My approach is generally one based on guidance rather than command or control. I aim to assist students in furthering the knowledge they already possess and in expanding their own thoughts and ideas. This way they are able to fully engage with the material.
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'd like to offer my help to any student working at a pre-undergraduate level (i.e GCSE & A-Level, BTEC, primary and secondary). My tutoring is completely based on the individual; after talking with you and highlighting what you're struggling with, I'd work around your needs and directly tackle the areas which could be improved, all in a super relaxed environment.
I am an English Literature student at the University of Bristol and offer private lessons to pupils at all secondary school levels. I have a genuine joy for both the improvement of less confident students and honing the techniques of those preparing for exams (GCSE, AS Level, A Level, Pre-U).
The key to learning and developing a stronger skill set in any language is to focus on the basics, but challenge oneself by stepping out of your comfort zone. Each lesson I offer will be a build upon the last, setting goals for the student to achieve and work towards.
I approach each topic by encouraging the student to inform me of their areas of weakness, before briefly explaining it to them, whilst allowing them to come to the answers on their own. I am a university student myself and so have recent experience of taking GCSEs and A levels, and so aim to help those taking GCSE or below. I will help with English literature, language and criticism.
Hi there, I'm looking to give extra lessons to Primary School kids aged 8-13. We would be going through your classwork and homework in a one-to-one setting to make sure we go at pace you are comfortable with, moving on to the next topic once you are confident with all the work covered. As a tutor, I am patient and enthusiastic.
I am an undergraduate final year student who studies English Language. I give support lessons to a family friend who is currently preparing for his GCSES. I also do work experience in a secondary school helping support pupils in their English lessons. My techniques for teaching is to plan lessons ensuring I am covering the relevant content within the time frame specified.
I currently teach all year groups in a secondary school, thus have recent and relevant experience of the KS3 and GCSE curriculum. My teaching experience has included teaching small, intervention groups, as well as 1:1 support sessions, enabling me to further individual student progress. I am extremely friendly and patient and will endeavour to instil confidence in all students.
My teaching method is to suit the individual, maintaining a thorough understanding of the topics at hand. Working out what suits the student, whether that be visual learning, practical learning or observant. An emphasis on SPAG will be made during lessons, as well as a general expansion for vocabulary and idea generation.
I am able to teach History and English literature at both GCSE and A-level standard. Doing a Politics degree and having gained an A* it at A-level means that I have the experience and skills to help those who need it at A-level. Different subjects will have different types of teaching.
Each class of one hour is divided into two sections, the first half involves grammar, using material which explains the use of the different grammar structures followed by an example and then an exercise. The second part of the class is based on vocabulary which varies on the students personal or professional interests (academic or corporate).
Hi, my name is Qiang and I am a college student who has been studying English for many years. Being extremely interested in English, I devoted myself to English learning as well as teaching. The lectures I delivered are a combination of various forms, including singing, games which need cooperations among students and also role plays.
My teaching methods are tailored to each individual student. I use the first lesson to assess the level of the individual and encourage input from them in terms of how they feel they need help. And then I prepare my lessons accordingly, separately, so there is no rigid timetable to stick to.
My teaching method can be adapted depending on the student(s). The lessons are set at a pace where a lot of detail is covered but in efficient and engaging ways. Students will be set tasks to do on their own and to do with myself. (Or other students).
My teaching method is to read/focus on any texts/aspects of English a student may be having issues with and give feedback on how they may improve. Having studied English for four years at a higher level I understand the demands of the subject and what teachers are looking for at every level of education.
I am willing to teach all levels up to GCSE in English language and literature. I teach by attempting to impress my passion for the subject upon the student, whether this is by analysing texts and passages in past exam papers, or through general discursive analysis of poetry, novels and films I have read or seen. I am a methodical tutor, a patient listener and a hard worker.
I individualise my schemes of work in order to suit the learner's age, experience, intentions and style. I like to have a personal discussion about both what and how you'd like to learn.
I base my classes on the students and how they prefer to be taught.
My teaching method is always tailored to my specific students, along with what they would like to achieve.
I give lessons to those studying for GCSE and A Level style examinations. We will cover the necessary topics of each examination, highlighting key information and discerning the best way for each student to memorise and construct valid acedemic arguments.
Student-led with a focus on any area they would specifically like help with.
I like to assess the level of my class, and cater to the individual so that we can achieve and exceed the required goals in a fun, consultative way.
I approach each topic by a dissection of critical terms and relevant practical examples to make it easy to understand.
My teaching method is to use flash cards and keeping up with conversations as well as fun quizzes to help remember words and grammar!
My teaching method is student based constructivism. Happy to listen to your preferences and goals and create lesson plan to fit your timetable.
Happy to give lessons to primary children with spelling and sentence structure, or year 7 -10 students who need more of an understanding.
During tutorials I help students with all aspects of writing an essay, from finding a suitable topic, developing their research skills, learning how to use online & library resources, planning and structuring an essay, communicating ideas clearly & effectively, improving writing skills, to editing their own work. I can also teach revision skills, dissertation writing and time management.
I approach each topic by looking at what my students weakest points are then helping them until they have understood it fully.
I am not a native English speaker, I learnt English on my own, I am now a fluent speaker. I base my teaching methods based on my experience.
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