It has been my pleasure to help numerous people achieve their potential in learning French and German. Don't just take my word for it- Click "View my FULL profile" above and read what my students have said about me. All are happy to be contacted - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach French and German.
I am very flexible and will try to find a suitable teaching method for each person. I believe in positive feedback and I prefer to give lessons beyond absolute beginner's level. Advanced Dutch learners are also very welcome.
Qualified and experienced teacher. My personalised, relaxed and experience tuition advances French, Spanish or Latin at a pace that works for each student. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Spanish, French and Latin - Tell me about your qualifications.
It all depends on who you are and what helps you! I like to have a list of key figurative language to help approach a text as well as finding good academic essays which will help you highlight a point or serve as an introduction to a debate. Talking out loud about a piece of writing is also very important as we truly express what is on our minds and I can then help put that down on paper.
I like to make my classes as fun and interesting as possible avoiding the need for written work or exercises in class. I believe that some explanations are necessary but I find most people learn best by speaking in the language as much as possible.
I am fully CELTA qualified. Throughout my time at university I have studied a number of teaching methodology including Communicative Language Teaching (CLT), Total Physical Response (TPR) and Grammar Translation. I employ a number of different techniques and methods in my teaching in order to maximise learning - this is known as eclectic methodology or post-methodology.
I do a lot of oral French as well as written (verb conjugation, grammar, vocabulary, etc). The choice of topic can be yours. I can teach you all aspects of the French language through newspaper articles, novels, to help build your confidence up.
I am a native from France(with a degree) and lived in the UK for the last 13 years. in the past few years I have concentrated in teaching my native language with people from many origins, doing one-to-ones, working with groups, teaching online and face-to-face. I love people who work hard to achieve what they want, they are the best students.
I will help with homework and any topics which children are finding more challenging. I will also help children prepare for exams including SATs, 11+ and school entrance exams. My skill is in explaining complicated concepts in simple language to aid understanding.
As a teacher, I am very enthusiastic and flexible to the needs of my students. I like using humour and approach the teaching and learning of French with playfulness. My lessons are very interactive, using authentic texts and dialogues as well as videos and podcasts. Grammar is introduced through small texts and practiced through dialogues and role plays.
Who can learn without repeating over again? - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach French and German, English and Maths - all of them up to GCSE. I teach French and Economics up to A Level. I also offer English as a Foreign Language (EFL). In addition, I am a teacher of the Alexander Technique and member of STAT.
Classes can be tailored to suit your needs.
I believe in adapting my teaching style to the specific student and their needs. In the first meeting we will establish together what the best course of action will be and what areas need to be worked on.
I give lessons in French, Maths and Physics to A-Level. My structured tutoring will help a student break down any difficulties they face in a subject and we will work through these to get students to a level where they not only feel comfortable with the material but are also able to achieve their full potential in exams and beyond.
Hi , my name is Julien. I am a French native speaker who work and live in Glasgow near the University of Glasgow. After eighth trips in Scotland, I decided to live in Glasgow and teach French to Primary, KS3, IB, GCSE and Adults. Generally, I ask what students want to work and the axes of improvement on which they want to work.
I would make the lessons engaging and fun. I am very chatty, friendly, patient and adaptable to the pupil's needs. I would make the lessons challenging, but manageable. A combination of written work and discussion, with feedback would be used.
I am currently studying English Literature at the University of Cambridge and am really eager to help students anywhere from 11+ up to A-Level to engage more with literature and to achieve the marks they are more than capable of getting!
I try to orientate my classes around a conversational style that allows me to engage with students in a way that creates a sense of discussion. I feel that this is important as it means that the students feel more involved and actively participate, forming their own ideas as well as discussing mine.
I don't like being repetitive, which I find boring and demotivating. In learning a language, it is important to practice every single thing through three aspects - writing, speaking and listening. That's why in my classes I use a lot of extra resources, such as videos, recordings, articles or past exams.
Make the student understand the lesson and what it is actually about. Understand where the student has a drawback, explaining the topics in detail and covering the lesson as a whole. Testing the lessons taught in the weekend. Covering the topic the next day where the student is lacking. Student test in the last week of the month. Revising the topics again in the end and retest.
I base my classes on my own school experiences. This includes, first, teaching an initial understanding of the topic before going on to advanced, higher-tier questions and knowledge.
I am a enthusiastic, motivated, very friendly person. I speak fluent French as a native language. I am willing to help someone with the knowledge I have got. My teaching method is to start from basic subjects and goes far depending on what the learner want.
My teaching method for begginers is to make sure all the alphabets are written and read properly. Then I teach how to make esay sentences and how it should be read correctly with right pronounciations. For advanced people I use the efficency method and I give tips to write outstanding official letters/ emails for professional use.
I am a hard-working, creative and conscientious student, studying English Literature and French at Bangor University. I would be interested in giving lessons to students studying for their GCSEs. Although I have never taught previously, I would use interactive games that would enable the students to enjoy the lessons whilst simultaneously learning the content.
I am currently expected to graduate from the University of Liverpool this year with a Bsc in Psychology. I have cast experience tutoring young people in English and French from primary ages through to A Level. I love teaching at all levels, and understand that no two young people work the same so strive to tailor my lessons to the individual.
I approach each topic interactively with worksheets games and getting to know the students strengths and weaknesses I formulate a constructive plan for the module which is interesting and concise. I am very enthusiastic about my subject and I want to help others to also be.
I don't have a specific teaching methodology and believe that it is best to adapt my style to the needs and wishes of each tutee. This might include help with homework, working through past exam papers, or explanation of grammar, but hands-on practice will be prioritised. Nevertheless, I am willing to discuss this and develop a plan with the tutee at the start of our lessons.
My teaching method is relaxed but structured. I am a firm believer in finding a way to learn in a way that suits you, and your interests. With a strong focus on improving your speaking and comprehension skills, you will be able to communicate clearly with others.
I will set goals with you at the outset. If these primarily relate to exams, I will focus on core syllabus content and exam technique, and will seek to provide stretch beyond what may be possible in a classroom setting. However, if we have more time available or if our goal is broader (e.g.
While following the curriculum requirement I create tailored-made course materials, creating differentiated materials, activities and learning outcomes to ensure that the more able students are stimulated and the less able have the best possible chance to achieve their learning goals.
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