Lesson Plans - French Tutors & Teachers

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$30.00
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French
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France
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998
French
Native
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English
C1
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Slovak
A2
I am a native French teacher with the qualification and experience to teach French at all levels, from conversation to academic writing, to kids and grown-ups. Whether you need detailed grammar explanations, varied vocabulary, fun ways to practise what you know, structured lessons plans, exam preparation or simple conversation, I can help you and make tailored lessons for you.
Flag
French
globe
France
time
998
French
Native
,
English
C1
,
Slovak
A2
I am a native French teacher with the qualification and experience to teach French at all levels, from conversation to academic writing, to kids and grown-ups. Whether you need detailed grammar explanations, varied vocabulary, fun ways to practise what you know, structured lessons plans, exam preparation or simple conversation, I can help you and make tailored lessons for you.
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$20.00
USD/h
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French
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Switzerland
time
325
French
Native
,
Spanish
C2
,
English
C1
,
German
B1
Currently taking a break from teaching
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French
globe
Switzerland
time
325
French
Native
,
Spanish
C2
,
English
C1
,
German
B1
Currently taking a break from teaching
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$19.00
USD/h
Flag
French
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France
time
813
Spanish
Native
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French
Native
,
English
C1
Bonjour, My name is Pierre, I am a French teacher. I began teaching more than 5 years ago in the US. It was at first a simple gig but I enjoyed it a lot and grew with my students. When I moved back to Europe I decided to follow this path and, in order to improve, went back to university. I completed my Bachelor's degree in Teaching French as a Foreign Language, which gave me a new focus on the way I teach. I also view my experiences living abroad as an asset to my teaching style. Through an intercultural approach I aim to deepen more traditional fields like grammar and vocabulary acquisition. I employ the communicative approach in my teaching which encourages my students to verbalize and to never be afraid of making mistakes.
Flag
French
globe
France
time
813
Spanish
Native
,
French
Native
,
English
C1
Bonjour, My name is Pierre, I am a French teacher. I began teaching more than 5 years ago in the US. It was at first a simple gig but I enjoyed it a lot and grew with my students. When I moved back to Europe I decided to follow this path and, in order to improve, went back to university. I completed my Bachelor's degree in Teaching French as a Foreign Language, which gave me a new focus on the way I teach. I also view my experiences living abroad as an asset to my teaching style. Through an intercultural approach I aim to deepen more traditional fields like grammar and vocabulary acquisition. I employ the communicative approach in my teaching which encourages my students to verbalize and to never be afraid of making mistakes.
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$22.00
USD/h
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French
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Switzerland
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1.055
French
Native
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Portuguese
Native
,
English
C1
,
Spanish
B1
,
Indonesian
A1
Hello everyone! Thank you for reading my profile! My name’s Gil and I'm 33 years old. I come from Geneva, Switzerland the land of delicious chocolate, expensive watches and beautiful mountains! :) Four years ago, I decided to quit my boring job and travel the world by bicycle. I left my bike along the way but kept on exploring new countries, meeting new people and enjoying all kinds of exotic foods ever since. I started teaching French on Verbling three years ago and I love it! WHAT CAN I DO FOR YOU? Beginners, intermediate or advanced students, whether it's your first French class or you already had some, whether you want more vocabulary, a better pronunciation, more fluency, oral comprehension or confidence when you speak French, my conversation lessons are made for you! Don't be afraid of making mistakes they'll help you improve quickly. If you have a specific goal such as acquiring social communication skills or preparing for an exam, I'll do my best to help you get there successfully! If you don't have any specific reason to learn French besides loving the language or wanting to practice, I'd also be more than happy to talk with you! WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE ME? I'm an easy going person and I like my lessons to be as fun as useful, I always try to keep them simple yet effective. I'm committed, available and I have a neutral accent. If you're not completely convinced, have a look at my reviews and book a trial lesson! ;) Feel free to tell me a bit about yourself and your goals or to ask any questions I haven't answered in this short introduction, I'd be glad to give you more information before you make your decision! Again, thank you very much for reading my profile and I hope to meet you soon! Kindly, Gil :)
Flag
French
globe
Switzerland
time
1.055
French
Native
,
Portuguese
Native
,
English
C1
,
Spanish
B1
,
Indonesian
A1
Hello everyone! Thank you for reading my profile! My name’s Gil and I'm 33 years old. I come from Geneva, Switzerland the land of delicious chocolate, expensive watches and beautiful mountains! :) Four years ago, I decided to quit my boring job and travel the world by bicycle. I left my bike along the way but kept on exploring new countries, meeting new people and enjoying all kinds of exotic foods ever since. I started teaching French on Verbling three years ago and I love it! WHAT CAN I DO FOR YOU? Beginners, intermediate or advanced students, whether it's your first French class or you already had some, whether you want more vocabulary, a better pronunciation, more fluency, oral comprehension or confidence when you speak French, my conversation lessons are made for you! Don't be afraid of making mistakes they'll help you improve quickly. If you have a specific goal such as acquiring social communication skills or preparing for an exam, I'll do my best to help you get there successfully! If you don't have any specific reason to learn French besides loving the language or wanting to practice, I'd also be more than happy to talk with you! WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE ME? I'm an easy going person and I like my lessons to be as fun as useful, I always try to keep them simple yet effective. I'm committed, available and I have a neutral accent. If you're not completely convinced, have a look at my reviews and book a trial lesson! ;) Feel free to tell me a bit about yourself and your goals or to ask any questions I haven't answered in this short introduction, I'd be glad to give you more information before you make your decision! Again, thank you very much for reading my profile and I hope to meet you soon! Kindly, Gil :)
