Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We worked on an extra assignment that I'd sent the student to review conjugations, agreement with reflexive verbs and verbs with a direct object preceding them, pairing verbs with the appropriate preposition and then conjugating them by creating sentences. He needs to review some of the vocabulary from the section his class is currently on, as he's not 100% sure of all of it."
"We had a very good session. We talked during the whole session. The student is comfortable and speaks freely. She can now also use more words from different jargons more smoothly during our conversations. So I can definitely say that our meetings are fulfilling their purpose."
"The student and I went over conjugating verbs and vocabulary terms. I challenged her to conjugate the verbs and to differentiate the difference between verbs that use etre and verbs that use avoir for passe compose. I additionally challenged her to continue to review and practice her formulating sentences."
"The student has a test on Unit 1 tomorrow, so we went straight to work on the material that will be covered. We went through her vocab sheets to make sure she knew what the verbs meant. We went over the conjugations of the harder verbs (the irregular ones, the ones with accents, etc.). I gave her some practice ones along the way to practice passe compose and present of some of the harder verbs. We went over some adjectives and phrasing that will be on the test. Going through the test slowly and checking work will be important for her, but she knew most of the material as we went through it today."
"The student did several exercises from her workbook on pronouns using present and past tense. She also did several exercises using chapter 6 vocabulary and the future tense. Finally, she wrote a description in French describing a meal she prepared. I corrected a few errors and explained the use of pronouns and a few expressions."
"We worked on passe compose vs imparfait. I gave the student lots of resources in the form of a Google document for her to reference moving forward. I'm also going to continue pulling up short reading exercises to work on her vocabulary."