I am patient, I feel like a learning environment should be stress-free and not harsh. I did A-Level Psychology specifically so I understood the cognition of a child and the way they remember and learn so I could reflect this when I become a teacher and when I tutor.
I can help guide primary aged children to secondary aged. Enthusastic about the English wording form old to present.
I approach each topic by developing my own knowledge so that I am confident in what I am teaching. I will work alongside the student supporting them and training their brain to find, interpret and confidently answer any questions themself in an exam situation.
I am a qualified primary school teacher with experience of teaching children in all ages. I have taught in Year 2 for 7 years and have strong experience in preparing children for KS1 SAT's tests and in passing the end of KS1 phonics screening. I believe that it is essential for children to have confidence and a high self esteem in order to thrive in school.
Initially I began by helping students with reading competence, but progressed to providing tailored lessons to both GCSE and A level students in English Literature, English Language and Sociology. My methodology consists of a discussion and follow on sheets.
Firstly, I think the most important part of being a tutor is developing a good relationship with the student. In the first lesson, i focus on the individual students areas of weakness and gain a better understanding of what it is, that they want to achieve- also, the first lesson is free.
I'm happy to give lessons to other college students and to high school students. I'll first help you in what you don't understand and try to also include knowledge that I know so that you also learn other things that might help you in the future.
Teachers are under an awful amount of pressure in today's society and unfortunately children are not given enough time to practise basic skills such as the 4 rules in maths or the simplest of tasks such as writing a simple sentence. When I tutor a child, I begin by assessing what is needed and take it from there.
The teaching methods that I apply depend on the students. My approach is student-centered and I develop lessons and tutorials based upon the learning needs of the student(s) I am working with. I use diverse teaching approaches and use a range of learning materials including digital, visual and audio.
I have a child centred approach, with a strong belief in each student learning through a range of methods that are best suited to them. It’s important to stretch pupils so they are successful and feel positive with their learning.
I aim to deliver bespoke and individualised sessions that focus on particular areas of development and improvement. I have access to a wide range of effective resources, and look to utilise these wherever possible. I am able to develop both a friendly and productive learning environment, conducive to successful results.
My teaching method is completely dependant on the student as everyone learns differently. I believe in learning through practice and so independent study is also important. I feel as though I am very supportive and enjoy seeing other people succeed.
I tailor my classes to create a model which best fits the student. I make the lessons as fun, enganaging and practical as possible as I believe this is what truly helps you to learn and retain information.
- Classes Standard Membership - - Up to 2 tuition sessions per week. - Mapped to the National Curriculum. - A maths and English course created for your child's individual needs. - Parent feedback at the end of every session. - Regular in-depth Parent Meetings to discuss your child's progress. - No booking required - attend at any time during our opening hours.
My teaching style is often unconventional, but works. I like to adjust to the student however my basic principles remain the same. Addressing the key points, practice papers and keeping it interesting is everything. I take inspiration from my own experience and I know that students learn best in relaxed environments, so that is what I aim to create.
Hello. My name is Darren Elway and I am a 45 year old English proofreader and tutor with 17 years' teaching experience and 6 years' proofreading experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English from early primary (KS1) right through to and including GCSE. I teach Creative Writing, Adult ESOL and Literacy to most levels (Entry 1 up to and including Level 2).
I'm a 18 year old student currently finishing my A Levels and preparing to go to uni next September. My lesson structure is based off what the student is interested in and what keeps them engaged and learning. I'm quite calm and patient, and willing to go over things multiple times until the student understands the content.
58 year old family man and Supply Teacher offers coaching in Creative Writing skills to all levels. I am a songwriter and musician and I write short stories and some poems. I teach by example; I encourage and cajole and nurture your talent. Open yourself up, show courage, and find a worldwide audience at your fingertips.
My approach is a mixture of creativity, blended with tasks of real purpose, that are memorable for the child. I strongly believe that the child is far more likely to succeed, at learning a new skill set, when given tasks of real purpose and with a creative hook attached.
I am a GCSE English Literature graduate who will tutor GCSE students and lower levels in English Literature. I work one on one or one on three to provide exam prep knowledge. I am also able to show different techniques to remember quotes and key events of the pieces of Literature you are studying.
I give one-to-one lessons to school-age students up to GCSE level. My approach will be to consult my student on what they are studying and where they are struggling, and tailor my session-plans and contents to the needs of each individual. Sessions will typically last one to two hours, and will be directed for the most part by what the student needs or is having problems with.
I am an inspirational and cheerful teacher who teaches a range of subjects such as Spanish, Maths, Digital Publishing and Employability Skills as well as the specialist areas of Creative Writing, English, Art and Art History. I am told that my lessons are interesting and fun whilst learners achieve and succeed.
I currently teach full time at a grammar school for boys. I have taught all abilities and SEND students. I am able to adapt my teaching methods to my student's needs. I enjoy teaching English and hope to share this.
My name is Ajeel Muzaffar and I am 19 years of age. I teach at Primary school level with on-going experience.
I have experience and very good pass rate for children gaining a place in grammar schools. I am a mother who's four children have gone to grammar school with my help. I give lessons to children wanting to sit the 11 plus test in my home. I give 1 to 1 tutoring.
I work closely with my students to create a bespoke learning strategy that stretches and develops their abilities. By listening to students’ needs I am able to provide detailed and interesting lessons that build self esteem and raise attainment. I teach English language and literature with the use of resources that are provided for students and can be kept for future reference when revising.
I try to prepare interesting lessons to suit the individual or class . I am patients and try to explain issues well. I am enthusiastic and encourage students to read more.
Please accept this information and my CV for your reference with regards to my teaching experience for a Primary or Secondary tutoring post at Key Stage 1 & Key Stage 2 – UK National Curriculum - PYP & MYP- CPP. I would also consider an applicable Secondary tutoring role relevant to my teaching experience – English and Humanities up to Key Stage 3.
I am a very experienced tutor of English (GCSE) and English Literature (to A Level), dramatic writing (in all media), philosophy. I am enthusiastic about sharing my knowledge and helping you to maximise your potential. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I tutor English GCSE, English literature, creative writing (drama), and Philosophy.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English, with emphasis on the technical and sensory aspects, particularly suited to students struggling with literacy or diagnosed with specific learning difficulties. I also teach Mathematics, including forces, vectors and trigonometry. - How much do you charge? I charge £15-£16 per hour, plus travel costs for journeys of over twenty minutes each way.
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