...and thought there was no better place to do so than in the Middle East itself. So I moved overseas and earned my compound M.A. in Historical Geography from Jerusalem University College in 2010. My diverse academic background allows me to tutor a wide variety of subjects including; History, Geography, Earth Science, English, Environmental Science, ESL/ELL, Essay Editing, Hebrew, Languages, Politics, Reading, Religious Studies, Social Studies, Study Skills, and Writing. Outside of my academic interests...
...greater Denver, CO area. I use a hands-on and humorous approach which enables my students to remember and internalize their lessons. Apart from being a French tutor, I work alongside people with disabilities and teach them skills to conquer their life challenges. I am full of patience, integrity, and compassion, holding my students' success at heart. After mastering English and currently learning Spanish, I know what it takes to become versed in a new language...
...French language and French acquisition both domestically and abroad. Along with French, I have significant hours of study in university-level German. I am conversationally fluent in other languages such as: Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, and Mandarin Chinese. In addition to my foreign language study, I am certified to teach English to non-native English speakers (TESOL). Furthermore, I have a wide knowledge of various fields in linguistics such as: Phonetics/Phonology, Syntax, Sociolinguistics, Second Language Acquisition, and Romance...
...my experiences and endeavors throughout my 8-year career. If you would like to read or know more, please let me know. I am an avid linguist who speaks English natively, fluent Spanish and Italian, a lot of French, a decent amount of German and Portuguese, a little Polish, and a tiny bit of several miscellaneous languages. I also am an ESL tutor/teacher who has worked with several English language learners from all over the world...
...have extensive experience from both sides of the language learning sphere- teaching and learning. My training in Linguistics has given me a deeper understanding of the inner-workings of both Language and the brain with language acquisition. This expertise helps me take a more logical, natural approach to language learning- something so many language teachers these days seem to miss! By keeping lessons interesting, practical, and engaging, I am able to help students gain confidence, learn...
...In 2014, I decided I loved teaching one-on-one, and I have been tutoring since then. I have a real gift for knowing what to focus on with my students, so that they learn exactly what they need to know in the most efficient way possible. I am super patient, and I really love seeing my students make progress. I also feel like I learn as much from my students as they learn from me, and...
...le chemin la comprhension totale. I am a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. I have been teaching private students (Voice, Theatre, English, French) and groups (Voice, Theatre, English, French) for over twelve years. I run a non-profit LLC (Trust Your Gut Productions) and am a working actor/composer. One of the most fulfilling things for me is helping those who wish to better themselves and their skill-sets to do so. My affable, professional...
...I have ten years of experience teaching French, English, Russian and Romanian to students of various ages(7-80 years old). I tutor several subjects in French, Russian, English and Romanian. I enjoy tutoring very much because it gives me the chance to practice all the languages I speak as well as work with people of different ages. I believe a tutor/teacher should have a flexible teaching style in order to meet his/her students' needs and goals...
...and math, though I prefer biological sciences as my field is microbiology. I typically work with high school and college students but have some experience with younger students. For those that wish to improve and understand concepts better, I will gladly use creative problem solving to find a way to relate a concept in terms the student will grasp. I have completed research projects involving wildlife and antibiotic resistance and even giving concrete the properties...
I am a entrepreneurial travel-loving singer and songwriter living in New York City. I have been accepted by Tulane University into their Masters in Finance program, which I will start in June 2017. I love teaching whether it's teaching music theory, teaching people to knit or my clear favorite: test prep. When I'm not doing any of the things I mentioned, you can find me long-distance running, exploring new restaurants and writing the occasional screen-play.
...graduated from Haverford College in May 2019, with a major in French and Francophone Studies (Departmental Honors), minors in Film and Media Studies at Swarthmore College and Environmental Studies at Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges, and a concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights, I am presently working toward a Master of Arts in Theater Studies at the Institut d'etudes theatrales of the Sorbonne Nouvelle University in Paris. I also teach English, Environmental Studies, and...
...harder it looks, the greater the fulfillment will be. I graduated from Mountain View College in Dallas- Texas with an Associates of Art. I am a native French speaker but along with my master in the french language, I also speak English, Spanish and Mina( a dialect of a West African country called TOGO). I love sharing my knowledge with people because knowledge is power and ignorance is death. I love learning in a fun...
...in SAT and ACT test prep and math, science, history, and other subjects at the high school level. Beyond just helping improve students standardized test scores, I strive to inspire students to be confident, lifelong learners by getting to know what drives them individually and connecting this to their broader professional plans. The most rewarding aspect of tutoring for me is seeing my tutees understand something for the first time, and as a future teacher,...
...business plans and create their financial statements. I tutor Algebra, Calculus I, Introductory Finance, Introductory Accounting, and French although my true passion is Maths. If I had to describe my tutoring style in one word I would say flexible. My goal is to make sure my students feel comfortable and enthusiastic about learning. It is important for me to listen to them, learn which teaching mechanism works best for them, and adapt myself to maximize...
...recent graduate of Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School with an MPA and concentrations in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy. I did my undergrad at The Ohio State University where I studied Arabic and Development Economics. Previously, I worked in international affairs in various hotspots throughout the world including Afghanistan and Iraq. I enjoy teaching and empowering students to not only learn the material at hand but also develop skills that can help them solve a...
