Full-time lecturer of French and Managing Director, International French for Specific Purposes Exam Center
Guilford House 205
Fabienne Pizot-Haymore joined the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at CWRU in 2000. Her multifaceted experience in language instruction includes teaching all levels of high-school French, developing, and implementing a curriculum for a US Department of Education program, and for various institutions encompassing community colleges and private language centers. In France, Fabienne tutored and taught French and English as a Second Language, preparing students for the English test of the Baccalauréat exam. She is an active freelance translator.
Involved in bridging gaps in foreign language education for English speakers and for speakers of languages other than English, Fabienne is interested in standardized language tests scoring and development to refine her adaptive expertise approach to language instruction. Fabienne’s interests also include cognition–specifically as it pertains to language acquisition–semeiotics and theater in translation.
Fabienne Pizot-Haymore received a Master’s of Arts Degree in English and a Certificate in Didactics of English Teaching from Université Paul Valéry (Montpellier, France); a Master’s Degree in French from CWRU; a Master’s Degree in Applied Linguistics from Kent State University; a Certificate in Didactics of Teaching French for Professions from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris. She is the recipient of the 2019 Certificate of Innovation, a certificate of recognition presented by the French Consulate of Chicago and the French-American Chamber of Commerce of Northeast Ohio.