When aiding pupils in any manner, I completely adhere to a policy of personalisation to ensure any activities are suited to the needs of the pupil.
I am a tutor and proofreader. I primarily tutor in the North-East of England. I am prepared to take on students of any disposition, from the nervous and struggling type to the confident and capable type.
I'm a first class honours student offering tuition to primary level students, from 5 through to 11. I use motivating, engaging lessons which are adaptable to each child. From developing phonics stories for each students interest to creating physical activities to engage the most fidgety of learners.
I am a student of Master's in Creative Writing at Northumbria University with a Bachelor's degree in English Literature from India. I give lessons in English, grammar, reading, writing and Literature. My lesson structure is generally simple and precise with instructions about grammar and writing techniques.
I believe each student is different and thus I utilize different methods for each individual. Everything comes with practice, experience and confidence.
I tailor each lesson I give to each individual. I recognise that everyone learns differently and would spend at least one lesson getting to know how you learn. That being said I like to encourage discussion and questions within my lessons.
I explore each individual students strengths and weaknesses in my field of study and learn which method best supports their learning needs. I frequently do tests to see how far the student is coming along and focus on areas where they need improvement.
My name's Will and I've been studying English Literature exclusively for the last three years at University. I'm able to tutor any student at any stage, and hope to foster a love of reading - it's a simple truth, but the more we read, the better our skills at analysing become. My lesson structure will vary depending on who I am tutoring, but there'll be a good deal of discussion.
My teaching methodology is in relation with the characteristics of the student and the type of learning it is supposed to bring about. I base my classes on actually learning to use the language in realife cituations . I approach each topic by using interesting and relatable content.
Every text has context and without context, it is not possible to understand a piece of literary work. In my method of teaching, I aim to make the subject as interesting for the student as my professors had made it for me.
I believe that every individual has a different way of learning and it is important to orientate my teaching style around the needs of the individual. When teaching poetry, for instance, a visual learner will learn through the imagery projected within the writing whereas an aural learner will learn more through the examination of metre and pentameter as well as the rhythm of the linguistics.
I have a warm, down-to-earth approach to teaching. Through my experience as a tutor, I have found that a good rapport between student and teacher is a vital part of making learning enjoyable and accessible.
The best approach to teaching is establishing clear communication between myself and the student in a relaxed atmosphere where there is no such thing as a stupid question. Repetition is the key to learning what I offer and I will be here to guide you every step of the way until you've mastered the skills you need.
My teaching method is focusing upon difficulties within learning and breaking them apart to make them easier to understand and know. Although we may branch out further, my aim will be to tie everything back together so it is understood fully.
I will create an environment which is hands on. Individuals will have different learning styles. I find the best style is encouraging independent thinking and problem solving as well as active approaches and discussions.
I would like to teach young people about English Language and how it works in the world around us. I would be best teaching at a GCSE level or below however I am in my second year at A level so I am not restricted in this field.
I teach English and I give lessons to primary school kids who are struggling with English, especially the ones who are struggling with pronunciation and perhaps reading as well. The way how I would teach is that I would go through each step one by one and make sure that the student understands what to do. As a tutor, I will try and help the student as much as I can and support them all the way.
I believe that students learn best when they are enjoying their lesson; therefore I always try and make my lessons fun and engaging, as well as including colour and creativity. I focus my lessons around what students struggle with, rather than revisiting things they are already confident in.
I believe English is a great subject to learn through tutoring because it's about interpretation, and each person does that individually. The starting place is understanding how each of my students currently interacts with their work, and then creating a personal plan that works to their strengths, based on the relevant mark schemes and the demands of the exam board.
I am a skilled and experienced qualified teacher, with more than thirty years experience. I enjoy the opportunity to work with individual children or adults, tailoring a learning programme to meet each student's very specific needs. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Literacy, English (KS2 and KS3), and GCSE English Language and Literature.
My reaching method would be using videos and music to learn through as this is a more fun and memorable learning experience for an individual. At the same tine, every student is different so on the first class i have 5-10 mins individual time with the student to see and find a way that'd suit his or her abilities.
My teaching method involves starting from the basics, explaining with real life examples, enabling students to question the examples. I prefer a more interactive environment and simple communication.
How the sessions will work: - First of course we need to establish what needs done: whether that's actual understanding of content, polishing essay skills, understanding how your course works, or drilling down on concrete revision methodology thats going to work for YOU. - It's all about them: figuring out how they learn and their exact problem areas.
I have a bachelors degree in English language, Masters in English Language and linguistics and PhD in Linguistics and English Language. I have taught secondary school students English language for 10 years, then I taught the use of English and introduction to phonetics and phonology to undergraduate university students.
My teaching method is basically based around the type of person that needs to be taught. Classes would revolve around areas that the pupil would be struggling with; basically catering to the pupils needs.
Interactive, engaging, interesting with clear goals. I give support through feedback and follow up activities when desired.
Personally, it took me years to find what method worked for me so I like to test different methods such as more active ones or plain and simple copying it out.
I treat each child as an individual. I tailor the teaching to their level of concentration and their interests. I believe in learning facts and skills and use repetition to build skills over time, introducing new content at the child's pace.
I am an undergraduate English Language and Linguistics student with experience in teaching classes and small groups of students through relaxed but focused methods of teaching. As someone who needed tutoring, I understand the needs of an individual student and know that lessons need to be interesting for a student to learn.
I am an enthusiastic student myself and I usually tutor both young children and teenagers getting ready to sit their GCSE exams.
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