I like to start each lesson by speaking in French for 5 mins - how the day has been etc. This lets us relax and gently warm up our brains, but more importantly it gives me a few ideas of what we might need to work on - if I spot certain grammatical errors etc.
I also like to prioritise what the student wants to work on if they know they have a specific weakness - such as the listening or writing aspect of an examination - this varies slightly depending on the exam board.
I have studied French for seven years, attaining a grade A at A2 level, so I am aware of the intricacies of the course at both A level and GCSE, and how to study it.
I have worked for 11 months as a receptionist in Avignon, France, so I have a good command of the language.
I tutored my sister who was home-schooled for her GCSE French exam, in which she achieved a grade 8.
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