undergrad 1: William Paterson University (Drama)
undergrad 2: William Paterson University (Graduate Coursework)
Bonjour! Hello! I have been in love with the French language and french culture since the seventh grade, studying right through high school honors, at La Sorbonne in Paris and on to a recently completed bachelors degree in French studies at William Paterson University. I have 10 years one-on-one teaching experience at the elementary and high school level, as well as one-on-one tutoring experience. I make learning the French language and culture a pleasure for all age groups. Comment allez-vous!? Parlez-vous français?
Bonjour! Hello! I have been in love with the French language and french culture since the seventh grade, studying right through high school honors, at La Sorbonne in Paris and on to a recently completed bachelors degree in French studies at William Paterson University. I have 10 years one-on-one teaching experience at the elementary and high
She did her best to start with grammar, reading and speaking. She is organized and she knows very well how to know what you really need. For the first time I can gave her 5 stars
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I am bi-lingual in French. I have superior talents in English--I was an Honors English student at Ramapo High School in Franklin Lakes, N.J. I was in the National Honors Society. I took an Advanced Placement Test in English that I passed as a graduating Senior, so I did not need to take the required English classes in college. I have studied International Literature, and I have a French Literature degree.
I have studied French for a large portion of my life. I spent 5 weeks studying at the Sorbonne in Paris. I took Language, French Government and Art History, receiving an A and two B's for my efforts. Additionally, I traveled through Belgium, Luxembourg and France as a teenager by bicycle, conversing in French. At Rutgers University, I lived in the French Dormitory on Douglass campus. We spoke French in the house, had a special class just for dormitory residents, and a French table to eat at in the cafeteria where only French was spoken. I currently read in French nearly every day, to maintain my language habits. I took French at Skidmore College, where I received an A, and pursued Comparative Literature as my major at Rutgers University, completing two semesters of French Literature. It's a real passion of mine!
Literature has always been a part of my life. When I was a young child, I read books such as Animal Farm by George Orwell, and Watership Down, a book about a rabbit warren. My studies also include at the present time French poetry, French history, and classic French stories, all read in my spare time in French. I am also a stickler for French grammar, and I continually review this aspect of language.
I have been an avid reader since I was a small child. During my first degree, I spent a year at Rutgers University as a Comparative Literature major, where I wrote papers for World Literature classes,i.e., literature from all different cultures and time periods. I also was studying French Literature as part of the major. I am very conversant with mythology, fairy tales and tall tales.
I am a very verbally gifted person. Besides receiving a Dramatic Arts degree, I possess a French and Francophone Studies Literature degree.I commenced my college education at Skidmore College, a former "seven sister" to the Ivy League schools, after the time when Skidmore College was an all-girls' school. While there, I achieved a nearly perfect scholastic record my first semester. I took French grammar there, where the focus was on vocabulary. I received an A for the course.
Please consider me to be an excellent candidate for teaching your child vocabulary---I am an old pro.
I am an excellent writer. I can write in French. I graduated with my degree in French, for which I wrote for every grade I received credit for in a course, with a 3.3 cum. Additionally, I know the building blocks of our language, English, through two years of studies in Latin, taken while I was in high school.