My teaching is student centred. I tend to listen and walk the student through the process. I also make sure that the student is interested in the subject on investigation. Even though I simply the process for easy of understanding I also ask relevant to ensure that there is clarity in the though process.
Are you looking for an inspirational, patient and empowering tutor who can assess your specific needs and engage you to address and overcome them? Lessons with me are about overcoming any barriers to learning and breaking them down concisely.
I offer tailored tutorial sessions which help to build self confidence. My patient and calm approach serves to ensure that students achieve the best results.
Oliver Delgaram-Nejad is an interdisciplinary (psycholinguistics) PGR at Manchester Metropolitan University. His PhD research examines the composite language and communication phenomena of schizophrenia, as relative to figurative language processing, using experimental psycholinguistic methods; his master's dissertation focused on paralinguistics: blended displays (i.e.
* I have 10 years teaching experience * I have students from many universities including Cambridge University, University of Oxford, Russell Group Universities including King’s College London, UCL, LSE, SOAS, and Royal Holloway University. * I am very organised and punctual tutor and work very carefully with the students within time constrains and tight deadlines.
I vary with classes and levels, and I like to take a friendly approach rooted in what my students want to achieve. I adapt to the student and the curriculum, but typically use a range of real-world examples to create a better context.
I can teach anyone under 16, whether it be for SATS or GCSEs, my style of teaching is based on student's needs, mini-tests to cover topics that we will have covered, I find mindmaps and notes very effective however if this is not for the student, I can do something more practical to help them. A main teaching style of mine is looking at the criteria needed for certain levels and nailing that down.
My teaching method is uniquely customised depending on who I am giving lesson to. For example, I recently tutored a young 14 yo boy with ADHD (for English) and, due to this problem, made the lesson much more hands-on and interactive, allowing him the opportunity to learn while saying alert.
I will walk you through the whole essay writing process: starting with reading the question and planning, then moving on to essay structure, and finally spending the rest of our time looking at critical thinking and correct terminology. I will then be available to mark your essay for a reduced price with quick turnarounds.
My teaching method is based on the requirements of my students, so I spend some time getting to know them and finding out where there may be issues, or areas where students feel less confident. I then tailor my lessons to address these areas to achieve successful outcomes.
I've been passionate about English literature for as long as I can remember and achieved an A grade in my Junior Certificate [GCSE equivalent] and an A1 in my Leaving Certificate [A-Level Equivalent]. I moved to Belfast and graduated from Queen's in May 2017 with a degree in English and history.
I believe in developing a full understanding of the topic or text being studied; going further than the examination guidelines to help pupils approach any topics and/or obscure examination questions and develop skills needed for further learning (e.g GCSE to A-Level to Degree).
Need some help with your English work? I base my classes on what my student wants to learn. I know how to get the best results by tailoring all classes to individual needs. My teaching methodology is simple: expect the best to achieve the best.
My lessons could be suitable for a range of students varying from primary to GCSE education. I would aim to explain the higher levels of the subject and how to achieve them but the lessons would not be exclusive to top-band.
My teaching method revolves heavily around pupil interaction. I have had teachers who have spoken at me and left us to our own devices to work problems out for ourselves. Frankly, neither of those approaches are effective. Finding a balance is paramount.
I have a BA (Hons) Drama and Literature, PGCE (Secondary English Teacher) - teaching KS3/4/5 (age 11 to 19). Taught in Comprenhensive mixed schools and currently teaching in Private School - English Language and English Literature - Head of English Department Department.
I base my teaching method off of skills I myself have been taught; breaking down essay writing into key sections, such as structure and the use of the PEEL technique, content, key themes of the text and language analysis. I would also be able to provide help with ongoing schoolwork and homework as needed to supplement learning.
My overall approach to tutoring heavily relies on strong communication skills, as I believe that any student can receive top grades if they are able to understand what is needed from them and how they can achieve this. It is also important that they feel comfortable in their learning environment, and feel confident that they can reach their targets.
I like to engage the student and build a positive relationship with them. Following the set curriculum and preparing for exams is very important, as is writing essays for practice or for coursework. So is aiming to genuinely understand the subject matter and to engage in critical thought and explore around the subject. On top of this having fun while doing so is vital.
As a student, I am used to teaching a variety of levels, and I adapt my teaching to each student, as I do not believe that there is one universal method for all students. I spend time over the first session working out how my student learns and I adapt my method accordingly.
I currently go to King Edward VI Grammar School currently doing A levels. I completed my GCSE's at Westcliff High School for Girls with 9A* especially in all sciences except his Physics and in English Language and Literature and Maths which I got a 9 in English Language and 8 for Literature and Maths.
Hello Student :) Welcome to my profile! I have two degrees relating to literature. My first is a 2:1 BA (Hons) in English Literature, and, the second is my Master's Degree in African Studies (majority of which concerned African Literature, including literature from America and the Caribbean).
My teaching methods vary depending on the way the student best retains the information. I usually encourage mindmaps and organised note-taking as well as providing thorough explanations and discussions to help break down theories and ideas. If there is a specific method that works for you, I am happy to explore it to ensure you receive the best possible results.
My teaching method will be tailored towards the student. I often find that that informal instruction is a great way to start with my students and is followed with a mix of direct instruction and a build up of both myself and the pupils personalised choice, after adjusting preferred learning methods.
I have a PhD from the English Department at the University of Southampton and many years of experience teaching English literature, poetry and academic skills (research, writing, referencing, presentation skills, time management, digital resources) to BA and MA students.
I personally find the best way to obtain maximum learning is to address the areas the student is struggling with, find the source of the issues and look at how it can be improved. It is vital the student is able to recognise where they are going wrong in order to progress.
The way I see it, every student is unique. Everyone has different interests and specialities, but they also have different strengths and weaknesses when it comes to education and different subjects. The sooner a tutor can understand what a student is struggling with, the sooner they can offer guidance in a way that helps the student to overcome them.
As English is based on a subjective system (there aren't any particular right or wrong answers) I prefer to assess the student's current technique, talk about what they think could be better and the aim is to find easy quick ways (that they will remember!) to pick up marks throughout the papers. Then, to implement these in various tasks and essays is essential.
I am a hands on learner and tutor and am a big believer in understanding each students unique learning styles and creating a study plan that best suits them. For creative writing tutoring, I begin with small things such as helping expand imagination and ideas before moving to the more practical and formal skills.
I have just finished my A Levels and I hope to pursue a degree in English Literature. Lessons should be engaging, and each person is different in how they learn. So I will be specific to each pupil to ensure they have the best experience.
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