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Focused on communicative and contextualized activities, this text uses authentic materials and examples to prepare students for their careers. Through use of video and audio exercises, the text further fosters students' oral proficiency. Upon completion of the text, students will have created a personalized job portfolio that can be immediately used as a model when entering the Francophone job market.
Amy Hubbell teaches at Kansas State University, and she has at Baylor University and Eastern Michigan University, and English at the Université de Lausanne, Switzerland and the Lycée Chateaubriand in Rennes,. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Michigan. She is a specialist in twentieth-century French and Francophone literature.