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.
To learn a language you must immerse yourself in the language and culture. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced student, communication is the key! In my lessons, we look at key structures and phrases and focus on vocabulary and grammar.
When learning a foreign language, I know how important it is to approach it in a conversational and interactive way. My teaching methods are individually tailored and made as enjoyable as possible! Suitable for students of all ages, business people and future travellers to France, I'll adapt to your specific needs. I make a point to deliver an easy, agreeable and efficient way to learn.
I believe in the cooperative learning method, which aims to make learning fun in order to get my students motivated and involved. I believe that learning a language is to open oneself to new cultures so I believe in the intersection of language and culture. I would like to make my children learn about grammar tools and vocabulary by using French culture (tales, games, books, role-play, TV, movies.
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.
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.
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.
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 like to base my method on what motivates the student. The point is to captivate one's atention and use it as a tool to learn more of the language. Any support can be used, such as song lyrics, movies, books, TV shows. Their translation helps understanding their context and meaning.
I base my sessions around the individuals understanding and needs. They are tailored to each person and what they may need help with or want to improve on. I believe in wrote learning but languages need to be spoken to be understood properly.
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.
Firstly, I always offer my first session FREE as I would like to understand your expectations and how I can assist you to reach your goals.
When teaching, I try to use repetition and to stimulate both the echoic and visual memory of my student. As everyone learns in a different way, I adapt my course for every student to make it as efficient as possible. I also try to make it fun and entertaining to help my students to remain focused and increase their motivation.
Salut (hey), my name is Utsav and I come from the beautiful island of Mauritius. I have been living in Brisbane for the last five years and recently obtained my bachelor degree with a major in civil engineering from the University of Queensland. I’ve studied French since I was 6 years old and obtained an A in French Advanced Level from the University of Cambridge.
I am a visual learner, spending most of my personal study time through flashcards, colours and all things energetic. For me, learning isn't about what you're teaching, it's about who you are teaching and I believe that this can be different for a lot of people. My aim is to get to know an individual's learning strengths before I decide what methodology is best.
My experience with language learning is that having an effective teacher can make a world of difference. So, in my lessons, I strive to be engaging and make the lessons enjoyable and interesting, whilst simultaneously being useful and rigorous. I also believe the lessons should be mostly student-centred.
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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.
I base my teaching on the PFEQ which is the teaching program in Quebec. I teach by skills and use projects to variate my teaching methods, we called it the learning by skills. I always have a pedagogical intention for every lessons, short term goal. Theses lessons are included in a project that grows on a longer period of time. The skills will be evaluated and they are the long term goal.
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 approach topics the students are interested in with the communicative language teaching or the structural approach depending on which technique is more suitable according to the student’s area of interest. Or, If you prefer a more spontaneous fun way to learn ... i am open to discussions.
- I would always put emphasise on oral communication and understanding the students' needs. I like to base my input on videos and current articles as a starting point in order to increase students' understanding of the language and of some aspects of the culture that are important for their cursus.
Visualisation, bring academic concepts to life(visual and practical learning).Students will be able to understand how their language capabilities apply in the real-world. Also, I use cooperative learning through inquiry-based instruction and differentiation technique,managing students behaviour and improving their professional development succefully.
My teaching method is based upon my student's needs and will align with their existing knowledge of the language. My aim is to use what students already have, using their own preferred skills in order to progress. Indeed, everyone has different learning preferences and functions differently.
I believe that learning a language comes with repetition and fun. Besides vocabulary lists that need to be learned, holding a conversation is the best way to improve your skills. Text and oral comprehensions are also very useful. Watching movies without subtitles then discussing them during the lesson is an enjoyable way to learn a language.
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.
To begin with, I think that a good way to study French is to understand the logic that stands behind the language. It is known that French is hard to learn, but anyone can make it if the method is good. Since French is a living language, the most important part - in my opinion - is the oral one. This is why I would like to focus on conversation, oral expression and comprehension.
Depending on your level, I can teach you the basics of French grammar and French verb conjugating system or I can help you practice your speaking skills! Either way, practicing is key so I will come up with exercises you can relate to to help you speak/write/read and understand French !
My teaching method is to make the student comfortable and to make the student enjoy this beautiful language. To do so, I try to understand what the student is looking for with me and from there I set a plan. I usually like to start off my lessons with a bit of conversation to set the mood.
My name is Olivia Gravier, I am from Lyon, France, and now live in Adelaide, South Australia. I am a passionate French native speaker and teacher, eager to help students who are keen to learn French for a variety of reasons. My teaching philosophy is based on the Growth Mindset, where you don't know something...yet.
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