AFRIKAANS FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE IEB SYLLABUS
Experienced, dedicated, highly successful private tutor for Afrikaans First Additional Language, IEB syllabus (all aspects). Grades 6-12. One-on-one lessons, either on site in Malanshof, Randburg, 2194 or via Skype anywhere in the country.
Elriena Delport has been a private tutor of Afrikaans First Additional Language for Grades 8 – 12 since 2006. She follows the Independent Examinations Board syllabus.
Her policy is to teach on a one-on-one basis, allowing her to give her full attention to the development of the individual learner’s knowledge, language proficiency and self-confidence, enhancing the student as a whole through her holistic approach. Her ultimate aim is to empower each learner to improve his/her marks whether it is to pass the subject for the first time ever or to excel by acquiring an A symbol. She follows an integrated method of teaching.
Learners from the following schools have benefitted from her tuition: St Teresa’s School (Rosebank), St Stithian’s Girls’ College, St Andrews Girls’ School, Roedean School, De La Salle Holy Cross College, Trinity House (Randburg), Trinity House (Little Falls), The Kings School (Robin Hills), Michael Mount Waldorf School, Hyde Park High School, King David (Linksfield), King David (Victory Park), St Catherine’s (Florida), St David’s School (Inanda), Sacred Heart College, Beaulieu College, Redhill School and Crawford College, Lonehill.
She has gained a 100% pass rate for all her matrics since she had matrics writing their finals in 2009, even the ones who started out with 5%, 16%, 20%, 26% and 40%!
Attention is given to the following aspects on an ongoing basis:
COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE USE
On commencement of lessons, each learner will be evaluated regarding his/her level of knowledge of and proficiency in Afrikaans.
Lessons are an hour long and learners have to book at least one lesson a week. However, lessons aren’t restricted to one lesson a week – if you want to book more, feel free to do so.
Please visit my website (http://www.afrilang.co.za) for more information and feedback from parents and learners.