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Mounir - Toulouse66Fr
Math · Physics · Chemistry
(2 reviews)
Yana - Toulouse17Fr
Trusted teacher: Hello, students! I`m a qualified (MA in German Language and Linguistics) and experienced German and Russian language tutor. I would be delighted to offer one-to-one German language tuition to determined learners, who are eager to build up their current knowledge or to start from scratch, and who are committed to achieving a certain level in a very short time, from beginner level to extensive. My professional focus is on improving communication skills using fast-track techniques. The pace of my training is intensive and dynamic with focus on developing grammar, vocabulary, fluency and how to use the language in authentic situations I select a training program individually for every student depending on their level, interests, and goals. -Active learning of grammar, an extensive conversation practice. -Creative tasks that will make language learning fun and interesting. You will quickly improve your pronunciation, grammar, speaking, reading, writing and conversational skills. If you want to improve your language skills or start studying German, you will definitely like my lessons that are individually tailored for each student according to the level and interest and aimed at your success! Extra information German lessons include: - Proper grammar - tenses, conjugations, cases, genders - Accurate pronunciation and accent reduction - Vocabulary expansion/ conversation practice - Developing oral speech. But! I can change the lessons plan depending on your wishes and purposes. The lessons look like usual face-to-face lessons at home. Good sounds and video quality, interactives materials,using the chat box, file transfers, sharing screens/links and giving examples,saving time-all this give better results then usual lessons. Every russian lesson is good-prepaired and well-structured.
Trusted teacher: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Hi all ! 👋 My name is Mouad, I am passionate about knowledge and I love to pass it on! 👨‍🎓 I hold a Master's degree in Operational Research (Applied Mathematics) and have been teaching private lessons for more than 2 years, mainly mathematics for College, High School and University levels. ✏ I have taught students from public school, Private, French Program (Mission), Belgian, Swiss, Spanish Program (students from the Spanish school who are French or English speaking), American Program... In short, all French or English programs. I also teach physics and chemistry as well as science subjects in general (except SVT) Sessions usually take place as follows: 1️⃣ The first sessions are mainly intended to gauge the level of the student in order to highlight the shortcomings observed. 2️⃣ Then comes the establishment of a plan to fill the gaps: Number of hours of work required, The parts of the lessons to focus on, Several training and development exercises... 3️⃣ We make sure to do all of this while staying up to date with the student's class teacher. 4️⃣ I then provide exams similar to what is likely to be asked in class. 5️⃣ I draw up a report on request, usually monthly, in order to keep parents informed about their child's level throughout the course. I also adapt my methodology according to the needs of each student, so everyone has a personalized working method adapted to their needs! I also do crash courses for those who are preparing for the start of the school year so that they start the year strong 💪 and know the program in advance. 🧠 💭 If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me ;)
Math · Physics · Chemistry
(6 reviews)
Jackie - Toulouse24Fr
Chemistry · Physics · Math
[Child class 1st year] Benevolence, accompaniment, rigor, humor and pleasure. - I propose to follow the blue method, a method that prepares the child to understand the pitch of sounds, to read the notes, to learn the rhythm through card games and songs, by drawing, coloring, and well of course the practice of the piano and this in an alternating way. For example, this year, this method allowed me with J, a 6-year-old child, after a year to be ready for the entrance exam to the conservatory if he wishes. (two-handed deciphering, reading treble clef and bass clef, sung music theory, apprehension of rhythms up to the eighth note). [Children lessons 2nd and 3rd year] The European method is a piano method designed and developed by the composer Emonts Fritz structured according to the level of the student I propose to accompany. The method is primarily intended for children and promotes learning the piano through children's songs from different European countries. Perfect for traveling without moving. With piano drawings where the fingerings are reproduced to perform the notes that must be played, very colorful illustrations come to brighten up the teaching process and make it more fun. This is a powerful method carried out by a professional in music and piano teaching and which has proven itself that I take back! [Teen classes] Why wouldn't teenagers want to save time? Teenagers are not always trusted enough. 11 years old is the starting age of adolescence and it is at this age that it is really important to start developing “AUTONOMY” in learning. For that, no other choice than to apprehend the human above all, his emerging personality, his musical tastes, his choices, his desires, to direct him towards improvisation, writing, harmony, interpret his favorite music or arrange them... Of course depending on the level of the student. He will find a modern space that will allow him if his level allows him to understand the basics of the practice of computer-assisted music. [Adult lessons] According to profile, passion, desire, motivation. The first session beforehand will allow me to adapt and develop a program whether it is in the learning of pieces, piano technique, the practice of harmony and music theory without the prior need to have already done so. assess your level: BEGINNER You are at Beginner 1 level if you start from zero at the piano Here is what you need to know to consider having acquired this level. Theory: reading notes in central C position, SOL clef and FA clef / understanding the notions of tone and semitone / quickly identifying notes on the piano / distinguishing left hand and right hand on the score / repeat bar / simple rhythms (black, white, round) Technique: knowing the numbers for fingering / playing legato on 5 notes, hands separated and hands together, starting on all the white keys / feeling the pulse while playing Repertoire: pieces whose melody is separated between the 2 hands / many fingerings written so reading notes is optional / rhythms that are simple to read or easy to do by ear because you know the piece / one note at a time in each hand The 2 pieces of Piano Subito (PBD) are good examples of pieces at this level. Amazing Grace (gospel, simplified version) Stand By Me (Ben E. King, simplified version) Several pieces from Hal Leonard Methods vol. 