I tailor my tutoring to the needs and requirements of each tutee working with strengths and facilitating development of new skills and abilities needed to achieve the tutee's required grades and outcomes. I listen, evaluate then plan before guiding my tutee.
My teaching method is generally one to one. I try to tailor my teaching to the student and the subject, but ideal tutoring sessions are around 45 minutes long to allow enough material to be covered. I encourage students to bring homework they may have, or work that they may be struggling with.
I foster a productive environment that is very focused on the goal at hand. I am considerate of learners' needs and have tutored students with a range of learning and behavioural difficulties to fruitful outcomes. I like to create resources around learners' interests and I am sensitive to learners' needs.
When I was in Secondary School, I disliked academic study and was easily distracted. Two years on, I have received top A* Grades in English Language, Literarure and History at GCSE, I write for a national newspaper, and I am hoping to read History at the University of Durham next year. I won't lie to you: Of course, as a student I need to earn some money.
I have an individual teaching plan for each student depending on their skills and needs. I will usually begin with the basic concepts and introduce you to advanced options and try to cover topics outside the curriculum. While I'm very supportive, I require students to make an independent effort too.
My teaching method is not only going by the book, because I tend to go by more realistic approaches where students can relate their learning to real life situations, in whichever case they may be applicable. And I also base classes on a little extra knowledge apart from the information provided in books.
My teaching method is tailored to my student, in year 12 and 13 I tutored boys from my school (at GCSE level) who were struggling the most with the subject. I found that patience and understanding were the two qualities that evoked a universal response and prompted progress.
I tend to give lessons to children who need help furthering their english and are finding it difficult to connect with the subject; I am here to give them the boost they need, to light the fire of their passion.
I'm currently a Philosophy student studying Philosophy at degree level. I took an extra philosophy A Level in my gap year and so I have experience of home schooling as well as regular education.
My teaching method is creative and allows students to learn through thinking outside the box. I am calm, patient, I persevere through any challenge and encourage my students to do the same.
I teach each individual how they learn best such as repetition, copying or simply being told. My teaching is based on the student..
My teaching method is tailored to each individual depending on what that they would like to achieve. I work online and find that this help with scheduling a convenient time. I am a calm, understanding teacher, and value my student's time.
I am an educator, examiner, teacher-trainer, life and confidence coach, motivational speaker and entrepreneur. I help clients find peace, happiness, joy, confidence and stability. I teach KS1 to adult students. I teach and coach online.
I aim to build confidence in the key English skills of reading and writing, so that students of all levels can communicate more effectively, achieve better grades, and get pleasure and satisfaction from using English. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English Language and Literature, including KS3, GCSE, AS/A2 and English as a foreign language.
I'm an English and American Literature undergraduate at the University of Kent. I have a strong enthusiasm for literature and hope to become an English teacher. I have experience ranging from tutoring for AS levels to helping 11 year olds boost their reading abilities. Throughout my studies I have learned the efficient study skills, that I wish to pass on to my tutees.
I base my sessions upon the preference of my students learning methods so as to maximise understanding and potential used from a basis of own notes and knowledge.
I have taught GCSE English to younger siblings of mine over the course of the last 4 years and I enjoyed doing so therefore I thought I could share this with others. As I am young I understand the demands for students who take these exams which is beneficial. I like to go with two hourly lessons a week or a single 2 hour slot as I find his to be the most productive, with a short break in between.
I am a friendly, native speaking teacher with a clear (RP) British accent. I have been teaching English for over seven years. I make sure that every student receives high quality lessons based around their specific needs. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English. Please check the specific lessons I offer and rates on my profile.
Experienced tutor since 2005, having taught successfully in the state sector at all levels from KS1 to A Level. Excellent results in maths & English, 11+/Kent Test. Professionally employed by two Canterbury state schools to tutor GCSE/KS3. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I mainly teach primary maths, English and Kent Test practice.
- Classes Bright Young Things offers a range of classes: - teacher-led classes in all elements of the Kent 11 Plus Test - popular Maths and English Members club - workshops in creative writing, debating and problem-solving - 13 Plus Entrance Exam preparation - classes in the core GCSE and A Level subjects - University Applications We offer: - small group and one-on-one sessions - discounts...
- Classes Children follow a programme, the starting point being determined by an initial assessment. The maths programme is pure maths - from number recognition to GCSE algebra. It includes topics such as shape, time, measurement, area/perimeter, series, etc. We will also help with applied topics as required. We can provide practice papers for school exams (KS1, KS2, GCSE).
I give lessons for people primary school- a level. My aim would be to create an environment of encouragement and development. I want to foster skills by finding a way one can enjoy reading, writing, and analyses. Thereby ensuring a future in whichever field you choose to embark one.
Patience and individual attention enable confidence to grow and children to achieve. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English, Maths and Science and entrance exams including the Kent Test. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I enjoy teaching and enabling students to communicate effectively and to use English with confidence: to write and say what they mean and mean what they write and say. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English Language to GCSE and English Literature to all levels up to university entrance. - Tell me about your qualifications.
As an experienced, successful and sensitive primary school teacher, I strive to develop confidence in my pupils to enable them to reach their full potential. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mostly, I teach literacy and numeracy throughout Key Stage 2; my experience ranges from working with children who have special educational needs to those deemed gifted and talented.
I am an Early years lecturer and Beauty lecturer and have experience of working in the early years for 15 years. Further to this I am a Beauty lecturer and have experience of running two successful businesses in Nail and beauty treatments. I have been Teaching in FE for nearly two years. I specialise in one to one or group sessions with small class sizes.
Essentially building confidence in exploration of language and spelling as well as sentence building. Looking at creating different types of writing and developing fluency.Commenting, listening to and discussing various styles of reading texts including poetry. Appreciation and response.
I am an English specialist with a profound knowledge of both Language and Literature and a detailed knowledge of the requirements for all the major exam boards for GCSE, IGCSE, IB and A-levels. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English - Tell me about your qualifications. I have an M.A.
Personalised learning is the key to success and my reason for moving into SEN teaching as it allows for a more personalised and individualised curriculum.
I am a student in year 13 doing business studies. In my GCSE's I studied Triple Science, achieving 3 A's in biology and ABB overall. I also did English Literature and achieved an A. I improved my grades from E-D to A-B using elaborate but free methods of revising, and it would be my pleasure to pass on my knowledge of achieving high grades to other GCSE students.
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