I first and foremost look at the curriculum the student is studying. Then discuss (with parents also) their goals and what they wish to achieve or gain from tuition. It is important to adapt to the students style of learning; and make sure they find the task at hand exciting. I try to make all my lessons fun; as a bored student will never put in 100% effort.
I have assisted a group of 3 kids aged 9-10 at a local library with homework and upcoming tests and I saw them improve as they exceeded their own expectations. I can adopt a multitude of strategies, from e-learning and videos to textbook-style learning and regular self-constructed tests. I will then use what the kid enjoys to help them progress.
I can tailor the lessons around what the student wants, whether it be grasping the basics, explanations of complex concepts or going through exam questions. I try to understand the preferred learning style of all my students so that they are able to remain engaged and learn in a way that suits them.
Michelle also has a keen interest in helping students with special educational needs, and her highly practical, strengths-based approach to learning has been proven to help students who struggle with conventional lesson plans. Michelle is experienced in succeeding outside traditional educational models and is available to provide support and advice to students looking to do the same.
My lessons are constructed based on where the child is. I will need to gain understanding on what the child may struggle with or what they are unsure of and from there I will plan my lessons. Once I have gained an idea, I will give them homework to do every week and ensure they are practicing regularly.
Please provide me with the relevant English school work you would like help with, and I will assist by systematically breaking the skill down and making the content relatable.
I am a 'A' grade A-level English student attending one of the best sixth-forms in London. I will provide quality lessons planned using official specific from Edexcel, AQA and OCR exam boards. I have access to books and teaching resources.
My methods of teaching is first by outlining the strengths and weaknesses of the student. I would then aid students to tackle their weaknesses by going through each topic in a difficult module, structure exam based answers and mark extra work. By tackling the difficult topics students gain more confidence in the subject as a whole.
The most effective teaching method I utilise is by first outlining what my student needs help on, then designing each lesson to suit their learning type. Following on from this, I then direct quizzes and assessments to monitor progress and learning.
* 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.
Dear students! I was an A level student just as yourselves, and I am open to giving lessons to anyone who is struggling with their A levels, regardless of where you are or think you are in your exam grades! My techniques in teaching, are short snap-revised video lessons or using pictures as well as in typing, depending on the subject topic at hand, in a cohesive, short and easy to understand...
(concealed information) (concealed information) English lessons: Language, Literature, English as a foreign language/ EFL, all ages and levels. (GCSE, A Levels, University Degree, PostGrad, PhD). Also pronunciation / English RP ‘accent’ lessons.
I offer tutoring in English and related humanities subjects such as history and politics. I am especially capable of tutoring philosophy as its own specific subject at both A level and Undergraduate degree level. I intend to create a collaborative feel to my lessons and encourage students to identify their own support areas and guide learning through this.
I am a creative and enthusiastic teacher and work hard to match my lessons with the needs of students, taking each student on a case by case basis. I teach ages 3-50, including English as a foreign language, English Literature, creative writing, grammar and functional English skills and SEN and dyslexic students.
I can offer the following:- English language - up to 11+ Drama and Theatre Arts - up to GCSE Mathematics - up to key stage 3 Drama School application preparation LAMDA exam preparation I am a motivated person who has a passion for the English Language and the correct use of it.
I will be providing lessons to high school students. My teaching methodology is activities oriented because knowledge is highly likely to be retained with the student when the student enjoys learning about it. Patience and kindness is another factor that is present in my lessons.
My teaching methodology consists of first equipping my students with the skills and knowledge they need. I then aid them to perfect those new skills through consistent practice and persistence. Progressing in any subject or language is a combination of the right tolls and hard work.
Since I specialise in coaching, I’m not only looking to help improve in a specific subject, but I’m also trying to help develop excellent learning and revision habits. This means that my tutoring session will focus on the personal growth of the tutee as well the topic at hand. I will provide a fun working environment, accompanied by a broad set of tips for the upcoming GCSE exams.
My teaching style is flexible and responsive. No two learners are the same and I believe that in order to get the best work out of each and every student, it is imperative to adapt lessons to engage each student and help target any areas they may struggle in.
Hi, I am a Secondary English teacher from Australia. I have two and a half years experience teaching in high schools in NSW. I have taught Years 7 - 12 (ages 12 - 18). Before I became a high school teacher, I used to privately tutor Year 11 and 12 students in Advanced English.
My method is to meet with the pupil/student define what the problem areas are then base my classes on how to tackle anything the pupil/student might have problems with & strengthen these areas by talking through the main difficulties & giving the pupil a technique on how to manage the work or the dissertation.
After having achieved grade 9 for both Literature and Language GCSE, I decided I would like to share my passion for English with others. My teaching approach is one of patience, I like to be open-minded, considering alternative interpretations to any text studied, as that is part of the beauty of the subject.
A Cambridge graduate with degrees in Classics, English and Theatre Studies, I also have years of experience as a fine art dealer, filmmaker, writer and stand up comic. I can offer help with most arts subjects up to A-level. I teach through conversation.
I understand that sometimes the problem may be finding the topic "boring" or "too complicated", so my approach is often to make it more relatable or (when appropriate) entertaining for the students. I have a deep appreciation and passion for literature and writing, so to help make that connection for someone else would be a real honour.
In each lesson, I like my students to go on an adventure through their task. Whether it's through exam prep or poetry creation, students will explore and hone their skills and talents based on the fundamental framework offered through their regular school work. Like a good story, a lesson has a beginning, middle, and end, with twists and turns throughout.
I like to take assessment before start teaching so I can know what level child stands on. I prepare my own resources according to the assessment. I believe on practise more on each topic and then move on to the next topic. After every topic, I take a test.
My teaching methods will be very easy and consist of tools that you need in the world as well as the exams. I will make the teaching fun and simple. Therefore, the things you never thought were simple, now seem simple.
My name is Sarah Lipton. I have a BA Honours Degree in History, a Postgraduate Diploma in English Literature, a certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and a Licentiate Acting Diploma. Also, I have numerous awards in speech and drama, such as a Gold Medal in Public Speaking and Grade Eight certificates in Reading and Oral Communication.
I am an MA graduate based in Islington, North London. I offer support and tuition to students who want to improve their written and spoken English. I like to make lessons interesting, so each one will have a theme. For example, an ESOL lesson might be about transport, music or shopping .
I finished my 2 bachelors degree in BA Sociology and Bsc Nursing and my Post graduate Studies in Business. I prefer to give lessons to Nursery students and University students as I am good teaching kids as I used to do a volunteering job to teach childrens in our local area. My technique was to identify their age and level of understanding before giving them lessons. I give exam tests as well.
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