1-- Reading is not an efficient class time activity. It should be encouraged at home.
2-- You must be strict in your requirement and come down heavy if they fail to perform (be sure however that they do have time to do homework; many of my students are too busy working).
3-- You can adapt to the individual's needs and demands, and give them 100% of your teaching time. Focus on what THAT student needs.
4-- Find out the student's hobbies, career and language goals, and other interests. Incorporate materials on those topics.
5-- A good teacher is patient, uses time efficiently, and is attentive to the student as a human being.
6-- You're not ready for a raise just yet.
Bien Gruba IIIGuest