Apart from placing a considerable emphasis on progress and language skills development, I try to ensure a friendly learning atmosphere in order to manage my students’ motivation and grant them a great deal of satisfaction from their adventure with Polish. I approach each student individually by analyzing their needs, and by adjusting teaching methods to a given individual.
Apart from placing a considerable emphasis on progress and language skills development, I try to ensure a friendly learning atmosphere in order to manage my students’ motivation and grant them a great deal of satisfaction from their adventure with French. I approach each student individually by analyzing their needs, and by adjusting teaching methods to a given individual.
My teaching method is to learn in a practical way, working with example and exercises that make the learning dynamic. Committed to the development and progress of the student. Give enthusiasm to learn the students. Show closeness and understanding with the students. Ability to transform difficult knowledge into easy to understand.
I enjoy working with clients to jointly achieve their goals, with sessions/plans designed accordingly. My clients say I have a way of making it both enjoyable and challenging...never a task-master! I aim to use session time to teach/train/coach and (ideally) not warm-up/practice.
-Module Support: helping you to gain a deeper understanding of theories taught in lectures. -Essay Support: helping you to structure and proofread your essay. -Coursework Support: presentations, quantitative reports, proposals etc.
My teaching methodology varies according to the level of student. For a GSCE pupil I will typically follow their syllabus. Whereas with A2 and university level students I employ a more hands off approach where I answer their questions regarding specific queries of the module. In both cases I attempt to find where any misunderstanding lies and remedy the situation from there.
Hi everyone! My name is Mélissa and I'm an undergraduate student at the University of Warwick studying French and Hispanic Studies. I used to live in France and my language skills are near enough fluent. I really enjoy the language and I would love to pass on my knowledge to any lover of French, whether in casual conversation or to go over what you are learning in school.
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