1. Finding out the learner's level and their expectations. What do they know already?
2. Going through the grammar, including tenses. This is the backbone of the language.
3. Adapting my teaching to the learner: the point is not to tick boxes but to have a sense of achievement.
4. For GCSE, A Level students: going through some past papers but most importantly understanding the exam techniques. What do you need to be good at to pass? All your tenses? Some of them? Which grammar structures are essential to know? This will help you to feel more confident and in charge on the day.
I moved from Normandy to England 20 years ago. I have taught French in primary schools, secondary schools. I now teach in a college. I have also taught Spanish at GCSE level. I enjoy meeting learners face to face either to brush up their French or to help them improve their predicted grade. It is essential for me to meet your needs to help you make good progress and enjoy the language or the other way round !
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