I base my lessons on the student/s, firstly I see in what way they like to be taught and their learning style and then I base my lessons upon that. My characteristics as a tutor would be firstly getting to know the student and asking them many different questions on school and what they like.
My teaching method is using various techniques to make sure the student fully understands taking things at a steady pace.
I approach teaching by analysing the skills and knowledge needed to enable a student to meet or beat their target grade and design lessons to ensure that they develop a clear understanding of what they need to do. I provide detailed verbal and written feedback using the specific mark scheme criteria relevant to their needs.
Im here to give pupils who are entering there GCSE studies a helping hand! Our lessons will be more lively than your regular English lessons! Though the subject may be boring for some, my techniques in teaching you the most important subject will for sure be drilled into your brain after each lesson! Im not much older than you so don't worry about miss communication; I have not long been in your...
I am 25 year old with Ba hon degree within integrated working and Early years childhood studies. I have 5 years of experience in primary classrooms supporting every individual to achieve their potential. I have worked with all kinds of needs. I can help you build your confidence and strength.
Hi, I am currently teaching in Year 6. I have been teaching for 5 years and have previously taught Year 5. My strengths are teaching Maths and Literacy in upper Key Stage 2. I teach very structured lessons especially when teaching SPAG. The method I practice is identify, practice and apply.
University of Worcester student, 20, studying Primary Teaching. I have an A in GCSE English Literature and Language, and a B in A-level English Literature. I am looking to tutor anyone aged 6-16, offering support in revision and exam techniques and support in any other areas of English using the many resources I have gathered from teaching.
- Classes Each lesson lasts for 80 minutes. Each child is put on an individual learning plan and as a result they are given individual work on the computer as well as written. - Ages and Levels Covered We cover ages 5- 18 years. However we now offer day classes to adults. We also cover all levels.
I approach each topic by challenging the student every step of the way; ensuring they are looking at the work piece in ways more than one, so that it is easier and better for them to undertake the task. I will find new ways to approach the topic if the student isn't understanding, and find a way for them to learn in a way best suited to them.
When teaching students I first like to work through methods with them to make sure that they have a full understanding and allow them time to make thorough notes. I then ask students to work through some practice questions to ensure they are confident in using the methods before I check the questions and work through any mistakes or questions they may have struggled with.
My name is Malaika and I am a 17 year old college student who is motivated to teach those in primary school, secondary school or those going through GCSE's how to do well in English language. I have different methods in teaching and believe that practice makes perfect.
I am a West Midlands Primary Teacher with 10 years experience of teaching across KS1 and KS2, including key groups Years 2 and 6. I have a very broad subject knowledge and offer clear, concise and thorough lessons with very detailed content.
My method of instruction relies on working with student strengths and targeting their weaknesses. For example, students may have excellent ideas but fail to convey them. In this case, I would work with the student to perfect their essay execution, improving their essay planning, their writing skills and their structuring.
I assess the learning style of each child. I assess each child to find out the level that he/she is at. Then I work from there. Every topic has a success criteria which is explained at the beginning.
I'm 20 and give lessons to younger children under the age of 16, I have got a B and C in English. I'm best with creative writing and spelling. The way I would teach students would be, for example: You have to write about an empty, red room.
My teaching method is very simple, firstly I pinpoint what aspect of the subject the student is struggling with, as English is a very broad subject I break it down into the variety of topics which make up English.
I am happy to tutor at a variety of levels, whether simply assisting younger children at Key Stages 1-2 with literacy and spelling homework and improving reading and comprehension skills, all the way up to AS and A level English literature, including giving tutoring assistance for secondary school age in preparation for GCSE English literature.
Fully qualified, experienced and enthusiastic tutor achieving positive results in English Language and Literature in all Key Stages. 4 years spent in education including one year as an academic coach and tutor prior to becoming a full-time educator.
I'm one of those teachers who still believe that really valuable learning has to be enjoyable and fun. I teach English language and literature from basic literacy through all Key Stages, including GCSE level, AS and A level, and English for Academic Purposes (EAP) for undergraduates wishing to improve their assignment and essay-writing skills.
A culturally aware, adventurous graduate who is passionate about sharing knowledge. I studied English for over 12 years which culminated in a 2.1 in English Literature and Media and A's at GCSE and A Level.
I teach in an interactive manner, encouraging self-expression. I aim to simplify and make accessible complex ideas, theories and practices.
The content of English varies vastly from school to school, so I tailor my teaching to the individual. I will ask students to look at unseen passages for literary devices, as this will help them think quickly under exam conditions, and will go through past exam questions and model answers to highlight what examiners are looking for.
I am an A level student at a grammar school and I am currently offering Primary and 11+ tutoring in Maths and English. I break down my lessons to the pupil's abilities, and I keep a record of progress through the use of a Target Tracker to identify points of weakness. I am patient and dedicated and I persevere until my students fully understand the topic.
My teaching experience is varied as I trained in the FE sector and then taught various subjects from KS3, 4 &5 in secondary schools. Whilst undertaking my PGCE (PCE) I was on placement at Matthew Bolton College in Birmingham. Whilst on placement I taught various sessions ranging from Entry 1 to Level 3.
After meeting with a student and discussing their strengths and weaknesses with regards to study skills, I tailor my lessons to each individual student's needs. I always use a range of differentiated teaching styles to keep the students thoroughly engaged.
I like to find out what each student is struggling with and tailor tuition to their needs. It makes no sense to reteach them things they already know. I also ensure that I give the student the confidence they need.
For the literature sessions, I start off with the context and plot, then bringing it in to themes, and finally start to use that knowledge to really analyse the text, focusing on key quotes. Analysis and synthesis are skills that get better with time, just like playing an instrument! Start off small, then get bigger.
I am able to teach management, human resources and customer care in group settings and also on a on-to-one basis. I am occupationally competent as I am a former local government officer with senior level experience. This is an advantage as I am able to relate theory to practice and can use live examples. I am caring, professional and creative in my approach.
I will provide suitable resources to the students like practice tests before teaching them in order to find the level of which they are working at. I will inform the parents on what they need improving on and how I will help them to do it.
At school I teach KS3 - KS5 and I have previously led seminars with BA students at Birkbeck University, so I am pragmatic when it comes to teaching - it certainly depends on the topic and definitely depends on the student!
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