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    Certificate of

    How do we call a formal written information about a student's attendance to a one-to-one tuition at home? What should be written as a title of such a document? Certificate of ........?

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    How What do we call formal written information about a student's attendance to a for one-to-one tuition at home? What should be written as a the title of such a document? Certificate of ........?
    Hello Ewa B, and welcome to the forum.

    I'm not sure I understand the context. Whose home are we talking about?

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    Re: Certificate of

    Thanks for help. Sometimes my mistakes are embarrassing.
    I mean one-to-one tuition at student's home. The boy's very ill and he can't attend the local school. Every day teachers go to his house and teach him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ewa B View Post
    Thanks for help. Sometimes my mistakes are embarrassing.
    Don't worry about that. We can learn from our mistakes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ewa B View Post
    I mean one-to-one tuition at student's home.
    Ah, now I get it. Use "home-school attendance record".

    Quote Originally Posted by Ewa B View Post
    The boy's very ill and he can't attend the local school. Every day teachers go to his house and teach him.
    I'm so sorry to hear that, and I wish him better health.
    If you need any help with teaching him, just ask!
    Tell that boy we all say hi.

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    Thanks for your help and the wishes. I'll tell him. Yes, I know we can learn from our mistakes but I teach children and it's sometimes embarrassing when I forget a word or make a spelling mistake. Fortunately the pupils are quite young and they don't pay careful attention to details. I do my best and that's my goal. Bye

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    I think it's important, even if your students are children, to own up when you've made a mistake. That teaches them a very important thing: that it's okay to make mistakes, and that by acknowledging and taking careful note of our mistakes, we can learn from them. It is important that children realize even the teacher can make a mistake, and it's equally important that the teacher shows them how he/she deals with that.

    No one is infallible; everyone makes mistakes!

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    You're right and what's more: Practice makes perfect!

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