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Degree: BA Language and Culture (Spanish & Arabic) (Bachelors) - University College London University
Hello/Bonjour/Buenos días/Bom dia
My name is Felix. I am a European Languages graduate from UCL and I teach French, Spanish and Portuguese, all levels. I have taught at home, in schools, abroad and online.
I have also worked as a Spanish translator for British law firm Clyde & Co. and as a Portuguese interpreter at Amnesty International. I recently interpreted from these two languages into French at the COP21 in Paris.
My goals include sustainability and social justice advocacy and my interests are music and travel. I enjoy giving talks abroad and sharing and picking up knowledge.
I know foreign language exams can be hard to prepare for when no one at home speaks that language. I want to show you how I overcame this and give you the same exposure I had.
SEP 2011 – 2015 - Language & Culture (Spanish and Arabic) at UCL (University College London)
AUG – SEP 2012 - TESOL Training at Trinity TEFL Lab London
2006 – 2011 – St. Edward’s School Oxford – 9 GCSEs & 3 A-LEVELS: English, French & Spanish
Lesson and homework planning
Private one to one GCSE/A-LEVEL tuition and syllabus planning
CRB checked and trained in tutoring children and young learners
Competent with classroom technology e.g. interactive whiteboard and online teaching Business English and IELTS Exam preparation
Teaching groups of adults between 19 and 50+ years of age
Groups of 4 to 20 students, mixed nationalities and linguistic backgrounds
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|French||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Portuguese||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Spanish||A Level||£20 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|.MLAT (Modern Languages)||Uni Admissions Test||£25 /hr|
Vocab: Songs, TV, Films. To learn a word you have to see it, hear it and say it at least 5 times.
Grammar: Read. Why? Because the more you see grammar in use, the more you will reproduce it in writing and speaking.
Speaking: Talk to yourself! Thinking out loud improves fluency. The more exposure, the more you will do this.