I only give lessons up to Year 9 standard soley so that I can be certain in the accuracy of what I teach. I strongly believe that a healthy balance of grammatical and practical exercises is the best method of learning a language such as French.
Lessons usually follow a similar structure to that below:
•Short vocabulary test/grammar test (to recap the previous lesson's content)
•Learn content of class (eg, how to use the present tense)
•Exercise to put into practise what has been learnt, also using vocabulary lists (Could be a written/aural/listening exercise)
•Mark the exercise together (Allowing time for explanation of mistakes etc...)
•Vocabulary list/ grammar task set as homework for a test the following lesson.
I am a Swiss/English student studying French. I received A* at GCSE, and am currently working at A* level for A Level. I successfully tutored a student in GCSE English, but am also experienced in working with much younger Children too. I'm compassionate, caring and patient, willing to work with any student.
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I completed my GCSE studies, gaining very high marks in all subjects, receiving 2 x Level 9 grades in English and A*s in French and German (amongst other subjects). Having done so, I understand the system, and so am able to teach from experience of being taught through GCSE. I love to help others where possible, and seek to provide the highest quality of help where I can. Being one of 4 siblings, all very close in age, I understand how each child learns differently, and would seek to reflect this in my teaching.
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