My teaching method can vary, from using the whiteboard to using worksheets and drawings. I like to adjust the way I teach to my student, as I believe not all children like the same method of teaching.
On the first lesson, I would give them a mini test upon what they've learnt so far, then I will look at their weaknesses and go over those in their upcoming lessons by giving them tips and tricks, along with that I would also go over any topics they want me to go over too.
Towards the beginning of the lesson, I will give them a starter which would contain a mixture of what they got taught last lesson and their strengths too.
And for their reflection/homework, I would give them exam-style questions and go over it together during their next lesson.
I have just finished my A-levels this year, during my time at sixth form I have worked at a tutoring centre with over 100 children for maths and English from nursery till year 10. Most of my children have reached levels above the average compared to other schools.
Maths - GCSE 8/A*
Biology - GCSE 8/A*
Chemistry - GCSE 8/A*
English Literature - GCSE 8/A*
Religious Studies - GCSE 8/A*
Food Technology - GCSE 8/A*
English Language - GCSE 7/A
Geography - GCSE 7/A
Tamil - O Level A
Physics- GCSE 6/B
ECDL - BTEC First D*
Predicted grades for A levels:
Since 2016, I go to St Johns Ambulance cadets at Southall every Tuesday, this has sort of given me an inside to how to save peoples' lives in most scenarios and it has built up my leadership skills, by teaching others how to do first aid.
Every Saturday, at Gifford Primary School, I help younger children to improve in Tamil for an hour and I am also a prefect in that Tamil school, by given this role, it enables me to work as a team and understand everyone's point of perspective.
Moreover, the past year I have been working at Explore Learning which has enabled me to develop more skills such as adapting the way I communicated to a variety of age group, it has enabled me to time-manage and be independent too.
Perfect! My daughter started to really understand maths and that was reflected in my daughter's mock exam results where she achieved higher than her expected grade
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