I like to tailor my teaching to the student’s preferred method of learning. In previous French lessons I have structured the lesson into 3 parts. The first is to go over any homework or things that were found difficult in class, then the second is to go over new questions and past papers, and the third is to have a casual chat in French to develop listening and speaking skills.
I am a medical student. I have tutored a wide range of ages over the past 5 years, from 6 year olds to 17 year olds. Those lessons have included help with homework, as well as help with areas of confusion, or going over past papers.
Katherine is bilingual having lived in France most, if not all her life! However, the nature of her education, in both French & international schools means she understands the ways of learning French as a non-native speaker. She is also very patient and calm - a great combination for reassuring a worried student.
In anticipation of my next French holiday, I decided to brush up on my French skills. Katherine made me feel comfortable and my confidence has grown, I hope I'll be able to put it to good practice later this summer.
Katherine grue up in France, she went to French school.
At the age of 16 she started giving lessons to younger children to support their homework. Thus she hase good experience in teaching.
She is well organised herself and can help pupils to better organise their own work.
She is bright, serious and reliable girl.
Katherine has helped me in an unofficial manner to improve my french skills before a holiday to France. She was a great tutor, attentive and receptive to my needs as a student and taught me a great deal in a short space of time.
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