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Pauline Maleyrie

Assistant Lecturer in French

Faculty of Arts and Humanities

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About

Pauline Maleyrie teaches on the BA Languages for Global Communication for the following modules: National Perspectives on Intercultural Studies; Introduction to Languages through International Relations; Introduction to Business Communication; Regional Perspectives on Intercultural Studies; Languages and Changing Power Structures; The Language of Marketing and Advertising and Creating an Intercultural Portfolio.

She teaches French on the Add+Vantage modules, including Absolute Beginners and Lower Intermediate for which she is also Module Leader. 
She contributes to the BA English Language and TEFL module Online Language Teaching, and she is Internal Moderator on the Teaching Young Learners module. 

Career overview

Pauline Maleyrie holds a BA in English Languages from the Université de Cergy-Pontoise (France) and she is an Associate Fellow of the HEA. Before joining Coventry University in 2012, she gained a French Qualified Teacher Status and acquired wide experience as a teacher in several French schools. She is interested in language teaching through new technologies and manages the social media accounts of the Languages Department. 

External activities

Pauline is external moderator on the TEFL Teaching Young Learner module, and she is involved in the City of Culture ESOL project 'Belonging in Coventry: a Shakespearean ESOL journey for refugees and migrants’. She also supports the Coventry City of Languages Community Action Group. 

 Queen’s Award for Enterprise Logo
University of the year shortlisted
QS Five Star Rating 2020
Coventry City of Culture 2021