My approach to teaching French allows you to progress at a level that is achievable, rewarding, but most importantly, enjoyable. Most want to learn a language for a specific reason; friends, traveling, work, relationships. I tailor your course to your ‘reason’, ensuring that with each lesson you feel you are making genuine progress toward your goal.
I use active learning in my teaching. I have experience teaching tutorials to undergraduates, in which I explain difficult concepts at length and unpack them with the student through practical application of theory to news items / examples from everyday life. I also use object-learning and visualisation techniques.
I am adapting my teaching methodology to the student needs. I can help the student with homeworks or revise a lecture that he didn't understand. I can also work on methodology or train the students with new exercises in order t prepare for a test.
Being a native speaker will allow me to teach you more idiomatic ways of expressing yourself if you are trying to improve your French. I can also answer questions you may have regarding upcoming tests, or even talk with you as conversing is the best way to learn. I also think that written and oral comprehension are important and helpful.
I base my classes on two complementing aspects: French grammar and French cultural knowledge - the recipe for exam success. This is a point of reference, as I modify these methods in regards to individual needs and objectives. I aim to interest my students not only in the language, but in the locations where it is spoken, thus increasing comfort in oral communication.
I think it is important first to know what the student's level in the course is. Then, it will be easir to organise them. It is impotant to make sure that the student understand everything we do, without saying yes but no real understanding, i'll make sure of it. I always prepare my teaching lessons before class to make sure the student will learn something at the end of it.
At 23, I've just finished my BA French studies at UCL. I want to teach those with similar ambitions or interests in French. Confidence is key, so speaking takes priority.
When I was in France, I used to offer french courses to kids, teenagers and young adults. Learning French with me is really entertaining. I know how difficult it can be a new language that's why I always aim to make my courses fun and interactive.
My teaching method is to firstly assess where the student is struggling, and why that is the case. In addition to this, my method includes attempting to understand the teacher's approach to the subject, in order to avoid any confusion.
I try to make my classes as personal and relevant as possible. I believe that people learn better if they feel involved and interested. I base my teaching from a grammar/vocabulary book but always tailor exercises to student specificities and needs.
My teaching method depends on the requirements of the student. If a student is trying to pass and exam then I will focus on the vocabulary and grammar the student needs to succeed. If a student is simply looking to improve their French then I will focus on their interests and build lessons around them.
My teaching method is based on your own individual needs. I do not want to use any pre-established courses. We'll set your goals together and I'll build an action plan based on what you need to learn. Each lesson has to be unique, designed specifically for the need and level of each student.
I try to make lessons as fun and interactive as possible, however, also very focused so as to fully give you the moneys worth. I find being patient incredibly important, and to allow students to really think hard if they have forgotten a word/expression, rather than jumping in and providing them with the answer immediately; this ensures that they are more likely to remember it in the future.
I am a native, highly qualified and experienced French teacher, offering tailored French lessons for you, on a flexible and affordable basis. I can provide you with a whole range of activities to strengthen your professional/academic/casual conversation abilities, including building vocabulary and grammar skills.
I am a Lebanese lawyer, currently living in the UK, studying for my Masters degree in law. I have spent my whole life learning in French, from pre-school to my undergraduate university before I decided to switch to an English education. I have sat for the French Baccalaureate (the French official national high school exam).
I am a hard working person, patient and understanding. I easy to communicate to and teaching is easy and it all about working ag the pace of the one.
My teaching method is very hands on, therefore I will speak French for most of the lesson. I believe that immersion is the best way to learn a language, and I know this from experience. In the past I have found that mini quizzes also help students establish what they have recently learnt, so it sticks with them long-term.
I am flexible in terms of working towards the learner's goal and every lesson is tailored to meet the student's needs. Usually, I focus on grammar (as grammar is foundation for communication) as well as on developing speaking, listening, reading and writing skills and on building a rich vocabulary.
My approach is laid-back and focused on the individual student's needs. I will find out which particular areas of language, written and oral comprehension need extra work and will devise clear exercises to broach each of these areas in a stress-free way.
I base my class differently for each students. Classes can be set around the aim of passing an exam, for pupils who aim to pass their french GSE or A-levels. For adults, conversation tends to be what classes focus on. Most of the times, discussion will focus upon news articles, songs in french, or extract from french novels which I have suggested to students.
I know how to engage pupils, to entice them to learn without forcing them. I have just finished my time at a school where I was taught by the best. All the most effective teaching methods are still fresh in my mind. I am very familiar with current exam structures and mark schemes. Whether it's oral, reading, written or listening I can help.
I am a languages graduate and I offer French and Italian lessons to primary and secondary students. I am happy to work around topics that students want to improve upon, with a focus on grammar, vocabulary, speaking, reading and writing.
I give lessons to GCSES and A-level students to practice their oral, comprehension and written skills. Students usually come to me knowing the skill they need to improve and we practice it several times over several weeks. Students should know the basics of French and wanting to reduce mistakes. We work on grammar, conjugation and vocabulary.
I completed a bachelor's degree in English, economics and management at Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle University. Quite at ease with languages, I aim at teaching anyone who wishes to learn French, from a basic to an advanced level. My lessons will start by assessing the level of a student, in order to determinate what type of lesson is required, and how to adapt them depending on that.
French expatriate established in London for 3 years. I completed my Master Degree in Management & Digital Communication in 2014 . I am coaching and mentoring student an adult into several business area including Interview role play. Straightforward method with effective results.
I am an 18 year old tutor who has more than a year's experience with tutoring and mentoring for pupils within the year groups of 7-10 (ages 11-15). As a tutor, my lessons are interactive and involve the use of quizzes (Kahoots), videos, animations, worksheets, relevant and topical articles and texts etc.
I have worked with different levels of students from young kids to adults.Been teaching french in school structures as well as home tutoring.I adjust my lessons according to level and progressison of my students.Very dynamic and interactive approach.
I've taught French to GCSE and A level students for over 20 years. I know what exam boards are looking for and I can help you achieve better grades. My most recent student went from a predicted D at Christmas to obtaining an A at GCSE and is now studying French at A level.
I am a gap year student who has just finished her A levels.
Education: * PGCE in MFL – Goldsmiths University of London. London (UK) * B.A. in Applied Linguistics – Aix Marseille Université, Aix-en- Provence (France) * A Level – Lycée Jules Uhry, Creil (France) * GCSE – Collège Victor Hugo (France) Teaching work history: * Current employment: French and Spanish Teacher, Eden Girls’ School, London (UK).
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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.
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