I am confident in teaching maths and economics up to A level, Physics and French up to GCSE, in a one on one setting. My general lesson structure would first be to assess the level of the student and then figure out where are their weaknesses and what areas they are most able to improve in and in what manner. With this information I would give them exercises to do, and when the student eventually gets stuck I would nudge with progressively more unlocking information so as to help them find the answer with the maximum independence. If this doesn't work I will go back to basics to rebuild the foundation that is needed.
I have just finished my A Levels in Economics, Maths, Further Maths and Physics, currently being predicted A*A*A*A. I also speak French fluently having grown up there, and I have tutored French to multiple students at my school who went on to achieve high grades at GCSE.
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