Juliette F

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    My Experience

    2019,  Pre-U French exam preparation

    2018,  A Level French preparation. The student achieved A*

    2017-2018, tutored 15-year-old in Maths (3ème in the French system which is equal to GCSE level)

    2017-2018, tutored 7-year-old in French 5 hours per week. Work included dictations, pronunciation exercises and reading sessions.

    2016 – 2017, tutored 16-year-old in Maths 2 hours per week. Additional hours during school holidays. Grades progressed from 9/20 to 15/20.

    2015-2017, tutored 14-year-old 4 hours per week (GCSE level) in English, Maths and History. Grades progressed from 13/20 to 16/20. Additional hours during exams and school holidays.

    2015 – 2016, tutored 11-year-old 2 hours per week in English and French. Responsibilities also included after-school pick-up, research and creation of materials to ensure focus and creativity.

    Subjects I teach

    French Language and Literature up to Undergraduate level
    Maths (French system only) from 3ème to Terminale

    My Qualifications

    Currently studying BSc Anthropology at University College London
    From 2010 to 2017, I attended the International State School Collège-Lycée Honoré de Balzac where I chose a Literary cursus with optional courses in Math, Latin and German. My grades were the following: overall average 17.1/20, 20 Math, 19 philosophy, 19 Latin, 18 French Lit., 16 English. I was elected class representative every year from 2013 to 2017 and made a member of the School Administrative Council in 2017.
    In the summers of 2015 and 2016, I went to school in Nuremberg (Germany) where I took classes in Math and German.
    In the summer of 2013, I was accepted into The University of Virginia (USA)’s summer enrichment program where I took classes in Physics and Global Media.

    My Passion And How I Inspire

    I was brought up in the French system which focuses on method and logical rigor. My sessions are therefore organized, and I usually set a program for each session, based on my tutee’s strengths and weaknesses. I adapt quickly to my tutee’s needs and can change the session’s program according to capacities. For example, one of my students had an attention disorder. I then included several breaks and more interactive work, like poetry readings and role-plays. No student is the same, and my work with every individual is different.
    I put a lot of emphasis on communication and feedback, knowing what I am doing right and wrong is important to me. I am open to special requests and welcome new ideas to make our session together more entertaining. When learning is fun, you look forward to it!

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    Fun fact

    I did Ballet for 12 years and considered becoming a professional dancer!

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