Tips for one-to-one tuition 5 Stars
30 July 2010Add to My Folder
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We provide advice for helping children in a one-to-one setting
With the number of Key Stage 2 children due to receive one-to-one tuition set to double to 315,000 in 2010-2011, the presence of one-to-one tutors in schools is becoming more pronounced. Working with a child in this context necessitates a particular approach – at the start of their journey, tutors are equipped with a detailed toolkit and induction training. The following is advice is written with one-to-one tutors in mind, although the activities can easily be adapted for use by class teachers, too.
- Laminated number lines
- Wiper boards and cloths
- Dry wipe pens
- Laminated blank domino cards (create your own domino game using dry wipe pens, for example times tables, number bonds, words with different letter strings)
- Multilink cubes
- Laminated, high-frequency word flashcards
- Key textbooks for the ability range you are working with and list of reading comprehension questions
- Ruler, pencils, rubbers
- Maths or literacy games to break up the session
- APP levels
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