Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures

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JoAnn Hammadou-Sullivan

  • Professor of French
  • Swan Hall 102 - Office Hours: MW 11:00-12:00, 2:00-3:00
  • Phone: 401.874.4712
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The Ohio State University, Ph.D. (Foreign Language Education), August, 1988
Dissertation Title: The Effect of Analogy on Foreign language Reading Comprehension of Advanced and Novice
Readers of French
University of New Hampshire, M.A. (Secondary Education), 1980
Thesis Title: A Review of Peer Tutoring and Peer Tutoring of French in Rye Junior High School
American University, Washington, DC, B.A. and Teaching Certification (French), 1974


Hammadou Sullivan, J.A. (2004). Identifying the best foreign language teachers: Teacher standards and professional
portfolios. Modern Language Journal, 88(3), 390-402.
Hammadou Sullivan, J.A. (2006). The importance of program evaluation in collegiate foreign language programs.
Modern Language Journal, 90(4), 590-593.
Hammadou Sullivan p. 2
Hammadou Sullivan, J.A. (2011). Taking charge: Teacher candidates’ preparation for the Oral Proficiency
Interview. Foreign Language Annals, 44(2), 241-257.
De Bruin, K., Erickson, L., & Hammadou Sullivan, J.A. (in press). A meaningful French education:
Experiential learning in French. French Review.

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