Linnea Fichter

Phone: 206-631-6200


Degrees and Certifications:

BA, Wellesley College

Linnea Fichter

Bienvenue! Welcome to French at Evergreen where isn't not just about the language, but everything that is influenced by Francophone culture. In the process of learning French, we

a. find connections between languages

b. understand English (almost 50% of our vocabulary is derived from French)

c. learn about history, particularly accidents of history that have big consequences for our lives (like, why do we speak English in the US and not French?)

d. explore other cultures in every corner of the world (because French is spoken, or was spoken, on every continent on earth)

e. discover art history, architecture, fashion and aestheic influences that French-speakers have brought to the artistic world

f. compare and contrast governments, philosophies, social welfare systems (like education and health care) in the US and in Francophone countries

e. have FUN!

We play games, listen to music, watch movies, eat, draw, and much, much more...! Buckle your seatbelt and get ready to learn.



If you are thinking about attending a 4-year college or university, please consider the following links:

The list of the top 100 Liberal Arts Colleges in the US is here:

Another list of the top colleges, this one includes private universities as well:

Reading Recources to increase your SAT vocabulary:

  • Books, magazines, DVDs and more - King County Libraries (closest: White Center or Greenbridge branches)
    • Online: can be accessed with either a library card (which is free to sign up) OR your student id# (with 401 as a prefix) and the last 4 digits of your SID# as your pin
  • Books, magazines, DVDs and more – Seattle Public Libraries (closest: South Park Southwest branches)
  • Free books on Amazon Kindle App, Google books and Apple Store.
  • Ebooks at Evergreen Library -
    • Email me for the username and password
  • If you want to find books that others think are interesting, set up a free account at