$24 (45 min)
Bachelor Degree of Education; Foundation Phase
Cape Town University of Technology - 2005


Name Yvette
Country South Africa
Native Language English
Preferred student age
Secondary school (12-17)
Students (17-22)
Preferred level of students
Pre Intermediate
Can also teach
Can speak



English lessons for children

Cambridge English Curriculum Early years Programme Teaching phonics and basic language skills to small children Teaching English to non-English students

Conversational English

I can teach people and students to have conversations in Englis

Working with English people

I work with predominantly English people

Having English friends

I have a big circle of English friends that I socialise with

Reading and writing English

Teaching students from 3 to 10 how to read and write in English. Teaching comprehension and grammar to students 3 to 10 years of age


Afrikaans lessons for children

I teach Afrikaaans to children 7 to 13 years of age on a weekly basis

Afrikaans for beginners

I have taught adults how to speak Afrikaans on a basic level

Working with Afrikaans people

I currently work with some Afrikaans people

Having Afrikaans friends

I have friends and family that I socilaise with that is native Afrikaans speakers

Reading and writing Afrikaans

I teach children from 7 to 13 years of age how to read and write in Afrikaans

About Tutor

I am a passionate teacher, that believes lessosn should be fun and engaging. I enjoy reading, baking and gardening and have been teaching in Cape Town for 12 years. I enjoy meeting people from all over the world and going to the theatre.


I have been teaching for 12 years in an International education system of which 6 years were teaching 4 and 5 years old, I have been teaching students between the ages of 7 to 13 for the last 6 years and specialise in English and Afrikaans. I have written and directed 6 school plays for the school that I am currently working for. I design personal learning plans for students that are not native speakers and can teach subjects across the Cambridge and South Africa n curriculum.

Teaching Approach

I believe in the TPR approach and make use of pictures, games, songs, videos and props in all my lessons. I am a firm believer that students learn from experience, therefore the teacher should not be the one doing all the talking and leading of the class. Students should be praise throughout lessons and be encouraged to try , even when making mistakes, as it is through mistakes that optimal learning takes place.