...I studied by Bachelor's Degree in French! I am fluent in French and can also speak basic Arabic. I worked as a tutor for the last two years to help ESL students to learn English, or write college-level academic papers. I also have experience tutoring various math subjects, and I enjoy this just as much as tutoring English related subjects. I enjoy working with students of any age and would love to meet with your...
...7 years, I have had the privilege to teach in self-contained and interrelated classrooms. My primary language is French. I am currently employed as a full time French instructor with a Charter School in the Metro Atlanta area. Though I am certified to teach all subjects, I have decided to focus on French at this moment. I currently hold certification in the following areas: French (grades K-12); Math, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies (K-8...
...to say that my love for languages is what makes me a great tutor. During my final two years at university, I was taking both French and Spanish classes back to back and would devote almost all of my free time to studying/helping others. I engage with the students, focus on their problem areas, and work with them to solve the issues that they're facing while trying to learn a new language. I am a...
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After years of studying French in high school, the opportunity to earn college credit for the knowledge one has gained before ever setting foot on a college campus can be extremely appealing. The French Language CLEP Exam provides just such an opportunity at many colleges and universities nationwide. This exam will provide you with the opportunity to fulfill up to two years of French study through successfully completing a single exam, but only if you prepare well for the demands of test day. No matter what your major will be in college, such credit can help ease your transition into collegiate studies. Many students do not plan to focus on foreign language studies in college, but many (if not most) programs require a set of core curriculum courses that include foreign language requirements. Get your French in order with a CLEP French Language tutor with the skills and experience to help you succeed.
Why needlessly repeat the work that you have done in a high school French class if you can use the CLEP exam to earn credits now, allowing you to focus on your particular major's courses? On the other hand, if you are planning to major in French, why would you wish to waste time reviewing topics you already understand, when you could be pressing onward to more advanced studies in French grammar and literature? No matter the educational trajectory that you aim to pursue in college, the CLEP exam offers an excellent opportunity to begin your college studies from an advanced position. In preparing for test day, you will need an able guide to help you review the many concepts that you have learned throughout your years of study. Varsity Tutors can help connect you with a CLEP French Language tutor who can assist you in preparing for this exam in an organized manner that's focused on your particular academic needs. Your tutor can meet at a time and location of your choosing, or face-to-face online.
The CLEP exam will test you on aural as well as reading proficiency. Regarding the first, CLEP French Language tutoring can help you bolster your listening and conversational skills so that you can meet the requirements of the examination board. Do not let a small misunderstanding lead to missed opportunities to earn points! Exercises targeting your weaker areas of knowledge can help you prepare your listening and speaking skills to be tested. The benefit of being able to practice your French conversational skills with a fluent instructor cannot be understated. In addition, throughout your French studies, you have learned a plethora of grammatical concepts, covering verbal grammar and idiomatic usages, which will be key parts of the examination. These concepts must be reviewed if you are to succeed on the questions that test your comprehension of these linguistic skills.
In addition, such review is necessary so you will have enough time to adequately answer the questions concerning the reading comprehension passages. Succeeding in these will require a great deal more time, and the combined application of the French skills that you have gained to this point. Likewise, a personal tutor can help you avoid the dreaded case of forgotten vocabulary by helping you to target your weakest areas of retention long before any test-day mishaps.
Among all subjects, the study of language is perhaps most ideally undertaken in collaboration with a partner who can directly interact with you. Such interaction enhances your utilization and retention of the concepts being studied. Your personal tutor can be your guide as you prepare for the CLEP French exam. Rather than wading alone through the many concepts you have learned in your years of language study, contact Varsity Tutors today for help connecting with a CLEP French Language tutor for your test preparation!
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The student did well in our session today. Her math and writing scores have improved by 60 points each between her two sittings of the test, so she should be confident. I think her biggest improvement in recent weeks has been her vocabulary. She is using her strong language skills and deductive reasoning very effectively. As usual, she did extremely well in the writing (multiple choice) section, so even though she's improved, I believe she is capable of a much higher score than a 570.
We did a couple of sentence completion questions then focused on the writing sections. The student has really improved on the grammar sections, and I'm interested in seeing how he performs under time constraints. He is very good at identifying sentence structures and using the strategies we have worked on. We can still tie up some loose ends on the grammar front, but I am very encouraged by the progress we have made thus far.
The student and I got started by going through her practice ACT; she had scored much higher than she expected on the Math and Reading tests (though we still went over the missed/guessed answers). We will work on pacing as she mentioned not being able to finish the Science tests in time.
Made clear goals with the student about what work he needs to do on his own time between sessions, mainly practice tests, to figure out the pacing of the exam and become comfortable taking tests in the SAT format, and making an effort to read more to expand his useful vocabulary, reading speed, and reading comprehension. Took two diagnostic tests (one in Critical Reading and one in Mathematics). Determined that he is strong in Mathematics.
The student and I covered the Advanced Algebra section of the COMPASS exam tonight, after finishing the Basic Algebra section entirely. We've about one session's worth of material left on that, and then he'll take the exam before going on vacation.
Today the student and I worked on the essay for the first half hour. I went over some example prompts with her and we looked at brainstorming and examples for each topic. We then moved to analogies, followed by the reading passages and then math for the last 50 minutes or so.