Posts tagged Languages
The Three P's of Perfect Tuition

Great tutors are a combination of many qualities; they are great listeners, adaptable, knowledgeable, and great communicators. Amongst all of these qualities, however, three stand out – the three P’s. They turn a great tutor into an even greater tutor. 

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Family Fun

Oftentimes, tutors can be regarded as helpers reserved for the young, or the stressed-out students going through the rigours of exams. Our skills, however, reach beyond school years, delving deep into adulthood. With summer approaching, how about filling those long summer days with some family fun, and learning a language together?

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Bilingual Benefits

Around a year ago, I wrote a blogpost on the role of languages in a Brexit world, but I’d now like to explore the role that languages can play in your life as a learner. So, if you’re at all hesitant to start learning another language, read on to find out just how many benefits bilingualism could bring to you...

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Mock Management

Whilst some of us may be starting to think of the Christmas festivities ahead, or a winter break abroad, many students will be approaching, or will have taken, their mock GCSE exams. These tests can prove to be a stressful time for all involved so, with this in mind, I thought it useful to explore how best to approach these pesky mocks.

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Learning With Laughter

With the stress of exam season still heavy in the air, I thought we could all seek some light(er) relief in this post. Through my experience of teaching all ages, there has been one common key to success that has stuck out for me – FUN. That’s right, learning does not have to be all about rules and regulations for it to be successful...

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