Juliette B.

Juliette B.

£20 - £24 /hr

Modern languages (french) (Masters) - Durham University

4 completed lessons

About me

I am a French student coming from Paris, studying at la Sorbonne. I am a postgraduate in French literature, and am in Durham University for a year with the Erasmus program. Since I am a native French speaker, I am offering French lessons. I have already taught many students in the last three years. I want to teach french because I love languages (I speak english and german, I'm half german), and would be so happy to share my love for the french language with other people. I also studied a lot of grammar and have therefore a good "technical" approach to french, but still love french culture (literature, cinema, music). Therefore, I think that I would be able to be helpful for grammar/vocabular questions on one hand, and questions related to the French culture on the other hand (especially for A-level students). What I usually do is at first ask the student what (s)he wants/feels that (s)he needs to work on, then we establish together a line of work. It is very important that the student knows what we're doing and why. My goal is to help students feel more confident and to give them tools to be able to work on their own in the future.

I am a French student coming from Paris, studying at la Sorbonne. I am a postgraduate in French literature, and am in Durham University for a year with the Erasmus program. Since I am a native French speaker, I am offering French lessons. I have already taught many students in the last three years. I want to teach french because I love languages (I speak english and german, I'm half german), and would be so happy to share my love for the french language with other people. I also studied a lot of grammar and have therefore a good "technical" approach to french, but still love french culture (literature, cinema, music). Therefore, I think that I would be able to be helpful for grammar/vocabular questions on one hand, and questions related to the French culture on the other hand (especially for A-level students). What I usually do is at first ask the student what (s)he wants/feels that (s)he needs to work on, then we establish together a line of work. It is very important that the student knows what we're doing and why. My goal is to help students feel more confident and to give them tools to be able to work on their own in the future.

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About my sessions

I will start the lesson by asking to the student what exactly (s)he is waiting for: which exam (s)he is doing (A-level, GCSE... depending on the school the requirements can change). Then I'll ask if (s)he has precise requirements: grammar, oral practising). I would do that on the meeting session to have time to prepare some exercises for the next session. The student can also prepare questions for the next session, I think that it promotes autonomy and self awareness of why the student is asking for a tutor. At the end of every session, I plan to do a recap of what we did, why we did it, and ask the student if (s)he agrees with what we did and if (s)he has any questions. I will measure progress in comparing the expectations of the student to the results: does (s)he feel more comfortable in oral practice? is (s)he confident enough for the exam? Or if there is no exam at the end, does (s)he feel more at ease now? Like I said in the last paragraph, the main goal is that the student is gaining autonomy and would not need me anymore at some point :)

I will start the lesson by asking to the student what exactly (s)he is waiting for: which exam (s)he is doing (A-level, GCSE... depending on the school the requirements can change). Then I'll ask if (s)he has precise requirements: grammar, oral practising). I would do that on the meeting session to have time to prepare some exercises for the next session. The student can also prepare questions for the next session, I think that it promotes autonomy and self awareness of why the student is asking for a tutor. At the end of every session, I plan to do a recap of what we did, why we did it, and ask the student if (s)he agrees with what we did and if (s)he has any questions. I will measure progress in comparing the expectations of the student to the results: does (s)he feel more comfortable in oral practice? is (s)he confident enough for the exam? Or if there is no exam at the end, does (s)he feel more at ease now? Like I said in the last paragraph, the main goal is that the student is gaining autonomy and would not need me anymore at some point :)

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Marcin Parent from Bielawa

27 Nov, 2018

Juliette is a great tutor. We are very grateful for her patience and clear explanations. French seems easier with Juliette!

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Fatima Student

2 Jan

Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
FrenchFrench Baccalaureate17/20
MathsFrench Baccalaureate17/20
EnglishFrench Baccalaureate19/20
Literature and MediasDegree (Bachelors)3 YEAR OF LICENCE

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrice
FrenchScottish Highers£22 /hr
FrenchA Level£24 /hr
FrenchGCSE£20 /hr
FrenchIB£24 /hr
French13 Plus£20 /hr

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