Friendly and approachable, I specialise in teaching KS3 English, GCSE English and GCSE English Literature. I teach from home in the centre of Ashford, Kent, where I live with my husband, two youngest children (born 2002 and 2009) and my dog, Sally.
We have extensive experience in delivering high quality teaching to enable each child to learn effectively. We are teachers who have over 20 years teaching experience and know how to ensure children can make progress. - Which subject(s) do you teach? We can teach 11+ skills, Non verbal reasoning, Verbal reasoning, mathematics and English. We can also teach GCSE Maths and Science.
I start by establishing your knowledge of the chosen text and will then help you know what to write about and then I will help you with writing the paragraphs.
23 year old English enthusiast available online at all times will make a plan with you to begin with and work with one another to see what methods will work.
I enjoy helping students build their confidence and find success by developing their knowledge and improving technique. To achieve that I check the level they are working at and develop a programme of lessons to suit. I break the course up into manageable topics and build understanding week on week with regular review questions to check on progress. I use the latest and best study materials.
I am a fully qualified ILEX Legal Secretary proficient in Proof reading, Clerical and Administrative sectors as well as AS Level Law, giving lessons for students in Primary and Secondary schools, assisting with basic and intermediate English as well as GCSE standards. I also assist college students undertaking English, Legal Secretary, Law, Administrative and Clerical Courses.
I am a qualified Primary teacher working in Kent, UK. I have worked with all year groups and specialise in 11+ tuition. My specialisms are Art and Maths. As a tutor I am very down to earth and kinaesthetic with my practice. I am a mother to two children and teach all my students how I would want my own children to be taught, in a disciplined yet friendly and nurturing way.
I am a current PhD student in Educational Research at Lancaster university with a First Class BA in English with honors and an MA in Modern and Contemporary Literature. I provide lessons for Secondary School students, AS and A-Level students and undergraduate students studying any form of English or English Literature.
I have supported hundreds of students achieve their academic goals. You can find out more about me on (concealed information) I can offer a free consultation, progress mapping and bespoke classes to assure students' succeed.
My teaching method is best described as a flexible and friendly one. Over the five years I have been tutoring and my year in the classroom, I have developed and employed number of techniques that have helped my students achieve. Every learner is different.. what works for one person may not work for another.
I prefer to cater my teaching to the student, using their interests to tailor lessons to their ability and goals (such as GCSE level, using passages from books they like or about TV like they like). For younger children, I make lessons fun so they retain more information, and for higher level English I will go over school work, essays, and set texts.
I have a very calm approach when it comes to teaching. I know that all students learn differently and so I always like to hear what best suits the student.
I am an English specialist with a profound knowledge of both Language and Literature and a detailed knowledge of the requirements for all the major exam boards for GCSE, IGCSE, IB and A-levels. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English - Tell me about your qualifications. I have an M.A.
A highly qualified, experienced tutor, I undertake short-term and long time roles and have prepared international children for entrance to Britain's top schools, from Winchester, Eton and Harrow to City of London, Westminster and St. Paul's.
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 a warm and encouraging teacher with years of experience, having tutored nearly twenty children. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I have taught all Key Stage 2 Subjects. I am particularly experienced in Kent Test (11 plus) tutoring. I have an over 90% pass rate. - Tell me about your qualifications. BA (Hons) Degree in Theatre Studies with Film Studies.
I tailor my lessons to the individual while trying to make learning relevant and applicable to the real world. My students describe me as "wacky", "fun" and "really knowledgeable". I really love my subject and am very passionate about it and I hope to share that with my students.
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.
My teaching method would be interactive and fun, with a main focus on discussion and debate rather than just lecturing.
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 enjoy teaching and enabling students to communicate effectively and to use English with confidence: to write and say what they mean and mean what they write and say. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English Language to GCSE and English Literature to all levels up to university entrance. - Tell me about your qualifications.
As an experienced, successful and sensitive primary school teacher, I strive to develop confidence in my pupils to enable them to reach their full potential. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mostly, I teach literacy and numeracy throughout Key Stage 2; my experience ranges from working with children who have special educational needs to those deemed gifted and talented.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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 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.
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