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Clarke - French Speaker - Royal Leamington Spa, England, UK

Mira Clarke

Royal Leamington Spa, England, UK


French Speaker

  • Part time


I am a bilingual fluent speaker of French and English having spent the first 21 years of my life in Mauritius (where English and French systems of education ) and educated at the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Grammar school winning prizes in both English and French exams. This was followed by my graduate studies in England and courses followed at Nancy University in France.
I am highly experienced in preparing students for French exams and my success has always been in their Speaking exam results.

Work History

Teacher and( Assistant Director of languages dept for 10 years)

Derby City Council

September 1986 - August 2012

I have taught French mainly to students aged 11-18, concentrating in the last 12 years from 1998 to 2010 with teaching French to 15-18 YEAR OLDS.
I have also taught Spanish to 11-14 year olds
I have prepared students for the A-level course which consists of teaching modules on the EU and translation work.
In the last year , my work has consisted mainly of A-level work.

Qualifications & Certifications

BA Honours Joint French and Linguistics(french and English)

Hull University

Queen Elizabeth Grammar School

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