In my teaching I like to assess the kind of learner my student is before tailoring lessons to meet their individual needs. I find that most students respond to a variety of activities during the course of the lesson. The lesson structure might look something like this: Example - metaphors and similies Introduce topic - assess how much knowledge the student already has (i.e.
I am a 22 year old freelance playwright and theatre director, currently working with London producers. I established my own production company during my degree and am now working to help develop the skills of others. I am enthusiastic about teaching and like to lead practical and creative sessions as I believe this helps students retain the information they have learnt.
I give lessons to people of any age and background. With my lessons I try to cover a wide range of elements so that the student engages different parts of the brain. I like asking questions to help the student come up with their own answers and develop their own writing voice.
I'm a very forward thinking teacher who always strives to achieve best results by tailoring my lessons to individual students to allow maximum participation and success. I base a lot of my lessons on the Kagan principles of cooperation. I'm an outgoing and approachable individual who uses not only my extensive knowledge but humour in my teaching.
I teach a wide range of literacy subjects including english language, literature, poetry, criticism, academic writing and creative writing. My general structure is to break things down. For example, if I were helping a student with a essay that had to be 2,500 words I would first split this up into catagories.
I base my teaching upon the individual. I understand there are some ways that work and some that do not. I will get to know the student and their learning in order to get the best out of them.
My teaching method is very fun and thoughtful and suitable for all ages and education levels which include set tasks that could include watching a snippet of a relevant youtube video to a fun scenario for you to get creative with and expand upon as a student of creative writing.
My teaching style is calm, fun and creative. I enjoy seeing my students develop confidence and gain new skills. I like using visuals and multimedia to support my teaching and to make the lessons more fulfilling. I look forward to meeting you.
I make my lessons as interactive as possible. The first step for pupils to understand a concept is being able to physically manipulate something in order to visualise what they are learning.
I have taught English and Drama in Secondary schools for over thirty years, with students of all abilities. I also work as a GCSE examiner for English and Lit , so have plenty of experience in ensuring students are well prepared for exams. I am happy to help students of all abilities with general English support in KS 2 &3 and with helping pupils prepare for their GCSE exams.
I am a Primary School teacher, qualified with a high level PGCE with QTS from the University of Cumbria and an Undergraduate degree in Biology. I am passionate about working with children and young people in education, stemming from the engaging education I received myself. I teach all subject areas within the primary curriculum, with my strongest areas being Maths, Literacy and Science.
My teaching methods vary depending on each students needs. I can provide exam coaching, grammar tuition, improvement lessons in reading and writing, and lessons for those wishing to improve the spoken English. My teaching is individually tailored to each student.
My teaching method is usually a lot of hands-on ideas, I do quite a few resources and will send these to the students if they need me to. I teach A level students, as I am not able to teach degree level yet.
My qualifications: MA, BA Hons, PGCE, RSMA. Writing skills for students in schools, community, F.E and HE. Person-centered lessons, responding to your needs and identifying your aims and targets.
I am a current undergraduate student majoring in Psychology and Behavioural Science at a college in the USA, offering tutoring whilst home over breaks (May-August & December-January) as well as online. I completed A-Levels in Biology, History, General studies & Physical education, along with an AS level in English Literature, achieving the grades: A, A, A, A*.
I am an extremely experienced English teacher. I believe that the most effective way to learn a language is to develop a love of words, their nuances and how they position us to see the world from a variety of perspectives.
My teaching method is quite simple, both demonstration and discussion based. I text to focus mostly on subject areas my students aren't confident with to boost their knowledge and comfort on the subject, my teaching style can be based around the way that you learn the best.
I like to do a quick informal assessment of my students so I can get to grips with their learning style and the key areas we need to focus on. I like to bring fun to the English subject by including games and quizzes so that my sessions are engaging and the student can constantly reflect on what they are learning.
My lessons are directed solely at GCSE students. The structure and content of my lessons depend heavily on what the student needs the most focus on - poetry, descriptive writing, analytical skills etc. I work one-on-one with individual students to help achieve and go beyond their target GCSE grades.
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