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.
Exam preparation courses will get students ready to take their humanities exams from GCSE to A-Level. Students will learn how to understand exam questions, write well structured answers, and how to manage their time. My personal teaching style is about helping students enquire and follow their interests so that they engage in a meaningful way with the material they are studying.
My approach to tutoring centres around a relationship of mutual trust between myself and my tutee, and an unimpeachable policy of zero judgement.
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.
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.
As a singing teacher I work through ABRSM exams and bettering technique, focusing a lot on vowels and getting a great overall quality of sound. As an english teacher I work through the text systematically with a student, engaging their creative thinking by working on thematic brainstorms, discussing critical evaluations, and role playing the characters and the way they think and feel.
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.
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.
My teaching method primarily depends on the student that I am teaching. I will try and work to their strengths and weaknesses and create a suitable lesson plan that will fully benefit their working and learning styles. I will work with you to achieve the goals that you set out.
my teaching method is to give the student the tools to complete their own work and therefore set them up for an independent study, I will help the student know what type of studying works best for them and help open up what can seem a confusing subject.
I am an MA student in Literature, but I have also studied History, Politics, History of Art and Philosophy. I can offer tuition in any of these subjects specifically. Across these disciplines I have learned a number of very useful tools to aid the writing of essays and the formulations of arguments.
I am available to tutor students of all ages, from primary level to undergraduate degree level and from all backgrounds. As a tutor I am very patient with, and understanding of, all levels of competency. I will tailor the lessons to the needs of each individual student.
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 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 based on a close contact and link with texts, therefore carrying out text analyses and penetrating inside the gist of literature, authors, context and times.
My teaching method comprises of active learning. I keep my students engaged rather than them having to listen to me talking. After I have explained the key concepts, I usually have a set of problems ready for them to practice.
For me education is all about switching people on - illuminating a subject as well as grasping its content. I believe that if I can help a student to be interested in the topic at hand, then I’ve done something for them as people as well as for their academic success. I try to do this by incorporating broader ideas from the arts & humanities within my lesson plan.
I have just recieved two nines in my English GCSEs, and I'm now studying A level English Language and Classical Civilizations. As a result I understand what the new GCSE examiners are looking for better than most who are older than me. I also have experience working and communicating with primary level children.
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.
My teaching method is fairly relaxed but at the same time ensuring that they know and learn everything they need to. I like to read to students, create and play games that aid in remembering words for exams, analysing poetry or prose, and generally trying to fit the teaching to the needs of the individual child.
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.
My name is Jasmyn, and I give lessons to both primary school and secondary school students. I like to encourage my students to be imaginative when learning, by using lots of colours within note-taking, mind-maps and word mazes. I'm a very creative tutor, and I tailor my methods to the individual by finding out what interests them and then link this to the subject.
I am a friendly and funny person. I can teach without making studies tedious. as I have experienced the studying phase myself I know how it is so I try to make things simple and understandable. I am good with understanding my students thus, I can really connect with them and help them in an easy way.
I like to evoke discussions to establish a plan in executing tasks, each person is different and works in different ways so it is important to get to know your preference study method!
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 can teach all areas of English: English language and literature up to A-Level. For English langauge I like to focus on the four main core skills: listening, reading, speaking and writing and for literature I take the same approach as I was taught at the Univesity of Cambridge: close anaysis of text and contextual considerations to come towards main ideas elicited in the text.
I am a friendly, approachable and enthusiastic 21 year old student, completing my Law degree. I am offering lessons to any stage English students up until Year 13. I plan my lessons by identifying exactly what my tutees need progress on, and working together from there.
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