Hello potential student! My name is Ilona and I am an incredibly friendly, supportive and qualified tutor with lots of expereince working with students online! Lesson plans can vary depending on the student's individual needs. Below are some of the things I can help with (but feel free to ask about others): - academic writing (at all levels - BA, Ph.D, etc.
I am friendly and patient. While teaching, I inspire, motivate students to get best out of them. I use lot of practical examples to make learning easy and fun. I use dynamic teaching approach, change my style depending on students ability and requirement.
When it comes to essays and dissertations, my focus is very strongly on plans and structure. I will help you organise your ideas in different parts and sub-parts, and advise and clarity and idea development. I offer two main services: 1 - online sessions to discuss your ideas, how to structure you plan and organise your thoughts, and what you want to say.
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.
I can almost guarantee that your problem is writing, therefore that is my teaching focus. I concentrate on improving your writing and study skills so that you can reach your highest potential. My current students are doing A-Level History; Degree level History, Politics & Sociology; a Masters Degree; and one just going into her PhD in Classics.
I have an organic approach to teaching, depending on the subject and the student. While it is important to guide a student and help them to perform to the best of their ability it is just as essential to pay close attention to the student's needs.
Oliver Delgaram-Nejad is an interdisciplinary (psycholinguistics) PGR at Manchester Metropolitan University. His PhD research examines the composite language and communication phenomena of schizophrenia, as relative to figurative language processing, using experimental psycholinguistic methods; his master's dissertation focused on paralinguistics: blended displays (i.e.
I personalise my teaching so that I provide a unique programme of support catered to your specific needs. As an experienced teacher, I can very quickly identify your areas of strength and aspects which need developing. If you struggle to write essays at University or are writing your personal statement, I can help you improve your skills as well as write succinctly, clearly and accurately.
I place emphasis on meeting the needs of the children and parents/guardians by creating specialised plans and learning frameworks alongside progress charts. It is important to indetify weak areas and to build and develop skills. I focus on teaching in a manner in which the child finds it enjoyable with a positive environment.
I work online with students. Following a brief discussion about the subject of the essay/dissertation, during which we troubleshoot any anxieties the student may have about their work, I read through the work and suggest areas for improvement then, once the student has completed revisions, begin the work of copyediting. I am a fast worker and can help turn a piece of work around to tight deadline.
No two students are the same! I don't have a generic lesson plan that I use. Instead I meet students and draft a tutoring plan during our first meeting. Coming from a linguistics background (linguistics is science of human language), I approach grammar (and by extension, writing) differently than most public school teachers who more than likely hold literature degrees.
I try to understand the student to learn how they interpret information and what the best way is for them to take in information.
My teaching method is always tailored to my specific students, along with what they would like to achieve.
I base my lessons on the person's unique learning style and a range of learning techniques for those with learning disabilities.
I approach my topics in a way that is personable and relevant to each individual student. I choose to assess their level of confidence and what they hope to achieve by asking questions and thoughtfully listening. In addition to this, I prefer to review some of their past work in order to gain a better picture of where their skills currently lie, and where we may work together to improve them.
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 am a strong believer that students must understand the material in order to truly learn it and not just memorize it. I would love to teach students from kindergarten to middle school. I specialize in creative writing.
My teaching method is student led. I listen to what the student wants and needs from the session and help them develop tools to improve. Although I have given lectures, I prefer having dialogue with my students to improve their confidence, going through their work together.
I aim to teach beginners, using my signature teaching method: weird hand-movements and funky dance moves until you understand the language perfectly! It works every time, and you also learn some new skills for Pictionary. I focus on teaching how to speak with confidence (even if you lack the skills at the beginning).
I base my teaching on books being read by students, plus grammatical and spellings aid. I also like to improve student vocabulary and write in a concise and fluent manner.
I prepare a plan for every class that has a targeted learning outcome. I usually have a one or two month plan depending on the subject and I base the learning outcomes based on the time frame. I use as much of interactive learning material as possible and I conduct short quizzes on each topic to make sure the topic has been understood.
My teaching method is very simple. Each child is unique and so my method of teaching varies accordingly. I always encourage two way process where the child will always be given a chance to clear the doubts, given homeworks and conduct lots of discussion in order to understand if the child has understood properly.
I tailored my classes according to the needs of students. I usually teach university level students and those whom are doing English language preparation for entering into the university such as IELTS. I also do proofreading especially for subjects such as English and Business.
My teaching method is learner centered in the sense that I allow the student to construct knowledge for themselves (Constructivist Approach) and I merely act as a guide. By doing this I ensure that the student truly understands what he/she is learning and that 'parrot learning' is avoided.
I approach each topic by course modules, ensuring that every part of the course is covered in preparation for exams. In addition, I can also assist with "problem areas" involving course material, but also necessary skills, such as essay writing, time management during exams and study organisation.
My lessons are for English for ages 7+ up to GCSE level (year 10/11). I aim to use my own skills and knowledge of this subject, along with skills learnt from studying at university doing presentations, to be able to teach and assist young adults in their learning.
I teach a wide range of literacy subjects including english language, literature, poetry, criticism, academic writing and creative writing. My general structure is to break things down. For example, if I were helping a student with a essay that had to be 2,500 words I would first split this up into catagories.
My teaching method is communicative. I help you to develop your skills by building on what you already know. I really enjoy teaching and love seeing my students develop. Lesson structure will depend on what you need and the content focus.
My lessons are specifically catered towards a student's area(s) of weakness they would like to improve on.
I work with students to discover the best way to put ideas into words, not to tell them the "right" or "wrong" way to write. I love hearing how each student draws different meaning from a text, and then helping the student to put those meanings into a written context.
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