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Christiane

Professional: Translation diploma, German French Englssh (1996)
the last 15 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...
Samantha

Samantha

PGCE: PGCE Secondary Education (2003)
French and German for and in the work 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...
Robin
headmistress I once worked with, who, at the time was something of a mentor 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...
Michèle

Michèle

Masters: Maîtrise d'Anglais. Mention Très Bien (1979)
up-to-date experience of a range of exams and 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...
pace that is comfortable for the student, whilst ensuring they progress well. I write individual programes for each student where appropriate ; in conversational French I use their own situations and personal requirements in exercises. I am used to the curriculum and requirements for GCSE, A and AS leveIs. 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...

Sarah

Bachelors: BA (hons) in Modern Language Studies (2007)
of learning into my pupils and I always get results in a relaxed, enjoyable and rewarding way. Having been a professional private tutor for 6 years, I teach the core subjects, modern languages and entrance exam preparation to learners of all ages. I understand how pupils register new information and how best to deliver it. Lessons are structured and rewarding, focused and specific. Pupils progress rapidly and develop a liking/love for the subject as they...
Marguerite

Marguerite

QTS: CAPES (French teaching qualification} (1982)
is a big part of the problem. Once they think they can, they just do it. With beginners of all ages and adults who come for pleasure, the approach is obviously very different. I have devised my own method for beginners with documents that I have gathered over the years. Here the emphasis is on speaking. I listen to my students and choose topics that interest them. These classes are more difficult to prepare but...
Oliver

Oliver

Bachelors: Modern & Medieval Languages (2014)
sophisticated and informed. I relish every point along this spectrum. It is, of course, essential to review past papers and study the specific requirements for a given exam; however, this is not everything, and I believe that there are some more general principles which help across the board. For example, writing technique (essay structure and argument, for example) is an essential tool not limited to a particular section of a particular paper. Another important element...
Murielle

Murielle

PGCE: languages (1989)
visiting or in which they wish to live. My primary aim is to make my lessons fun and productive and to do so, I use a variety of materials and games to facilitate learning and speaking. I am friendly, patient and have a good sense of humour. I tailor my lessons to every individual need, as I tutor students with different requirements and levels, from students working towards tests as well as people learning the...
Hélène
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 have all done...

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