I think the most important is to know what your goal is with these lessons, do you want to learn just for pleasure, are you in school and having difficulties, are you a child, a teenager, an adult? The lessons structure will change with that. As a French native I try to speak as little English as possible during the lessons.
I have work with different types of students in the past two years. In France I taught french to adult migrants who had just arrived in the country for about 6 months. When I arrived in the UK, I was an au pair to young children and talked french to them. I became a french teaching assistant for GCSEs students and A-levels students this year so I know the program and the subjects.
£20 is the average amount, £2 for travel, it won't always be necessary, mostly if I need to take the train. The price can be arranged and changed depending on age/level, (if it's for an exam for example, it might be more expensive as well)
I have a degree in English literature and civilisation with an additional degree to teach French and English as a second language. I have experience teaching in a school environment so I know the cursus and subjects studied and what is expected of the students but I also taught french to adult migrants back in France.
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