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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
He had an oral exam to prepare for the next day, so we really worked on preparing him for the prompt that he would be asked to develop. I'm trying to avoid having him answer in English first and then translate, I can see that he can already form the thoughts and sentences in Spanish without having to lean on English elaboration first. We spent a good portion of the time exploring how to answer the prompt in a way that expresses what he wants to say. We did not complete his entire response, as I wanted to have time to work with him on actually practicing the prompt in a mock-exam setting. We did this for the last half hour of the session and towards the end he became more and more comfortable.
I left him with the 'assignment' to continue working on developing the prompt, but to mostly just practice. Run through the 'mock-exam' on his own, practicing responding to his imaginary teacher to give him more confidence and ease when in the exam setting. He wants to be impeccable in his speech, which is admirable, but we talked about how it is better to make tiny mistakes but to keep trying and not get caught up on not-knowing a word and get stuck and lose your train of thought.
I'm confident his exam will go well!"