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.
Hi! I’m Le-My, and I’m from London. I am a native speaker in English and Mandarin, and I am also fluent in French. I have a BA Modern Languages (French and Italian) from the University of Oxford and I have spent a considerable amount of time living and working in Paris. I have been a French tutor for over 5 years now.
I can do conversations in French or Norwegian, bring support in grammar and declinations, and look at written works. I will try to speak in language that is taught as much as possible, in order to help the student to get used to hear it. I generally explain the rules orally first.
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 am very adaptable, and I have a strong preference for cocreating the lessons with my students, depending on their specific level and goals. Conversational classes for students who need to improve are the best, and the topic can be up to the student or provided by me based on a first conversation together.
I learn French at a University level and so I find it simple to break down the language so that younger students can understand it easier. I like to play games in my lessons to keep students interested and create worksheets for students to use. In addition, I offer support but try to encourage the student to answer questions and solve problems themselves first.
first, i am a new tutor and i have never be a tutor, but i know how to start to teach for instance my daughter is born in England and i manage to teach her some French quite easily. Regarding to have a plan and structure that is simple to find it online.
Each lesson tailored towards the individual requirements of the learner.
I am a coventry university student, I study Events Management, I lived in Lebanon my whole life and I come from a french school with the french baccalaureat in hands. I love teaching because I can be proud of what this person is gonna know because of me.
My usual methods is to firstly assess the level of my student, and adapt the lessons to his actual and current needs and level.
My teaching method is understanding the language by this culture, which means where the constructions come from. I can help you to speack, write, learn vocabulary in what you need will be.
In order for a language to be taught, I think that the best method is constant oral practice. What matters is to keep the attention of students on what’s fun about French while also giving them the chance to start using the language right away. Using movies, TV shows or easy reads is essential. I usually like to use visual elements as well, colors and flashcards.
My name is Desta. Born in Bangkok, I'm British-Eritrean and I've lived in Thailand, Barbados, France, the Ivory Coast, Jordan, Belgium, Brazil, Turkey & The Philippines.
I am a bilingual (English and French), I grew up in Steinsoultz, France. I am looking to provide lessons and help with homework to primary school, secondary school and GCSE students. As I am Native, I have spent over 20 years of my life in France, I am well accustomed to the language and so I teach proper French, not "slang".
One of the main difficulty with the French language comes from the huge difference between the true pronunciation and the phonetic pronunciation one could deduce from the spelling of the word - ie, in French, a word is not pronunced and written in the same way. My usual method is based on immersion by discussion in the French language in a first time.
I base my teaching method mainly on the comprehension of the language structure. I think this is what helps the most for everything : understanding, speaking and writing. The method obviously depends on the need and whereas the student wants to speak, write etc. I would discuss the aim the student wants to achieve, then I explain the steps we are going to take.
I cater for each individual concentrating on their individual needs and working on building their confidence to speak by improving their vocabulary and their grammar. My lessons are varied and cultural, I use various books but also visual materials. I teach only from my home address.
I usually mix a bit of writing and conversation, although I do tend to prefer the latter as I think it is more effective when learning. Depending on what the student is wanting to work on, I will adapt the exercises and structure of the lesson. Each student is unique so I tend to discuss my methodology with them before starting.
I use lessons to teach grammar briefly, then give worksheets and homeworks to learn it all. Most of the lesson will push new vocabulary, and help students to listen, speak and improve pronunciation. These all work together when we are done.
I adapt my teaching methodology to my student needs, level (beginners/advanced) and difficulties. If not working on school homework (French), a typical lesson would include an oral comprehension exercise, questionnaire, vocabulary, and rules associated (Grammar, Orthography, Conjugaison) and end with a written exercise.
I am a friendly, trustworthy and patient young woman. I have mostly taught children from 12 to 16 years old but have helped a lot of my friends if they were struggling with a language. I like to get to know my students and see how they learn best (e.g. through writing, listening, speaking, etc.).
I like to create a space in which it is okay to make mistakes! This is extremely important for making a student comfortable. For younger learners, who perhaps do not do languages at school, I will use games, songs and other activities in order to keep interest high. I previously tutored a student for two years in GCSE French and he came away with an A*.
I have given lessons up to GCSE standard and improved exam technique amongst languages. I work on writing and comprehension as well as speaking and listening, as well as trying to make it as fun as possible.
I have a 2:1 degree in French studies from the University of Birmingham. I can teach all ages up to A-level French students. My teaching method is to make it fun and enjoyable as well as engaging. I cover all topics in French and students can pick which topics they want to cover.
I have mainly taught my previous company's employees. It was a cafe and some chalets in the French Alps and most staff was English. I was tutoring the cafe and chalet staff in group lessons and and private lesson. From teaching the team in the cafes, other English locals decided to join the lessons.
I'm a 2nd year undergraduate studying French at a Russell Group university, and am looking to help GCSE/A Level students achieve their dream grades! Lessons will be tailored meet your own personal goals, focusing on developing grammar, vocabulary, written expression and exam technique.
I will teach you vocabulary, grammar, oral & writing skills and work on your pronunciation. I will also give you all you the nitty gritty details you need to know about the language. Together we will first establish your level, your needs and then work towards your goal.
I adapt my method and tailor my style in order to match your needs and expectations. I have references, having been employed by the Geneva city council to provide after-school support to teenagers with learning difficulties. I also have a tracked record of success, having seen my student's grades improving.
I base my first class on the understanding of the student's needs. Then, it is possible to work with the student to master its weaknesses. It is essential to me that the student feels comfortable with me so he/she feels comfortable with the learning of the French language. This is why I always try to make my class as ludic as possible depending on the fluency of the student.
I give lessons to everyone without distinction of age or level. After teaching the basics (pronunciation, grammar, ...), I work on oral and written comprehension/expression by reading & listening to material & having debates about a theme that the student has interest in.
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