English is the subject that I, without question, most passionate about (it's the subject I studied for my degree!). I really enjoy exploring the subject with pupils, and strongly believe that a tutor's role is not only to teach the subject, by to find a way of igniting individual student's own passion and interest for literature.
Each lesson is tailored and suited for the student that I am teaching, allowing them to excel and achieve the best they can. Visual learning, thinking and reading play a big part in English and so play a big part in my teaching.
I'm a student, so am learning everyday myself. My teaching style is very personal to the person I'm teaching. Do you struggle to come up with ideas and concepts? I have all the prompts you need. Do you prefer analyzing modern poetry? We'll start there. My aim is to inspire some creative writing.
My teaching methodology is fun but educational so that students do no feel bored or forced to learn but enthusiastic towards attending an English class! I can teach not only the 5 areas listed below but anything else about English required!
Break lessons down to its simplest form then build them back up. Understanding is key to getting the work done correctly. During phonics learning I use singing as a form of cementing the knowledge, giving them access to their sounds in an easy and fun way.
I believe in stimulating the potential of the individual - "Give a man a fish, and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he will eat for the rest of their life." I follow a critically minded engagement with work, especially with subjects within the Humanitarian disciplines. Encouraging one to think for themselves, for me, is the most important facet of a well rounded education.
I am currently in Year 11, going on to Year 12 and I am predicted As and A*s at GCSE. When tutoring, I usually ask the child the exact topic or area they struggle with and we tackle that first then move on to solidify the areas they are most confident on.
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 have been tutoring in London since completing a Masters in English Literature at the University of Oxford, where I also read English Language and Literature, graduating with a First. During my time as a tutor, I have worked with a variety of students on a long- and short-term basis to work on study skills, essay planning and editing, revision, reading, analysis, and creative writing.
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.
My aim is to build confidence in my tutees, by developing in them, key skills and a complete understanding of the necessary concepts and ideas for their subject level. I tutor English at GCSE and A-Level, as well as for entrance exams like the 11+. I pride myself on my close reading skills and offer proofreading services, with experience editing peoples work from KS2 to MA level.
I am a university student learning publishing and digital culture and I plan to teach English and literature to pupils in primary and secondary school aged from 11 to 15. I will be teaching basic grammar, sentence structure for secondary school exams using the PEEL technique and English literature and language.
An experienced teacher of English, I have been rated as "outstanding" by Ofsted and have worked as Head of Department and Lead Practitioner within an inner city secondary school. I am an enthusiastic and committed tutor and have supported several students throughout their secondary school studies.
I am a first year LSE student studying Philosophy and Politics, looking to tutor students of GCSE and AS-Level. I am keen to teach English literature, especially poetry and commentaries, but am equally capable of tutoring students in a wide array of Humanities subjects.
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.
I am a patient, understanding and caring tutor who will mark and critic work, give feedback and resources and recommend supplies and books which may aid you. I teach the subjects that I excelled at and received the best GCSE Grades in, and I love all of them and am passionate about sharing my knowledge.
Writing gives me the freedom to create a world where I set the rules, where the characters act the way I want them to, a world where everything is exactly how I want it to be and I know that I am the one who controls everything.
I can teach up to degree level. If appropriate, I would start my approach by examining the mark schemes and structure of the course the student is working for or I would simply ask the student what they wish to achieve from the lessons. I believe I work in a friendly and encouraging fashion, without being patronising.
I am a law graduate from the University of Leeds (2:1) who obtained an A in English Literature at Level (note: an A was the highest attainable grade when I took my A Levels), and am looking to tutor primary school and secondary school students. Due to my academic background, I am particularly good with essay writing skills, time management and understanding of relevant texts.
I teach creative writing using the Story Workshop method of writing instruction, whereby students learn the major capacities needed for effective writing: seeing in the mind, voice, listening, creative problem solving, reading, and sense of audience. I hold a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, am the author of three novels and more than fifty nonfiction books for the library market.
My goal as a teacher is to help you with your unique struggles as a student. I approach each student as an individual and tailor classes to help you reach your maximum potential. I am patient, and will try a different approach if you do not understand me the first time. Bring me what you are concerned about in your studies and I will help you.
Good writing creates a great academic student. You must be able to communicate your ideas with refinement, intelligibility and authority. Begin the essay or dissertation, with a clear outline of the main points to cover in the entire document. This then determines the structure of the essay and informs the reader of how to relate to the topic.
I study psychology which puts me at an advantage when it comes to studying your child's body language and what way your child prefers to learn. I will be able to provide those resources in order for them to learn, whether that be online clips of fun exercises to engage your child's brain.
MY CREDO: The saying is, "No pain, no gain." My attitude is just the opposite. I like to make learning as easy and enjoyable as possible for both children and adults. If learning is a struggle, come to me and let me take the heat out of the situation. MY SUBJECTS: English: I teach English at beginning, primary, secondary and college levels.
I believe I am a patient, encouraging and supportive tutor. I consistently communicate with my students and their parents or carers to ensure they receive the exact tuition they require. As a tutor I believe in fostering confidence, independence and critical thinking in my students- encouraging them to always take responsibility for their own learning.
Hi I am Shannon and my main objective is to make you smile! My teaching methodology is a range or games , exercises and repetition to make learning the most enjoyable experience! Being approachable is one of my best assets as everyone says that I have a friendly face and I talk for Britain!
I offer interactive, encouraging and friendly lessons for school and university students. Classes focus on key aspects of English language, grammar and literature. I am happy to answer your questions and offer easy exercises to review your learnings throughout the lesson.
My teaching method includes engaging learners. I have worked with SEN and EAL pupils. I am currently completing a Masters in Education and Leadership in which I am exploring how learning can be developed and challenged. I use effective questioning and provide resources which stretch and challenge learners.
My teaching methods include - Brainstorming - if you are a visual student -I have creative methods of revision which have really helped me in exams - i.e pictograms, color codes etc, past papers and examiners comments, class discussions. I am a very energetic and enthusiastic person who has a real passion for knowledge.
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