I am very patient and like encourage fun and excitement within my pupils. It is very important that for me that pupil throughly enjoys playing their instrument.
I approach each topic with what the student is struggling with most first, and vary my method based on each student's needs.
My teaching method is Communicative Language Teaching (CLT). I base my classes on Cooperative Learning (CL) meaning that I involve my students in cooperative activities such as group work activities so that they learn the new given knowledge actively.
Teach from the start with basic introduction and concepts understanding. Give exercises for practice and questions for brainstorming.
I establishe a safe and stimulating environment for pupils, rooted in mutual respect. I try to create a relaxed atmosphere within class-pupil talk, confidence to speak and discuss. I allow students to develop and understanding in different ways and with different speeds.
I believe that every student is capable of improving and that it is the role of the tutor to help the student to engage in and enjoy the subject. From the very beginning, I like to create a plan which tailors to the student to give the lessons a clear direction but I am also flexible to adjust the lessons according to the students' needs.
I offer the full spectrum of high school level chemistry and related sciences (if required), up to and including advanced higher studies. My tutoring is predominantly based around the content that students receive from their teachers, on a topic by topic basis.
With more than 20 years’ experience of working with many of the world’s companies, I am placed to help you achieve your objectives and goals in business or social French. Available, choose from weekly sessions or an intensive training at your offices,and even weekends or evenings at home.
Generally I like to make my lessons "hands-on" where there is a practical activity and a clear take-away to reflect on afterwards. During my time lecturing at Strathclyde I would generally have 40 minutes of lecture content and encourage discussion throughout and end with a practical or creative activity to build upon the factual content.
I've got a postgrad degree from the University of Glasgow and though I taught my students when I was at high school, my new found knowledge would only enhance my lessons further focusing on combining fun and learning at a suitable pace for the student.
Hello! My name is Chloé Karrer and I'm a French student in Master Fashion& Textile at Glasgow School of Art. I growned up in the suburbs of Paris and lived in Paris for 6 years for my studies. This year, I settle in Glasgow city center and can help you for any french problems: - Help with your french homeworks or just speak with you in a casual/ business way.
With degrees in history, specializing in military and American history as well as Conflict Archaeology & Heritage, I have extensive experience in the academic world. I have tutored people of various ages and pursuing different types of degrees. The way in which I tutor is entirely dependent on the person I am tutoring. After all, everyone learns differently.
Hi , my name is Julien. I am a French native speaker who work and live in Glasgow near the University of Glasgow. After eighth trips in Scotland, I decided to live in Glasgow and teach French to Primary, KS3, IB, GCSE and Adults. Generally, I ask what students want to work and the axes of improvement on which they want to work.
I am a very experienced mathematician who enjoys breathing life into the subject. My background is in secondary education and I understand completely the barriers and difficulties people have with the subject. The main strategy to solve these problems is using clear explanation and lots of examples to illustrate the difficult topics.
I had been a full-time physics teacher at an international school in Shanghai from 2015.5 to 2017.7. I graduated from Fudan University as an English major with two years' physics study background. I used to give IGCSE and A-level physics lessons to Chinese students who take international exams and study abroad. I am very responsible and patient. I have training qualifications for IGCSE.
Hello! My name is Blythe, I am an American PhD student studying at the University of Glasgow. I did my BA in the US in general history with a minor in education, which gives me both teaching experience and a broad background as I have done basic maths, science, psychology, sociology, and English lit.
I have 6 years of international experience in teaching English as a Foreign Language. So far, I have delivered language classes in Greece, Spain, Romania and Scotland. I have taught both young learners and adults in all levels, as well as prepared my students for IELTS, TOEIC, FCE, CAE, CPE exams.
As History is generally an essay based subject I approach it by breaking down areas into factors that are more easily discussed. This also then helps with the structuring of any essay as you are able to decide how to approach your paragraphs. I like to use straightforward methods in order to make History as fun and easy to understand as possible.
Realistically the teaching method will depend on the student, you are in control and I am flexible. Generally I expect many students may want to use these sessions to develop their designs between university crits or tutor groups or polish off their portfolio for a final submission.
I bring out the best in each in each student through teaching specific modules designed to develop their creative potential, observational drawing and painting skills.Through one to one tuition I build on the students strengths and areas needing improvement.
As a tutor I like to begin with an initial consultation stage where my client and I can discuss learning needs and collaboratively plan methods and outcomes for our sessions. I tailor individual lessons plans for each of my students with emphasis on areas that require improvement: comprehension, essay writing, close reading, etc.
I take good care in preparing engaging lessons for my students. I take into account their interests and make the lessons relevant to them. I can easily adapt to their needs and what level they are hoping to achieve.
My primary role is to coach and facilitate student learning and overall comprehension of the subject. Put it differently, i could say that I base my methods on student-centered approach to learning and personalized learning.
I would give my lessons up to a first year university level in Chemistry and secondary school level in Mathematics. I will try to vary my teaching methods to adapt to your learning style. I am passionate about teaching to people who are willing to learn so I will always do my best to help in whatever way I can.
I teach based on what you know and what you want to learn and then adapt the content of my lessons according to your knowledge and aspirations. I can give lessons in French from beginner to confirmed. I can give lessons in music from Beginner to intermediate.
Patient and hands off. I will give you the freedom to try and not get caught up on technical details unless you need clarification. It's easy if you don't mind how it comes out.
I teach based on the theory of a topic; I believe it is far better to understand why we do something rather than to just learn the process of answering questions, as this has helped me in exams far more. I make use of a wide range of resources, as well as personal experience, to make maths and physics feel intuitive.
I believe that teaching and learning a new language must be fun, so I would engage with lots of interactive material together with fun facts, easy tips and cultural references, giving examples such as songs, movies, TV shows...
I base each class on a skill rather than a topic, less ‘critical essay’ and more ‘the difference between analysis and evaluation’ - I believe this is more useful and not as vague.
Bonjour Glasgow ! I am happy to be a new citizen of this wonderful city, and building a french bookstore/café here. I used to teach english to French students in France, so that i would like to work on the other way round now.
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Perfect! Maxime is a pleasant person to work with. He is patient and provided the insights of French culture during his tuition.
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