French radio. You will learn some new vocabulary, practice your listening and conversational skills and enjoy the cultural exposure. We will cover a range of different subjects including politics, economy, entertainment and more. For students with an intermediate or advanced level (CEFR B1 and above). Instructor: Neha Coureil



Start Date

February 27, 2020









4 Thursdays, 5:30-7pm. Begins Feb. 27

Instructors: Neha Coureil


Neha Coureil

Neha Coureil was born and raised in India. She started learning French at 13 and went on to do a Masters in French from Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi. After teaching at the Alliance Française de Bombay for a few years she entered the corporate world of French multinational companies. Subsequently, an MBA from the HEC School of Business in Paris proved to be the steppingstone to an international career in Europe and Asia. She moved to the United States in 2007 with her husband and has since been involved with non profit organizations in New England. Joining CCAE as an instructor has allowed her to combine her love for the French language, movies and teaching!