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Languages Tutoring review by Chantal in Philadelphia, PA
The student and I reviewed the work from the last two sessions including introductions, the colors, the numbers, the seasons, the rooms in the house, furniture, and the classroom. We also discussed the movie and how it represents Paris and the beauty of Paris. New material included going to the supermarket, foods, articles of clothing and things we find in the city.
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Languages Tutoring review by Carolyn in Philadelphia, PA
Today we went over the material that the student studied last year in French. He will need to review the material for the test that he is making up this summer, in addition to all the missing assignments that we are going to complete before he takes that test. We went over parts of speech and discussed the functions of words within a language. Then we discussed ways to learn words by crafting careful relationships and associations.
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Languages Tutoring review by Anna in Philadelphia, PA
After some conversation, our translation exercise for this week came from one of my old textbooks. The student learned all about colonial France as he practiced some words and tenses with which he is more familiar. We went through a dialogue as well to get him speaking. And of course he did some English-French translation exercises as well. This week, the emphasis seemed to be on negative constructions, particularly ne ... que. Those negatives kept popping up everywhere! We will probably do some more work with those next time.
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Languages Tutoring review by Cindy in Philadelphia, PA
In today's lesson: -We spent some time going over the formation of the "futur proche" tense. Once the student understood how to express actions in the near future, I asked him a few questions about his traveling plans. He was able to tell about them using the "futur proche". -I gave him a sheet of useful phrases and vocabulary words on booking a hotel reservation and ordering food at a restaurant. He spent some time reviewing these terms, then with the prompts I gave him, he wrote down his parts for both scenarios and we played the scenarios out. -I left the vocabulary/useful phrases sheets for him to review before his trip and use as needed.
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Languages Tutoring review by Maureen in Philadelphia, PA
We prepared for his upcoming French I exam by taking a French I exam. The exam included reading a letter, reading a dialogue, conjugating verbs, identifying common vocabulary, and demonstrating knowledge of culture. We did not grade the exam; rather, we used it as a gauge for what we need to focus on in the upcoming sessions.
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Languages Tutoring review by Daria in Philadelphia, PA
Did a lot of reading/discussion, including passages describing "a day in the life of" a French student, and information on the group Manau. Went over special cases of "-er" verbs, i.e., verbs that end in "cer" or "ger." Went over an extensive list of vocabulary for describing family and home.
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