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Crossing the bridge from GCSE to A-Level French

To become a successful linguist at Advanced level you will need to be prepared to develop these important key skills... More »
A-level French

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Learning French Through Film

I learned French at school, but I learned to love French at home, watching movies. I started with the New Wave- my... More »

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  • Language immersion in the UK

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    Language learning requires doing more than simply memorizing vocabulary and grammar rules. A student must watch movies, listen to the radio, visit sites, and above all speak the language. All of these exercises help to show the relevance of the dry task of memorization and help bring language...
  • The struggle to teach French grammar Editor's Pick

    Richard Ings A-level French Tutor (West London) Picture
    One of the most intimidating things about the transition from French GCSE to French A-level for many pupils seems to be the amount of new grammar that is introduced. Suddenly pupils are wrestling with relative clauses, the pluperfect and, of course, the subjunctive. It is intimidating because,...
  • Opening students' eyes to what French can offer

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    My A-level French course was certainly an enriching couple of years, but it was by no means an easy feat. I had been catapulted from learning more simple forms of French grammar and vocabulary, to applying this knowledge to in-depth discussions on French culture. When I look back at this, I am...
  • Tips for AS and A level French

    Alix Marina-Chouhan A-level French Tutor (Leicester) Picture
    To prepare for As and A level French it is useful to: - read books on any subject to get a wider vocabulary - listen to the radio, television to get used to the speed of talking - learn texts by heart! read a text and try to rewrite it as closely as you can, do this with model texts on...
  • Learning French Through Film Editor's Pick

    Georgia C Mulligan A-level French Tutor (North London) Picture
    I learned French at school, but I learned to love French at home, watching movies. I started with the New Wave- my favourites were the ones with beautiful, tragic women getting into terrible scrapes with naïve young gangsters. After that I wanted to see everything. I am convinced that it was...
  • Teachers Teaching... Students Learning...

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    “Quand la mouche te pique...” That's a French expression that means that when you find yourself passionate for something, anything, this passion, this drive, is unstoppable! I think one of the main reasons students get bored about a subject is because the teacher gets bored of teaching it......
  • Learning a language is not daunting if organised Editor's Pick

    Jonny Chadwick A-level French Tutor (Taunton) Picture
    Learning a language is not daunting if organised When you start to learn a new foreign language, it can seem like a huge and scary task. After all, it has taken you all your life to learn this many words in your own language and now you have to think about doing it all over again. However,...
  • Crossing the bridge from GCSE to A-Level French Editor's Pick

    Monique Cullen A-level French Tutor (Reading) Picture
    To become a successful linguist at Advanced level you will need to be prepared to develop these important key skills during your new course: acting - answer questions in the foreign language even if you aren't sure about all the vocabulary or grammar! Have a go! experimenting - be...
  • Why learn French? Editor's Pick

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    There are all kinds of reasons to learn a foreign language in general, and French in particular. Let's start with the general. Why learn a Foreign Language? Communication An obvious reason to learn a new language is to be able to communicate with the people who speak it. This includes...
  • Advice for French oral examinations Editor's Pick

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    For some reason, I'm not completely certain why, but I always found that speaking exams were no way near as daunting as a lot of people make them sound. I think this is because of the teachers I had. When I entered the usually small and pokey room with the large black and blue tape recorder sat...

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    I am a friendly 25 year old with extensive experience with kids. I have a strong academic background; straight As and A*s, BA Hons from University College London, a Masters...
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    Many young people have a negative experience of language learning in schools which can lead to a lack of motivation and/ or create blocks to learning. I believe that given...
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    I'm a recent university graduate who has a real flair and passion for modern languages, in particular: French, Spanish and Portuguese. I love to teach keen learners, and I have...
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    I have been a private tutor for over 25 years and enjoy helping individual students realise their potential and improve their grades.
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