I like to engage the student and build a positive relationship with them. Following the set curriculum and preparing for exams is very important, as is writing essays for practice or for coursework. So is aiming to genuinely understand the subject matter and to engage in critical thought and explore around the subject. On top of this having fun while doing so is vital.
I am an undergraduate who has taught English (at all levels), Mathematics and Art for international students of all ages. I am a very flexible, calm and understanding individual who can adapt to the student's style to get the best grades.
I am a sixth form student who has recently done my GCSEs and so my teaching method will be based on understanding individual the individual students' strengths and ares of improvement. My particular focus will be the analysis within English.
On the basis of my qualifications and experience, I am confident that I can be a great tutor. Because, I regard myself as a key communicator. I have a passion to help students that have learning needs. I feel that I can make an impact into the lives of students. I have interest and skills that will help give learners a range of experiences.
What are the student’s goals? What does the student find difficult? Do particular areas need attention (e.g., for exams?) The first session will assess preexisting knowledge, and from there I will produce a plan with the student on areas to be worked on.
I am a firm believer in practical application and discussion around texts - poetry, novels, films etc. - is the way to gain knowledge and understanding that YOU can apply to exams and essays. I am an understanding and patient tutor.
Hello, my name is Jessica and I am currently a third year university student. I am looking to help other students who may be in the same situation I was in a few years ago when I was struggling with my GCSE's and also my A levels. I am here to help you succeed and make you feel more confident and relaxed with your work.
I teach GCSE and A Level English Literature, language and creative writing for all ages. I structure my lessons specifcally for individual students so that we can focus on their weaknesses and work together to improve their skills. I adapt my lesson plans for the students learning abilities and will respond to how they learn information and skills best - e.g.
I want to help my students gain confidence in their writing skills and their ability to interpret and analyse texts. The most important part of study is gaining a passion and appreciation for your subject; this helps you gain key skills and pass exams. I will lay a good groundwork on exam techniques as well as encouraging questions and exploration of literature.
My approach will depend on the group or the individual I'm teaching - I'll do a SWOT and analyse your learning need and we shall work on that together.
I am able to teach one-on-one or in groups, and make lessons enjoyable and engaging with younger students. I will regularly monitor progress, and where suitable provide homework to ensure effective results. My experience as a tutor allows me to effectively engage with a variety of students and offer a wealth of resources to a number of subjects.
I believe creating a love for learning is essential to enjoy and achieve. My lessons are creative, fun and tailored to individual student's needs and I have a lot of experience working in the primary age range plus building up towards SATs.
I'm a student, studying Religion, Politics and Society at the University of Leeds. I give lessons to school aged students in both English and Politics. These can be geared towards a general understanding or can be exam focused, depending on what is required.
Patient, friendly and fun teaching style. Can offer support and advice on blogging and online content creation for students and young professionals as well as helping adults and teenagers improve reading and writing skills.
My teaching method is largely based around the fact that I have recently finished my A Levels and therefore have had years of revising, note-making and essay writing. I find that English is most enjoyable when taught in an interactive way. My aim is to encourage students to engage with the writing so that they are able to transfer this engagement to exams etc.
Classes are flexible to suit individual needs, but will largely be based closely on textual analysis and essay construction/practice to help the student achieve high marks while also focusing on improving the analytical, academic approach to work. Available to work alongside pupil's school work if required.
My teaching method aims to suit the needs of the individual! Every child learns differently and i think it is important to incorporate this into teaching methods.
An experienced secondary school teacher who makes lessons challenging but achievable with reachable goals and opportunities for progress and success
My teaching method is personalised to the needs of the individual, this means that no two sessions with different students will be the same. I will work with you to design a learning experience that works on specific targets to meet your goals.
Note: I do NOT offer lessons via webcam, there isn't a relevant option for me to tick. My methods of teaching are casual and steady to begin with, as I believe that any improvement in English as a whole should be encouraged with use of a friendly, conversational step-by-step approach to the language.
I believe in making maths fun for everyone! Lots of interactive games and methods; most importantly lots of support when required!
I offer lessons to both native English speakers studying literature at school or university, as well as foreign students who need assistance writing in English. I can use Skype to conduct face-to-face question-and-answer lessons, and will also provide detailed analysis and critique of essays via email.
My name is Valentina D'Amore , contact me at (concealed information) , (concealed information)3 Giving English lessons to children of any age until the age of 18 I am a very patient person who seeks to find the fun in the work and will always try to push someone to achieve the best they can.
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.
My teaching method is based on filling in missing knowledge that students are unsure of and provide detailed explanations as well as summarised overviews of different aspects of the texts. I will give real-life examples and relevant context with each text studied. I specialise in Macbeth, Blood Brothers, A Christmas Carol and the Love and Relationships cluster from the AQA poetry anthology.
My teaching method is to engage students within a range of activities - reaffirming core English concepts such as grammar and building on prior skills in order to be able to engage and understand the text/task at hand. Homework is set every lesson enabling the student to self-mark work with my assistance at the beginning of each lesson.
I think quite unique part of my tutoring is not just a focus on grades but hopefully a greater appreciation of the works you might be studying - they only way you are going to get great grades and it not to feel like pulling teeth is simply to enjoy it - and that really is the main thing! I've a profound love for literature, and books, and poems, and drama, and I'd love to help you gain a...
I like to base my lessons around the student's needs. So, if you were to tell me that you struggle with close reading or language features, I would design a set of lessons that will introduce the basic concepts and then work towards an A* grade answer. I would like to spend some time with my students in order to completely understand their needs and the way they learn.
I am able to give lessons to students up to A-level, as this is the level to which I studied; I have no preference for topics, however poetry is my passion. Due to the abstract nature of literature, I prefer to begin lessons by encouraging a student to provide me with their own interpretation of a piece of writing (Eg. what do the blue curtains signify here).
I am a student at The University of Leeds, studying linguistics and philosophy. I am also a self- employed tutor at Wiseowls Learning where I have been teaching maths and English to primary and secondary school students for the last four years. I also teach both subjects at GCSE level and have really helped all my students to develop in these areas.
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