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.
The most important element for me, as a tutor is to take care and appreciate what really need my students. I try to adapt to each of them, understand their difficulties and help to further their own objective. I’m flexible to any skill, which you desire to improve: speaking, writing, listening, vocabulary, pronunciation… And my strongest quality is to be very patient.
Learning a new language should be a personalized and interactive experience. You probably know a lot of people who took French in high school but can't remember anything else other than "Où est la bibliothèque ?" (where is the library?). But why? Because learning by heart lines of dialogue or listening to outdated records is inefficient.
Modern language teaching is an essential part of the academic curriculum in children. There is a strong need to develop good communication skills and abilities to communicate on the international context. As a native speaker it is easier to share the culture associated to the language in order to improve the learning process.
My teaching method will be to focus on exercising ( from lessons for those who still go to school)to improve my student on writing and speaking
I take a positive approach towards teaching and recognise that while performing well in an exam is important there are other factors which can influence academic success .
I can support National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher level French, focusing on the language structure, grammar and vocabulary. I know that everyone learns differently and can adapt my teaching method to suit the individual. Personally I find that working with exercises and going over tricky concepts to understand the basis of the language is very effective.
French can be complicated to learn for foreigner, but I'll be there for explaining why there's an "s" at the end of the verbs when you use "you" and why sometimes you don't pronounce the word as it is written.
Hi there. I'm Steven in Dundee. I have a thorough but informal style of teaching. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English to speakers of other languages (10+ years experience, all levels) Scottish Gaelic (all levels) Can also offer Japanese - Beginner to elementary level French - beginner to elementary level - Tell me about your qualifications.
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