1, preparatory Bastien and preparatory Alfred. Several pieces from the book Favorite Classic Melodies (primer level) by James Bastien INTERMEDIATE Theory: notes can be read anywhere on the staff, in the 2 keys, including additional lines / formation of dominant seventh chords / good understanding of chord inversions / 6/8 as indicator numbers / classification and qualification of intervals (interval name + major, minor, perfect, augmented or diminished) / know the order of sharps and flats Technique: scales on 2 octaves hands together (DO – G – D – A – E major, A – D – E, G, C minor) / chords of 3 notes and inversions in all these keys / arpeggios on 2 octaves in eighth hands separated and hands together, root position (DO – G major and A minor) / sequence of chords I-IV-V7-I in other known keys Repertoire: pieces with arpeggios in the left hand / possible movements in both hands / integrated interpretative elements such as nuances, tempo modifications if requested, playing one hand stronger than the other / rhythm including sixteenth notes / on tackle the ornaments Mia & Sebastian's Theme (La La Land, PBD version) Minuet in G major or that in G minor (JS Bach) Arabesque (Burgmüller) Rhyme from another summer (Tiersen, simplified version) Moonlight (Debussy, simplified version) Soldier's March op. 68 No. 2 (Schumann) All the boys and the girls (Françoise Hardy, PBD version) Several pieces from Hal Leonard's Popular Piano Solos (level 3 and 4) notebooks. Available during our sessions: - Rönisch baby grand piano. - a computer with licensed Ableton live 10 (MAO) - Native Instrument komplete kontrol 13 licensed (MAO) - Licensed Serum (MAO) - 2 MIDI ESR 423 Yamaha Keyboards and Control S-88 Native Instrument. (MAO) The courses are aimed at students wishing to reach a level equivalent to the certificate of end of musical study of conservatory or moving towards the games of writing and free expression (jazz and improvised music)
Music theory lessons · Singing · Piano
Trusted teacher: The courses are organized to be complete and not to leave a setback area. To ensure an effective investment of the student's time, the focus is on the areas where my help has the most value (Finals and Strategy). Calculation and theoretical learning are often left to the student in personal work: - Strategy: Before each lesson, I systematically analyze the games played by the student during the week on the internet. These analyzes generally make it possible to identify strategic gray areas, and allow us to resolve together certain points of misunderstanding. I then usually offer in-depth analysis of "classic" games from masters who illustrate the most important ideas seen during the analysis. This allows a deeper assimilation of the concepts seen previously, rather than a simple correction by pointing out errors as a computer would have done. - Openings: I prepare on my time, outside of class, files of openings that I then send to the student and that he can work by himself and learn alone, once the class is over. On request, we can examine model parts together on an opening in order to complete the personal learning work. It is also possible to play practice games on a specific variant, in preparation for an important game or tournament. - Tactics / Calculation: I provide each course with work materials for the recognition of tactical patterns and the development of calculation skills in general. - Finals: This is an often neglected and extremely important aspect of the game. The final since being the last phase of the game often decides the result :) I usually put a lot of emphasis on the study of endgames, but it is possible to insist on other aspects of the game if the student shows the need. I also regularly tackle so-called classic games, essential for learning chess at any level. These games are known to every chess player from a certain point, and they are the foundation of modern strategy. - I also have experience as a high-level correspondence player: I took part in a qualifying tournament for the correspondence world championships where I finished undefeated. This forced me to improve my mastery of modern work tools (computers and different databases) and I am able to assist strong players looking for a training partner. - I have been teaching chess for more than ten years now, and have had students of all ages (the youngest was just 5 years old, and the oldest over 70) and all levels: from complete beginners who did not know the rules of the game, has confirmed players close to 2100 elo FIDE. I can therefore adapt to any request without any problem. All my students who have invested enough have experienced a very rapid improvement in their results regardless of their age or starting level: For example, a 26-year-old student who had been playing for a short time and at a level of approximately 1500 on Lichess has, in the space of a few weeks and less than ten lessons, improved his ranking by more than 400 elo points and arrived very close to the symbolic bar of 2000. :) His case is not isolated, but this performance remains remarkable. Do not hesitate to contact me for any request for information. :)
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Excellence Math, Physics, Chemistry - Lycee - 19 average (London)
Mounir has been tutoring my daughter for a few months (French syllabus, 3eme - Brevet level). She loves the lessons and looks forward to their weekly Zoom meeting. Mounir easily builds a good rapport with his students and makes lessons interesting and fun, building confidence along the way. He is methodical and organised in his approach and makes sure to go over any aspects of the lessons which may have been less well covered in class, leaving the student with a solid grasp of the entire syllabus. He also recommended alternative revision cards and exercise books with corrections which my daughter finds much more user friendly than the ones provided at her school. Overall a very satisfactory experience and we would recommend Mounir without hesitation to anyone looking for an excellent maths tutor.
Review by PASCALE
Tuition Math - Physics - Chemistry - Biology (San Diego)
I found Dr. Ralf to be a wonderful Teacher. The things that he taught me through online helped me a great deal in this class as well as in statistic level. Because of the help and attention that He provided me with, I understand and enjoy Statistics. The class was great in that he didn’t just give the answers away – he made me THINK. This was sort of frustrating, but it helped me understand the material much better. I would recommend him as a Teacher for future classes, without a doubt.
Review by AHMED
🚀EVERY CHILD IS A MATHS GENIUS | British Tutor 🇬🇧 (Toulouse)
We are just getting started, but our experiences with Oliver have been great so far. He is prompt to communicate, professional and very patient. He does a good job of understanding where my daughter is, helping her at her level, and not making her feel bad that she is having a tough time with Math. Highly recommend!
Review by TAMMY