Joyce Guidi is an adjunct faculty in the French and Italian Department at Brigham Young University. Her work in obtaining a Masters in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching allowed her to have many teaching opportunities to be a French teacher and drove her to study the balance between French and English in a French-language classroom.
My area of focus lays in the study of the use of French and English while teaching French as a second language. I have defended and published a thesis on that exact topic that is available for anybody to read.
BYU provides many opportunities for the study of various second languages that are spoken around the world. I enjoy teaching courses on French grammar and French conversation and am passionate about helping students improve their speaking abilities as a faculty member of the French-Speaking Lab at BYU. My passion for quality learning is carried through every single level of French that I teach, and I feel extremely blessed to be part of this department and college.