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Terri Schroth

Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures (French and Spanish)

B.A., St. Norbert College
M.A., Arizona State University
Ph.D., Louisiana State University

Programs: French, Spanish

Terri Schroth is an associate professor of French and Spanish and has been at St. Norbert College since 2020. She teaches introductory and intermediate French and Spanish language courses as well as upper-level French courses.

Professor Schroth specializes in introductory Spanish language learning, French Cultural Studies, immigrant studies and literature in French expression, experiential learning abroad, and international education (study abroad). Schroth is an educator-scholar, focusing much of her research on student experiences and learner perspectives. Her published research has focused on student motivation in learning French or Spanish as well as learner anxiety. She also has studied and published research regarding students’ perspectives and perceptions of learning while studying abroad in programs in the target (host/foreign) language. Furthermore, Schroth examines the plurality of immigrant voices and identities as exhibited through immigrant literature, film, and multi- media in French and topics in la Francophonie (the French-speaking world).

SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish 1
FREN 101 Elementary French 1
FREN 102 Elementary French 2
FREN 203 Intermediate French 1 (Theme: French Language and Society through Film)
FREN 204 Intermediate French 2 (Theme: Communication in French and Francophone Contexts)
FREN 400 Senior Capstone Seminar: Contemporary French Society (Topics vary)
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