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Stuart is a graduate of Flinders University in South Australia with a Bachelor of Languages Degree and a Honours Degree Bachelor of Arts. He is in the final semester of his Master of Language Studies Degree.

Stuart is pictured here with his Honours Degree thesis investigation of la bande dessinée, specifically, the adventures of Tintin and his creator. Stuart has furthered his investigation of the literature in his Masters Degree thesis investigation of the issues of human rights and racism in the Tintin albums and other comic book literature.

Stuart can be booked as a keynote speaker at your event via this website.

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What's new with Stu, December 2016

December 16 - French Linguistic Program development

The recent introduction of a French themed village I constructed, is designed to assist the children that are participating in the French linguistic program that I coordinate at a private educational center in Adelaide.

The Village promotes an atmosphere of immersion and authenticity during role play exercises and partnered activities, with much enthusiasm reciprocated from the class. Children can interact without a feeling of inhibition, with an emphasis of fun in their language learning at this level.

There are five pieces that make up my interactive French village, each with a different theme, that requires a different selection of French grammar to be utilised and practised, as well as the association of colour identification of specific words of description in French language. 

Guest lecturer at Adelaide High School - December 2, 2016

I was invited to speak to Teachers and Students at Adelaide High School about my thesis research and upcoming book release. I had a most enjoyable time presenting a historical analysis on selected pieces of my work, with much engagement with the audience during the event.

I am looking forward to the new year as I prepare to visit the eastern states of Australia as part of my national speaking tour.   

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