Since retiring from teaching four years ago, I have given tutorial support to a variety of children, covering Key Stages 1-3. The overall nature of the support I have provided has involved getting the pupils going in English or Maths. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I can teach all subjects in Key Stages 1 & 2, but have specialised in English and History in Key Stage 3.
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I am currently enrolled in my Masters at the University of Sussex. My course is MA Creative and Critical Writing. I am here to help in any way regarding your exams, homework, and additional work and exercises.
I am an adaptable, enthusiastic and passionate teacher. At first I work with my students to establish their goals, and then make a rigorous plan that will allow them to achieve it. Likewise I observe the mannerisms and how my students respond to my teaching, and constantly adapt my style for a more engaging experience.
I believe (and my experience supports this) that anyone can 'do' English, no matter what they have experienced at school, or been told by teachers. For children at GCSE age and younger understanding and enjoying English is a matter of confidence and accessing the curriculum in a way which suits their needs and interests. Teaching well is all about positive communication.
My teaching methods change depending on who I am teaching. For example, when teaching school pupils I tend to follow their school's curriculum in order to provide a useful and practical service that benefits them the most. I give lessons to anyone studying for GCSE, A Level or anything else under a degree level. These are always 1-1 sessions, that go over current lessons in greater detail.
My teaching method is one-on-one, patient and fun exercises in order to help retain facts and knowledge and develop methods that suit each individual in doing so.
Hi, I'm Karen, a level 5 SpLD qualified dyslexia practitioner offering one to one tuition for children of all ages with dyslexia, dyscalculia or dyslexic tendencies. I have a dedicated classroom or can travel to your home.
My teaching method is small groups of maximum 10. Giving group lectures and emphasising the benefits of individual needs within the group dynamics. I can give lessons to smaller groups as the need arises.
I’m a university student studying criminology, with a passion for English and literature. I also have an a-level in English Language and Literature and often study in my free time. I’m offering help to younger people who may experience difficulties with English as a subject or just need a little extra push to reach their goal! I’m excited to share my passion with others.
I am passionate about literature and teaching, and believe strongly in helping my students uncover the subject rather than trying to cram knowledge into them. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all aspects of English literature, from A level to postgraduate, concentrating on essay crafting, writing styles, editing, research methodology and close reading.
I go chapter by chapter, I don't spoon feed, rather I teach my students to be more self sufficient and independent
I am a native from France(with a degree) and lived in the UK for the last 13 years. in the past few years I have concentrated in teaching my native language with people from many origins, doing one-to-ones, working with groups, teaching online and face-to-face. I love people who work hard to achieve what they want, they are the best students.
Hi, I am Claudia! I am a student of English Literature at the University of Brighton, and I really do love teaching and working with students! The teaching of Academic English can deeply vary according to the decisions of the teacher. However, as English Literature is my passion, I love to focus on close analysis of the texts and the authors.
My teaching meth is unique because it works.
I always start my lessons with a smile, and some music. The most important consideration to be made when learning anything about the English language is the scope and context of what you are studying. No lesson should be longer than half an hour before a break is to be provided, in order to re-wire the brain into learning the maximum capacity it can.
I am in my penultimate year studying English Language and Linguistics and will help pupils to gain a greater understanding of the English Language. My area of studies are in History of English, English Grammar, Phonology and Linguistics. I will give advice on academic studies to help you better your own knowledge.
I believe it is important to tailor my lessons to the individual as we all like to learn in different ways. Dialogue and discussion is vital to an enjoyable session as opposed to endless writing down of ideas. I am happy to explain basic reading techniques and then develop these as we progress.
- Lessons tailored to the individual tutee’s needs - Focus on writing and reading skills, as well as encouraging a comprehension of the texts offered on the curriculum - Challenging and Interactive learning
I give lessons to student sin Primary Secondary and doing GCSE. I would first and most importantly build a relationship with my students and help them understand and acknowledge their strengths. On the other hand, figure out ways to manipulate through the weaknesses in order to tackle all sectors.
I am very much a believer in student-led teaching. I don't use talk and chalk. I use some technology in my teaching and produce quite a few worksheets to aid learning. I expect students to complete tasks and bring them to class in preparation for the next step.
I am a 20-year-old university student studying English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Surrey. My approach to tutoring is to tailor and structure my lessons to my student's needs.
During my time as a tutor, I have invested time and effort into making sure that my lessons are creative, fun and ultimately interesting. I strive to ensure that my pupils want to learn what I'm teaching them and I believe creating an enthusiastic and creative environment will help them to enjoy and achieve.
I teach ESL through full immersion & conversation. I have taught to recent immigrants in the U.S. for two years and abroad in Niger, Georgia, and Taiwan to all ages and skill levels. I specialize in essay writing and applications.
I am available to tutor through essay and report structure, vocabulary, proof reading and exam preparation for ages 13 and above. Regarding degree and dissertation aid, most are within my range. I have tutored and aiding assignment writing in all humanities subjects, pharmacology, nursing, business and economics.
I am a friendly, approachable teacher. I base my teaching from relevant research and from my own experience as a teacher and 1:1 tutor. I often bring my own resources to lessons and exemplar student work to aid my students in their learning.
I am a secondary teacher of English/Literature and qualified SENDCo. I have extensive experience teaching key stage 3/4 and 5. I am on the Leadership team of an excellent secondary school and specialise in teaching challenging students in inventive ways. I use active learning and link texts to interests e.g. Lego for Shakespeare.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English Language and English Literature to children of all ages. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have 10 GSCE's all C and above, including Maths, English and Science, with double A's in English. I have B grades at A-Level in both English Language and English Literature. I'm currently doing a degree in English Language and English Literature.
- Classes Classes run on a 'drop in' basis and parents should allow 30 minutes per subject. The children will be given homework to complete daily, which should take between 10 and 20 minutes per day. Fresh coffee is available, free of charge, for the parents waiting for their children while in class.
My teaching method is fun! Learning through games is the best way to learn, it helps you remember better. I like to start my lessons with a quick recap of the previous week and then get straight down to the work that needs doing in a fun, simple way. I will also send you ways to revise and the best methods to learning things.
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