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UNIVERSITY OF PARIS VIII, FRANCE
UNIVERSITY OF PARIS VIII, FRANCE (Master's)
Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (PhD)
“Education is the key to unlock the door to the future!"
I am a French and Farsi (Persian) native speaker from France with a post-graduate degree delivered by the University of Paris. My passion in life is to teach others how much “increasing knowledge” can become addictive.
I have extensive experience teaching and tutoring. I have taught ESL in France for five years and French to small groups or one-on-one to students of all ages and levels of proficiency, leisure travelers and executives/business travelers in the US for twelve years.I also taught Farsi one-on-one or to small groups of students in France and the USA.
My teaching methodology is based on each individual’s specific needs and learning abilities. I promote active participation and full immersion, regardless of the level of proficiency. When learning is fun, the student is more apt to learn, remembers subject matter better, achieves significant improvement and is more motivated to continue learning.
I have applied the concept of interactive participation and creative activities in all subjects I tutor. The result showed that students, who once felt difficulties in a subject matter, not only overcame their weakness, but became proficient in it.
Please let me know how I can help you. “Education is the key to unlock the door to the future!"
I am a French and Farsi (Persian) native speaker from France with a post-graduate degree delivered by the
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I am a Farsi native speaker and instructor who taught Persian language, in France and in the USA, up to four levels: beginner, intermediate, advanced and college/university. Other courses to include were Persian culture, linguistics, literature, history, or relevant topics based on specific demands.
I presented the Persian alphabet that was used throughout courses for both reading and writing. Reading selections, workbook pages, and films on various topics were also drawn from different sources.
A variety of texts were used, some for grammar refinement, classical Persian literature were brought in for cultural enrichment and contemporary Persian writing (newspapers) was included to develop familiarity with the oral colloquial language. Assessment of progress was done by means of quizzes, homework assignments and participation that were also a factor in the grade.
Contrary to popular thoughts, the difficult part of Persian is the writing system; besides that it’s one of the easiest Indo-European languages: no gender, no articles, words are intuitive and easy to build; adjectives can be used as adverbs, regular conjugating of verbs and a simplistic grammar. Now, after all these, I hope you are intrigued enough to try it!
Whether the love of French is for its beauty or for its practical uses, language forms the basis of intercultural and international relationships and gives access to perspectives and viewpoints that might otherwise have remained closed.
As a native and French teacher my goal is to pass on to my students an appreciation for other cultures and the skills to interact cross-culturally.
My teaching methodology, based on each individual’s specific needs and learning abilities, promotes the development of proficiency in reading, writing, listening, and speaking by actively participating and immersing fully, regardless of the level of proficiency. As a tutor, I want students to have fun and enjoy themselves! I have found through my teaching experience that hands-on, creative activities work the best. When learning is fun, the student learns more, remembers subject matter better, and is more motivated to continue learning.