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Tutoring - advice please

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by sommersprossen, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. I'm about to tutor a couple of teenagers who used to live in Germany when they were small and are returning to Germany in the summer. I think they have no productive language - but probably some receptive. Any ideas about how to best structure an hour lesson - what should I start with? Should I give them vocab to take home and learn. Should I prepare lists - or get them to write it down during the lesson? Thanks for your help.
     
  2. I'm about to tutor a couple of teenagers who used to live in Germany when they were small and are returning to Germany in the summer. I think they have no productive language - but probably some receptive. Any ideas about how to best structure an hour lesson - what should I start with? Should I give them vocab to take home and learn. Should I prepare lists - or get them to write it down during the lesson? Thanks for your help.
     

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