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Devon French Tutors and Devon French Tuition

First Tutors helps you to find Devon french tutors in your local area. Our service profiles Devon french teachers offering popular subjects such as English, Maths and Chemistry, but also less common subjects such as Latin. Entrance exams, SATs, GCSEs and A-Levels home french tuition are all catered for across Devon. Please search for Devon private french teachers near you and select which most fits your needs.

Meet some of our Tutors

Hélène
years in secondary schools, at University level and I have been a tutor for the past five years. I enjoy tutoring on a one to one basis, so that I can get to know the student and help them to the best of their abilities, I try to build up their confidence and enjoyment of the subject, I have had the most rewarding time with my tutees and I am pleased to say that they...
Rosemary

Rosemary

Doctorate: PhD in Theology (with literary criticism) (2009)
a private tutor is an effective way to overcome any stumbling blocks your child may have been encountering with particular subjects. Now working part-time as an academic researcher at my local university, I have resumed personal tutoring because I know how important it is to build confidence and nurture talent and enthusiasm for learning from the earliest learning in primary school right through to university. I can help you to get to grips with course...
Frances
and KS3 I believe learning should be fun and student-led and so I aim to ensure lessons are engaging and try to act as a facilitator to learning where ever possible. This requires that lessons are planned properly and are part of a well-thought out scheme of learning. I absolutely love teaching and being able to tutor one-to-one is a great opportunity to see students make rapid progress in their learning. At GCSE and A...
Skills and Adult Literacy. I see a teacher as a facilitator and motivator. Teaching material depends on the student's individual requirements. Basics can be taught and require the student's application to learn them, but the learning 'comes alive' when students try out and manipulate the particular features of language for themselves, whether it's through written exercises or a spoken exchange like role-play. And for this, they need, as we all do, their confidence built up...
Charlotte
with their Language learning. Conversational language and contextualising new grammar and structures for learners is something that I am passionate about to help them to immediately use new language and apply it to everyday life. I also try to make my lessons enjoyable for my students because I believe that people learn more when they are enjoying their lessons! I conduct most of my lessons in Exeter but am able to teach pupils at my...
Hayley

Hayley

Bachelors: BSc (hons) German and Engineering (1993)
your current capabilities. A bespoke learning programme - face to face or via skype, in blocks of hourly or two-hourly lessons is then designed and full commitment given on both sides to fulfil the programme. Homework, progress reviews, interactive exercises and plenty of speaking by the learner is the main structure. Languages require commitment, but are also great fun. I will do my best to understand your learning style and shape the lessons accordingly with...
I became Head of Modern Languages at the **Removed By Admin**School, Walsall, where I also taught A Level Religious Studies. In France I taught English to engineers, accountants and office/factory workers. I have a wide experience of pupils/students from all ages and backgrounds which gives me the confidence to take a relaxed and friendly approach. As a tutor I am patient and ready to lead learners on to make good progress whatever their intellectual ability...
Robert

Robert

Masters: Medieval History (Distinction) (2010)
the subject and building their confidence through structured and measurable learning. I use a variety of stimulating resources that not only maintain interest but also broaden the student's horizons. Having a multi-disciplinary background, I always try to encourage the student to identify bridges between different subjects. Specific examination preparation involves the use of past papers to understand what is required in answering essay questions. Work on essay writing and structure helps the student's self-expression more...
Lisève

Lisève

Masters: Marine Biology (2015)
guide at the national marine aquarium with the discovery and learning team where much of my work is to make science accessible and interesting to everyone. When tutoring science and languages I think an activity based approach - where you do things rather than being told things is key. For languages I like to incorporate movie clips and music to help with acquisition of knowledge. For science I like to incorporate a variety of activities...
Chris

Chris

PGCE: PGCE (1976)
you to achieve your goals. I also strongly recommend that you contact a couple of my former and current students( all are happy for me to let you have their contact details) and have an informal chat with them before coming to a final decision. It's quite easy to match you up with someone who has either had or is currently having from me the kind of tuition you are looking for.You can then ask...

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