I do believe that when it comes to studying, the teacher (or tutor) must listen to what are the strengths of his student, how best his student thinks he can remember and work on his subjects. Some people are better with listening, other with reading. I don't believe there is only one way of teaching someone, we always have to adapt.
I started giving lessons to one of my housemates (from Australia). We have been practising an hour every week, during which we pick a day-to-day situation and try to learn to specific vocabulary he would need. Otherwise, he spends his time speaking French to me since the better way to learn is to practice all the time!
Student in three bachelors in three Parisian school: Sciences Po Paris (Social Sciences), Sorbonne Université (Maths) and Law (Panthéon-Assas University Paris II). I will be graduating at the end of this semester.
Exchange student at UWA for a year.
I have been working in the industry, for charities (in Manchester, UK).
I have been involved in many associations/clubs in high school (to represent other students) and in Paris.
I have always been doing different things at different places at once, and since I'm studying different subjects I can help in many different areas such as Maths, Physics, Biology and French (high school level and below).
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