First, I ask the student what he/she expects of our lessons. Then, I evaluate the level of the student. I ask simple questions to see what he/she already knows or not. With these two steps, I will be in order to establish lessons that fit to the expectations and the level of the student.
My teaching method it's theory, once the course is grasped we'll move to practice. For example, I can give a course on Burgundy wines, or Bordeaux wines, then we'll move on to tasting.
My teaching method will be adapted to each student's needs. In general, I will let the student pick a subject he is interested in (cinema, photography, literature, sport, politics, music, travel...) and develop a program based on this interest, so that he or she learns as many new words, expressions, grammar rules as possible.
I can prepare to you educational courses if you want, based on real french courses, or simply prepare some subjects you want to speak about, depends on what is your final goal. There are many ways to learn a language, the best way is to practice it. I can create different type of courses and tests for an end session.
I base my learning method on my own experience, speak the language as much as possible, review the basics of French in a simple and fun way to better assimilate the different stages.
Lessons are structured in slots of 50 minutes or 90 minutes. We will practice together written and spoken French. (Use your own book). If needed I will help in the preparation of the DELF certification exam. I can also help in keep fluent your French if there is no need to learn more with some conversational French.
Je pense que la meilleure façon d'apprendre une langue est de la pratiquer. La communication est la base pour améliorer rapidement une langue.
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.
I usually base the lesson on topics that we can choose together. A first part would be a short game or reminder about what we saw the previous session. Then we would talk about grammar, conjugaison and some exercises around the subject. I like to work using games, board games and a lot of conversation oriented on the structural points we see on the day.
Je considère toujours l’enseignement/apprentissage de la langue française comme un grand défi aux multiples objectifs, privilégiant l’acquisition du savoir, du savoir-faire et du savoir-être tout en plaçant la recherche de motivation au cœur de l’apprentissage.
Repetition is the mother of learning. That's why I make a quick overview of every main things I taught previously at each beginning of lesson. The structure of a lesson will vary depending on what does the student wants to improve, his/her writing skills, oral skills, accent reduction and so on.
I used to be proactive and I can undertake responsibilities to help and adapt myself to every child, person in respect of their difficulties and needs. I only speak French and if there is a real difficulty I speak English for a better understanding. The point is to improve and everyone has his own rhythm.
I usually start my lesson with a short friendly conversation, to get to understand my students. Then we move into a structured lesson : Learning intention and success criteria: the student knows what he/she will learn by the end of the session.
My teaching method is communicative. I base my classes on conversation and practical grammatical points. To observe our progress, we will have a series of books but I will also use extra class materials (and of course some surprises :)) to contribute to your progress in French.
My teaching method (depends of your level and your goals) is based on the basic conversation to the comprehension of a book, a play, or a movie..
My teaching method adapt to your background and knowledge of the language. I use various supports that arouse interaction and expression of one's opinion (videos, news,...) and types of exercises to teach based on your preferences (grammar, oral expression, vocabulary...
I base my method on lost of listening and comprehension, then I focus on the writing. Hearing the language is an important stape for understanding it quickly.
I try to have a personnal approach of the problem. I'll always make sure to listen to my student needs in order to focus on what he wants to improve.
I allow students a lot of freedom to choose within a range of topics from the program so they can better learn according to their interests. I provide resources according to the level and pace of learning, adapting and explaining several times the same concept to allow deep and thorough understanding.
My teaching are based on communication, adding as much vocabulary to be able to communicate, adding a base of grammar. My lessons are never boring because learning a new language should always be fun. I have been teaching French to young professionals that are looking to travel to France so I can adjust lessons to your needs.
I am a 17-year-old Swiss-French Student on a 1-year exchange in the Sutherland area, Sydney. My native language is English, so I know it very well and have lived most of my life in French, including school, so I am in a great position to help out.
The French language is very difficult to learn and I'm conscient about this, this why we have to a focus on your real problem to making the best. My teaching method is simple, take time to learn for very good comprehension.
According to the student I can prepare a classic class or something original and playful. I think games, pictures and recordings of things they like help a lot because the students are more interested. Oral expression and comprehension. Written expression and comprehension. Translation. Grammar.
The best way of learning for HSC is practise practise and more practise. If you are just beginning or somewhere in the middle then the best way is by having a good student book, lots of speaking, listening and writing tasks.
I used to approach French with kids in a fun way like songs, games movies and conversations. I went to Madagascar for volunteering when I was 20 and we taught French by fun and easy activities, like crafting, dance...
My teaching method is to adapt myself to your needs: I can adapt my French courses according to your strengths and weaknesses (speaking, listening, grammar or reading). I base my lessons on your priorities and level. I approach the subjects according to your hobbies. I really attach a great importance to adapt myself to the person I teach.
Do you feel as if you are "trying" too hard to learn french ? If this is the case, you are probably only working with one hemisphere of your brain at a time. By using only one side of the brain, you will not be able to learn effectively or easily. So you might feel frustrated, blocked, angry, nervous, or depressed. First of all, I will determine what is your learning style (visual, kinesthetic..
I am an advocate of teaching in a way that best suits the individual student. This may be experiential, student directed, teacher directed- but I believe the best approach to learning is a combination of all these approaches to keep it interesting and engaging.
Hello, as I said before I have already 2 years of experience teaching French. as a tutor, I'm flexible for my students , good with grammar skills , I take the time explain the lesson, and I'm a native french speaker. I teach from beginner, to advanced. Lessons structure: Speaking, listening, reading and writing. Difficult concepts are break down into chunk. We cover basics of French.
My teaching method is based on the kids learning capacity. Main motive is to make these lessons as engaging and interesting as possible. Kids usually have very less attention span so have to make sure that they want to come for the next class happily. Most of the kids get selected for their public speaking in schools.
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