Aikaterini Catherine Kakaletri

About: Aikaterini Catherine Kakaletri

Topics Handling
Course Name Lesson Name Complexity Length
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Indicative Irregular Verbs Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) Words in Alphabetical Order Quiz Hard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) How to use the verb tenses Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Questions – Answers Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) Words in alphabetical order Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) FINAL READING Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) In a taxi Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) In a souvenir shop in Montmartre (Free) Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) In a shoe shop Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) In a clothing store Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) At the tobacco store Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) At the kiosk Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) Dialogues in the restaurant Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) At the coffee shop Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) Near the Georges Pompidou Center Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) In the bistro Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) In front of the Louvre Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) On the street Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) At the coffee shop - At the bistro - At the brewery Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) In the subway Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) At the restaurant (Free) Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) In the city Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) At the train station Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) At the hotel Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) In the taxi on the way to Paris Standard
Course 4 - Fraternité (Dialogues in Paris) At the airport Standard
Course 3 - Egalité (Meetings) 8th Meeting (The school bag and the colours) Standard
Course 3 - Egalité (Meetings) 7th Meeting (The city) Standard
Course 3 - Egalité (Meetings) 6th Meeting (My house) Standard
Course 3 - Egalité (Meetings) 5th Meeting (The weather) Standard
Course 3 - Egalité (Meetings) 4th Meeting (My day) Standard
Course 3 - Egalité (Meetings) 3rd Meeting (Hobbies) Standard
Course 3 - Egalité (Meetings) 2nd Meeting (Teachers - Students) Standard
Course 3 - Egalité (Meetings) 1st Meeting (Greetings) - (Free) Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Useful contradictions Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Conditionals Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Conjunctions Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Express yourself in time Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) How to make a comparison Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) How to ask a question Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) The Indicative Form (Verb Tenses) Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Pronominal verbs Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) How to use the Pronoun ''On'' Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Regular verbs Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Auxiliary verbs Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Irregular feminine and plural Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Demonstrative adjectives Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Possessive adjectives Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Personal Pronouns (Free) Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Express yourselves Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) How to express the place Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) How to form the feminine and the plural Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) The Numbers (Free) Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Months of the Year Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) Days of the week Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) The time (Free) Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) The Interrogative adjective (quel) Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) The Partitive Article Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) The French Grammar – Articles (Free) Standard
Course 2 - Liberté (Grammar) The grammar, what is it? Standard
Course 1 - Tolérance (Pronunciation) Reading (Lecture) Standard
Course 1 - Tolérance (Pronunciation) Words- Sentences Standard
Course 1 - Tolérance (Pronunciation) U with I Easy
Course 1 - Tolérance (Pronunciation) The French Alphabet Easy
Course 1 - Tolérance (Pronunciation) Rules of pronunciation C Easy
Course 1 - Tolérance (Pronunciation) Rules of pronunciation B Easy
Course 1 - Tolérance (Pronunciation) Reading - How to study French Standard
Course 1 - Tolérance (Pronunciation) Passe-Partout – PassKey (Free) Easy
Course 1 - Tolérance (Pronunciation) Pronunciation Rules – Presentation Easy
Course 1 - Tolérance (Pronunciation) Rules of pronunciation A (Free) Easy

Passionate teacher of French, with experience spanning 35 successful years and a  deep knowledge of the French culture and civilisation.

Recognized by the French Institute of Athens (French Embassy) as a professional who actively promotes the French language in Greece.

Assessor of candidates for the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

January 2018: Owner and creator of the e-learning platform fr the French language:

 http://french-in3.com

January 2016: Teacher of French at the Modern Foreign Language School SO EASY Delf B1, B2

November 2015: Teacher of French at the Barnfield West Academy, Luton Key Stage 3, 4, 5 GCSE

October 2015 Supply teacher at the Edward Wilson Primary, Royal Oak

September, October 2015: Supply teacher at the Castlebar Primary, Ealing

September 2015: Supply teacher at the Belmont Primary, Chiswich, Year 4

March 2015: Supply French teacher at the King’s Hospital Day Nurseries (3), Denmark Hill

Cover French Teacher Key Stage 1

March 2015: Supply teacher at the Kensington Primary School, East Ham, French teacher & PPA Year 3.

March 2015: Supply teacher at the Plaistow Primary School, Plaistow, Year 1.

March 2015: Supply French teacher at the Montpelier Primary School, Ealing, Key Stage 2.

