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Teaching One to One
EFL teachers are often asked to teach one to one classes some time in their teaching career. One to one classes are very different from group lessons in many aspects, and in most cases teachers need to come up with their own approaches and teaching strategies because one to one classes always have to be customized to one individual student’s particular needs. Teaching one to one is very challenging for new teachers. As a starter, classroom setting can be very different if the class is privately arranged rather than through a school or institution. For example, here in South Korea, many private one to one classes are done at a coffee shop. This means you will not have access to traditional classroom supplies such as a board and markers, unless you personally carry all of them with you. Classroom management will also be quite different as it will be about interacting with just one student instead of a group of students. In a one to one class, your student will be either your student-friend, or your ‘enemy.’ Young beginner-level learners could be particularly challenging because often they lack motivation to learn to begin with. Common problems teachers encounter in one to one classes include, but are not limited to: • Students are unmotivated;