I approach tutoring as a custom-made session. I listen to my students, learn about their learning styles, and tailor lessons to meet their needs and wants. My goal is to instill the love of learning a foreign language, and to help them achieve what they want.
I am a French native speaker from Switzerland and I am fluent in English. I have always enjoyed learning new languages such as English, Italian and German. I would like to teach others my language (hearing, speaking, reading and writing). Don't hesitate to contact me to discuss what kind of help you need.
In order to keep the class alive and diverse, while allowing to master all the different facets of the language, I put the accent on using a wide variety of different sources. And because everyone has very different ways of learning, I adapt myself to each student.
I like to teach in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. I am very structure, so its easy for my students to understand the grammar. I am very meticulous about pronunciation. I like to use flash cards, games to learn the vocabulary.
Lots of talking and learning based on examples acquisition. In order to produce, you need to induce. Also I tend to let my learners walk by themselves, make mistakes but always watching their backs. I never let anyone down. However the key is the interest and motivation of the student. Everything else should come naturally.
I graduated high school from a french private school in lebanon and passed my french Baccalaureate in sociology and economy. I would be happy to help in any level of french you're in until you can hopefully be able to speak and write fluently.
My teaching methods are both the old fashion way and the unconventional one. I mean, I certainly will follow you on every step of the way, but I believe that the best way to learn is by having Fun !! Music, videos, Cartoons, and some small advertisements examples are going to be on my program.
My teaching methodology is based on an immersion approach to teaching French. Most of the lessons are based on communication, culture and cultural comparison . Lessons are based on encouragement and letting the student communicate in the target language. Oral, written, reading skills are all included.
I structure my lessons around what my students do during the week or like to spend their free time doing. This ensures that they can learn how to use the language in a useful & meaningful way. We will learn various grammatical structures, idioms and words that will equip them to clearly express their thoughts and engage with what matters to them.
I teach students how to teach themselves. My lessons focus on each student's personal interests, emphasizing conversation-building from the first day. Typically, students tell me about their interests, and I supply the vocabulary and grammar to help them express whatever they wish to say.
I am willing to teach anyone at any age and fluency level. I base my lessons on what YOU are struggling with and what YOU want to learn so that we both can see the progress that you desire and deserve.
I teach elementary/intermediate French in similar styles. I teach grammatical concepts as the basis of each lesson and then add on vocabulary. Often I prepare games for students to recall vocabulary and practice writing/speaking it. I focus on the student producing the language rather than passively absorbing it (although they will listen to me speak French quite a bit as well).
My teaching method is dedication to each individual student. My number one priority is that the person I am teaching is understanding and improving. I want people to feel comfortable enough with what they learn, that they can use it confidently both inside and outside a classroom setting.
My teaching technique is based on exchanges and free reflection on different subjects. For me, the most important thing is not to add knowledge to each other, but to learn about it and know how and when to use it.
With French, I prefer immersive learning and try to avoid using English as much as possible. I believe that repetitive exercises are effective for foreign language acquisition. For this reason, I believe it is incredibly important that each student use a workbook of some sort--and I can certainly recommend some great options.
I like to use task based teaching in the classroom which is an approach to second language acquisition that allows students to complete meaningful tasks in the language being taught. Examples of these activities include writing dialogues to read in front of the class and discussion based activities such as how rags to riches is perceived in different cultures.
New on this platform, but Professor since 2016, I teach online and in the Alliance française of Salvador de Bahia. I am native from Reims, in France but I am living as an expatriate in Brazil. The advantage of having a private professor is to have exactly what you need and how you need it. I build my lessons to give you exactly that.
I have a bachelor degree in french literature and a master degree in intercultural education with 40 years of experience in teaching french at all levels. I taught french as a foreign language and as a mother tong. I customize my teaching according to the needs of my students.
BA in Philosophy with a minor in French from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. I am more than fluent in the French language. I have spent more than a month in the country, speaking only French during my travels. I've come to have a deep appreciation for the language that I hope to share with others, especially in Louisiana.
I am a recently retired educator with thirty years experience teaching English/Language Arts. I taught K - 12 and college. My lesson structures varied depending upon the number of students and various academic levels the students' test scores in their reading, writing and math scores.
I taught students from 5 to 60 years old; therefore, I had to accommodate my method to each student depending on the preferred way of learning and learning needs. I start by asking my students what is it that they want to learn the most and how they think they will learn it best, then we make a plan and a schedule to achieve the goal.
I will use your textbook and supplement with authentic materials if that is helpful. I want you to be comfortable with the pace of work but I will encourage you to push yourself so that you can achieve success and fluency.
I am a Marketing graduate from Montreal, Canada and give french lessons to students of all ages. I structure my lessons according to the needs of each student, taking into consideration their level, interests and goals. Students work on building vocabulary, grammar and sentence structure, reading and listening comprehension, and speaking practice.
I work a lot on the grammar and prononciation of words. Lot of vocabulary words and verbs conjugation. I try to keep my classes fun and interesting while working hard.
I adapt to my student. if you are an individual traveling overseas on a business trip, we will be working in immersion and on immediately applicable skills, day to day functioning. if you are a student preparing for something specific, we will target our approach to your specific needs.
In general, I try to tailor my teaching methodology to each student, depending on their level of experience in the language and what they want to get out of it. In general, I try to teach using every day activities and normal conversation, trying to mimic the way we learn our native languages.
I make a point to tailor all my lessons to the needs and goals of my students. Because I am a native French speaker, I understand the challenges when learning a new language and value the importance of cultural literacy.
I will explain the assignment/home work and will assist you. My goal is for you to understand, speak French and guide you to not be fluent but to read and write. Depending on your level, you will excel. You will learn.
My teaching method is very logical. I go at the student's own pace. In other words, I don't give them too much that he/she can't handle. I teach grammar, sentence structure, verbs, conjugating verbs and word pronunciation. I also teach the student to think in French which gives them a strong understanding and perspective of the language.
My goal is provided in French different tool to love this language. I use art, manual activities and games to love and practice this language with pleasure. My method is based on written and oral language. With my experience, I have seen a faster assimilation of the language through games or activities.
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Perfect! Gabrielle is an excellent teacher. She is very patient, organized, and does a great job explaining concepts when I am confused. I look forward to continuing to learn with her.
Perfect! Michele is a native French speaker that gives excellent and affordable French lessons. She Accommodantes your learning requests that keeps a person coming back. She is patient and never in a hurry or counts the minutes till the lesson is...
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Perfect! She helped me with my homework and I did pass all of them. She was very kind, lovely and understanding. That attitude made everything easy for me.
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