I teach literary analysis through exercises in practical criticism, enhancing the student's confidence in their own analytic skills and judgements. Every lesson I teach is completely bespoke - tailored precisely to the needs of the individual student.
my teaching method is to incorporate fun into learning. and though that may seem like an overused saying, I really try and do it. having gone through the situation of not understanding teachers myself, I know what its like, and know how to overcome it. trust me.
My teaching method varies in age group, year group, group lesson and individual lesson. I tend to take the first lesson relaxed and get to know my students well and build a fun and useful lesson to provide the best service also give me the chance to evaluate my student- this gives me an insight on how I should approach them and teach.
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.
I have a holistic teaching style that places equal emphasis on results and process. I believe that education should be an enjoyable and inspiring experience, so put a great deal of thought into how to make any subject fun and rewarding.
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.
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.
I love to help people learn how to understand how to analyse and understand what writers are trying to achieve.Equally I want to help students express themselves most clearly and appropriately. I can help prepare for exams in terms of strategy as well as mastering the curriculum.
I approach each topic individually and, depending on the level of the student, focus on their strengths whilst slowly incorporating what they are less confident in doing into what they like to learn. My lessons will always have an aim and will always have some fun mixed in.
I believe in a pupil-led approach to teaching, whether that be through 1 to 1 tuition or in a class of 30. This means I must work out who all of my pupils are as learners before I can consider suitable teaching practices. These practices should then be designed in accordance with pupils' specific areas of difficulty, and be delivered in ways that work for the pupil.
My teaching method is providing an easy way of learning using simple notes, I base my classes on the topics they need help with and the way that they learn best in order to ensure that they feel satisfied with the session
Writing an essay, especially under exam conditions, can be quite daunting! I want to try and take away some of the stress, by approaching English coursework and exams in a straightforward, methodical way, which will definitely enable you to succeed.
I'd like to be able to help adults or teenagers, like myself, feel more confident in Public Speaking and Creative Writing. Often, teenagers I know think that they're not good at English or Public Speaking and believe they won't ever be.
I am an undergraduate politics student at a London university, and aiming to help younger students in my area of strength: English, both Literature and Language. For younger students, such as KS2 and KS3, I will be able to advise on mark schemes and generally instruct on any homework's or tasks that are given.
Hi there! I'm in my first year of univeristy studying English and my passion for the language and literature has led me here. I teach students from a primary to A level education and I believe a relaxed environment where we can learn about each other as well as having structured lessons is imperative to having a successful learning experience.
I provide inspiring and professional tutoring for primary, 11+, GCSE & A-Level English Literature and Language. We will work on literacy, comprehension, understanding texts, poetry, creative writing, exam curriculum and all other aspects of your course to achieve the best results when it comes to exam time.
Every topic or module is broken into manageable chunks. When you inform me of your end goal, we will work together to make this happen in logical steps, using resources suited to your learning style and preferences. If you feel the pace is too fast or slow, I adjust accordingly.
I am skilled at meeting each pupil where they currently are in their progress with English, from where we move forward. My students typically develop a new enjoyment and satisfaction with English Literature and Language, as I am able to explain things to them that they've struggled or been dissatisfied with. Usually, we generate laughter, fun, and inspiration in our sessions together.
I aim to tackle the assessment criterias to achieve top marks but also preparing you to preform above and beyond.
I believe in stimulating the potential of the individual - "Give a man a fish, and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he will eat for the rest of their life." I follow a critically minded engagement with work, especially with subjects within the Humanitarian disciplines. Encouraging one to think for themselves, for me, is the most important facet of a well rounded education.
I am a student (A level) and I give lessons to secondary school GCSE students. Brief outline of a lesson: We'd focus on the texts that you are focusing on in school, to make sure you have a good understanding outside of the classroom. A warm up task which would vary lesson to lesson.
My aim is to build confidence in my tutees, by developing in them, key skills and a complete understanding of the necessary concepts and ideas for their subject level. I tutor English at GCSE and A-Level, as well as for entrance exams like the 11+. I pride myself on my close reading skills and offer proofreading services, with experience editing peoples work from KS2 to MA level.
An experienced teacher of English, I have been rated as "outstanding" by Ofsted and have worked as Head of Department and Lead Practitioner within an inner city secondary school. I am an enthusiastic and committed tutor and have supported several students throughout their secondary school studies.
My teaching method is to approach things simply, beginning with the basics and build up slowly but surely to the next level. I also find repetition helps students remember what they've learnt, so excessive exercises of repeating certain topics is vital.
My goal as a teacher is to help you with your unique struggles as a student. I approach each student as an individual and tailor classes to help you reach your maximum potential. I am patient, and will try a different approach if you do not understand me the first time. Bring me what you are concerned about in your studies and I will help you.
My teaching methodology is to identify each pupils' strengths and weaknesses in order to target their potential and work on that. Every child is different thus it is vital to teach every child differently in order to maximise their grades.
I use the communicative method, rich storytelling and powerful associations. Students are motivated to reach their own conclusions, develop fresh ideas, use arguments to defend their theses in a relaxed atmosphere in order to achieve the best results. I'm open, friendly and easy to connect.
Nathaniel gives lessons to students of junior high schools and above. For my five years of teaching, I always adopt a student centered approach to the delivery of my lessons. I always give detailed explanations to every lesson and also make sure that my explanations are well understood before I continue.
Lessons will be catered to suit you, whether you want professional feedback on your fiction, non-fiction, poetry, or screenwriting. Whether you need your creativity to be jump started through fun writing exercises or whether you want to know where to start in the world of literature and poetry, your needs will be the focus of the session.
Basically, the most important thing to start learning a language is to know words and meaning. I approach my teaching by reading a short story, then find the difficult words by students , then make the example of the each word in sentence. That is how the brain function to remember the words and exercise.
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