I aim to teach 11+ My method is to listen and understand your ideas and assist in shaping them to your work, Similarly if this is exam preparation i aim to show what techniques are needed in order to analyse a text. I can read assignments, mark and grade them as drafts so we can aim to understand what needs improving.
I have taught from KS1 - KS5 and believe that English is fundamental to the further learning and development of both children and teenagers.
I believe that every student learns in a unique way, and that is why I wish to tailor my teaching method to each individual I tutor. I value interactive tasks which engage students and make them passionate about what they are learning. I can supply worksheets, games, or simply just talk through a tutorial.
Lessons will be structured around the text that complements the students' lessons at school, with aides to help them achieved a good grade in their exams. My teaching style would involve purchasing workbooks working through these books with them. I would also find helpful online aides and the use of websites such as BBC bitesize.
Coaching, not teaching! I believe in empowering the learner, regardless of subject matter, so s/he can master any challenge in regard to English / American literature or writing, speaking, and grammar. I have received teaching awards and have "converted" literature-haters to writing poets in just one summer course...
I am an A Level Grammar student available to tutor students from Primary to GCSE age. I received As in both English Literature and English Language at GCSE and am targeted to receive an A in my English Literature A Level. I am a calm but informative individual- used to being around and teaching children of all ages.
classes are tailored for each individual student, be it a beginner to advanced. I speak with a BBC London accent. I have a set of IELTS books & can also teach English as it is spoken (colloquial & slang) if the student is coming to the UK to live or study.
I believe children learn when they are confident, feel safe and are successful. Most pupils have a one hour lesson, usually given in my home where I provide an environment for children to be effective, enthusiastic learners, preparing for their life in future society.
Functional skills are essential skills needed for Maths, English and ICT these are vital skills for young people and adults to participate in life, learning and work. My methods involve teaching the three parts to English - speaking and listening, reading and writing, covering spelling, grammar and punctuation.
Critical thinking Communication (discussion) I aim to encourage pupils to ask questions when having any doubts. I usually ask some questions when getting into the practical tasks.
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.
My approach varies dependent on the student. I enjoy teaching creatively, using drawings and images as well as more academically, using simple deconstruction of language.
My teaching method is what I call "the natural approach" as I strongly believe students learn best informally while having fun but I am also very flexible. I like to tailor my lessons to best fit my students' needs and I have a wide range of experience that helps me to build rapport with my learners.
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.
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 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 will tailor my tutoring approach to you, according to your individual aims and target grades. I will ask for as much information as possible about your curriculum or course material, current and predicted grades, and aspects of the course which you are enjoying as well as those which are currently more challenging.
I can tutor up to A level English Literature and up to grade 6 clarinet as well as beginners piano. I teach in an informal style so that the people I work with enjoy lessons and can work at their own pace, giving structure to younger students through objectives and reflection.
I strongly believe that a if a student fully understands the their material, and what is required of them, they can't go wrong. In English, there is no wrong answer, so I would teach them to draw their own conclusions, as opposed to just leading them to what I think the answer is.
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 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.
I focus on building on what students already know and improving self-esteem. This involves working on what students believe they’re good at doing and then working together to overcome barriers that may be preventing students from achieving better understanding of the subject matter.
I will try and follow the school curriculum closely, mainly focusing on the work the student is currently undertaking.
I approach my topics in a way that is personable and relevant to each individual student. I choose to assess their level of confidence and what they hope to achieve by asking questions and thoughtfully listening. In addition to this, I prefer to review some of their past work in order to gain a better picture of where their skills currently lie, and where we may work together to improve them.
My teaching method would be interactive and fun, with a main focus on discussion and debate rather than just lecturing.
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.
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