For me, it is essential to work with you on concrete projects according to your day-to-day interests. I build all my lessons from an action-based perspective: I like to integrate games into the phases of my lessons to make them fun and interactive.
I love making my classes interactive with quizzes and games because I believe that it's a better way for people to get engage and as well understand. I put a lot of emphasis on homework I prepare myself which I think is good for better learning.
I first talk to students to understand what are their goals and difficulties. Based on that, I will provide playful materials to help you deal with the topic in depth. I will also provide exercises that we can do together to discuss your key difficulties.
My teaching method is first to give the basics so that the person will be able to communicate. I base my classes with a combination of oral practice and theoretical exercices.
As every Child's needs are different, I believe in individual based planned lessons. Every student should be able to learn at their own rhythm in order to learn and succeed. I also believe by teaching with positive reinforcement ensures the child is more confident and will be more likely to succeed.
I strive to deliver language classes in a dynamic, topical, relevant and lively way to immerse my students in a new language. My teaching is focused on the student’s requirements respecting each different learner’s needs and abilities and continually empowering their achievements.
I first make sure that I understand the students’ needs and tailor my lessons accordingly; what they already know; what they want to improve and their learning speed. I approach topic by topic, that is, I make sure that my students understand the basic concepts before moving on to a new topic.
I'm Harsha from Mauritius and I hold a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree From China. I have tutored French and English for 5 years in China. I am now in Australia pursuing my masters at Deakin University. I have good communication skills and I speak and write English, French, Mandarin and even Hindi fluently.
My teaching method is mostly by making it fun for example tests in quizzes, having debates, or presentations. Keeping in touch with my students to understand their weakness and their success is my success.
My teaching is tailored to the students' learning type, intelligence and personal interests. My goal is to encourage independent learning and to link sometimes abstract topics with our everyday life. I am respectful of different cultures and enjoy teaching people from all over the world.
At first I have to find out what is the goal of the person who wants to learn French and to be able to respond to her needs as much as possible. I try to find texts to work on matching the interest, activities or profession of the person. I choose text introducing grammar topics, so when the vocabulary is understood we can start training on this grammatical topics with exercises.
I try not to be too rigid about my approach. It depends on my student. It is all about creating a fun and creative lesson that would be interesting for everyone. I tend to use various material such as audio and visual ones.
I identify the needs of the students and focus on supporting them through appropriate strategies and resources. I respond to the particular learning styles of my students, which can vary greatly. My recent experience as a VCE student and my current casual work with secondary students provide me with an insight into the expectations placed on students in order for them to succeed.
Depending of the student goals with the lessons, I would have different methodology. If the person just want to learn another language, I think discussion and oral understanding is a good way to get started. For more advanced student, I like to go deeper into grammar (we all know how complicated it can be!) and also learn new expressions and vocabulary.
My teaching method is very simple and attractive. I would introduce you to the basic vocabulary and grammar first. Then, that would be up to you to tell me what subjects you are willing to talk about and learn.
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.
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.
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.
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.
DELF/ DALF exam based so all levels from A1 to C2 to prep up the exam to be able to study and live in France like a native or even take the residency and nationality exam later on if those are your projects !
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.
I’m a first year university student who has experience in tutoring French for Year 10-12, and have tutored students of varying abilities. I am able to help with grammar, writing, and speaking, as well as helping with exam preparation for VCE students.
My method usually is to pick a theme for the class and then we just work around that and see where it leads us. I like to use french litterature or article related to the chosen theme ! I usually let the student take his own notes that I read afterwards and see what could be improved in his writings.
For me, doing well in French came from not only hard work, but also a very solid understanding of the foundations of French. I spent a lot of time thoroughly understanding the grammar and sentence constructions, before going on and extending them into complex ways. On top of that, I tried to understand concepts from multiple angles before applying it through rigorous practice.
Bonjour! My name is Adele, I'm 22 and I am a student. I come from Paris, and recently I just realized that many people wanted to learn French, but they are afraid to start because it can be really scary to learn a new language. I can definitely teach French to a large level of apprenticeship.
I believe that students must be given the freedom to speak his mind and his difficulties as this is the only way to get into the core of the subject. Students comes with different capabilities and there should different methods to correspond with the students.
For people who wish to learn French from scratch we will have simple conversations first with translations, studying short videos and simple texts. For people wanting to progress with some basis, a lot of conversation will be needed. We will pick together a stimulating subject and talk about it, writing useful vocabulary and phrasal structures.
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