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Penny

: Degree in English, French and Spanish (0)
before they started school. My main occupation for the last 20 years has been tutoring. I have been a private tutor for over 20 years and have had great success with those with learning difficulties, with those who need help learning to read and with number work. I have also taught A level pupils in English and increased the confidence and ability of GCSE pupils. I firmly believe in a relaxed and stress-free approach to...

Marie-Françoise

Bachelors: Diplôme d'Etudes de la Langue Anglaise (1976)
trained to introduce the language to very young children through a variety of games and fun activities. I have 20 years' experience as a tutor of French, I work with children of all ages (nursery, primary, secondary) in small groups or on a one-to-one basis. I also help A' level and university students prepare for their exams. In addition, I run conversation classes for adults. I first evaluate the level the student is at, and...
Florence

Florence

Masters: Teacher (1993)
enjoy seeing the progress of my students and their ability to converse with me in a second language. I live in Long Stratton, Norwich. Experienced in tutoring from ages 10 years old through to adults. Experienced English to French based language. Experienced Trainer at IBM. Translation services available specialising in the medical field & the scientific areas. Experienced in quarrying & construction, entertainment cartoons, business-to-business communication, social, cultural & more! Bespoke lessons are available so...
Adam

Adam

College: GCSE Level in German (2001)
in a relaxed environment. I appreciate the difficulties learners face with learning a language and try to explain sometimes complicated concepts in plain English, avoiding unnecessary jargon. I hear repeatedly that evening classes, courses, etc. are not working for them. Foreign languages however are often taught with too little explanation being given. Languages however can be fairly straightforward once you understand the background to the rules. To help your learning, I break down the learning...

Yvette

QTS: teaching qualification (2008)
I have worked in several secondary schools teaching both French and Spanish at KS3 and KS4. I have also tutored both French and Spanish students at A level and many adults in commercial settings. I have taught French in primary schools on a voluntary basis and as part of a high school partnership. Giving students confidence in themselves, regardless of their ability, is of the utmost importance to me. Being a good teacher is not...
Francis

Francis

French, German, Italian, Spanish
Bachelors: Modern Languages (1970)
Modern Languages. I teach English (both as a literacy subject and as a second language), French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Latin. Head of Modern Language Departments in various schools for 27 years, most recently in Haslemere, Surrey. Also actively involved as an Examiner and Moderator for national exam boards. Just as no two individuals are alike, no "one size fits all" teaching programme is adopted. I tailor every course - and, more importantly, the...
Jackie

Jackie

French, German, Japanese
Doctorate: Pass (2011)
involved using my German and Japanese languages on the telephone and composing emails on a daily basis. My French is proficient and I am pleased to have been able to help my French GCSE student improve her grade from a C to a B in one term! I have been teaching languages on a part-time basis for the past two years (Japanese, French and German) since completing my PhD studies. Prior to this, whilst living...
Scarlett

Scarlett

Bachelors: French (voluntary) (2015)
that, tutors are responsible for maintaining liaison with both teachers and parents to identify weak areas and work towards fixing them. I am a Modern Languages and European Studies (Italian advanced, Spanish adv, French adv) graduate from the University of Bath. I am entering this industry with expert linguistic and translating competence. I have received excellent training and mentoring at a private language school and have gained additional insights into the language industry through being...
Fiona

Fiona

Masters: Teaching Foreign Languages (2010)
15 years of experience in teaching children and adults, both on a one-to-one and group basis. I have numerous qualifications in language studies and a Diploma in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and a Masters in Teaching Foreign Languages. Furthermore, my professional development continues through attendance at courses updating on didactical methods, as well as placements in schools abroad to share best practice and keep up-to-date with changes in the language. I would describe...
Odile

Odile

Bachelors: DEUG English and Spanish (1988)
have been teaching French to Adult learners since1995 at Central Sussex College. I have been teaching French to children aged 4 to 11 since 2009 in a primary school. I have supported a number of students preparing either their GCSE's or A level French on a one to one basis. I am happy to teach English as a Foreign Language. I thoroughly enjoy teaching on a one to one basis as one can focus on...

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