I have a lot of experience and success in working with individual students to raise their English levels. I am adept at developing students' self- esteem and their ability to overcome barriers to learning. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach school English up to GCSE level, enabling students to develop their skills in both English Language and English Literature.
(concealed information) (concealed information) English lessons: Language, Literature, English as a foreign language/ EFL, all ages and levels. (GCSE, A Levels, University Degree, PostGrad, PhD). Also pronunciation / English RP ‘accent’ lessons.
I base my teaching on understanding, my methodology depends on each student and their specific needs. I am fully prepared to give English Literature lessons to middle school as well as to high school students. I also speak French and Arabic.
My teaching methods are based around the student's preferences. I focus on student's weaknesses and help them achieve their own targets. I like to base my lessons around the interests of the student and have some fun while learning.
* I have 10 years teaching experience * I have students from many universities including Cambridge University, University of Oxford, Russell Group Universities including King’s College London, UCL, LSE, SOAS, and Royal Holloway University. * I am very organised and punctual tutor and work very carefully with the students within time constrains and tight deadlines.
I tailor my lessons specifically to the texts to be taught and how the student responds to each text. This can mean breaking down the texts into different sized areas of note to make sure that a high level of understanding is achieved. Quality discussion and debating with the student is essential to ascertain a full knowledge of the texts and subject areas.
I am an approachable tutor who will work with the individual needs of each student to ensure they get the best results possible and achieve their goals. I structure every lesson or class to make sure every student is fulfilling their individual potential.
I vary with classes and levels, and I like to take a friendly approach rooted in what my students want to achieve. I adapt to the student and the curriculum, but typically use a range of real-world examples to create a better context.
This Intensive Course is specifically aimed for students who are listed to take the 2019 May Examinations (2020 exam takers are also welcomed). The course will start from 120min/per week.
I have the tendency to be quite patient with students, as I believe it is important to ensure that they really understand the content that is being covered. In terms of teaching my approach to GCSE English is based predominantly on practicing useful exam skills, however I also cover the content specified by the exam board with focus on the areas where improvement is needed.
Expert in preparing KS3/4 pupils for the new English 9-1 GCSE course. Free consultation to discuss how changes affect you and how to succeed. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach: KS3 English - reading and writing skills Common Entrance exam - English 11+ and 13+ -English Literature and Language Courses for new 9-1 GCSE Specialising in exam boards: OCR, EDEXCEL, AQA, and iGCSE.
I offer to help practice/improve anyone's English/French/Italian by: - tutoring all ages and levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced - delving into various practices: written and oral exercises, reading stories, playing games - having conversational classes My teaching method always accommodates the student, therefore I always take the first class to get to know them and discover which...
I base my lessons on the person's unique learning style and a range of learning techniques for those with learning disabilities.
My teaching style first and foremost is to make the person whom I am tutoring feel totally comfortable and at ease around me, so that they can ask me anything or just confide in me with whatever is on their mind - exams can be very stressful! From there, I like to go over all of the things they feel they need particular help with and make them feel confident in themselves to achieve the best...
Methods that work best for students from their own personal perspective will first be established. By doing so, together we can create a learning environment that is specifically tailored towards the needs of the student.
My teaching methodology focusses on sculpting the approach to a student's personal learning style and strengths, and creates pride in personal progress. Lessons are structured around student-led learning and fun, interactive engagement with the topic. Working with students with learning disabilities has taught me to shape a learning environment to suit the particular needs of every single student.
My approach to literature is both critical and personal, where I seek to cull out of my students firstly the influence of the text on them, and further a theoretical and critical analysis of the text. My classes are quite interactive and I encourage dialogue as opposed to a monological lecture.
I aim to make each lesson engaging and exciting by providing students with a range of activities. I initially begin with a starter to inspire the student and to encourage their creative thinking in preparation for the lesson ahead. The final five minutes will be spent recapping on the lesson and noting any further concerns to address in the next session.
Experienced Oxford graduate who believes in tutoring with passion, empathy and kindness. I have eight years' full-time experience in the education and tutoring sector. I have tutored over 100 individual students aged 8-22 years old in this country and abroad as well as delivering interactive workshops to 2000 young people across the UK.
I believe the methodology of teaching should be to focus on the student and not on the teacher; as such I follow the PEE methodology of teaching as derived from English classes in order to develop a student's understanding as well as their knowledge: Point, Evidence and Explain.
I focus on improving students’ knowledge of grammar and analysis skills so that they have the transferable skills to be able to read any Literature text with ease and write about it.
My teaching methodology is a combination of the Socratic method (aka stimulation of critical thinking via question & answer form in a dialogue) and open explanation via strategies like memorable analogy (aka explaining a complex historical relationship between countries through the use of high-school social interactions).
Since I specialise in coaching, I’m not only looking to help improve in a specific subject, but I’m also trying to help develop excellent learning and revision habits. This means that my tutoring session will focus on the personal growth of the tutee as well the topic at hand. I will provide a fun working environment, accompanied by a broad set of tips for the upcoming GCSE exams.
My teaching method is catered to the individual - initially I will try to understand how the student prefers learning (even if they do not know themselves!) as everyone learns differently. I prefer to have open discussions with students to try and get them to voice their own opinions rather than spoon feed them ideas.
I like to approach lessons by ensuring the student is completely comfortable with the specific skillset needed to approach a subject, both for the purposes of sitting an exam and to give the best preparation possible for later learning.
It all depends on who you are and what helps you! I like to have a list of key figurative language to help approach a text as well as finding good academic essays which will help you highlight a point or serve as an introduction to a debate. Talking out loud about a piece of writing is also very important as we truly express what is on our minds and I can then help put that down on paper.
My teaching method would vary depending on the needs of the student but would typically consist of discussions about the topic to explore ideas and ensure wider understanding. I am very organised so my lessons would be well structured and would always contain a brief review at the end.
My teaching methods are student centred: each session will be a cooperative discussion, and each will be devised around aspects that came up in the last. I understand and appreciate that some things require more time to grasp than others, and so structuring sessions may alter as meetings progress.
Hi there, thank you for taking time to look through my tutor profile. My teaching methodology is humanistic, holistic and student-centered. I believe that we all learn best when we have had to think and arrive at an answer ourselves through the facilitation of a more experienced learning partner.
I've taught students at every level, but it's important to remember that everyone is different. Lessons, in my view, should be structured and paced according to each individual's specific needs (although going over past papers doesn't hurt). Overall, the thing to remember is that one-to-one tuition really gets results. Simply put, I wouldn't do it otherwise.
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