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.
Kevin Hiscutt Primary Educator Manchester ENGLAND 1.
My teaching focuses more on younger students and adults at beginner level. I have often times used various exercises to introduce the subject and get a feel as to what the student can do. I will provide set literary texts if wanted or I can adapt to specific texts that the student is studying although I will have to know in advance.
My teaching method is interactive and hands on. I encourage students to make use of the resources on the internet to practice, and to use technology where possible. I was a very academic student, and I encourage good organisation skills and as much reading as possible.
I am an Archaeology undergraduate student looking to teach English (literature and language) and History to primary and secondary school pupils. I am also able to tutor for an 11+ exam; having studied at a grammar school, I have personal experience of these skills.
I will make lessons easily accessible and useful for students in terms of planning essays and hitting mark schemes. I will approach each session with a different question, which we can work through together and create a model essay for each question proposed.
All my lessons are student-focused, with focus being on the development of confidence, as well as academic progress. I go through the syllabus and make SMART targets. My classes are clear and organised and always have a clear methodology. I love to enjoy creative ways to engage in learning, especially in visual ways.
My lesson plans will be entirely structured around your needs and ambitions. No matter what your ambitions are, I will create specific content. For example, if it is essay help that you are seeking then I will create tutor material that takes into account your specific exam board's criteria.
I ensure the student is listened to. I work with the student to help them feel comfortable as every student is different it is important for me to help personalise each session for them. I try to get students to lead sessions to help boost confidence and to also understand what areas we need to target.
Hi I am Katie! I am 21 years old, currently studying a Masters in 'Developmental and Therapeutic Play' at Swansea University. Previously, I have gained a First Class Honours degree in 'Childhood Studies' at Bangor University. I live in the Brynmill area. I am a confident, very patient individual.
With a love of reading myself, I am keen to give reading lessons to primary and secondary school age children, supporting any help and official programmes they are currently receiving at school by either following the same programme, following a different programme, or simply casually exploring the world of literature with the child.
I approach each topic, first, on the basis at which the student may first understand it, aiming to establish some immediate confidence in their own knowledge. From this I hope to understand the student, how they personally approach the topic and their own learning, meaning I am more easily able to tailor their lessons to suit their learning.
I offer lessons to GCSE and A-Level students. I work with each student individually and ask for their personal input on what they are struggling with most, and then from there work with them to offer the best lessons possible.
My teaching method depends on which level I am teaching but I enjoy making my lessons challenging whilst also being fun. I teach GCSE, A-level as well as first and second year University modules including close reading, analysis of texts and a thorough examination of the relevant social, historical and political contexts to fully understand and engage with the texts.
I prefer to tailor a lesson plan to what a student is working on or towards. I find lessons more beneficial for the learner if it is clear what they're looking to gain from a lesson. Therefore, I am happy to work both ways; you tell me what specifically you want to learn about or I can work methodically through the basics up to more complex aspects of English.
I am completely open to adapt my teaching style to the preference of my students as I believe everyone learns in different ways. Thus, the preferred learning technique of my student would be the one I will uphold. I am currently in my first year of University and would be open to teach either those completing GCSE's or A Levels.
I teach Maths and English at KS2, KS3, and GCSE levels. I also help to prepare students for 11+ exams, and similar entrance exams. My approach is simple: target the concepts that are most difficult to understand, and simplify them. Sometimes I do this using videos, diagrams, songs, or games. I believe that learning can and should be exciting, and enjoyable.
My teaching method is finding what suits that individual. We are not all the same so therefore we can not learn in the same way! Whatever suits that child's learning technique is how I will adapt my teaching for them.
I plan my lessons before hand. I look into the syllabus and make sure I have planned the best possible routes to getting the best grades with maximal understanding. I have taught other physio students. I also held my own college biology group to help others.
I am a Doctoral student specialising in Education and Stress and therefore am clearly aware of the pressures and challenges that students face. I have over 13 years of teaching experience and have taught from primary to degree level. I have a BA and MA in education and am qualified to teach English, Religious Studies and Personal Development for students of all ages and levels.
I'm a published poet with a collection out, as well as regularly featuring in magazines and journals, and regularly write and perform comedy with a sketch group at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. I teach in a way that's creative, fun and accessible.
Qualified primary teacher to postgraduate level (PGCE) with an undergraduate degree in English with Media Studies with honours. Strong belief that learning needs to be a nurturing experience and one where the child feels comfortable in expressing problematic areas of learning.
I homeschool a number of children, devising their curriculum myself, and implementing their full time education. I can work a schedule to suit the individual`s needs. . In terms of regular tutoring, I currently have clients from the age of 6 to 18, focusing on an array of subjects. In the run-up to exams, I offer intensive full day courses aimed at consolidating the syllabus.
I am currently completing my BA (Hons) Education degree and have been working in placement throughout my course. |At present, I am working in Key Stage 2 and have a current and valid DBS check. I enjoy working with children of all ages and take pride in being able to assist in a child's learning and holistic development.
I use a topic method which is project based.
I would be able to teach course content of certain History, Economics, Politics and Business courses, and offer valuable skills in essay writing and how to effectively organise and revise for exams. I have experience tutoring English up until GCSE level.
I offer English lessons for primary and secondary level students, and I also offer English as a foreign language to those wanting to improve. My lessons always involve quality interaction to ensure you engage with the material easily and enjoyably.
I believe it's important to tailor each session to the needs of my students so they feel that they are getting worthwhile experience that is suited to them. I use a mixture of traditional and creative teaching techniques in order to engage and inspire my students.
We can go over your essays and learn what mistakes were made in them. We can go over my old school essays which go from very bad marks to full marks! We can learn about the literature you've been set with access to rare books from the University of Manchester's library.
I am a friendly and confident tutor with excellent reading and English skills. I am keen to help students develop their reading and literacy skills, as I feel reading is an important skill. I offer fun, creative and supportive sessions to support anyone in need. Assistance with reading at any level using break-down techniques.
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