Online French Classes
Enjoy learning French with a 15-year experienced French teacher!
Hi! My name is Anthony Lucas. I am French and I have been teaching French for more 15 years. I meet with my students online, in video conference via the Zoom software.
I love what I do and even more so when I see my students come out of my online French classes with an increasing mastery of the French language, which I consider a very useful skill, both professionally and personally.
I teach French to teenagers and adults, from beginner to advanced level, whatever their objectives.
“Whatever your level and your reason(s) for learning French, I will guide you step by step to achieve your goals.”
The main objective of the courses is for the students to learn French well and fast. The approach and the learning programs are specially designed so you enjoy learning and develop all the necessary skills to communicate in French: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Benefits of online learning
Online learning offers plenty of advantages versus traditional learning in a classroom. Thanks to the Internet, you just need to get online to find anything you need to acquire new skills. We are living in a busy society where it is not always easy to make time for leisures or “non-essential activities”. Online French classes is a fantastic solution to learn French, allowing to study whenever you want, from your bedroom on your computer or on you way to your office.
Online French classes allows you to study from anywhere, at any time, as long as you have an internet connection. This can be especially helpful if you have a busy schedule or live in a location that is not close to a physical school.
Online French courses typically allow you to study at your own pace, allowing you to fit your studies around your other commitments.
Online French classes are less expensive than traditional in-person courses, due to the reduced overhead costs for the school. Plus you don’t need to spend money in transportation.
Access to a wider range of resources
Online French courses often provide access to a wide range of resources, such as videos, readings, and interactive activities, which can help you learn more effectively.
Online learning requires a high level of self-motivation, as you will be responsible for managing your own time and completing coursework on your own. This can be a valuable skill to have in other areas of your life.
Online French learning can also help you develop your technology skills, as you will need to use various online tools and platforms to complete coursework and communicate with others.
Private lessons or/and group classes
In order to satisfy the biggest number of students, I choose to organise both private French lessons and group classes. There are pros and cons to both private lessons and group classes when learning a language. Here are some of the main points to consider:
Private French lessons
In a private lesson, you have the undivided attention of the teacher, which can be especially helpful if you have specific learning needs or goals.
Private lessons can be scheduled at a time that is convenient for you, and you can often adjust the frequency or duration of the lessons to suit your schedule.
A private lesson can be tailored specifically to your learning style and interests, allowing you to focus on the areas of the language that you are most interested in.
Private lessons can be more expensive than group classes, especially if you are taking them on a regular basis.
Limited social interaction
One of the benefits of group classes is the opportunity to interact with other learners and practice speaking with them. Private lessons do not offer this opportunity.
Group French classes
Group classes are less expensive than private lessons, especially if you are able to find a class with a reasonable student-teacher ratio.
Group classes provide an opportunity to interact with other learners and practice speaking with them, which can be especially helpful if you are trying to improve your conversational skills.
Less individualised attention
In a group class, the teacher has to divide their attention among multiple students, which can make it harder to get specific help if you are struggling with a particular concept.
Group classes are typically scheduled at a set time and location, and you may have less control over the content of the lessons.
Ultimately, the best choice for you will depend on your learning style, budget, and goals. If you are looking for a more personalised and flexible learning experience, private lessons might be the better option, while group classes may be a good choice if you are looking for a more affordable and social learning experience.