If you are looking for an authentic and committed French tutor that has profound love for the French language and a strong commitment in creating an engaging and dynamic classroom environment, you knocked on the right classroom door. One where students feel comfortable to explore, question, and express themselves in French.
Let me introduce myself as a dedicated and passionate French tutor specializing in teaching children and teenagers. I am a native French teacher from France. I have graduated with a Bachelor of Foreign and French Language at Charles de Gaulle Lille III. Also I have a diploma in teaching French as a foreign language (DAEFLE). Furthermore I have been working as a French teacher for 6 years now in several schools and countries (Colombia, Mexico and Canada) including 4 years at the French Alliance of Vancouver teaching to French Immersion students. That's why I master the French Immersion Curriculum thanks to my BC teaching experience.
I understand that language acquisition is not just about grammar rules and vocabulary lists, but also about incorporating interactive activities, games, songs, and stories. By using a variety of teaching methods, I ensure that your children actively participate in the learning process, making each lesson an adventure.
I strongly believe in the power of collaboration between educators and parents. As partners in your children's education, I am committed to maintaining open lines of communication. Indeed I will provide regular progress updates, offer suggestions for at-home practice, and be available to address any questions or concerns you may have.
Classes can be online via Meet or in person as well. Choose the option that suits you best.
Thank you for considering me as your French tutor for your children.
And let the journey begin by contacting me at email@example.com
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