French is considered by many as one of the most beautiful languages in the world. Indeed, I gave up counting the times friends, acquaintances, or even complete strangers expressed their delight in hearing me speaking Moliere's language. Moreover, I stopped long time ago tracking the multiple moments when people tried their best to articulate few French words or sentences in front of me. All of these experiences, sometimes hilarious but always memorable, have made me realize how privileged I am to be a French speaker.
This honor of speaking French is the result of being born in a francophone country as well as having completed most of my education in this language. Thanks to these years of studies in French, I have mastered the rules and principles of this language such as its grammar, orthography, or conjugation. In addition, I have developed a real passion for French.
This love of French is the main reason of my desire to become tutor. In fact, I would like to help others learn the language, and share with them this interest I have for French. I would like to assist them in improving their French level, both in speaking and writing. And I believe to be able to make my future students achieve this goal grace to my aforementioned background along with my enthusiasm, my good demeanor and my natural patience.
So let's start the adventure!
What is your teaching philosophy?
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
Get to know a little more about my student, for example his/her level in French, and his/her strengths and weaknesses.