Depending on the level, usually concentrating more on young children as learning a new language is easier the younger you are, I tend to study books with the student, make games out of vocabulary to enhance memorization, prepare sheets of vocabulary ...
I am a student at McGill University, studying psychology, biology and neuroscience. I graduated from High School at Ecole Jeanine Manuel in France in 2017. I have given many English classes to students about to pass the baccalaureate, and I am now looking to teach French, as it is my native language.
I do not have a cancellation policy, but as the metro here tends to be quite expensive, perhaps I will add an additional fee of a dollar or two for travel.
Being fluent in a language is not enough to be able to teach it; conveying information in an accessible, understandable manner is key and Pia has the skillset to excel at this. She is extremely analytical and can quickly gage people's personalities, which means she understands what individuals would be more or less receptive to and thus her teaching is tailored to each individual guaranteeing success. Pia has an inherently perfectionist nature so the quality of her instruction mirrors this making for a great experience! 5/5 would recommend to a friend.
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