Award-Winning French Tutors in Augusta charter Township, MI
Karine I was born and raised in Paris, France. My background is in Marketing. I am very creative and love to share my knowledge in general! If you are looking for a good French tutor, I can help you in French level 1 to 4 and conversational as well! ... Experiencing and practicing. ;)... Review the student's basic knowledge, and way of learning, and define a "Tailor Made" strategy to achieve our goals!! Discipline, exercises, laughter and creativity!
Cours Lamartine - Bachelors, Lettres
Leah ...aim is to graduate in 2017 and continue to teach Japanese and ESL. My experience has varied significantly over the years in terms of subjects taught, age group, and even location. I taught ESL to Japanese students online through SkimaTalk for a few years, then went on to teach Japanese to a high school student in California and another college student in Michigan, and also taught French to a homeschooled student online for 1 year...
Eastern Michigan University - Current Undergrad, Linguistics
James ...within the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti areas. I possess over 20 years of experience with Detroit Public Schools and other school systems. I have taught individuals of all ages in a variety of subjects. After school hours, I would teach French and Spanish. I am a graduate of University of Michigan University and majored in French. My love for foreign languages started at an early age as I grew up in a bilingual home that...
University of Michigan - Bachelors, Elementary Education
University of Michigan - Masters, Library Science
Yovana I have over two decades of teaching experience and enjoy each and every assignment. I love to watch my students grow and develop a passion for the subjects I teach and above all maintain the interest I have helped them nurture. I meet each student at their level of development and help them enhance their skills. I am a native French speaker, have lived & studied in France.... I believe in developing lifelong learners who will continue to enjoy the subjects I teach and will appreciate the relevance of what they learn. Nurturing independent thinkers who can tackle information critically is my philosophy.
Oxford Brookes, U.K - Bachelors, Politics & French
Wayne State University - Masters, Law
Janelle ...every level. From helping to develop a reading lab curriculum to working one-on-one with students in math, my goal is always to impart my lifelong love of learning. I love tutoring because it is a way to be a part of the educational process and to empower others to think critically and gain the ability to search out answers for themselves. My approach is simple - I see tutoring as a co-learning activity and am...
Gordon College - Bachelors, International Affairs
Suzel Learning to speak another language is scary for students. I want to create a comfortable atmosphere that enables students to speak the language they wish to learn: naturally, with confidence, and no barriers to impede them from achieving that goal. I have two years of experience as a teacher with emphasis on ESL education. As a native Spanish speaker, I take Spanish learners of all levels and French students up to level 3. ... Learning to speak another language is scary for students. I want to create a comfortable atmosphere that enables students to speak the language they wish to learn: naturally, with confidence, and no barriers to impede them from achieving that goal.
Washtenaw Community College - Associates, Secondary Education
Arianna ...and business endeavors. I have not only an interest, but a motivation to help others. I have helped students get into Ivy League schools as well as other top universities across the country with top scholarships. I tutor in all subjects from French to Essay Writing and Algebra to Chemistry! I want my students and tutees to see the value in themselves and know that they can accomplish anything with determination and hard work! Realizing...
Dartmouth College - Current Undergrad, Neuroscience
Hala I was born and raised between three languages (Arabic, French and English), and yes it was confusing sometimes. But with time I noticed that it was a bless, a bridge across different cultures and countries. I would love to share my passion for languages with you during an entertaining moment :)... A teacher should consider that each student is a unique individual who needs a caring and stimulating atmosphere to learn.... Do a level test.... Give him or her more sources.
University Of Jean-Moulin, France - Bachelors, French Literature
University Of Toulouse, France - PhD, French Literature
Anna Hi! I'm a writer and a visual artist born in South Africa and raised around the world. For the past year, I've taught and tutored students in SAT, ACT, and reading and writing enrichment in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I love reading, learning new things, and climbing rocks, and I travel whenever possible. The most important thing to me is movement: as long as I stay active, I'm happy.... Less is more. As a teacher, I aspire to let my students carry the weight of their instruction. The less I lecture, the more my students are figuring things out for themselves; and in the long run, that kind of information is more likely to stick.
New York University - Bachelors, Art History and Politics
Leigh ...of experience in teaching and tutoring. As a grad student, I have taught 5 semesters of first-year writing courses, as well as 1 semester of advanced French. This means I know first-hand what challenges incoming college students face, and what they can do before college to prepare. I am a fluent French-speaker, and have spent a good deal of time in France and other Francophone countries. I spent an academic year in France working at...
Cornell University - Bachelors, Near Eastern Studies, French Studies
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - PhD, Comparative Literature