I received an A in my A Level English Language and took English Literature to AS. I have a degree in History and thus my written English is to a high level. I am willing to teach primary and secondary age children as well as those taking Lowers/GCSEs. I begin teaching by discussing with the student/parents which areas need improving upon before forming a course around that.
I have experience in both individual and group lessons. I can teach any level up to Higher English, and offer support in proofreading. I aim to make my lessons as individual as possible and base them around my learners' needs.
I’m a recent graduate from the University of Edinburgh gaining a 1st class honours in English Literature and French, with a distinction in spoken French. I am confident with teaching English Language, Literature, Theatre Studies and French to higher levels, as well as Maths and History to GCSE level.
A mature, friendly and approachable High School student looking to tutor primary and secondary pupils at any level of English as I have excelled in my SQA National 5 and Higher English exams achieving an A on both. I believe that as a tutor I possess great interpersonal skills and have the ability to put people at ease.
I am a second year student studying English and Journalism and Creative Writing at The University of Strathclyde. Last year, I also studied French as part of my course. SQA Qualifications I have include As in Advanced Higher English and in Higher French, History, and English. I am willing to tutor secondary school pupils in any of the above subjects.
We would begin by assessing the student's requirements, e.g. what assessments will they need to prepare for over a given time period? We will then establish where they are in relation to their learning goals, then and work out a timetable and curriculum in order to meet them.
My teaching method is based on compassion and patience. I tailor every lesson to the student and try and find the best way to teach my student. I like to make lessons more fun and quite like making songs out of the material.
I give lessons to anyone looking to improve their English - from school pupils to foreign speakers. My techniques and methods depend on the lesson but I like to keep lessons very organised with particular goals and aims. Reading may be required before lessons for pupils.
I believe that every student has the potential to thrive in school. In order for this to happen, the methods and techniques that are used need to be altered for each student. Therefore, I would adapt my teaching styles to accommodate the learner.
I am comfortable teaching all levels of school students and college students up to HND level. I have experience with students with learning difficulties. I am a very friendly and patient person and happy to go over things in various ways until my student is confident and happy with the subject matter.
I like to make classes interactive and inclusiary. They will always be tailored around the students desired experiences and their own level of compitency. I fully believe in the Socratic method and so rather than deliver lectures I prefer to have a discussion on the subject which encourages greater understanding.
I base classes on developing basic skills and the skills I notice need developed or that students feel they struggle with the most. There are two aspects to learning, skill/technique and content/understanding, without both a student can begin to struggle. I teach these side-by-side in order to help students be the best they can be.
I can give lessons up to degree level, particularly for students whose first language is not English. I am patient and understanding, and able to work closely with students until they reach their goals. First lesson will usually involve discussing goals to begin with, and identifying key points to work on.
My name is Callum Hardwick and I am currently in my third year of studying English and Scottish Literature at the University of Glasgow. I am comfortable teaching from primary-secondary levels and I aspire to attain a TEFL + CELTA qualification subsequent to completing my degree. I am a grade-A student, and while I would not say I am particularly intelligent, I definitely know HOW to study.
I offer students a flexible, adaptive teaching style that adheres to iterative methods. Repetition, questions, and solution-finding are the keys to teaching students the skills required to explore their education in an attentive and guided but self-motivated practice.
I am recent graduate from the University of Glasgow where I gained a First Class (Hons) degree in English Literature. I am happy to proofread essays and give one to one tutoring from primary up to first year university level.
I am in my Senior Honours year having studied English Literature at the University of Glasgow since 2013. I have an excellent knowledge of English as a subject and how it is studied in a Scottish secondary school, having both qualifications in Higher and Advanced Higher English.
My teaching method is based on careful reading of texts in order to pick out key points. I encourage group reading/reading out loud as a way of absorbing information better. As for analysing texts, I believe engaging in tasks such as building mind maps and character studies is integral to doing this. Finally I believe that practising as many example questions as possible is the key to exam success.
Whilst I base my classes on the specific needs of each student, a large part of my approach consists of close reading through the students work and teaching them how to adapt and improve specific components. I also believe that one of my roles as tutor is to recommend reading materials and assign writing tasks for the students to complete in their own time.
I help the student find the most effective way of learning for them and suggest methods of approaching the subject accordingly. Due to the nature of English, it is often a discussion that I encourage to place into an academic format.
For me, teaching is far less about talking and telling as it is about listening and observing. The methodology that might suit one student perfectly could be useless for another student. I pride myself on my adaptability, getting to know each student personally and presenting the information in a way that works for them.
My teaching methods involve lots of interactive activities that make learning fun and memorable, especially for young learners. Particularly for Maths it is a great way to learn times tables by singing a song doing actions which helps the memory.
My teaching method is mainly discussion based, attempting to help the student come to their own conclusions to better develop their understanding of a text. My approach is to breakdown text top down, starting with larger themes and symbols that cover the whole text, to character analysis, to scene breakdowns, to language deconstruction.
Teaching will be based on how to improve ability as well as techniques to maximise exam performance. As a teacher, I am patient but also able to push students to achieve the best results.
For school assignments or simply for fun, learn the different tried and tested methods of creative writing to find what works for you. As a writer myself, I'll help guide you to write your masterpiece and start you on your way.
I plan enjoyable and engaging lessons in maths, English and other primary subjects and use different teaching approaches to suit a variety of learning styles.
I can offer tuition to degree level and like to help the student think comprehensively about text and how this can increase understanding and enjoyment of it. I am also keen to help with sentence construction and structure.
I am an English Literature graduate offering English lessons from 1st to 6th year secondary school pupils. In terms of what to expect from lessons, my main priority is to pitch whatever I teach at the student's level. I'll never push beyond a student's capabilities and will always ensure that they completely understand a topic before moving onto the next lesson.
My teaching methodology is catering my lesson to meet the needs of all learners in my class bearing in mind that there are different learners and they all will not be able to learn in the same way, which is the reason for that
I have a degree in English literature and have extensive teaching and tutoring experience. I have taught debating competitively and been a tutor for English secondary level exams. I tend to structure my teaching to accommodate each individual student, before we have our first class I will ask for a sample essay and for the student to identify their own perceived areas of weakness.
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