Caroline Helps Her Students Develop Their Full Potential
The Success of Your French Language Course is Her Top Priority
The content of each French language course depends on the students’ needs, strengths and weaknesses and preferred language learning strategies. Therefore, our French classes in Paris focus on the strengths and interests of her students. Also, Caroline encourages her students to practice and fully express themselves through hands-on activities like role-plays, debates, discussion, interviews, etc.
The lessons are varied, interactive, and appropriate for you
As a skilled private French tutor in Paris, Caroline always includes grammar, the backbone of a language, in context, as a tool to be used in real-life situations. She uses a gentle approach, but does correct her students’ mistakes in a positive and encouraging way. She also provides her students with optional homework, for further practice in between lessons (upon request).
The French courses are structured and well-prepared by your French language tutor
Caroline starts the lesson with conversation, correction of homework, or some interesting document that serves as a warm-up. Throughout the lesson, she takes notes and writes down important points of French vocabulary, grammar or phonetics that you can improve. This written document is then given to the student at the end of the class for further personal practice.
With many years of experience working as a private French tutor in Paris and online via Skype, Caroline is flexible in her teaching and she can adapt to her students’ ways of learning. She is also used to teaching French to Anglophones, and is familiar with their common mistakes and challenges.
Learners are active during Caroline’s French lessons
The pedagogy of your private French tutor in Paris is modern, interactive, and participative. Caroline’s French classes involve lively activities such as role playing, brainstorming, oral interviews, debates or discussions, audiovisual presentations, etc. Throughout individual French courses in Paris, students also develop learning strategies that help them become independent users of the language and speak with more ease and confidence.