My teaching methodology is simple: I treat every student as an individual with entirely unique needs. Hence, all of my sessions are student-driven. In order to best accomplish this, I conduct a thorough phone assessment prior to the first session to create an individualized study plan that will best meet the present desires and needs of my clients.
"Maximize LTT (Learners' Talking Time) while minimizing TTT (Teacher's Talking Time)" could be the maxim that encapsulates my teaching methodology. This way, I get my students to explore first hand the world of their target language to its fullest.
The basis of my teaching is based on teaching concepts and definitions using a variety of problem-solving methods. Prepared students for CEMC Math Contest (Gauss, Pascal, etc.), SAT, ACT, AMC 8,10/12. A dedicated person who wants to use his skills and education to help students achieve using traditional and modern approaches.
Each person is different - they learn at a different speed and in a different way. I offer 1-1 private sessions with tailor made materials and activities to suit that particular person.
I approach my students with great flexibility depending on their capacity and background. I also prepare individual learning materials for each of my students allowing them to better grasp the grammar, enrich their vocabulary, understand mathematical operations and so on.
As a student myself, I feel it is crucial to focus on the learning methods of the student themselves to get the most out of the material being taught. I think it is important to factor in both the academic and social/emotional needs of the student when creating a long or short term lesson plan so that the student can feel confident in their abilities and improvement.
I teach grades 2-12, including university and adult students. I teach all elementary subjects and upper level English, History, Sciences, and Humanities. I also help with SAT's and general test prep. I teach in a variety of ways using different sources of media.
I care about your goals and helping you reach them in smart, effective, achievable steps. I think that when a student and his/her teacher both give their 100%, the student stands a great chance at success! My favourite part about teaching is seeing students feel more comfortable and confident using the language.
I believe the international education and a reliable experience I earned in several countries and languages (I'm also excellent in French and fluent in Spanish) can be a resourceful. I have a deep, wide, and reliable knowledge of the subjects, acquired and constantly improved in internationally challenging environments.
My approach to ESL and FSL is to start where you are. I will diagnose your needs and goals and from there create a unique, highly communicative and interactive program. I use the news, magazines and all sorts of technology to make sure topics are up to date and relevant.
I first need to assess the level of proficiency of my students before planning my lessons. The first two lessons are devoted to getting a feel for the ambiance. I try to embellish my lessons with engaging games.
My teaching methods are very easy to understand and I make sure that you're concepts are clear.
I use green screen technology in my on-line classroom to make the platform come alive. I also interface this with videos and gifs to add some fun! This is ideal for visual learners.
Explore students' needs/aspirations. Build up their foundation skills. Treat students as friends. Encourage critical thinking. Homework assignments to gauge progress.
I am knowledgeable in grammar, writing, vocabulary & conversation skills. I base my lessons around the students needs. I am kind, patient with a sense of humour and I encourage students to be active learners rather than letting me do all the conversation.
My method is an evidence-based approach to teaching. I usually do an initial, short assessment and then structure a teaching plan. In this way, I know what teaching tools to incorporate into my lessons. I try to be interactive by using powerpoint presentations for my lessons and by encouraging pupils to make presentations of their own.
Hello! I am currently a master's student at UBC looking to help individuals who need to polish their essay writing and critical thinking skills. I am happy to work online or meet in person. However, most students choose online out of convenience.
I give private lessons for seven years now. I got my first job in the upper five years ago, as a teaching assistant of French (langage and literature) at Upenn (University of Pennsylvania). Coming back in Paris, I began to teach general culture in a buisness school, BTS and workplace (methodology and professional writing, training contests).
I prepare my students for their audits or examinations, make spelling / grammatical level, assistance to homework ... I also pay attention to students who think they are in a situation of failure in this school subject, I love awake the taste of literature.
Hello to you, It is the return, the good resolutions are to go: have good results and amaze everyone and yourself first. This is the moment you are in second or first. You have difficulties in French. Do not worry, it's not too late, but now it's time to act. Methodology, spelling, writing and note taking are not your forte.
Graduate French professor (BAC+6) gives private lessons to children and adults wishing to learn or improve their French. My lessons are personalized in accordance with specific needs of each learner and objectives set. My method is not academic, centered on the specificities of each learner, and has achieved very good results.
- My courses are designed for learners of all ages and target their specific needs (spelling, conjugation, writing, sample preparation of French tank, strengthening the knowledge needed for the tests Terminale L, culture and expression). I also speak for the editorial assistance and proofreading research (grammatical correctness) and for the learning of French as a foreign language.
Currently studying Master of Literary Research. I'm a good pedagogue, sociable a calm. I know how to transmit my passion for literature, arts and culture in general and make learning fun while empowering and motivating students with living and dynamic lessons based on dialogue and personal investment. I am at your disposal for any additional questions, juts contact me for more.
Professional actor for 20 years, graduated from the IEP and text lover, I will help you with kindness so that you gain confidence in yourself (fluency) and become effective: capture an audience, convince it, interpret a speech, prepare an exam. A few sessions may be enough.
I teach French, with a clear preference for the letters, ie for the first and final classes. I also teach Philosophy. I can teach just as photography, drawing and film. I have attached a video of my camera work on this page .. (My art & literary website: brunothievet.
Hi! I graduated from la Sorbonne with a B.A in Classics and French literature and I am currently studying publishing at la Sorbonne as well. I've helped high school French students to pass their tests and exams in french literature for five years and taught French language to Chinese and American newcomers.
Specializing in home courses nearby adults wanting to learn or improve in French as a 2nd or 3rd language. I use methods to develop oral and gives courses adapted to each situation and each case. If you are looking to work in France I can help you in understanding the paperwork and your research.
If you are looking for an involved and caring teacher, then you are at the right place. My studies in modern literature enable me to provide French classes for all ages and all levels: - FLE; - Revisions, homework, grammar, writing, comprehension ...; - Support for writing reports and briefs; - Preparation for competitions / exams.
Certified and experienced French teacher, teacher in high school, offers courses in applied methodology, preparation for topics of comment, dissertation, oral, Brevet, Bac, BTS. I have a specialization for students Dys, precocious ..
The course is customized : the level of the student, his expectations and his weaknesses established after an assessment test on the first lesson, determine its content. Structure is necessary in low level courses such as those in high school, FLE, FOS and some college courses. They tend to become more open and freer in advanced courses (comparative literature, literary criticism ...).
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