My teaching method is tailored to whatever the student needs. I am as flexible as possible and understand that every student is unique in their own way. I can be more visual, more audible, more kinesthetic, more slow etc. I hope to create a comfortable environment where learning isn't too much of a chore.
Hi, I’m Pete, and I’m presently working at Birkdale, travelling to sunny Gainsborough for lots of GCSE poetry and prose ( who can tire of one's anthology of poems? Polite answers only, please), teaching Macbeth, IELTS ( there's always IELTS ), City and Guilds and the Weimar with a student from Sheffield High.
I love being creative, and give learners a type of knowledge that is going to be useful in a real context. Additionally, I love to create a type of lesson that motivates the student to be autonomous and curious to continue working in building up their knowledge.
I offer tailored tutorial sessions which help to build self confidence. My patient and calm approach serves to ensure that students achieve the best results.
Brushing up on your Brontës? Scrutinising some Scott? Sometimes you need a little extra help... I have a lively tutoring style that is sure to engage and enhance any student's interest in the subject.
I approach each student individually, assessing where you are currently working at and then helping you to move towards where you want to be, achieving good grades at GCSE or helping to fill in any missing gaps in your knowledge.
My teaching methods vary depending on the way the student best retains the information. I usually encourage mindmaps and organised note-taking as well as providing thorough explanations and discussions to help break down theories and ideas. If there is a specific method that works for you, I am happy to explore it to ensure you receive the best possible results.
While I'm happy to discuss my approach on a case-by-case basis, I broadly focus on two key areas: - Providing a full and structured understanding of the subject in hand, tailored to the examination or syllabus being studied.
I do not believe in being overly didactic and encourage each student to become involved in, and establish agency over, their own particular learning journey.
Highly experienced teacher of Eng Lang and Lit in both the maintained and private sectors. Common Entrance, GCSE and AS/ A Level. Excellent references and proven, highly successful targeted tutoring to your child's needs and strengths. Tutoring in both UK and abroad.
I’ve tutored in-person for many years, and am convinced online tutoring is just as valuable and effective - recent successes include iGCSE in Dubai and Jerusalem. I taught English and related areas at post-16 colleges and university for 20 years, but have tutored all ages from KS2 to adult, and all levels from basic literacy to undergraduate.
I plan to give out tasks initially to work out where my students may require the most help.
I use a motivational approach to develop passion in students for their chosen subject, which helps them find a fresh understanding of the text. I strive to build an ongoing interest in the works of great writers so that coursework and test responses come much more naturally.
I am confident in giving lessons to any level or age of student. I plan my lessons by finding out the needs of each student and structuring the lesson to build strong, transferable skill and understanding of the subject at hand. My lessons can range from helping to analyse texts and identify themes and connections, to essay structuring and creating arguments.
I will walk you through the whole essay writing process: starting with reading the question and planning, then moving on to essay structure, and finally spending the rest of our time looking at critical thinking and correct terminology. I will then be available to mark your essay for a reduced price with quick turnarounds.
I take a student- Centred Approach to learning, where the children/child being tutored has an active role in the teaching process. Although I would still remain the main figure of authority, in a student-centred teaching approach, the student/students are just as much apart of the teaching process as I am.
I am a 30 year old male and a qualified teacher with over six years of diverse teaching experience. Having studied languages myself in an academic setting, I understand the individual needs of learning and the immense pleasure that can be drawn from studying languages. My lessons begin with a diagnostic approach and I then prepare classes and course for individual students or small groups.
I am able to teach years 3 through to 11, of any gender and background, and can also help more than one student at a time, however I like to limit my groups to sets of 3 so that each student is given adequate attention.
In my teaching I like to assess the kind of learner my student is before tailoring lessons to meet their individual needs. I find that most students respond to a variety of activities during the course of the lesson. The lesson structure might look something like this: Example - metaphors and similies Introduce topic - assess how much knowledge the student already has (i.e.
I structure my lessons based on what the student feels they need the most help with. For example, I will read out poetry analysis tools and words and explain them and then get the student to reiterate what I have said step by step until we are both sure they understand it.
My overall approach to tutoring heavily relies on strong communication skills, as I believe that any student can receive top grades if they are able to understand what is needed from them and how they can achieve this. It is also important that they feel comfortable in their learning environment, and feel confident that they can reach their targets.
I tutor according to the needs of the student. So, if your strengths are in textual analysis but you struggle with structure then we will focus on that area. I prefer to work closely to the various syllabuses of the exam boards, and when exam time arrives I feel it is especially helpful to look closely at the examiner's reports from previous years.
As a student, I am used to teaching a variety of levels, and I adapt my teaching to each student, as I do not believe that there is one universal method for all students. I spend time over the first session working out how my student learns and I adapt my method accordingly.
I believe learning is best facilitated by engagement and discussion. Each lesson will follow a loose model: For Literature lessons: -A discussion about the primary text being studied. -A short critical reading related to the primary text. -Discussion about the critical reading, and the primary text. For Creative Writing: -A short reading about the topic (ie.
I have always been deeply passionate about English language and literature, I'm sure I could read before I could walk! I obviously have my favourites, but I will read and analyse every and any book put in front of me. I have written more short stories than I've had hot meals, and am currently working on my debut novel (among several other pet projects).
I have just finished my MSc in English Literature and I am looking to share my knowledge and help people at any level: from primary up to undergraduate level. Lesson structure will be totally dependent on your demands and needs. I am easy going and patient, so my approach will be a collaborative.
I am a Philosophy and Literature graduate currently currently undertaking a Creative Writing MA at Royal Holloway and in the process of having my first novel published. Working with students on creating quality fiction, developing academic essay structures and furthering text analysis abilities, I like to foster a serious passion for the processes.
I am a graduate with a passion to teach and inspire others through my specialist knowledge in both Art and English. Working as an arts Ambassador for the university, creating tutorials and volunteering as a workshop assistant gave me the opportunity to teach various age groups. This has inspired me to pursue a career in teaching and private tuition.
I am a 22 year old freelance playwright and theatre director, currently working with London producers. I established my own production company during my degree and am now working to help develop the skills of others. I am enthusiastic about teaching and like to lead practical and creative sessions as I believe this helps students retain the information they have learnt.
I am a student of Master's in Creative Writing at Northumbria University with a Bachelor's degree in English Literature from India. I give lessons in English, grammar, reading, writing and Literature. My lesson structure is generally simple and precise with instructions about grammar and writing techniques.
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