I aim to provide engaging and detailed lessons to students at all linguistic levels.
I base my classes on interacting with authentic German-language sources such as stories, videos, articles and news broadcasts. I place a lot of focus on speaking, with the aim to improve students' confidence and oral ability. I offer lessons to anyone up to A-Level standard who is looking to improve their written and spoken German as well as aural and reading comprehension skills.
My teaching method is tailored to each individual; for example if they are kinesthetic learners, I will demonstrate what I am trying to teach actively, with as much participation from the learner as possible, if they are visual learners, I will demonstrate using pictures, diagrams and mindmaps, and if they are auditory learners I will attempt to explain verbally as clearly and engagingly as...
Communicative language teaching (CLT) to enable the learners to communicate effectively and appropriately in the various situations they would be likely to find themself in. The content of CLT courses are functions such as inviting, suggesting, complaining or notions such as the expression of time, quantity, location.
Hi! I'm Lucy, a Philosophy and German student at the university of Bristol. I can teach pupils ranging from primary students to A-level. My methods adapt to the age group but primarily revolve around conversation lessons. They include progressive grammar lessons, essay writing, dictation, vocab learning and use of resources such as literature or newspapers to gain an understanding of culture.
As a tutor, I mostly work with students up to B2 level alongside their language classes at school, offering help catching up on the units they are working on in class. This includes help with text analasys, essay writing, presentations, and written and oral exams. I try to, where possible, only speak german during class, which helps promote the natural aquisition of language through conversation.
Having fun and enjoying your practice is key. If you feel confident enough I will be talking just German to you. I believe it is important to get a feeling for a language through listening and speaking, plus it is a lot more fun than the boring Grammar-exercises. Don't get me wrong.
I am a very flexible tutor, and am willing to adjust to your needs and situation. I have taught both English (to German speakers) and German (to English speakers) at different levels i.e. from total beginner to basically fluent. I have experience with teaching children between the ages of 7-15, but am comfortable with older students as well.
I listen to what my student needs, how he or she likes to work and adapt to this. Usually, I prepare lessons on certain topics and then go through both rules and exercises during the lesson. If possible, I give them homework to make lessons more productive. I also help with school homework and prepare my students for their exams.
I base my classes on group work as it's really inportant especially for languages to focus on vocabulary and grammar.
Nobody will ever get a real feeling for a language through a book. The famous 70:20:10 Learning model shows that most people most effectively learn (70%) through experience, 20% through others and 10% from a book. Tutoring perfectly covers the 70% and 20% in this model. My lessons focus on hearing and speaking the language which ensures long-term learning rather than 'bulimia'-learning.
I really enjoy tutoring because it enables me to tailor lessons to the needs of my student and therefore to help them reach their goals more quickly. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English (language, TEFL and literature), German and maths. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a BA (hons) in English and German from University College, London and a PGCE from Exeter University.
I graduated from Cardiff University in July 2013. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the cello, piano and music theory from beginners through to Grade 5, German and Italian up to A-level, Maths and Music up to GCSE. - Tell me about your qualifications. I hold a German and Italian BA, A-levels in Maths, Music and German, Grade 8 Cello and an ATCL Diploma on the piano.
My main teaching method is to get people speaking and using words as quickly as possible. I believe that we only really connect with languages when we can express things in them. That's why vocabulary and simple expressions and the confidence to formulate even the most basic of sentences, is the best start.
I'm a third year student at Cardiff University. I'm 20 years old- I still remember and school tests and being told to memorise useless vocabulary lists- so in my teaching, I try to emphasise every-day scenarios so the student can communicate the concepts and ideas confidently rather than rote-learning things you can't apply.
I give lessons to everyone who wants to learn German. I teach beginners and people who already know German, but want to get better or simply want to practise it. I can also prepare you for taking DSDI and DSDII certificates.
I have vast experience with children from ages 4-16, having worked at a play scheme and as a teaching assistant for 3 years. I like to teach through immersion, speaking predominantly in German to encourage rapid learning. I to establish a learning timetable to ensure progress is reached in time for examinations.
I have been teaching French and German privately for 15 years with some excellent results at GCSE and A Level . I have also been teaching English for over seven years. - Which subject(s) do you teach? French and German are the two subjects which I teach to all levels. I also teach English up to G.C.S.E. level and English as a Foreign Language to all levels. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a bright and lively languages student who would love to help you improve your German; a language which I feel has lost interest over the past few years but one which deserves some revival! I endorse learning through immersion techniques and would encourage you to discover the language through film, art, literature, music and cookery.
I am a friendly German language tutor in Cardiff offering tuition via skype for adult and face-to-face tuition to pupils working towards their GCSE and A-Level exams. Tell me about your qualifications. I have an MA in English, Art History and Philosophy and the PTLLS teaching certificate. How much do you charge? £30 per lesson - if you recommend me you get 50% off your next lesson.
I have recently graduated from Oxford University, where I studied German. I am able to teach/tutor German up to and including A2 level. I strongly believe in using the target language as much as possible, and increasing exposure through video clips, pop songs and reading.
- Classes SPANISH -for holidays......a fun and easy class to help you communicate well in Spain,f or business trips or holidays. Conversational. LETS BEGIN!-easy and basic Spanish, for those who want to start from scratch. Basic grammar, and conversation, this will take you to pre-gcse level quickly.
I teach a variety of voice styles, from classical to pop, jazz and musical theatre. I teach basic vocal technique, then make slight adjustments in texture and colour to adapt to the genre or style. I promote healthy, happy singing. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Singing (Classical, operatic, jazz, pop, musical theatre, singer/songwriter, folk) and Piano (Classical, beginner blues).
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