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What is most important for the student at this point is to get lots of practice. He is doing a great job at recognizing verbs and his guesses are improving, but eventually the goal is for him to be able to produce vocabulary and conjugate verbs with 100% accuracy. I have suggested that he invest in a French verb book and to download two foreign language apps."
Next, he went through the review PowerPoint I made and got every answer correctly. Since he clearly has a good grasp on last week's vocabulary, which was mainly weather/ seasons-related terminology, we decided it would be best to dedicate the rest of the session to his upcoming chapter, which is about "La Vie Quotidienne" (daily life).
I brought a new textbook with me today, since he has expressed that his textbook from school doesn't particularly appeal to him. As an introduction to "La Vie Quotidienne" vocabulary, I asked him to read a page aloud from his new book and then we discussed it for a few minutes (what he understood, what vocabulary was new to him, etc.). I then adapted an exercise from the book to include his vocab list from this week, and he completed it while I talked him through what the new words meant, how they should be used in context, pronunciation, etc.
Like last week, we made flashcards for every vocabulary word, adding a personal "clue", such as short sentences and pictures, to each one. We then went through them (French to English and vice versa) a few times. By the end of the session, the student could easily recall every word on his list!
I am really happy with how quickly he is picking up new vocabulary, and is able to recall most of them week to week. His confidence and willingness to put in the effort to do well in this class continue to impress me, and are a huge part of what makes our sessions successful."