Hi, I'm a fully qualified native English teacher originally from Bristol. I give a wide range of English lessons from essay writing guidance, exam prep (GCSE, FCE, IELTS), proofreading and business English. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English language, for native speakers, with an emphasis on English Literature, Drama, Cultural Studies, and Sociology.
Personally, I would consider myself as a visual learner, but I have experience in teaching my peers how to revise effectively and as such can adapt my teaching method to whichever way suits my students. If you know what school of learning suits you best we can take it from there regardless of your ability or confidence in the subject.
My teaching methodology, sorry to sound terrible again but, (yes, there's the big "but") I have no previous teaching experience, with adults, although, throughout my life, I have always wanted to help others and will try my hardest to meet to your needs as best I can. If it does not work out for you then it will be a learning curb for us both, free of charge.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? - English Language - IELTs - GCSE English - A-level English - A-level Philosophy - Essay Writing - Proofreading - Tell me about your qualifications. BA in English and Philosophy from Bristol University (1st class honours) CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) from Cambridge University. - How much do you charge? £20 per hour.
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 aim to tailor my tutoring to my students, concentrating on issues that each student struggles with in their formal education and using a variety of exercises to suit individual learning styles. I want to create an ongoing dialogue with my students, to encourage interest in the subject alongside academic proficiency without condescension.
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.
My teaching method varies depending on the client and their needs. I base my classes on the clients requests and I approach each topic step by step, ensuring the individual understands the topic completely and comfortably.
My teaching method is positive reinforcement on self-learning, I assist via prompting questions and encouraging independent learning by giving the tools and then catering the approach to the student, some students will very independently jump to an answer when given the materials, others need to be shown and others know answers but struggle with their methodology.
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.
I tutor English and Maths to primary and secondary school pupils, tailoring my methods to the individual. Located opposite Clifton College, I work with students (and their families) to identify learning goals and then create a relaxed and productive environment to help them achieve. I have a basic DBS certificate (but full CRB checks can only be requested by employers).
A law student at the University of Bristol offering private tutoring lessons for primary level/GCSE/AS/A level English literature. I achieved A* in my A-level English Literature and am familiar with the content and texts of the current syllabus.
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.
I am calm and patient and encourage students to explore so that they can reach their full potential. I use a variety of writing exercises I've learned through my MA and other writing courses. Lessons will be fun and freeing.
My teaching method generally involves lecturing with specific examples and real world application, attempting to enchants understanding in the student by having them repeat conceptual information back in their own words. I am a firm believer that deep conceptual understanding leads to better grades than rote learning.
I focus on the individual and their strengths and weaknesses. Adjusting the pace, improving concentration and enjoyment in doing something the student is struggling with. I am really easygoing but know how to get stuff done- together we can improve your English skills.
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.
I am an experienced teacher, and really enjoy teaching young children especially. I use elements of the Suzuki method when teaching children up to the age of 6, always using a personalised approach. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach violin to beginner and intermediate students, beginning at age 8 when teaching online. I also teach modern Greek from complete beginner to advanced levels.
My friendly approach entails maximum engagement and depends on the student's needs and learning style, working to facilitate their independence
I provide a service to a wide range of students; from primary through to A-Level standard, teaching in a fair environment where the student is involved in various ways - presentation giving, reading as a group or game-playing.
After completing my A' Levels to a high level, I joined the University of Bristol with the view to continuing my academic success. Too often in schools, the teacher is perceived to be the only source of contact needed for students, but from having tutors myself, the skills and independence they bring is invaluable.
I am able to give lessons to those studying for their GCSEs and A Levels and am more than happy to fully familiarise myself with any set texts. I prefer to teach using a method of guided discussion, in which the student may reach conclusion regarding their work themselves, with a degree of assistance.
I am a very organised and enthusiastic individual. I like to think that because I am a student myself, I can teach children relevant skills in a way which is enjoyable and clear. I would come to each lesson with a plan of what to practise - in order to hone their skills with relevance to their personal goals.
My teaching method is based around assessing the needs of the individual student. These would depend upon their stage in school, their specific difficulties, strengths and weaknesses, interests and so on.
My teaching methodology can be characterised by the following: fun, patient, custom. I do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. For example, for children with a lot of extra energy at the end of the day, I will often have them do some star jumps midway through a session; but children who are already quite tired, I will engage them in more fun activities or active ways of learning.
My teaching method is always tailored to my specific students, along with what they would like to achieve.
I’m an excellent and experienced English tutor who can support from KS2-A level. I also offer UCAS help and CVs, covering letters and functional skills.
My central aim as a tutor is to point out the range and depth of interest that English or Psychology can deliver: you learn in your own way as your intrinsic engagement with the subject is enhanced. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I provide tuition in GCSE and A-Level English, and, GCSE and A-Level Psychology and University Level Educational Studies; also, I teach Study Skills and Essay Writing.
Having completed a PGCE in English at Secondary level, I am able to offer lessons to anyone who needs support in maximising their results in English Language and/or English Literature. I have also taught English as a Foreign Language, Business English and Conversational English for many years, so can assist anyone who wants to improve their English skills and build their confidence.
Hello. My name is Olivia Cooke and I am currently reading English (BA) at the University of Bristol. I tutor to GCSE and A-Level standard in English Literature and Language. Having tutored secondary school students before coming to university, I have the experience and skills needed to assist any student with a particular requirement concerning English.
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