$27.00
USD/h
Flag
French
globe
France
time
596
French
Native
,
English
C2
,
Spanish
B1
,
German
B1
Bio: Caroline Mosser is an educator, translator, writer and independent scholar. She has lived and worked in both France and the United States, and is looking forward to more adventures. After earning her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of South Carolina, she has taught French as a postdoctoral fellow at Utah State University. As a graduate student, she participated in and taught for the competitive Social Advocacy and Ethical Life scholarship program at USC. Having always been fascinated by both the sciences and the humanities, she has focused her work on their connection through the study of the representations of science and technology in popular culture. A life-long learner, she enjoys sharing her knowledge through teaching and participating in various academic and cultural projects (such as translating, interpreting, and editing). In her free time, she enjoys watching science fiction movies and TV shows as well as skating and hiking to make up for her cooking Teaching philosophy: Throughout my academic career, I have been teaching courses in French and English and am comfortable with both languages. I present myself as a mentor to students. Because I believe that teaching is a collaboration between instructor and students, I include open-ended assignment in which they explore their own interest and how it relates to our class. In a basic French-language course, I focus on creating a safe environment where students feel comfortable to participate. Being a native speaker of French, I use my experience of learning English to relate to my students and build a two-way conversation. I tell them on the first day of class that they can correct my English. Students have reacted positively and tend to feel more comfortable expressing their difficulties. I also privilege positive feedback, using an informative rather than corrective feedback policy, and metalinguistic feedback allowing students to figure out their mistake. As a facilitator, I use mostly French in order to build students’ ability to understand the language through contextual clues. I use cultural or personal artifacts to provide visual clues and authentic examples. For instance, when teaching about food, I use menus from French restaurants, asking what they would like to order, which ingredients they expect to find, leading to a discussion comparing what is offered in their favorite restaurants and what they would recommend. In the case of a higher level French-language class, I privilege contemporary material because it is more relevant to students as they include structures and vocabulary likely to be encountered outside of the classroom. Students reflect on language as form and meaning in context and finally, produce their own texts. Doing so allows me to start a discussion on how ideas can be represented differently. It allows us to discuss how meaning can take many forms. Language and literature courses are often criticized for not being practical or for being too focused on textbooks. I disagree. These courses are windows to a world of possibilities and it is my responsibility to make sure that students are able and willing to open them.
Flag
French
globe
France
time
596
French
Native
,
English
C2
,
Spanish
B1
,
German
B1
Bio: Caroline Mosser is an educator, translator, writer and independent scholar. She has lived and worked in both France and the United States, and is looking forward to more adventures. After earning her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of South Carolina, she has taught French as a postdoctoral fellow at Utah State University. As a graduate student, she participated in and taught for the competitive Social Advocacy and Ethical Life scholarship program at USC. Having always been fascinated by both the sciences and the humanities, she has focused her work on their connection through the study of the representations of science and technology in popular culture. A life-long learner, she enjoys sharing her knowledge through teaching and participating in various academic and cultural projects (such as translating, interpreting, and editing). In her free time, she enjoys watching science fiction movies and TV shows as well as skating and hiking to make up for her cooking Teaching philosophy: Throughout my academic career, I have been teaching courses in French and English and am comfortable with both languages. I present myself as a mentor to students. Because I believe that teaching is a collaboration between instructor and students, I include open-ended assignment in which they explore their own interest and how it relates to our class. In a basic French-language course, I focus on creating a safe environment where students feel comfortable to participate. Being a native speaker of French, I use my experience of learning English to relate to my students and build a two-way conversation. I tell them on the first day of class that they can correct my English. Students have reacted positively and tend to feel more comfortable expressing their difficulties. I also privilege positive feedback, using an informative rather than corrective feedback policy, and metalinguistic feedback allowing students to figure out their mistake. As a facilitator, I use mostly French in order to build students’ ability to understand the language through contextual clues. I use cultural or personal artifacts to provide visual clues and authentic examples. For instance, when teaching about food, I use menus from French restaurants, asking what they would like to order, which ingredients they expect to find, leading to a discussion comparing what is offered in their favorite restaurants and what they would recommend. In the case of a higher level French-language class, I privilege contemporary material because it is more relevant to students as they include structures and vocabulary likely to be encountered outside of the classroom. Students reflect on language as form and meaning in context and finally, produce their own texts. Doing so allows me to start a discussion on how ideas can be represented differently. It allows us to discuss how meaning can take many forms. Language and literature courses are often criticized for not being practical or for being too focused on textbooks. I disagree. These courses are windows to a world of possibilities and it is my responsibility to make sure that students are able and willing to open them.
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