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A-Level French Tutors and A-Level French Tuition

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Kathy
regular students: - exercises I create myself to help them overcome any difficulties they are experiencing - the opportunity to mail me between lessons with queries/problems (a speedy response guaranteed!) and to bring/send homework for correction - help with film/literature/cultural topics (provided that I am given sufficient time to prepare) - a discussion of requirements/our plan of action before we start lessons - large packages of materials in the post (online students) - an atmosphere...
Howard
my neighbour now, which is just wonderful. Even my husband is amazed how far I have come. I have told my other British friends here in SW France of his excellent tutoring and they are also finding his teaching methods really helpful and beneficial. I don't know what I would do without his expertise and help! Teresa C SW France (Tuition via Skype) Thank you for all the help and advice you've given, it has...

Christiane

Professional: Translation diploma, German French Englssh (1996)
years on a one to one basis and also in small groups. I have been teaching GCSE and A levels as well as university students. I have also been helping adults and young children learn French in the way that best suit them. Help you learn at your own pace and enjoy learning a foreign language. Adapt to your personal needs and learning skills. Working together to achieve your learning goals. Varied activities for best...
Mary

Mary

PGCE: PGCE Modern Languages (1995)
personal interest. I have also taught adult evening classes to GCSE level and beginners French at primary schools in after school clubs. My lessons focus on all four language skills: listening, reading, speaking and writing. The aim is to make lessons as interactive, interesting and relevant as possible and to ensure that all students achieve their full potential. Whilst using a wide selection of resources and learning aids, lessons are tailored to meet the needs...
Michèle

Michèle

Masters: Maîtrise d'Anglais. Mention Très Bien (1979)
teaching methods. I have been mostly a classroom teacher up to now but always enjoyed my role the most when given the opportunity to tutor individuals or very small groups. This is when teaching French is at its most effective and rewarding for both student and teacher. In a one to one situation it is far easier to tailor the teaching to the learner's style, needs and interests which in my experience results in heightened...
Robin
to me, once answered a question about methods of teaching reading by saying that there are as many methods as there are children. I have never forgotten that. My current clients range from schoolchildren battling with learning disabilities, through Oxford and Cambridge applicants, adult beginners to some with post-graduate degrees. The quest for creative, individual solutions to educational problems affords me tremendous stimulation, and my students do well, whether they are studying for an examination...
write individual programmes for each student where appropriate ; in conversational French I use their own situations and personal requirements in exercises. I am confident that my methods are effective after several years of successful students with GCSE, A and AS level, business and conversational French. I tutor students in their home, place of business, school or university. I also teach students on Skype. Payment can be make in cash or cheque also online into...
Samantha

Samantha

PGCE: PGCE Secondary Education (2003)
place. I am also available to mentor learners in using their language skills in the work place. I do this by working with learners 'on the job' and helping them to get their languages up to speed as they work. I have a 'goal' based approach. The first session involves getting to know the student, finding out what their aims are for the tuition and what motivates them to learn. I then tailor all lessons...

Linda

Masters: Études françaises (1999)
allows students to play an active role in the learning process. Everyone learns a little differently, so I try to understand a learner's particular style in order to to tailor lessons and activities to that student's needs. It is important to develop and work towards specific goals, but also to leave room for creativity and imagination. My objective is to give students the tools and strategies they need to be able to learn and study...
Catherine

Catherine

Masters: History and Geography MD (1999)
active details and plenty of exercises. My teaching method is dynamic using many activities and support tools. I simply love teaching and tutoring and always get excellent results. I use flipchart, illustrations, role play, and games to boost my student's confidence. My learning support method provides skills for life For adults, a wide range of vocabulary, grammar and verbal exercises is tailored to their precise needs and different programs are submitted to suit the purpose...

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