I specialise in providing online lessons for 11+ and GCSE English students. If you want to focus on your creative writing, we will take a more broad approach, and I will adapt the lessons to your areas of struggle, and if you want more help with your analytical writing, we will approach some texts that I will provide, or any that you are studying for exams.
I will prepare some questions/online worksheets before each lesson, given that I've spoken to the student beforehand about what kind of topics they are having the most trouble with.
I am an English masters student committed to sharing my passion for reading and writing with young people. - Which subject(s) do you teach? A Level English - OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel A Level History - OCR, AQA, Edexcel GCSE English, GCSE English Language, GCSE English Literature – OCR, AQA, Edexcel, WJEC.
I am a sixth form student, currently studying science and maths but with a keen interest in reading and creative writing for fun. I have always loved writing, especially in the fantasy genre, and would like to share this with primary and secondary students as an extra-curricular activity or in preparation for English exams.
My specialist tutoring in literacy and numeracy for dyslexic children encourages regaining a pleasure in language and learning, leading to a confidence boost and academic success. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I provide specialist support for dyslexic students, including formal cognitive assessments. I also support dyscalculic and dyspraxic children.
I am an 18 year old tutor who has more than a year's experience with tutoring and mentoring for pupils within the year groups of 7-10 (ages 11-15). As a tutor, my lessons are interactive and involve the use of quizzes (Kahoots), videos, animations, worksheets, relevant and topical articles and past questions etc.
I am a 19 year old university student who is happy to help primary and secondary students. Please feel free to contact me even if you're older than secondary level. I understand that everyone learns differently and some people aren't as academic as others. I believe in catering every child's learning to their individual needs, including using their interests to give examples.
I am a 16 year old female, currently studying for A levels in Philosophy, Music and Music Technology. In my GCSE's, I got a B+ in both English Literature and Language and believe English is very important in every subject.
College student with B grade GCSE in English language and C grade GCSE in English literature. Happy to work with primary school and lower secondary school pupils. Each Pupil is different and so will need a different approach one on one. I hope to give each pupil a chance to enjoy learning with me.
I am a top level English speaker and children's author, born and bred in London and with a great command of the English language including reading, writing, speaking, spelling and grammar.
I will begin by find out exactly what it is you want to learn, and if you have a deadline such as an upcoming examination. Once I have established what you personally want to get out of the lessons then I'll arrange a timetable for your learning.
After I get to know my students, I try to make the lessons as enjoyable as possible, integrating subjects of their interest, songs, movies and books. In case you need language for a specific field (like for work) I will make sure to include relevant terminology in the class.
I believe that recognising and nurturing a child’s strengths is just as important as supporting them with the aspects of their learning that they find more challenging. I think tutoring should be a fun and engaging experience rather than a chore, so I like to incorporate children’s interests into tutoring sessions.
I base my classes depending on what the student needs. I have found it important to both improve strengths and topics that the student finds more challenging, with sufficient time being dedicated to each one.
I normally prefer to test the students ability in the first few lessons seeing how challenging I can make the lessons. When I have a good idea of the level I then focus on areas where the student is struggling by doing exercises and past papers in this area. Always coming back to difficult subjects is very important.
I am a keen tutor looking to help children and young adults learn how to approach subjects they find difficult. As well as covering material thoroughly, I teach students to look for patterns and methodologies which allow them to continue their learning away from the classroom.
Everyone has a different way they learn, and I would adapt to how everyone learns. However I prefer getting a good old fashioned whiteboard and textbook and going through sample questions, approaching questions in a calm manner, and thinking of a structured solution.
As a student myself, I understand the difficulties faced by students in the academic field. While I was at school, I often found the the subjects I struggled with the most were also the subjects which I enjoyed the least. In my teaching therefore, I think it is important to keep the student interested and to find interactive and energetic ways of teaching.
My teaching method for maths exam preparation is typically based around practising questions, as practice makes perfect. I approach each topic in turn, explaining the key concepts and showing an example answer and follow this with practice questions of varying difficulty.
I provide teaching support to students by basing my teaching methods around the needs of the student. This is achieved by ascertaining the subject support needed by the student and the specific examining board followed. I subsequently research the examining board and devise and plan learning materials for tutoring sessions.
I like to teach by giving an explanation of a topic, before proceeding to get the student to take some brief notes from my explanation with some example exam-style questions. Then I usually like to provide a few more harder exam-style questions to ensure the student can fully understand and then apply the topic.
My teaching method is adapted to the way the child learns so I can cater to their needs and focus on their weak points. I am enthusiastic and will always be positive with the child even if they can't understand the question.
My teaching method is between the, flipped classroom - where the student will research or decide which topic they would like to work on and proceed from there, the case method where real life scenarios will be infiltrated into the subject of interest or gamification (depending on the subject and age of my pupil) where the learner will be educated about a subject and then introduce a game that...
My teaching approach is tailored to fit around each student’s individual needs, and combines identifying areas for improvement with a range of exercises designed to adjust mistakes while boosting confidence. Teaching will be monitored by regular quizzes to make sure information has been absorbed thoroughly.
I aim to teach the correct grammar in any given manner. I am available to help in other subject areas, please provide me with full detail as to what this may be. I will be able to assist and guide you and I tailor tutorials to suit individuals needs.
I am a student (A level) and I give lessons to secondary school GCSE students. Brief outline of a lesson: We'd focus on the texts that you are focusing on in school, to make sure you have a good understanding outside of the classroom. A warm up task which would vary lesson to lesson.
I seek to use a range of teaching methods during sessions. I usually include a discursive element to try and encourage the student to analyse a piece of writing themselves whilst guiding the discussion. One of the fundamental benefits of individual tuition is that I am able to tailor the lessons to the students' learning style.
My teaching method is very easy to catch on to and very effective. I teach a topic, then work through practice questions with the student, and then allow them to do it independently. I will tgenark through their independent work with them and touch upon certain areas. After 3-5 topics (dependent on student) I will test them and plot results for feedback to their parents/guardian.
I can teach students doing their GCSE's or A-Levels. The most effective ways to revise are by planning questions and focusing on writing style. Our lessons will mostly focus on these elements. However, if there are other aspects that you would prefer to focus on then I can aid you with those too.
I am a media writing and education graduate who has been working as a tutor for the last 4 years. I make myself flexible to be able to support my students. I am friendly and love to make my lessons as creative as possible.
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