I have recently finished a Master's degree in French literature, and am now in the Oklahoma City area. I have previous experience teaching English to students in France, as I used to live in the region of Bretagne. I also have experience teaching French to university students here in America, as I was a TA up until last May. Finally, most of my tutoring experience comes from one-on-one or small group sessions held when I was an undergraduate student. I would love to tutor in either Fr... [more]
I have lived in France as an English Language assistant and therefore have an intimate knowledge of the language due to this immersive experience. I have also recently finished my MA in French, where we did all of our reading and disucssions in the French language. Finally, I have experience tutoring fellow students in French as an undergraduate student.
I have taught French to university students as a TA. When I was in undergrad myself, I tutored French for my university. Finally, I've had the chance to live in France in order to solidify my knowledge of the language.
English language and literature go hand-in-hand. I had the experience of teaching English in a French high school, which meant that I had to explain grammar to French students. Finally, being a highly educated native English speaker necessitates a certain level of mastery over grammar, capitalization, spelling, etc.
I have studied literature for both my undergraduate and graduate degrees. In past jobs as a language teachers, I have incorporated literature into my classroom make students more interested in the language. Furthermore, I have given presentations at literary conferences, where there is a high standard for knowledge on literature and theory.
I took the GRE test two times while preparing to go to grad school. I used various prep books, but never made use of any classes or programs to help boost my score. After taking the GRE, I was accepted into multiple universities.