Lessons are entirely tailored to the needs of the student and are contingent on their level of study, whether it be for school examinations or university-level assignments.
I am happy to teach a wide range of students from those academically inclined, to those struggling. I have successfully tutored a GCSE student from a 2 (in the new 9-1 system) to a 4 in four short months. Technique will depend on level of study and student.
Mini-tests are very useful for a topic overview, so are he making of mindmaps and linking all the knowledge together I will set them things to watch, looking at sources for the time and linking it back to previous knowledge, looking at the criteria and forming answers based on that.
I am happy to give lessons to high school students of any year, and first and second year University students. I do not have a set teaching methodology but would rather focus on the differing priorities of each individual student. I bring a patient and stress-free approach to tutoring and want to encourage students' interest and academic ambition as well as practical academic skills.
I am not a formal person so prefer a relaxed class. I would begin by focusing on areas in which the student is struggling with most because that is obviously what will take up the most time. I will also pay close attention to what the student believes they should focus on.
I would look to find the key areas where assistance is needed and find the best ways you learn. From there we can develop a guide to ensure the best results. It is key to understand the person requiring assistance so I promise to listen and work with you.
Am a personable individual, easy to get along with though suitably professional. Look to tailor my classes to each student's specific needs. Guiding principle is that First Class Honours is something that, provided people have the right mindset and support, pretty much everyone is capable of achieving. To the best of my abilities therefore look to guide all those I tutor towards this outcome.
My teaching method is informal and thorough. My favoured approach is to cover subject material in small chunks to ensure that all bases of knowledge are covered. I believe that teaching proper essay structure is vital to not only achieving success at higher level but a worthwhile lasting skill moving forward to university level.
My teaching methodology centres mainly around past-paper practice, understanding how to achieve the best result possible through a familiarity with the exam. The learning of new topics will be focused around essay titles and directed learning in order to form a consistent style of writing.
During an initial free session I will work out the needs of my tutee, these could be for instance identifying areas where their understanding of topic areas could be increased or improving their skills at answering questions during exams. From there I will create an individually tailored lesson plan to work to the needs of the tutee.
I can teach National 4/5 and Scottish Highers and Advanced Highers. I am happy to help out anyone who is struggling a little in certain areas or just needs that extra push to get them over the boundary of an A or a B or a passing grade. I believe everyone is capable of meeting their potential with a little help and with that in mind I approach teaching with patience and dedication.
I base my classes on the needs on each individual student. We work on text, analysing it piece by piece so it does not become overwhelming. I try to use visual materials if students find it stimulating and easier to grasp.
Studying for History exams is about two things: learning the facts and learning how to write essays. Neither of these aspects require specialist knowledge up front. Firstly, I have developed many different ways of learning large amounts of facts.
My teaching methodology is highly personalised, and tailored to suit the goals of the individual or group that I'm tutoring. If academic achievement is the object of our sessions, I'm happy to help with essay planning, revision, and increasing general comfort with the material.
70% of my A-level students achieve A* or A grade. I'm an Oxford University graduate and a full-time professional tutor with many years experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? History, English Language, English Literature, Academic Writing, Entrance exams. I also offer academic proof reading for essays, dissertations, theses and articles.
I am currently in my third year at the University of Dundee studying for a MA Hons degree in History. I have also taken various modules in both Geography and Politics. I am also on the path to undertaking a teaching degree in order to teach history at secondary school level. I am happy to help with any content based learning as well as essay writing and exam preparation.
I like to break down a general topic into manageable lessons. Each lesson will explore a particular section of the general topic (Religion in the Medieval Period - Lesson One; Exploring the role of the Church throughout Europe. Lesson Two; Relationship between Church and State etc.
I wish to teach another one who is studying History at secondary level and especially to anyone who is taking History for GCSE (if your school does the Cambridge IGCSE then that is better but I have an extensive knowledge of General History especially modern history post 1914 in England and post 1871 in Germany My style would firstly be to find out the course of the student and try to find areas...
My teaching method would be mainly powerpoint and exercise based focusing on how to answer exam style questions in order to achieve the best possible mark in both national 5 and higher exams. I would do my best to make lessons as interesting as possible tailored to each individuals specific needs and struggles.
My teaching is unique in the sense that as mentioned previously it is not one way and can be altered to teach different levels and each individual. I am confident in teaching any level of my chosen subjects to any age.
I closely follow current academic educational trend and, using these as a model, am willing to adapt to the personal needs of my students. With the nuance involved in my expert subjects (english and history), a perosnal approach is both the most rewarding academically but also the best way to ensure long term personal and professional development.
I am happy to give lessons to people in GCSE or A-Level. It is often best to start out with a theory or question relating to the topic being studied, and to them go into more depth. Whether this is by creating mind maps, presentations, revision notes, etc.
I vary my teaching method depending on the student. Everyone learns differently so there are varied ways things can be taught.
I pride myself on both staying up-to-date with the ever changing course content and applying a range of methods to promote creative learning and revision
My teaching method is specific to the individual. I notice some children understand and remember information more if they learn practically, whilst others retain the information better from written and analytic tasks.
I believe that learning is biological. I use psychological techniques to ease the brain into studying and to effectively memorise material.
My teaching methodology, in both classroom and one to one contexts, is to involve students as much as possible in their own learning and to guide them in the best direction to achieve their goals. I am very keen on getting students to take responsibility for their learning, as I believe this is the key factor in attainment at every level.
My method of teaching is to encourage students to read around a topic prior to a lesson. The next lesson will then consist of a short lesson around the topic, before initiating discussion and debate about the topic. For students sitting exams such as GCSE or A-Level, I will regularly test the student's knowledge and approach to essay writing.
My teaching method is largely based on how to revise. I will happily help people with their national 4, national 5 and higher level qualifications - whether they need guidance on coursework or help with their revision. I have a lot of experience with children and helping them within the context of schoolwork.
I try to ignite my students passion for how politics creates visions of the future and through debate a greater understanding can be achieved.
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Perfect! Leo is a really great tutor, who clearly puts in a lot of effort into preparing for each session. He gives amazing feedback for essay writing, and has been really helpful with all aspects of my History A-level. Would highly recommend!!
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