My approach to education and learning has radically changed since I read Dr. Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences. Gardner demonstrates that intelligence comes in a variety of shapes and forms. There are many different ways to learn, and not everyone learns the same way.
Today, as an LPC student at the University of Law, I find myself experimenting with many different types of learning techniques and hope to become a better learner. I am convinced that we can all become better learners, but it takes practice, perseverance and motivation. That is my goal as a tutor – not just to share my knowledge with others, but to help them become more efficient learners… because the better you know how to learn, the better you can teach yourself practically anything.
Unless my student requests otherwise, I generally structure my lessons into 2 parts. The first half of the lesson focuses on a grammar point with application exercises or writing practice, and the second half focuses on listening comprehension or speaking. Lessons will occasionally be devoted to understanding French culture and its recent history.
I am a native French speaker. I am also an LPC student and Future Trainee Solicitor at a City Law Firm. I have been tutoring students in various subjects since I was 13, including German, Spanish, Math, and violin. I have tutored over twenty students in French and am currently tutoring five students on a weekly basis, for leisure, business, or DELF preparation.
A couple of years ago, a student of mine had been predicted a C by his teacher for his GCSE in German. After six months of weekly tutoring with me, the student obtained an A* on his German GCSE.
The University of Law London, UK
Legal Practice Course (LPC) 2019-2020
University College London (UCL) London, UK
LLB Law with French law - first-class degree 2015-2019
Université Paris-II Assas Paris, FR
French law LLB – Honors 2017-2018
Institution des Chartreux Lyon, FR
French Baccalaureate in Economics and Humanities – Highest honors 2008-2015
Middle school and high school valedictorian
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE- TUTORING FRENCH
University College London (2017-2018): I tutored my fellow students in French at university level
Huntley Tutors, London (2015-2017): I tutored various students during the academic year for their GCSE examinations
Institution des Chartreux, Lyon, France (2010-2013): I tutored students in French literature for their GCSEs and French Baccalaureate
Gabrielle is a passionate and engaging teacher. She clearly devotes a lot of time preparing for the lessons which means that each session is very well structured. She is also very patient and takes time explaining new concepts and her friendly and approachable personality means that I feel very comfortable asking questions! I will definitely recommend her as a tutor!
Gabrielle has the very qualities you are looking for a in a teacher. She is passionate, caring and confident in her skills and knowledge. We met at our university's string orchestra and I always admired Gabrielle's focus and initiative, not to mention her respectul and helpful attitude towards less-skilled violinists. I recommend Gabrielle without hesitation.
Gabrielle is a great teacher with a wide range of knowledge. She is very organised by planning out each lesson and explains topics very clearly, ensuring her students fully understand them. I would definitely recommend her as a tutor because she is very engaging and highly intelligent.
Gabrielle is an outstanding teacher. She is patient, approachable, and puts herself in the shoes of the student and is therefore able to give cohesive and helpful explanations tailored to each student's level.
She can offer a wide range of support materials - including visual aids, further reading recommendations etc.
She is available to tutor for all LLB core modules, but is particularly equipped to teach the following: Equity & Trusts, EU, French law, Company law, and Employment law.
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