Profile

Emma

$22.5 (45 min)
Qualification
French Major
Austin College - 2012

Pi Delta Phi Member, National French Honors Society
Austin College - 2010

Name Emma
Country United States
Native Language English
Preferred student age
Secondary school (12-17)
Students (17-22)
Adults (23-40)
Adults (40+)
Preferred level of students
Beginner
Pre Intermediate
Intermediate
Upper Intermediate
Advanced
Can also teach
French
Can speak
French
Spanish

Subject

English

English lessons for children

I taught English lessons for native-speaking French students as a volunteer in France.

Intensive English

English for beginners

I taught English lessons for native-speaking French students as a volunteer in France.

Conversational English

As a native speaker, I'm happy to have conversations with others to improve their English. I'll help you master the language and understand colloquial phrases.

English for traveling

Ready for your trip abroad? I'd love to help you get ready to travel by customizing the experience to your needs.

Reading and writing English

A lifelong reader and writer, I would love to help you accomplish your goals. I love to edit writing and look forward to helping you improve your writing.

About Tutor

I double-majored in International Relations and French at Austin College and graduated with honors in January 2012. I am a member of Pi Delta Phi, National French Honors Society. During undergrad, I was active in Model United Nations. I had the opportunity to study abroad twice, once in France and once in Switzerland, for a total of 14 months spent abroad.

Experience

After graduating, I have filled communications roles at nonprofits and most recently, have been involved in grassroots politics.

Teaching Approach

I believe that the best teachers understand what their students are looking for, and I would make an effort to talk with each student about their individual goals, learning styles, and what they are looking to accomplish before we start tutoring. Most importantly, if learning is fun, the student will retain the information.