Name & age

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Your name please 🙂

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A1 – beginner; A2 – elementary; B1 – intermediate; B2 – upper-intermediate; C1 – advanced; C2 – expert

Assess the participant’s current level of English proficiency based on their speaking skills during the trial class.

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Offer a brief demonstration or explanation of each method during the trial class. Observe the participant’s engagement with different methods during the trial to recommend the most effective ones. Be open to combining different methods for a customized approach.

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Discuss with the participant to understand their motivation and goals.

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Provide a brief narrative or bullet points about the overall impressions from the trial lesson and an evaluation of the participant’s potential and areas of improvement.

Suggestions:

Be honest yet constructive in your feedback. Highlight strengths and areas for improvement. Suggest a preliminary pathway or next steps based on the participant’s level and goals.

Example:
Dear Maria, I want to share with you my thoughts and observations from our recent trial lesson together. Firstly, I was genuinely impressed by your friendly attitude and your quick learning ability. You show a real knack for understanding new concepts, which is a great strength in language learning. During our session, I noticed that you have a solid vocabulary base, especially in areas like colors, seasons, weather, and everyday objects. This is a fantastic starting point. You actively participated in the lesson, and I was pleased to see your willingness to engage and try new things. One area that we can work on together is forming full sentences. While you can speak in full sentences with some assistance, I believe with a bit more practice, you’ll be doing this more fluently and independently. Your ability to adapt quickly gives me confidence that you’ll overcome this challenge in no time. Considering your current level and goals, I recommend focusing on lessons around the A1/A2 levels. To make your learning journey more enjoyable and effective, I’m thinking of adding language games and interactive slideshows to our lessons. These tools should help reinforce your learning and make our sessions more dynamic and engaging. Your eagerness to learn and your friendly nature are your biggest assets. I am confident that with a bit of extra practice and these engaging activities, you will see a significant improvement in your English skills. Before our next session, please feel free to review the materials I’ve sent over. And remember, I am here to support you every step of the way in your language learning journey. Looking forward to our next lesson! Best regards,

Before submitting the form, please ensure to check for any spelling errors or typos

When writing the report, address the participant directly using 'you’ and 'your’. This establishes a direct connection with the reader. This approach aims to create a more personalized and engaging communication.