Master's in French
Last Updated: 26th April 2019 (over 3 years ago)
Develop the academic and personal strengths of each student, using a student-centered, holistic approach with a focus on oral and written foreign language proficiency in a strong conversational curriculum.
Employ a variety of instructional techniques, including total physical response and storytelling (TPRS), standard grammar instruction, cooperative learning, reinforcement of daily instruction via homework, and a variety of short stories, literature, film, music, and authentic cultural materials. Maximize
meaningful personal achievement, enhanced participation, and individual accountability.
— May 2015
— Mar 2019
Teaching French language for MYP (Middle Year Period) Grades 6 -10. Students were exposed to language skills: Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing. My responsibilities include encouraging students in participating and interacting to enhance their language acquisition. Regular tests are conducted for student evaluation. Teaching is based on daily lesson plans.
It is a Challenging job. Imparting a Foreign language such as French incites a curiosity in students. I enjoy teaching a multi- national group of students with differing backgrounds. French club is being welcomed with great interest where the chances of learning the language is done in a more relaxing way. Students are open-minded to discuss and share ideas.
Communication skills-Use of technology for visual and audio sessions.
Writing skills- Translation to understand language nuances.
Reading Skills- Short texts, Dialogues.
Listening skills- Listening to comprehend matter.
Spoken skills- Role play, Short narratives.