I like to structure my classes around the student. If they want to focus more on oral French, then the sessions would be conversation driven, on predetermined topics relevant to the student's needs or interests. If they wanted to focus on their written level, I would prepare grammar, conjugation and vocabulary exercises to work through.
I am a 21 year old English Literature graduate looking to give lessons in both oral and written French. I have lived in France for most of my life, and I passed the literary filière of the baccalauréat, giving me a broad knowledge of both French language and literature.
I have some tutoring experience at primary and secondary school level, but am open to helping students at graduate level as well.
June 2011: Diplôme National du Brevet, Mention Bien (French GCSE equivalent)
June 2012: IGCSEs, A* History, A English Language, A English Literature
June 2015: Option Internationale du Baccalauréat, mention Bien (A-Level equivalent of A*AA)
July 2015: Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award, of which my volunteering section was spent tutoring young students in French
June 2018: 1st Class Honours degree in English Literature (BA)
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