SCHOOL OF MOTORING
Serving Medway towns and the Hoo Peninsula
Tel: 01634 254997
Mob: 07947 432406
For driving lessons or more information about the services I provide, please feel free to give me a call. Please note that I do not take calls during lessons, so please leave a voicemail or send a text and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
01634 254997 or 07947 432406.
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During a typical driving lesson, you will either be introduced to a new subject, or you will be practicing and improving upon something that you have already been taught. You will be instructed in what you are going to be doing during the new lesson, and given a briefing on it. If you are being introduced to something new you may be given a demonstration (if appropriate) and you will then have the opportunity to practice.
You will never be "thrown in at the deep end", or asked to do more than you are capable of doing.
Most people learn best if there is focus on just one or two things per lesson. That way it is easier to remember those things. It is surprising how soon all of this adds up to a lot.
If you try and pay attention to too many things per lesson you may end up remembering little. (One of the reasons why intensive courses are not always the best way to learn.)
As mentioned earlier, when you are first introduced to a new subject, you will be given a full explanatory briefing. Once that has been completed, you will then practice, and be "talked through" what you are doing.
Once you are comfortable, the level of assistance given to you will gradually be reduced, so that you are able to perform the activity with just "prompting and corrective assistance".
Eventually, even that level of help will be reduced, as you demonstrate your ability to perform on your own, to "test standard".