Teaching French

French is widely spoken and written in many spheres of life, namely in banking and in private sectors in general. 
On the Teaching French project, you will work with children, teenagers, and adults, providing teaching in French. Your tasks will include running language classes, tutoring for school exams, provide support to local teachers or team up with other volunteers/interns in traditional classrooms, assisting with homework and organizing educational games and activities. You can also assist in summer camps, during the school holidays. 
You will need to be fluent in oral and written French. As you will work with our support and placement staff, you do not need to be a qualified or experienced teacher to teach French.

Requirements for Teaching French in Morocco

To participate on the Teaching French project, you will need to be fluent in oral
and written French.

Typical Schedule: Volunteers are expected to teach and manage a class of students. Usually volunteers teach in pairs or with another local teacher. The number of kids varies according to the number of volunteers on the placement.

-8:00    Breakfast at the host family

-9:00 to 12:00 starting teaching at the placement

– 12:00 to 14:00 Lunch at the host family

– 15:00 to 17:00 teaching at the placement or time to prepare for tomorrow class.

– 20:00 Dinner at the host family.

Note: Working hours might differ slightly depending on placement and season.


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