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The difference between teaching one on one and groups?I don?t want to get stuck with one person for multiple hours.? This is an argument of why some teachers dislike teaching one-on-one. On the other hand, groups prevent the teacher from going in depth in a particular topic if it doesn?t relate to the majority of the students. There are pros and cons to both types of teaching. Everyone has their own preferences where some students will like just one-on-one while others like to only teach in groups or there are those that like both. Of course there are those that don?t like either and that?s why they?re not teaching. One-on-one teaching has many great points that group settings would not allow. First, the instructor and the student can really get to know each other since they will be spending much time together learning and teaching. The teacher can find out what the student wants to learn and plan lessons that help achieve his or her goals. Also, the teacher can identify his or her student weaknesses and errors a lot more quickly since there will not be any other students to detract the teacher?s attention. After identification, the teacher can come up with ways to remediate the errors which often are habitual and takes time to correct. While there are benefits to teaching one-on-one,