I always work together with students to set targets for the achievement of their specific goals so that they can monitor their progress and focus on attaining the grade they need. Preparation for: IELTs CPE PTE English for Aviation English for medical exams - Tell me about your qualifications.
Oliver Delgaram-Nejad is an interdisciplinary (psycholinguistics) PGR at Manchester Metropolitan University. His PhD research examines the composite language and communication phenomena of schizophrenia, as relative to figurative language processing, using experimental psycholinguistic methods; his master's dissertation focused on paralinguistics: blended displays (i.e.
No two students are the same! I don't have a generic lesson plan that I use. Instead I meet students and draft a tutoring plan during our first meeting. Coming from a linguistics background (linguistics is science of human language), I approach grammar (and by extension, writing) differently than most public school teachers who more than likely hold literature degrees.
I have not a fixed method. It depends on your own goals, backgrounds and on what is more difficult for you. Normally, I base my classes on grammar, methodology of translation and so forth. I prefer to work on original texts, according to your level.
I'm a native speaker of English with extensive experience as an IELTS Specialist. I have taught various levels of General English (from Beginner to Advanced) for a number of years, as well as other exam preparation courses such as the FCE and CAE.
My teaching method is communicative. I help you to develop your skills by building on what you already know. I really enjoy teaching and love seeing my students develop. Lesson structure will depend on what you need and the content focus.
Initially I began by helping students with reading competence, but progressed to providing tailored lessons to both GCSE and A level students in English Literature, English Language and Sociology. My methodology consists of a discussion and follow on sheets.
I've been an English language teacher and teacher trainer for 20 years. For the past 14 years, I held the position of Senior Lecturer in TESOL at a British University. I am now self-employed and support the success of home and international students.
In keeping with my Classical background, I am primarily a Socratic teacher: I see my role as to model the thought process that the student should internalise in order to think for herself. This means guiding the student to ask ever-deeper questions of the subject material, and to assess her own understanding.
I believe in a practical approach. For those that want to speak English at a starter level. I will begin with simple phonetics and easy words, forming simple sentence structure, before moving onto more complex terminology, such as holding a conversation. For those that wish to brush up on English.
While following the curriculum requirement I create tailored-made course materials, creating differentiated materials, activities and learning outcomes to ensure that the more able students are stimulated and the less able have the best possible chance to achieve their learning goals.
My teaching method is mainly focused on following specification for exam boards and helping students hit the key points necessary to succeed in exams. Whilst it's important to focus on exam technique I also feel my enthusiasm and love for my subjects will help students to engage and enjoy topics they find challenging.
I am lucky to teach all ages and levels, preparing students for exams and helping them reach their personal objectives. Each lesson is entirely based on the student : during our first class, we find out what our goals are and we design a way to reach them.
I base my classes on what the student needs. Whether this be specific details at University level, such as phonetics or phonology, or more general like metaphors being used in a novel. I would do hour lessons or more if needed.
My teaching reflects the needs of the student. If it is fun and hands-on you are looking for, I can provide this, but also, if there is a need for exam revision and a more serious tone, I can adapt to this as well. As I have experience in primary schools, as well as teaching English in summer camps and schools abroad, I enjoy finding unique strategies to tailor my teaching to your needs.
My approach to teaching is to find out what each student is good at and what they need help with. I then build lessons that focus on developing weaknesses into strengths. I give lessons to non-native learners of English and to native speakers seeking to improve their literacy and their ability in writing texts and expressing themselves effectively.
My teaching method centres around the ability and competences of the student combined with the goal towards which they are working - be it a particular exam or simply a higher level of language skills.
I like to balance speaking, listening, writing and listening skills as I believe they're all important to helping you become a well-rounded English Language speaker. I love grammar and think it's really important but I also love conversational English and like to help my students achieve a natural sounding proficiency of language.
I can give lessons to any person at any level, but I strongly prefer the students from 16 y.o. and on. We will try to make an trustful relationship by adaptating all the contents to the student's requirements. I am aware about the deductive techniques on Greek & Latin teaching (Aléxandros or Familia Romana, Hans Orberg) and I work with those books, you I can guide the student through them.
I am a specialist in phonetics and linguistics. I have developed a unique approach to accent reduction that is both fast and effective. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach my students how to acquire a more neutral accent. I also prepare candidates for the speech and communication examinations of: LAMDA, National College of Music and Arts and Victoria College.
My whole aim with teaching is to make the experience as enjoyable and beneficial as possible. I am happy to stick to the constraints of examination preparation, but I find that it is a lot better to explore all and any aspects of language as they come up.
My teaching method is to work towards an achievable goal while also striving beyond targets. I like to use colourful and simple methods to make hard exams, simple and easy to understand. It is important to make topics that are often labelled as boring really enjoyable and easy to answer in the exams. Therefore making a student feel confident going into the exam.
my teaching method adapted at each levels and at everyone's expectations : for studies, exams, living in France,... I will ask you what are your hobbies/passions and I will build my lessons about topics you are passionated about, the lesson will be more interactive and motivating.
I mainly give classes to GCSE students, but can tutor A level students as well. I normally ask if there is anything specific you want to focus on, or if you have work that you would like to go through together first. If you would prefer me to find work, I can prepare an hour's worth of resources and activities for our classes, just let me know beforehand.
My basic methodology is communicative, that is considered as the best one. We will start talking from the first lesson. All the matherials will be sent to your email box or via skype. Book your free trial and you will see how it works.
I adopt a personalised approach to private tuition, as every student is different. After assessing the student's strengths and weaknesses in our first session, I then put in place a plan of action to help them to make improvements. I like my sessions to be fun but also focussed.
I based my classes on conversational sessions (listening and speaking comprehension), and creative sessions (reading and writing comprehension). Either me, or one of mine students chooses different topic(s) for a particular session. Every session is based on calm and peaceful communication.
My teaching method is individually tailored to each student. In teaching English literature, I typically begin with the text that a student is studying in school or college and work through the text.
I give English lessons to a wide variety of students. For example, I taught engineers, doctors, quality assurance specialists, firefighters from different places like South Africa, Ethiopia, Yemen, Morocco, Lybia, and Saudi Arabia. My teaching methodologies are: 1. Text-Based Presentation 2. Test-Teach-Test 3.
My teaching method is very much a hands on approach. I feel the best way to teach a student is to adapt to their needs. I am very vocal, as well as thorough in my explanations. I feel the best way to teach someone is to interact with them, try and get an understanding of their preferred learning style, then offer an approach that is suited to the student.
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