If you are a beginner, let's have some fun! You will not remember anything from a boring lesson. If you already have some knowledge of French we can talk about the subjects you like. We always start a new lesson with a review and end up with a short recap.
Having done the journey in the other direction (French to English), I understand how hard learning a new language can be, but have mastered a few tricks to make it much easier and would love to share them and take your French to the next level!
Hi everyone, I am Qween-Ann, I am Vietnamese but I used to live and study in France for 7 years and French is my second language.
I am a student in Linguistics, and I speak three languages. My lessons are geared towards anyone who wishes to learn French and students who need help and explanations as lessons at school or Uni can be hard to follow.
Hi there! I'm a 27-year-old French girl, I'm trilingual (French-English-German) and passionate about languages. I can teach conversational French, but also more academic lessons (just so you know, I'm obsessed with grammar!). I care about phonology (the way you pronounce the words) and will help you get a better accent. PS: I'm also available for German lessons.
I'm a graduate student from a French University, specialised in foreign languages. I would be happy to teach french basics to beginners, deeper grammar and vocabulary to the more experienced ones. As I am not a teacher, my teaching methods will be slightly different. I'll use various supports to help you understand the language better and progress (with videos, songs, texts).
I am Freya, a recent graduate of the University of Oxford, where I studied French Literature for four years. I also spent a year abroad, living and working in Belgium, where I improved my language. I am a friendly and outgoing person with a passion for teaching and languages, excited to help anyone who shares these passions! Able to teach all levels.
I am a 21 years old french guy who gives some french lessons for all levels in the Brisbane city area, we can meet in a library or I can go to your home.
I'm a flexible and patient person. The method will depends of your level, your needs and your personnality ! Because there is no good or bad way to learn, just one way for ourself.
my teaching method. i would say that i don't spoon feed my students which means that research work has to be done. Homework will be given at the end of each class i believe this will help the student to go deeper in the subject. Quizzes will be given at the end of each week to make sure the have grasp all the information.
A first approach understanding what are your needs and your will to learn French. Finding together the best way for you to progress and improve yourself. Every week checking if the lessons suits you and making changes / adjustments if it is needed.
I base my teaching on my students' objectives, needs and learning style. I help my students build confidence teaching them the essentials to understand and communicate in French language. Extended practice, with games, collaborative tasks and authentic resources assist my students improve their proficiency for the long term.
I usually am very focused on comprehension and the ability to express yourself well enough to be understood at first. As a student, I know I found the more fun and entertaining the lessons were, the more focused I was too. I think it's important to introduce students to the culture, were it through books, movies, series or generally just discussing cliches we may have about France especially.
I always start my lessons/classes with a discussion with my student(s), in which I find out how they think, how they organise their work and where their difficulties seem to be. After that I go through the material given by the school and if needed, I provide other resources after the first lesson.
My teaching method depends on the student. If you can do all the lesson in French it's a very good point to progress. When you don't understand a word I try to explain the word in French and I can use the English if you prefer.
My lessons are geared towards what the student wants to work on. I would like to make sure they are getting as much out of the lessons as they can. After building/confirming a strong basis of French knowledge, I give the students the ability to structure the lessons based on what they need.
My teaching method is based on the level of the person I have in front of me. A beginner will eventually need to get around basics principles more than once (which is normal). To a more experienced student I will, for example, insist on writing skills.
Whether you are a beginner or more advanced student in French, I will approach any topic with fun, and I try to make you want to learn French in the best atmosphere possible, without any stress. Making sure you learn and enjoy at the same time is my priority.
My teaching method is first to start by basics and select a topic who might interest the student. Pronounciation and writing are the most important first. And the next step is practical. Incite the student to use the french language daily.
I will stay focused on your own target. If you just want to learn more about the french culture, based on TV series, books, ... I could explain step by step every aspects. If you want to practice your expression, we would stay focused on dialogue : what do you like, daily typical conversations, poetry, ... Your goal will be mine, and I will keep find a way to suit to your aim.
I base my classes on a big oral practice (80%) because I think it is the best way to master a language. The remaining time (20%) is spent on learning grammar rules, vocabulary, conjugation and improving writing skills. The more you practice the better you get.
The nature of the lesson will depend on your level and personal background. So first is to evaluate rapidly your level and your purpose for learning french. Is it for school? For travelling ? For finding a french wife/husband? Then let's start speaking and adjust the lessons...and the most important don't worry about doing some mistakes.
My teaching method is all about teaching according to the student's learning pace and capabilities. Understanding the student's needs is my priority in constructing my tuitions; what they already know, what they want to know and what they expect from the lessons. Then, proper exercises will be given to help improve areas such as vocabulary and grammar.
I base my method on the reading of french newspaper, actuality, and other texts about societal issues, but I am able to adapt considering the hobbies and interests of the students. Focus the lessons on dialog is the best way to immerse in a culture.
Teaching is my passion and I always do my best to teach my students because I just want them to be the perfect. I believe that a bond between a student and teacher matters the most when the student is developing a new skill. So, I take care if the student is comfortable during the studies and I am always available to help them whenever they have issues with there studies.
Brief intro about myself is that am French living in Melbourne for the last 3 year for the completion of my University studies in Architecture. Being meticulous and having an eye for detail, my favourite teaching method would be one on one interaction. Human contact is the best way to learn a language where the interaction between teacher and student is more fluid.
I can help you in different areas such as the pronunciation, the grammar, the writing, the understanding. I try to have a fun way of teaching by using videos or fun texts.
My teaching method will really target beginners, The first course will be more a talk about the student objectives, the goals he/she wants to reach.
Learning by speaking is one of the best method and it's my method! The grammar is important yes, but speaking without fear is the best way to learn! Furthermore, learning with a native speaker is always the best way, here I am!
I used to illustrate all my lessons. According to your need, your age and your level, you will learn about the French culture, including food, monuments, policies, geography, history, arts (cinema, music, paintings). The topics are huge, and you can speak together about your interest to make your teaching class as nice as possible.
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