State University of Haiti, Law Section (Other)
Education is one of the great options in life for unlocking doors and moving to new opportunities. Throughout my life I have highly valued the educational privileges that were available in my home country of Haiti.
I value education and I love helping others advance in their knowledge. As a university student I worked as a substitute teacher for an area high school, which I found incredibly fulfilling. Once here in the United States I have had the opportunity to serve as a tutor to students who desired to learn French while attending the University of Central Florida in Orlando.
Learning another language enhances so many aspects of a person's life. I personally speak French, Creole, Spanish, and English fluently. All of my elementary, secondary, and university education was conducted in French.
I was born and raised in Petionville, Haiti, which is situated in a hilly area ten miles from the Atlantic Ocean. My fondest memories of my childhood include playing soccer with my friends and swimming at the beach. I was extremely fortunate to grow up in an area where there were students from many countries of the world. I was privileged to have friends from Italy, Lebanon, Syria, Africa, France, and other countries. This exposure gave me a great desire to learn other languages and cultures. It greatly enriched my life as a young person.
During my high school and university years, I developed an interest in the judicial system and a desire to serve people who needed legal representation. As a result of this interest, I continued my studies beyond the bachelor's degree and completed law school at the State University of Haiti. Later, I was able to take classes in comparative law at the University of Montreal in Quebec, Canada.
Currently, I live in Orlando, Florida and I continue to greatly value education. I have a desire to help others experience the joy of speaking another language. I deeply desire to serve students who want to speak the French language accurately and fluently.
I am qualified to teach French for the following reasons:
1. I am a native speaker of French
2. All of my education was conducted in French (elementary, secondary, bachelor's degree, law school, advanced classes)
3. The French educational system is a rigorous program that always includes language perfection
4. I have tutored American university students who desired to learn French
5. I have personally studied other languages and understand the joys and the challenges of language acquisition
If you want to advance in your learning of the French language, please contact me. My strategy is to help you grow in your confidence and fluency in the French language. Education is one of the great options in life for unlocking doors and moving to new opportunities. Throughout my life I have highly valued the educational privileges that were available in my home country of Haiti.
I value education and I love helping others advance in their knowledge. As a university student I worked as a substitute
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