Magda Lahliti – Founder
Magda is a Native French Speaker and has taught French for more than 15 years. She has created a curriculum to learn French through immersion and based on the French Education National guidelines and inspired by Reggio Emilia and Montessori philosophies. She is the founder of French For Little Ones and Learn French Brooklyn.
A fervent supporter of Billinguism, Magda believes it is a way to bond with other cultures to overcome language barriers and hold greater tolerance and understanding to different traditions and identities. She has created Learn French Brooklyn to promote French Culture through innovative classes and exciting Cultural Workshops.
Contact Magda: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kids & adults French teacher
A French native Sonia was born in Paris, and raised in Limoges. After studying communication in Paris she moved to London to learn English. Sonia has taught French for all ages at the French Alliance Of New York for over a year.
She joined FFLO in 2013 in Brooklyn and she is now the Education Program Director . She has specialized in teaching the French language to toddlers. In addition to her career, she is studying Childhood Bilingual Education at BMCC Manhattan.
Sonia is always ‘ on-the-go’ and love spending time to read and write.
Kids French teacher
Celia has been a teacher for 4 years. She teaches French to children 2 to 10 years old through art, music and movements.
Vans Sandro Marhone
Kids, Teens & Adults French teacher
Sandro has been a teacher for 8 years. He has taught French at the French Institute and has taught French to children level A1 to DELF.
Private Lessons French Teacher
Literature & teacher of French for all levels.
Souad is a Master of Arts graduate who taught French I, II and III at the University of Florida. She has worked on a thesis that examines the voice of female writers from the Maghreb in the 1980s and their efforts to change the status of women of their respective countries.
Films, art history and all levels French teacher
Graduated from the Sorbonne in Paris in Literature and Art History, Emile has taught at the FIAF in San Francisco and has taught French and done lectures at Stanford University.