I mix a variety of resources, depending on what works best for you. After an initial assessment of your needs and learning preferences, I write a step-by-step plan to help you reach your goals, including revision and auto-evaluation.
I love teaching, especially languages because it is all about communication. How to express yourself and feel confident while speaking another language. Whether you are looking to pick up a bit of French for your extras, travels or you are wanting to improve for precise purposes: exams, work, projects. I am tutoring to children or adults.
I will be teaching from primary level to GCSE level French speaking , writing , language understanding , and basic french . My methodology is to be patient as french is not an easy language to grasp at first and try to make the lesson as enjoyable as possible .
My teaching method is quite chilled out, flexible and I will prepare lessons beforehand as well as go with the flow of teaching and learning. Languages are my passion and I primarily want it to be a nice experience as well as effective learning.
I am incredibly flexible when it comes to my lessons, and will make sure I adapt each class to the student's personal needs. Whether its learning the language from scratch, conversational practice, reading comprehension, or revising for exams. I can give French lessons to all levels, and I aim to make the lessons as fun and interesting as possible.
I have tutored students French and Latin who were studying for their GCSEs and were of various abilities. I am currently tutoring an adult learner in French pronunciation, translation and grammar by reading Hugo's Les Miserables and Zola's Nana.
I give lessons to students in Junior and Senior school. I usually try to see what the student really needs to work on to prepare my next lessons. I also don't use the same method for every student as I don't believe that one method works for everyone. In general, I try to use fun activities and games to keep the student interested in the subject.
I usually try to make my student(s) feel comfortable with speaking French as much as possible. Its never a problem to make mistakes. After all, you're learning! We could discuss specific lessons that you receive from school or random news articles or even books.
My teaching method is very relaxed. I teach students based on their level, and comfort for the topic. I usually tend to start very lightly, then increase the intensity for maximum learning. Most students say I am fun to work with, I make jokes and try to make the student as comfortable as possible.
I try to keep a relax and fun approach to teaching. I love incorporating French culture with my students because I feel like this is the most interesting approach that will make them find an interest in learning French.
Language acquisition does not require extensive use of conscious grammatical rules, and does not require tedious drill. Acquisition requires meaningful interaction in the target language - natural communication - in which speakers are concerned not with the form of their utterances but with the messages they are conveying and understanding. ...
I usually teach children, as I have siblings and had to help them do their homework, I know how to approach a younger audience but I can adapt if needed. I tend to always try and find a ludic way to teach and make it fun, as it is to me, the best way to stimulate the mind.
I tend to train only how to speak and adapt to the need or interest of each students. I also follow or give tips for the student to train on a daily basis while having fun to do it. My first students were Japanese, and really help me how to explain to make the right sound (specially the *R*, the different *E*, or the *U*.
Some of my students became teachers. I work in an interactive way, « organic » I could say, differentiating along the scale of learning the numerous steps that lead to confidence in listening, speaking, writing or reading a new language for life, that is to say: memorizing, training, understanding at every level, interacting with others, practicing and reinvesting.
Before coming to study in the UK, I have worked as a freelancer French teacher delivering private lessons for about 3 months in Greece . I can deliver effective lessons for all the levels but I am specialized in A1, A2, B1 and B2 levels. I have a very flexible methodology namely I can get adapted to each student's specific needs and method of learning.
Mostly when teaching foreign languages, I advocate practice. Language is a living thing - something we speak and use to describe the world. So to learn a language is to speak in order to understand its mechanism. Another essential thing when we learn is to have fun, and the lessons aim at providing students with an educative and entertaining way of learning French.
I teach beginners, intermediate and advanced level French! I will always first outline the aim of the lesson and then include some reading, writing, speaking and listening exercises in each lesson with at least one session for just speaking practice!
Everyone is different, therefore I believe lessons must be tailored to the needs of each individual. We all learn at different speed and we all have our own way of learning: some are more visual than others. Teachers have to adapt.
I have experience teaching students from very varied backgrounds and levels. Therefore, I always adapt the classes to the level of each of my students, preparing specific activities ahead of time.
One word: personalisation. We'll focus on what you need and what you want.
The lesson can take any form you want, can take place wherever you want, I am completely adaptable. There is not one way to teach someone this language, it depends on the person. I will only try to make sure you get out more fluent than you were before.
Three rules : 1) French and only French. 2) I usually give homework (reading a text on which I ask questions ; writing a short essay on a given topic ; listening to a podcast on which I ask questions). I think that improving requires an important dedication. 3) I am available anytime to answer any question related to the learning of French.
Generally, if the class is with an individual, I ask the student what is their favorite way to work (with or without homework, free or structured, with or without books...) and I adapt my methodology to these preferences. For group work, I would privilege a structured approach, so that everyone can access to the same information.
Having been an au pair 4 times, I am aware that patience is a key word, especially because French is one of the hardest language to learn. I first teach easy words (colours, animals, etc) and their pronunciation and then go onto actual spelling, vocabulary, rules..
I like to find the areas of French that students struggle with and build lessons around them, which means I can tailor my teaching to each individual. Where possible I make use of exam board materials such as past papers and example questions.
We will start with some exercises to estimate your level in french so I'll be able to give you personalised lessons. We'll study grammar, conjugation, vocabulary, written and oral comprehension using different supports such as short videos or funny texts or dialogues.
My teaching method is to firstly assess where the student is struggling, and why that is the case. In addition to this, my method includes attempting to understand the teacher's approach to the subject, in order to avoid any confusion.
My lessons are highly personalised: You will learn so much more with me in one hour than weeks in a regular French course. I specialise in oral fluency and comprehension, giving you the tools to communicate like a native. I also specialise in exam preparation and have excellent pass rates. I specialize in exam preparation (GCSE, A-level, IB, DELF, TCF).
I like to accompany and help people. I believe in people and in their unique intelligence, each person is different and so my method will differ depending on whom I'm tutoring. I will not do the work for them but will find a way to interest them and accompany them through their learning.
I ensure that each student learns something every lesson and I make the lessons interesting and keep them relevant with a range of activities to suit all ages and abilities.
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