My teaching method will depend on what you would like to achieve. If you are looking to start learning English then I will send you a short test, so that I can structure your lesson plan accordingly. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me. I provide activities to do for homework, which I will then provide feedback on if it is returned before your next lesson.
I am flexible in teaching styles and can personalise teaching methods to fit individual student's requirements. Depending upon the subject required, I can strengthen weaker areas and help them to perform well. I can give lessons in person and over Skype too, if preferred.
I am an experienced teacher qualified to teach children with Specific Learning Difficulties/Dyslexia. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I am a qualified dyslexia teacher. I also provide tuition support for phonics, reading, literacy, study skills, primary maths and handwriting, and teacher's assessments to devise or review a teaching programme.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English and Maths KS2-GCSE, as well as the 11+, 13+ and SATS exams. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have studied BA English with Sociology, FDA and Ba Hons Graphic Design. I have been tutoring for the past 8 years and have previously worked for 3 years in an Independent School. I will be completing a PGCE in September 2009.
I normally prefer to use handouts and presentations during my lessons.
The most important and influential duty of a tutor is to work one-on-one with students to teach and guide them through homework assignments and test preparation based on their individual needs.
I present the area to be covered in the session, the 'Tutee' produces their work and practices their skills, improving their accuracy and increasing speed. I use visual/audio/kinesthetic teaching techniques.
- Classes Students attend the centre once a week for approximately 30 minutes per subject. During this time, centre staff observe students completing their work and offer guidance, advice and praise. Before leaving with their homework, students will receive feedback on their progress and current targets.
I'm an Australian-Chinese international second-year undergraduate student studying English & American Literature at Royal Holloway, University of London. I have a consistent high second class and first class grade in Renaissance, Victorian, Contemporary, Satirical and American literature and poetry. I have a 8.
I tailor my teaching based on how each student learns. I incorporate visuals and make learning enjoyable. Learning should not have to be boring. Rather, during the first session I will gage how each student prefers to learn and create a detailed, engaging and fun lesson plan that will benefit the student both intellectually and emotionally.
I give lessons to secondary school-aged students, primarily those studying their GCSEs, AS Levels and A Levels. I would also be more than happy to read Personal Statements and / or CVs and Cover Letters from similarly-aged students, and then give detailed feedback on the work.
I like to teach using a discussion based scheme. Though I am a huge fan of the IB way of teaching, my personal aim is for you to learn without it feeling like work. English and writing are just part of your communication skills and does not have to feel heavy. Having fun with your work will coerce you to succeed, and make you feel smarter and more confident than you ever thought you could! P.
I am an English as a Foreign Language teacher who has practise tutoring young children and teens to read and explore texts up to GCSE native level. From beginner to native. I love reading, and talking about the texts we read.
I am biomedical science undergraduate student. Tutouring secondary school students in English and Biology. In terms of lesson structure I tend to focus on the content and then do exam style questions to solidify learning . It's also based on what you as an individual needs most help with.
Hi there! I'm doing PhD Research at the University of London. My BA is in English and my MA in Creative Writing. I have a broad experience in teaching.
Hi! I'm a BA Politics, International Relations & Philosophy student at Royal Holloway, University of London. I came to the UK to do my A Levels (ABB, A in English Literature) on a scholarship due to my good IGCSE grades (including A*s in English Language and Literature). I give lessons to GCSE and Secondary School students doing humanities-based subjects, such as English Literature and History.
I'm an enthusiastic and friendly Oxford graduate studying for a Master's at Royal Holloway. I'm happy to help with all manner and levels of music theory/GCSE/A level/IB enquiries, as well as English and general academic writing skills up to A level, and I always treat my students with patience and respect.
My teaching method is to make learning the boring stuff fun through games and fun activities. I also have a passion for active learning so I would defiantly make sure it's not just all notes and listening but also doing.
My teaching method includes one to one as well as group work. It varies depending on the student needs and how the student best likes to learn.
My teaching method for tutoring will to focus on the red (worse) areas of a student in the subject and use the information gained from that to stucture the lessons, initially I will look to cover all basis and focus extra on these red areas.
My teaching method is based around hands-on discussion, effective examples, and useful mnemonic devices and analogies to hone in on needed skills and requirements.
I engage students in a very critical and creative process and make sessions very much interactive with individual feedback afterwards.
I am a mature mother of 4 children - 3 girls and 1 boy. I am a 2015 DBS checked, qualified, hugely experienced and successful teacher of English Language and Literature - oh, and modest with it! - Which subject(s) do you teach? English tuition for age groups 5-16yrs. - Tell me about your qualifications. Certificate of Education with Distinction in the practice of Education.
I am an enthusiastic, young tutor that really does have the best interests of my students at heart! I love helping students to produce work that they can be proud of. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I focus mainly on the core subjects: English, Mathematics and Science. I teach secondary school age children, with the exception that I can also tutor for the 11+ exam.
Keep trying until you we analyze a pattern in behaviour, make the relevant changes and work hard towards the goal.
I like to do engaging activities with kids and work hard to ensure that everybody has a good and productive time when I`m tutoring. I tutor students up to GCSE level and use a lesson structure whereby we identify issues and then work on them.
I identify which topics my students do not understand by going through the checklist and then teaching that topic which they will be tested on to review progress.
My teaching method is based on the student themselves.
Parents say I have really given their children confidence and made a big difference. One mother has just emailed to say her son always comes home happy and confident after his lesson - Which subject(s) do you teach? French, Italian, Religious Studies including Philosophy and Ethics, German, English. I am an examiner for RS for OCR. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I base my classes on the syllabus the student is studying so AQA, Edexcel etc. We practice past papers as well as look at techniques to help them ace their exams. I have a good understanding of books on the syllabus so we select quotations to learn for unseen exams.
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