Hi guys! I'm an italian and french professional actor based in London. I give pronunciation, conversation italian and french lessons to everyone who need it. I'm friendly and positive person. And I love to give lessons with FUN, I believe that is the magic ingredient to learn quickly. We will discuss your goals and we'll start immediatly.
I have been teaching for more than 4 years and my experience has allowed me to adapt to the level and personality of each student. I taught more than 20 students in total within Geoprof firm (Clermont-Ferrand) and I also organised intensive preparation to both “brevet” and “baccalaureat” degrees. I mostly taught student whose grades were below average before I intervened.
I am a French native speaker studying a master in Translating at Heriot-Watt university. I offer lessons tailored to the student's needs. I myself have been through the process of learning several foreign languages, and I know the time, energy, and personal investment that it takes. I promise to make learning French as enjoyable as possible...
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 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.
I give lessons to anyone interested in learning more about the Italian language, the way it works and its different nuances. I mostly focus on grammar and pronunciation, but usually adapt my lesson to the interests of the learner.
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 vary my methods according to my pupils as there are a variety of learners and I believe each student should have their classes delivered in a way that will improve their results the most. In general, I adopt a communicative approach to classes, ensuring students have maximum time immersed in the language, speaking and performing activities in the target language.
-I tailor my lessons to each indivudual student to focus on their personal goals and needs.
I prefer teaching language through culture, teaching with project-based learning.
My methodology is simple, I propose having dinner with you or fellow students at your place or other students places.
My teaching method favorises the listening and speaking part. No one is ever going to learn a language without speaking it and without taking an interest in it. I base my lessons on what the student needs to improve precisely (grammar, vocabulary...
By identifying your specific needs and interests, and adjusting to your age (from 5 to 99). A typical lesson could be with me bringing something French—a song, a croissant, a film, a cheese, or any object—to start a conversation in French with a vocabulary list, followed by a writing exercise on the topic of the day.
Being fluent in both French and English and haven taken written exams for both languages, I will be able to adapt my lessons from beginners to more advanced second language students, from primary school focusing on extending everyday vocabulary, to GCSEs for perfection written skills and grammar, and IB French to become near to fluent and ace the oral exams! The first lesson will help me...
I prefer to base lessons off of topics from a required textbook, or simply a list of areas the student would like to improve in. Lessons are generally a mixture of grammar points and exercises, and some speaking (conversation) practice.
I give lessons to students in Junior and Senior school. I usually try to see what the student really needs to work on to prepare my next lessons. I also don't use the same method for every student as I don't believe that one method works for everyone. In general, I try to use fun activities and games to keep the student interested in the subject.
Communication and active engagement with the language and the culture. As I've witnessed in high school, learning a language is often based on excessive grammar lessons and dry vocabulary learning, leading students to lose motivation and real interest for the language.
I am always happy to teach about my own country and speak my language, so whether you want to be more fluent for your next holidays or prepare your GCSE, I will do my best to help you achieve your goals. I am reliable and passionate about my own culture.
I can give lessons to different levels (from high school, college, university to professionals). I like to understand what are your specific needs to ensure that my lessons are adapted to your requirements.
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.
Hi there! My name is Clement, I originally come from Brittany (France) and I'm now settled in Edinburgh. If you're looking to improve your french or to start from scratch i can help you with both spoken and written language.
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".
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.
My classes are funny and also organized. Organisation and structure are two essential points for a good tutor. In fact, I do my program while bringing a touch of freshness and my aim is also to create a relationship of trust to promote learning better, to make people want to work. I do not have to be there just to teach. I live with my time not to stay with ancestral methods.
I base my classes on your needs (vocabulary, conjugaison, oral comprehension, speaking, writing, listening). I usually identify your needs during the first lesson, then we work on it through lesson, exercices and practice.
My teaching method is simple, there is always a vocabulary part, a grammar part and a nicer part (geography, culture, sports...), what we learn in one session is always evaluated in the next one (more exercises, tests) I base my classes on patience, learning new things might be difficult sometimes and that's why it is important for me that the things we see in class are understood.
My teaching method is quite chilled out, flexible and I will prepare lessons beforehand as well as go with the flow of teaching and learning. Languages are my passion and I primarily want it to be a nice experience as well as effective learning.
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 don't have a particular method, I tend to adapt to each student, for the simple reason that each one of them is different. I want my lessons to be perfect for each of my students, however I follow a certain program of what I teach each lesson but still based of my student personal knowledge.
Language acquisition does not require extensive use of conscious grammatical rules, and does not require tedious drill. Acquisition requires meaningful interaction in the target language - natural communication - in which speakers are concerned not with the form of their utterances but with the messages they are conveying and understanding. ...
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Perfect! Hassiba is very professional, dedicated, well versed French tutor and very kind and cheerful person. I benefited a lot from her lesson and very keen to continue with her until I master French.
Perfect! Gwen was positive and friendly but also professional in her approach and spent much time discovering my needs in French in a relaxed and informal manner. I look forward to our first lesson greatly.
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! Maxime is a pleasant person to work with. He is patient and provided the insights of French culture during his tuition.
Perfect! Caroline is quite an exceptional teacher. She is adept at constructing lessons to make the most effective use of time while maintaining an atmosphere of care and humour which makes the work so much more enjoyable. It is difficult to believe that I...
Perfect! Diane is very personable, reliable and patient. A sweet girl with a happy disposition and a lovely way with kids. I can recommend her!
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