I try to adapt my teaching methods to the student’s needs, from simple conversation to high level exercises.
I personally do not think that there is one single way of teaching as everyone is different for this reason I try multiple methods of learning until one sticks with the student. I believe however that you can easily find a method of learning by observing the way a student works.
Bonjour! My name is Nicole and I'm a graduate from the French section of the European school in Brussels.
My methods vary depending on your needs and personalities. We will focus on different skills from speaking to reading, listening and writing/grammar. I like to use different resources such as theatre scripts, poems, articles from newspapers or songs.
My method is based first to understand the alumni character and his/her knowledge.
The practice, speaking most of the time and repeat again and again and explain in French with gest . Say in English and than in French when the person can't not understand.
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I base my classes on current culture and constantly speaking in French about the student's preferred topic. There are no better ways to learn than be part of the culture, listening to music and the radio, watching films, TV news, etc., as well as being passionate about what you are learning.
I tailor my lessons around the students’ needs and expectations and value mutual regular feedback to ensure a smooth learning process
On Skype , speaking about life, daily activities, hobbies, about everthing .
My methodology varies depending on the pupil's age and level. Rather than having one unique methodology I like to adapt my methodology to the learner, both by questioning the pupil on his/her preferences and observing what best suits the pupil.
My teaching method will be to understand the needs of the student; to see his strengths and weaknesses. I will put myself in the student’s place.
I am a friendly and helpful tutor. I like helping and giving advices. I want to give you an easy way to understand mathematics or other subjects with few tips. The most important is I want to support you.
I base my class on simplicity and patience, ensuring my students to enjoy while learning and the class is never boring.
My teaching methodologie is i mentor the student to be independant, and i help him to overcome his dificulties
For my courses, i will be adapting according to my students. As I am a young and dynamic student I will use new technologies to help the student to understand easier and learn faster. Furthermore, for the first, i will be only discussing with the student to identify his or her needs.
3rd year student at Queen Mary University of London. I have been studying French for several years and have retained an A in a-level French as well as level B2 and C1 through DELF. I am charismatic and engaging and also looking to make lessons as enjoyable as possible through games and interactions.
I'm a second year LSE management student, I was born and raised in Paris and moved to London for my studies.
I'm a French university student. My mother is a French teacher, I've learned a lot from her. I've done all of my school education in French, and learned how to use that language to perfection in both oral and written disciplines.
I am a recent graduate of Oxford University having read Sanskrit and Arabic. I have extensive teaching experience with a variety of ages from 6-12. I tailor each lesson to each individual as necessary. I encourage students to really engage with the material at hand and use a comparative linguistic approach with languages.
I am an international Med student who currently lives in Romania but who has also travelled a bit like i have been to the usa and france and stayed there for long periods of time . I am fluent in at least 4 languages and am about to graduate medical school but have a very divers professional experience outside my field of studies.
-I will get to know each student individually and adapt to their learning styles in order to maximize success and fun learning is important as well
I base my teaching on several worksheets for practice both during and after the lessons.
I base my tutoring on tailoring lessons according to tutee’s likes. Throughout my PGCE and languages studies, I came to realise that a communicative approach, focusing on real-life situations and events, as well as a tailor-based lesson planning are key to language learning and success.
My approach to teaching is to plan lessons based on the students goals. Based on the goals we will design a plan. I like to design a plan with the student as I feel it is important they have full input.
I base my lessons on various playful techniques of memorizing new words and grammatical structures. I often use art and games to make the learning process easier.
I can give lessons to anyone who is willing to learn French. I will base my lessons on your level and on your goals in order to make you progress.
My teaching method is to make learning fun so that my students remeber key elements with ease. I like to teach different subjects of the language seperately, by chapters. I start with basic knowledge and as the student shows progress, I move on to harder topics.
I'm French engineering student. Before that I did three years of hihgly selective classes to prepare for the French "Grandes Ecoles" during which I learnt to work hard and organize my work. I know what difficulties any student can be confronted to and I will make sure that you have confidence in yourself and feel comfortable enough to ask me anything you haven't understood.
I am currently studying Chemical Engineering at University College London and am offering tutoring sessions for maths, physics, chemistry and biology for students of all ages (25£/h). I would like to help them excel within the rigorous French curriculum.
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Perfect! Céline was great - she was flexible in working out a format that would suit me and put a lot of effort into helping improve my written French. Highly recommended!
Perfect! Chloe is absolutely brilliant! She is so easy to speak with and I got 100% comfortable with her speaking in a foreign language just after 5 minutes. She is extremely nice and truly wants to help you get better. She also lets you chose the structure...
Perfect! Annie is such a great tutor. She has really helped me gain more confidence in speaking French and has made lessons fun and enjoyable for me. I always look forward to my lessons with her.
Perfect! Mylo is a great tutor. He is clear, thorough, and very good at explaining French grammar. He gave me an excellent class and I would recommend him to anybody.
Perfect! Panos es un muy buen profesor, interesado en enseñar, disfruta que sus alumnos mejoren y es muy flexible con los días y horarios. Le recomiendo como profesor ;)
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