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Each class is personalized so that you are getting what you need and want from each lesson. We'll start off by reading something you're interested in. If you love reading books in your native language and would like to expand your passion to include English literature, look no further. If you simply want to better understand the global internet sphere, you're in luck. We'll discuss any unfamiliar vocabulary and the literal meaning of the text. We'll continue to deepen your understanding of the reading. You'll be able to practice your command of English far beyond small talk. If necessary, we will do grammar drills and pronunciation drills. Our goal is to get you having deep discussions about matters of the heart in English so you feel no language limitations at all here in the U.S. We'll practice your conversation skills with critical thinking exercises, personal exploration challenges and writing sessions with editing that seek to engage your mind, heart and soul. We will help you refine your conversation, discussion, and writing abilities so that you are competent in communicating on all fronts. It is our hope that ESL is becomes a medium for even infinite personal growth and expansion. For this reason, each class is 2 hours long. ______ Other Notes: We are conveniently located an 8 minute walk from the Fort Hamilton Parkway Station on the D line, and a 15 minute walk from the Church Avenue Station on the F line. Please take public transit or Uber, as parking is difficult around here.
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Trusted teacher: Hello everyone! After a few years teaching in several institutions in France and after an expatriation in Quebec, I decided to focus only on private lessons, online and at home. Here is the beginning of a new experience :) At the level of my schooling, I studied at the secondary level in literature (French literary baccalaureate with reinforced English and option arts), before completing a degree (equivalent of the baccalaureate of Quebec - it is to be lost!) In literature and English-speaking civilization, before starting a master's degree in English-language literature. I was a teaching assistant in high school English at a college in Angers (France) for two years. I learned the basics of the job. I took charge of groups or entire classes, including a group of allophone students for FFL classes, I participated in the implementation of sequences and the evaluation of students while enjoying the knowledge -to do my tutors English teachers. I have also been a substitute teacher on long term positions (all year). In French high school, with seven classes on three levels (bac S and ES). So I prepared my students for the baccalaureate exam and took care of my classes for progression in English. I also taught in post-secondary, BTS. In parallel, I have always given private lessons in English and French, for various levels; international students, university students, children, young people, for exam preparation (bac, TEFaQ and TOEIC especially). I gave classes online (Skype, Hangouts) and face-to-face, at home or in public places (university, library). I like the convenience of the online course, it allows the use of interesting tools and the learner often feels more comfortable :) I have also been au pair twice, in England. Each time, I was in charge of three children from the same family, for whom I had to plan activities and teach the basics of French. I loved this experience! I am currently an expatriate in Montreal where I greatly appreciate the mix of English and French. The city lends itself to an endless cultural opening which I could not do without. That's it for me! See you soon :) Delphine
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French tutor from Sciences Po Paris, for children and adults, good experience in private lessons (Park Slope)
Lena
Understanding, helpful teacher.
Review by BETH SEIDLER