London, United Kingdom, SE15...
Joined on October, 2013
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Education• MA ART HISTORY at Université La Sorbonne, Paris - 2012
• MFA CURATING at Goldsmiths College, University of London - 2014
ExperienceMy specialist subject is French and I also teach Art History ( I have been studying art for seven years and work as an independent curator and art critic).
French is my mother tongue and I love to teach it. I am a very patient tutor, organised but not strict for I believe learning should always be a pleasant thing. I know French is not an easy language, this is why my role is first to encourage the students and to give them the confidence they need to learn another language.
I am interested in etymology, which made me realise that French and English are in fact very similar in terms of vocabulary. I like to provide students with tips that will help them memorise the lessons more easily.
I always try to adapt the lessons according to the student's needs, but generally my classes are conversation-based and include a part of writing. Speaking is probably the most important thing when learning a language and writing is essential to know how to spell words and to understand the grammar.
HobbiesI was born in Paris, France and I have been living in London since September 2012. I am currently completing an MFA in Curating at Goldsmiths College, University of London.
I am interested in art, especially contemporary visual arts and literature. I work as an independent curator and art critic; my recent shows including 'The Studio Series' at FoodFace (Peckham) and 'Disappearing Into One' at the Zabludowicz Collection (Kentish Town).
Apart from that, I love to cook, to read, to travel and am genuinely curious about everything.
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