Arnaud D. De La Tour
Mr. Arnaud D. De La Tour, B.A.
Department of Modern Languages
Professor A. De La Tour has taught French for more
than 20 years.
He started teaching in Marseilles, France,
where I taught adults from North Africa: Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria, who
lived in France.
In 1999 he moved to San Diego, CA where he
continued his career as a French professor; there he taught children and teenagers
in a bilingual school, at an elementary and middle school level. At this
bilingual school, he was as professor and also in charge of the development of
a French program as a second language curriculum. In addition, he taught
private French lessons to teenagers, most of them high school students and to
adults who wanted to learn and/or improve their French.
Then, in 2007 he moved to Mexico, where he was
hired to create a French curriculum and to teach French for a Private American
High School. Together with his wife, they founded a French institute in Mexico
for Students from 7 to 77 years.
In 2009 he moved back to the US and in 2010,
he starts as a French Adjunct instructor at UTB.
For spring 2014, he was hired as a full time
lecturer in French.
French 1311 (Beginning French I)
(Beginning French I)
French 2311 (Intermediate French I
(Intermediate French II)
Master Degree of
Education in Bilingual Education with emphasis in Second
Language Education (University of Texas
21-credits “Master des métiers de l’enseignement de l’éducation
et de la formation” (21-credits Master
degree in Education, Aix-Marseille, France)
“Licence des Sciences de l’éducation” (Bachelor’s degree in Education,