Caroline Hudson is a native of France. She holds a Masters in English from Université Paul Valéry in Montpellier, France, and a teaching license in English from France. She also holds a Masters in French from the University of Southern Mississippi.
She has a broad experience teaching English and French, having taught English at many different levels, from grade school to college. She has also taught French at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis before coming to CFCC. She also teaches Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced courses at UNCW.
In her classes she uses a communicative approach coupled with focus-on-form. A recent transplant in the USA, she frequently incorporates current French cultural elements in her classroom.
Her interests center around Second Language Acquisition and the use of technology inside and outside the classroom. She has taken students abroad several times. She has also organized several Skype exchanges between French students in Nîmes, France, with students from Wilmington, and is also teaching French 111 online. She advises The French Club at CFCC and has been enjoying meeting students outside of class to pursue their cultural and linguistic goals.