February 2015: Supply teacher of French, (Spanish and German) at the Northampton School for Girls, Northamptonshire Key Stage 3, 4 and 5

January 2015 – July 2015: Teacher of French at the Charing Cross Day Nursery. Key Stage 1

September 2014 – July 2015: Teacher of French at the La Jolie Ronde French afternoon Club in Schools in Chiswick (William Hogarth Primary School), Ealing (Grange Primary), Northfields (Fielding Primary) and Marylebone (supply teacher at St-Vincent’s Catholic Primary School) Key Stage 2

 

FRENCH TEACHING CAREER IN GREECE

2013: Owner and creator of the e-learning platform for the French language: www.gallika.gr. The website was suggested by the International Organisation of Francophonie as one of the three events that celebrate 2014’s International Day of Francophonie in Greece.

http://www.20mars.francophonie.org/18527-www-gallika-gr

1999 – 2013: Owner of private European Language School (for children young people, adults)

English, French, Spanish, Italian and German

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages – CEFR

Administrator, teacher, teacher recruitment, lesson plans, marking, school reports, organisation of events, registration for the examinations for the English, French, Spanish, Italian and German Diplomas.

(Cambridge, Michigan, Edexcel, DELF, DALF, Sorbonne, Celi, Cervantes, Zertificat).

 

1984 – 1999: Owner of private school of French language (for children, young people, adults) and self-employed teacher, administrator, teacher recruitment, lesson plans, marking, school reports, organisation of events, registration for the examinations of the French Institute every December and May, results (percentage of success between 90% and 100% every year). Intensive teaching for the preparation for all International Diplomas of the French Ministry of Education DELF (A1, A2, B1, B2), DALF C1 DALF C2 and the Diplomas SORBONNE I – II of the Sorbonne University of Paris in only five years.

1978 – 1984: French Institute of Athens , Sparta division, (for children young people, adults) – teacher of French language preparing students for CERTIFICAT, SUPERIEUR I, and II. (employee of the French State).

 

EDUCATION

1982-1987: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Department of French and Greek Language and Literature, Bachelor of Education

1979-1980: Paris IV Sorbonne University

Advanced diploma in French Studies 3rd degree/Literature

(Diplôme Supérieur d’Etudes Françaises 3ème degré/Littérature)

1978-1979: Paris IV Sorbonne University

Advanced diploma in French Studies 2nd degree/Literature

(Diplôme d’Etudes Françaises 2ème degré/Littérature)

1977-1978: French Institute of Athens

Diploma of Higher education 3rd degree Classic Studies/Pedagogy

(Diplôme d’Etudes Supérieures 3ème degré Classique/Pédagogie)

1976-1977: French Institute of Athens

Diploma of Higher education 2nd degree

Knowledge of France / Translation

(Diplôme d’Etudes Supérieures 2ème degré-Connaissance de la France / Traduction)

 

SEMINARS-TRAINING

2015: Certificate of Achievement on Safeguarding Children (V2).

2015: Good report of quality control policy.

Class management, environment, relationships and discipline, communication, preparation and planning, new work presented, teaching method, relationship with Head/parents/teachers.

2015: Behavioural Management Course (IfL)

2014: London (U.K.) Tutor Training successfully completed by the La Jolie Ronde French afternoon Club (National Curriculum)

  • Class and Behaviour Management
  • Safeguarding Children
  • Child Development
  • Lesson Planning
  • Parent Communication

2006: Athens (GR): Seminar on constant learning for teachers of French language, held by French Ministry of Education:

  1. The teaching of French as a foreign language according to the CECR
  2. TIC-auto-apprentissage and the motivated Francophony
  3. The teaching of French as a foreign language in the Primary sector

1979: Paris IV Sorbonne University, Lessons on French Culture

– New thoughts on Pedagogy

– Literature of the 20th century

– French Art and Painting

 

COMPUTER SKILLS

Very good knowledge and usage of the following programs:

Microsoft Word

Microsoft Excel

Internet Explorer

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS

French: Native level

English: Very Good

Greek: Mother tongue

 

OTHER SKILLS

Significant organizational and interpersonal skills

Ability to meet effectively strict deadlines

Ability to handle time-sensitive issues

Attention to detail

Ability to work efficiently in both a crowded and a self-directed environment

Strong work ethic

 

INTERESTS

Literature

Music

Tennis