I can support KS3, GCSE, and A-Level students on specific humanities subjects such as History, English Language & Literature, Politics etc, and I can support degree level students complete extended pieces of writing such as a dissertation. I work in a focused yet informal way, as I know people learn best when they are at ease and able to have fun.
This depends very much on the age, competency level, the kind of English a student wishes to improve and if there is a final aim in sight.
My teaching methods include deep discussions on a given subject matter, addressing context, existing analysis and literary terminology. I provide sample essay questions and guidance on essay writing as well as elaborate feedback. I have found the best way to critically read is to make yourself familiar with all aspects of the literary work and I am happy to help you do that in any way I can.
I used to coach new members of the Speech and Debate team. Many of the people that I coached ended up going to regional competitions! I can tutor in speech writing, public speaking, or even just confidence in general! I will design lessons specifically around the student.
I am a Bachelor of Elementary Education major in English graduate. I believe I have been called by God to teach young minds. I believe that each of us has the right to learn. I believe that I have the right to instill the right values to the innocent minds of my learners.
I like to balance speaking, listening, writing and listening skills as I believe they're all important to helping you become a well-rounded English Language speaker. I love grammar and think it's really important but I also love conversational English and like to help my students achieve a natural sounding proficiency of language.
As a postgraduate student, I aim to support undergraduate students and sixth form students with writing essays, constructing arguments and proofreading. To do this I will go over breaking down a question to show students what the reader is looking for and how to go about answering the question.
I believe that education must arise from inspiration. I intend to make lessons for my students intensely immersive, organised and fun. School education lays the foundation on which a student bases his life upon. I aim to solidly strengthen that base by ensuring that the basic fundamentals of education are learnt in a way that students will remember their entire life.
I believe teaching is all about engagement, and student involvement. I strive to provide you with the knowledge and tools to get and A+ on that assignment, but to solve problems on your own. Lessons will be be instructional, but based on a guided inquiry model. The first 5 - 10 mins will be dedicated to an explanation of the issues and struggles you have encountered with the assignment.
The best approach to teaching is establishing clear communication between myself and the student in a relaxed atmosphere where there is no such thing as a stupid question. Repetition is the key to learning what I offer and I will be here to guide you every step of the way until you've mastered the skills you need.
I believe that one of the bests ways to learn is by actively engaging in the activity. These lessons will be formatted as casual conversations with gentle correction if desired. They are perfect for anyone who already speaks English or is still learning the language.
classes are tailored for each individual student, be it a beginner to advanced. I speak with a BBC London accent. I have a set of IELTS books & can also teach English as it is spoken (colloquial & slang) if the student is coming to the UK to live or study.
My teaching method is to discuss the student's ability and what subject area they are finding difficult in advance of a lesson. I then source material to enable me to teach the student and boost their confidence and ability in the subject.
I like to discuss with the student how they feel they learn most effectively, and from there trial various approaches to allow each student to learn and improve in the best way for them.
I am a 27 year old Canadian woman, just finished 8 years of post secondary school. I have a bachelors degree. Looking to help children, teens and adults with the basics of reading and speaking english. Looking to make this a fun experience while providing the skills needed to communicate in english.
I believe in tailoring my methodology to the learning style of my student. I can tutor from primary through to A level English as well as English related subjects. I can help with close reading and analysis, essay structure, and much more. Most of all I try to get students to engage with reading because enthusiasm is so important and will produce much higher grades.
My teaching method is getting straight down to the nitty-gritty truth of the matter, exam technique. I give lessons to GCSE students in year 11 or 10 and focus a lot on technique. My general timescale of tutoring is around 40% subject content and 60% exam technique. I have found over the years that this is the NUMBER ONE way to achieve your target level.
I am currently doing an MRes in Rhetoric with a focus upon Classics to furtber my knowledge from my BA in Classical Studies. I did an A-Level in Classical Civilisation so I have experience of the testing of classics at most levels. I would structure sessions around the particular wants of the student.
Assess individual needs and tailor sessions which enable the pupil to achieve their goal with confidence and enjoyment. I have taught secondary pupils up to the age of 18 and children as young as babies. I work with you to help you.
I have experience working in a primary school so I am very familiar with the primary school and 11+ syllabus so make sure that all lessons help students practically at in exam situations. As well as teaching academic subjects I have experience teaching drama and believe that making lessons fun and engaging helps build confidence which is also essential for children and young people.
I share the French culture or “art de vivre”. I am punctual, organized, serious, dynamic, smiling which are, in my opinion, very important qualities as a tutor. Also, I have a lot of pleasure to teach my native language and help people to enlarge their horizons and be more open minded.
I'm a qualified lawyer and a Masters of Law student at Queen Mary University of London. I have won three international prizes for stories written in French. I have also won a Best Speaker award for a pleading I've done in French. I teach the beautiful- but difficile!- language of Moliere in a creative and useful way, in accordance with the needs of each student.
I love Classics and have extended my teaching of the subject to using ancient mythology to improve literacy in local primary schools. My GCSE and A level results go up to A* at both GCSE and A level.
Druing my time as a student and after completeing the IB Diploma programme, i dedicated my time to give lessons to school pupils on History and Spanish Languague and Literature as well as other minor subjects such as ESS, Anthropology, and English literature.
I have a relaxed approach and try to have fun, but I do expect my students to work hard and do their homework. I also expect students to prepare for every lesson. My classes are student centred and I will therefore expect students to come prepared to participate fully. I will make the lessons as varied and interesting as possible.
My teaching approach is different the average. I have struggled with concentrating my entire educational career, but have discovered different fun and engaging techniques and tricks to maintain focus and retain material and I would like to teach and share these with my students.
I am currently pursuing an MSc in Neuroscience at Kings College London. I teach English and Science to school students aged 10-14 as well as adults interested in these subjects, including creative writing.
I am a Midwifery student at the University of York, and have recently completed my A levels. English has always been a strong subject for me, particularly with spelling and grammar. I am happy to help in any which way you believe will benefit you, whether that be proof read, spell check, support you with grammar or help explain various aspects of literature and language.
I am a lateral thinker focussed not only on great results but in engendering a fascination and understanding of literature's connection to wider culture. I strive to connect the students' interests with the material they encounter, in order to foster deep and long-lasting connections.
I have been teaching English for the past 3 years teaching within Spain. I have taught many different age ranges from children to adults. I have taught Cambridge certificate students to help students prepare for IELTS exams.
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