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A supportive and engaging tutor with an aim for success
Hi! My name is Sohini, a friendly and helpful tutor currently studying Maths at the LSE because of how much I love the subject and teaching it, so I would say that I major in Maths. Nevertheless, I have always enjoyed learning and teaching languages to others, in particular Spanish, French and Bengali. To quickly describe myself, I am 21-years old and have worked as a tutor for approximately 5 years now. From my experiences, I have picked up new and creative ways to make education as enjoyable and enlightening as possible. For a short time, I did also work as a fundraiser for multiple charities which enhanced my optimism and made me more confident with my abilities. In short, I don't give up. I consistently try to improve the development of my students so that they are satisfied with their quality of education and level of confidence. I have experience working at homes, schools and tutoring centres, and I have mostly worked with those aged between 5 and 17, both while employed and while volunteering. However, I have never limited myself to a particular age when it comes to taking students - learning is for all ages! Finally, I am flexible, both in time and lesson rate, and quick to respond to messages for lessons so feel free to message me, even if you don't see the time slot you want. Last updated: 24/07/18
I love my country France and teaching French !
I am a native French speaker from Paris, France. I offer French lessons to students from Key Stage Two to the A-levels and i am familiar with the new curriculum. With 2 years of experience teaching French to children between 7 to 11 years old at two primary schools in London, I see tutoring as the opportunity to also work with students of an older age who are looking to explore French at a more advanced level. I bring a very caring and supportive approach to her lessons. I carefully consider each student's needs and aim to build their confidence in using the language, while ensuring that the student receives all-round support in not only reading and writing, but also speaking and listening. A mother of two children, I tutored my son and my daughter for 11+ mathematics and non-verbal reasoning examinations, resulting in their successful entries to Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School and St Michael's Catholic Grammar School. I also tutor French to my children.
Experienced and qualified native tutor - learn, enjoy, share
Hey ;) Native french from Paris, passionate (French and English literature, music, cinema, entrepreneurship, …) with non-conventional teaching methods. I have been studying a lot in my life and I am convinced the best way to learn is making it fun and I strongly believe the best way to learn is when you are willing about it. My teaching methods are based on my practical experiences and I know how to make people fluent. As a long-time learner, I will tailor sessions and give you all my tips to reach your requirements. I offer french lessons from beginners to advanced learners. STRUCTURE OF THE LESSONS: I build my lessons through a communicative approach maximising the use of the target language. My lessons are usually task-based and centred around practical functions. During each lesson, we will always work on four different skills such as speaking, listening, reading and writing, using a great variety of teaching materials reflecting real-life situations. MY COURSES WILL AIM AT: – Improving your listening and conversation skills – Explaining grammar rules – Introducing new vocabulary using specific learning methods – Enhancing your writing, speaking and listening skills LANGUAGE: I have learnt English, Spanish and I am currently learning Italian and Russian, so I perfectly understand how it feels to learn a new language and the difficulties that one can come across, especially when that language isn't using the same alphabet as your mother tongue. EXPERIENCE: I have taught French to people from Europe, Commonwealth, Russia, Colombia, Iran, Sri Lanka, Maldives, South Africa, Syria, Lebanon, Algeria, Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, and China, and among them, some were students, teachers, analysts, brokers, nurses, doctors, lawyers, singers, business owners, writers, actors, ambassadors, personal trainers, interior designers, architects, TV and movie producers… I am looking forward to hearing from you :) Sylvain
A language enthusiast who likes to make learning fun and productive!
Hey there! My name is Joshua and I'm a final year student at the University of Southampton. I study Modern Languages, them being French, German and Chinese. I've always had a passion for languages and I aspire to do something with them and use them in a job. I hope to to do a European Masters in Translation and Interpretation to continue to improve my proficiency in the languages I speak. I love learning languages because you are not only learning a language; you are also introduced into a new and exciting culture, where you can discover about the food, history, music, traditions, etc. of a country. The cultural competency you gain is great and is very valued with employers, since it shows you can be flexible and have great communication skills. I would love to help you with your language learning and show how fun and rewarding language learning can be! Whilst grammar can be tedious sometimes, I like to make it more enjoyable, since you learn things much better when you like what you are doing. For languages, there are many ways in which you can improve, and I would make sure that all the main skills are covered in order to improve - these being listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. These skills would not be improved just through the use of a textbook - videos, role plays, listening exercises, flashcards, quizzes, etc. would all be used to bring variety to the learning. Every lesson will be different, since I feel that in order to learn efficiently, variety is needed to keep the student interested. At the beginning of each lesson, clear and achievable learning goals will be set out, so they know what to reach for and what to expect in each lesson. At any point during the lesson, the student may ask me questions about the learning content or if they're confused about their learning goals, so that we can both progress together efficiently and productively. I will also gain an understanding from the pupil about what their preferred learning methods are, so that I can tailor to their individual needs - are they more of a visual learner, for example. Learning will be achieved through a range of ways such as vocabulary and grammar exercises with flashcards and quizzes for reading and writing skills, role-play and dialogue exercises to improve speaking skills, past papers for exam preparation, etc. Other activities may be listening to foreign music and playing language games - all to facilitate and encourage learning. Allof these activities will be centred around the work of the student, i.e. around the A-level syllabus, GCSE practice papers, etc. The progress will be measured through all these activities, where I will keep note of test scores and change the difficulty and content of the lesson, based on the progress they are making and learning goals.
Easy-peasy work with a caring Tutor.
As a senior, I had the privilege to teach young children maths and biology. Most of them were new to tuition so patience and responsibility took a great part in this experience. -Simplifying complex steps and taking things steps by steps boosted students confidently and allowed them to have more fun. -Furthermore, allowing to know your audience helped me to realise that it was easier to build a friendship between the junior to communicate and make them less shy and comfortable. - Students were in varies levels so patience and understanding were essential to keep students. As a 2nd year biomedical student, I am on track to graduate with a 1st class with variety of practical experiences in becoming a biomedical scientist. I am a highly inspired and adaptable individual who loves to challenge myself in order to build diverse intreact biological knowledge by surrounding myself in an endless educational environment.