- All ages and all levels are welcome. -I use practical skills to assess/support learners from all over the world. - Never boring, my lessons are enjoyable and interactive.
I plan my lessons with the aim of keeping my students as engaged as they can be. For me, perhaps the most important aspect is my rapport with the student. Without that, they simply cannot gain the most out of their learning experiences. My lessons are planned with 2 main developments, with the second linking to learning/ teaching from the first.
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.
My priority is to ensure students gain confidence in their abilities. Maintaining a varied lesson using multiple skill areas is most effective. Application of real world scenarios and role plays ensures a light and easy learning experience. In addition, tailoring the content to required learning needs and preferences of the client.
The focus of my tuition sessions is always on the student: What are their needs and goals? What is the best way for us to achieve them? How can I craft an experience that they will enjoy whilst giving us the outcomes that we want? I believe that all teaching is a collaboration between both student and teacher.
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 would be giving lessons to students at a level of SATs or GCSE level in the subject of English Literature, from any background or characteristics. I am open to teaching and helping any student with their studies. My first method of teaching would to meet the student and see how they best work with their studies. All students are different and different methods work for different students.
I've been an English language teacher and teacher trainer for 20 years. For the past 14 years, I held the position of Senior Lecturer in TESOL at a British University. I am now self-employed and support the success of home and international students.
My teaching method will be informal, friendly, yet professional in order to achieve maximum co-operation with my students. I come from a family with previous experience within private tuition for young students - Primary to Secondary School so I am confident that I would be able to offer a high-standard experience with promising results.
As English is based on a subjective system (there aren't any particular right or wrong answers) I prefer to assess the student's current technique, talk about what they think could be better and the aim is to find easy quick ways (that they will remember!) to pick up marks throughout the papers. Then, to implement these in various tasks and essays is essential.
I am a hands on learner and tutor and am a big believer in understanding each students unique learning styles and creating a study plan that best suits them. For creative writing tutoring, I begin with small things such as helping expand imagination and ideas before moving to the more practical and formal skills.
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.
My teaching method utilises my own handouts to help with concentration and fun. I class myself as an immersive tutor who will tailor my lessons to each individual so they can get the most out of each lesson. I am willing to put the work in to help each tutee gain exactly what they want from the lessons.
As a result of my study of English Literature, English Language and Philosophy at A Level, I am suitably qualified to teach English at both GCSE and A Level. I am both a driven and diligent individual; my meticulous approach to work and studies alike indicates a readiness for perseverance.
My teaching methodology is offering both 30 to 1 hour lessons, catering each lesson to the pupils individual needs within a subject area. An initial assessment lesson will be required at a reduced rate to understand what planning and preparation is required within each lesson.
My teaching method can be seen as laid back, once tasks have been assigned, I allow the student to lead the session so to know what the student knows, but offer insights where I see necessary as it’s important for the student to not be overloaded with information in order to process things better.
I believe that the most important thing in a classroom environment is communication. Within my tutoring sessions there will be a lot of communication which will hide the fact you are learning behind a wall which is more "fun". In other words, my main teaching methodology is making learning interesting.
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.
I have taught both online and offline, I teach pupils I teach them grammar and vocabulary I also offer oral English to my student for better understanding question and answer period also important for quick understanding.
To achieve top marks in English I have realised how important it is to take things one step at a time, my aim is always to focus on specific parts that you need to improve and attack it from different angles to ensure that you have learnt it in a way that you will not forget, training your brain in certain ways make it so much easier to take in a lot of information yet still be able to put it...
I have a lot of experience with academic study; I got 3 As at A level in History, Philosophy and English Literature, and studied Law for 2 years. I give lessons to primary, secondary, GCSE and AS and A Level.
I like to work through the GCSE topics and questions one at a time, alternating between those a students finds to be their strengths, and those that they are weaker in, to help give some balance to the tutoring.
Having achieved an A* in both English Language and Literature GCSE, I have a great understanding of what it takes for a student to learn how to get top grades. I am currently studying law at A level which allows me to use my essay skills to a higher degree which comes useful when teaching high school students.
I believe that one of the bests ways to learn is by actively engaging in the activity. These lessons will be formatted as casual conversations with gentle correction if desired. They are perfect for anyone who already speaks English or is still learning the language.
I assess each student individually in ENGLISH MATHS ICT and teach them from that level & progress at their speed to build their confidence. I like to build trust with my students & I also cater for DYSLEXIA, DYSPRAXIA & DYSCALCULIA. Out of school children welcomed. DBS cleared.
My teaching method is mainly practical activities that engage learner but that are also fun to use! The use of videos as a stimulus and engaging activities allow people to learn in a fun way that they find fun yet challenging. I will mainly focus on helping you decode words and phonetics to help read, and comprehensions to help decode and understand texts that may be used in tests.
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 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.
My primary teaching method is through practice questions and feedback. For example, prior to answering question, I would give advice on possible routes you could go down and how to attain the highest marks in a question like this. Then I would give a question, set a time limit to answer it and then read over and give feedback on how to improve.
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.
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