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Northeastern Illinois University (French Secondry Educ)
Salut! My name is Michele S. and I am a trained French teacher at the secondary level. I also lived in Toulouse, France for two years, where I worked as a Marketing Manager at a software company and refined my conversational French skills. I also taught English to adults while I lived there. I have visited France many times and welcome the opportunity to share my love of the French language, culture and land with you.
It is my goal to make lessons fun while you learn. I use every day items and situations to address the type of learning which is comfortable for YOU (auditory, visual, kinesthetic etc.) so that your knowledge of French is practical. I really enjoy the one-on-one experience of tutoring so I can customize lessons for the needs and pace of the student. I look forward to meeting you soon. à bientôt!
My university degrees are in French and secondary education. I subscribe to French TV (TV5 Monde) to continually improve my French skills.
I would really like to meet with you to determine if I can help you enhance your French language skills while having fun learning. Contact me and we'll schedule a session to meet. Merci! Salut! My name is Michele S. and I am a trained French teacher at the secondary level. I also lived in Toulouse, France for two years, where I worked as a Marketing Manager at a software company and refined my conversational French
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