I am a French native law graduate, willing to share my love of French language and culture with students of all levels. I will start a PhD in Law in September 2019, and I wish to give French tutoring lessons in London in the meantime.
I will focus on grammar and vocabulary (which I know may be a struggle!), as well as practising conversation skills in all sorts of situations. I think that to learn a language properly, it is important to have an interest in the culture of the country, which is why I will also use French literature, cinema or music in order to make the lessons more interactive and fun.
I have majored in French literature in high school and studied French literature for a year after obtaining my "baccalauréat" ( the French equivalent of A-level).
I have previously tutored primary school and secondary school students in all range of subjects (French, Geography, History, Maths), but primarily in English.
(2017-2018) LLM in Human Rights Law at the University of Bristol - ongoing degree.
(2016-2017) Master 2 in European Union Law at the University of Strasbourg - degree obtained with a 2.1.
(2015-2016) Master 1 in International and European Law at the University of Toulouse 1 Capitole - degree obtained with a 2.1.
(2012-2015) Undergraduate degree in French Law and Common Law at the University of Toulouse 1 Capitole, including an Erasmus year at the University of Nottingham.
(2011-2012) Pre-courses in Literature and Human Sciences at Lycée Saint-Sernin, Toulouse.
(2011) French baccalauréat whilst majoring in Literature, English and History of Art - "Mention Très Bien".
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