I develope lessons based on the students strengths and weaknesses. This information is gathered by getting to know eachother, talking and reading.
I firmly believe children learn when they’re immersed and engaged and having fun. I encourage children to recognise and celebrate their achievements and to use this as a foundation to the learning. Tutoring sessions can be one to one or in small groups. Workshops for parents are available.
Using a relaxed, open style of lesson I encourage students to discuss and explore the subject. Questions are encouraged and answered. students are challenged to ask me questions I will find difficult to answer to get them fully engaged with the topic.
I am a hardworking, caring individual who would like to become a primary school teacher, therefore the level I would be teaching in Primary School. I believe that young children as well as learning should have short regular breaks. Therefore I believe in setting out a lesson as 30 minute work, 10 break.
I can tutor a variety of levels from primary school to undergraduate. Whether you need any extra help with your weekly reading or if you need guidance on how to structure your thesis - I am your first point of call! I have recently graduated from university with a first in English Literature and History, and therefore I am well-qualified in this position and used to interdisciplinary work.
Hi! I am a year 14 college student, currently studying A levels in English Language, Chemistry and History.
I have recently finised my A-Levels. I have studied English Language and Literature and I recieved A/Bs throughout my course. I will give lessons to people in primary, secondary school those doing their GCSE or A-Levels. I would help the student grasp a deeper understanding of the book they are being taught.
I approach the teaching field as very interactively and as participatory as I can. I have mostly taught younger children (5-12 year old), however I would be more than willing to help GCSE/A level students with any applications, studying for exams, or essay planning.
Hello! I am a third year English literature student who lives in Brighton. After my degree, I wish to become a secondary school English teacher as I have a passion for education! I believe that each student is different and it is important to tailor teaching methods and activities to suit how the student learns best.
My approach is to help students develop effective strategies for each exam question and therefore my tutees feel prepared and secure in their success. My strengths are in the IB and A Level and I'm also highly experienced in working with GCSE students, particularly with the latest curriculum specifications.
My teaching method is fun! Learning through games is the best way to learn, it helps you remember better. I like to start my lessons with a quick recap of the previous week and then get straight down to the work that needs doing in a fun, simple way. I will also send you ways to revise and the best methods to learning things.
I teach ESL through full immersion & conversation. I have taught to recent immigrants in the U.S. for two years and abroad in Niger, Georgia, and Taiwan to all ages and skill levels. I specialize in essay writing and applications.
I always start my lessons with a smile, and some music. The most important consideration to be made when learning anything about the English language is the scope and context of what you are studying. No lesson should be longer than half an hour before a break is to be provided, in order to re-wire the brain into learning the maximum capacity it can.
I believe it is important to tailor my lessons to the individual as we all like to learn in different ways. Dialogue and discussion is vital to an enjoyable session as opposed to endless writing down of ideas. I am happy to explain basic reading techniques and then develop these as we progress.
Growing up helping my little brother with his homework made me have a passion for teaching and tutoring, so much so that now I aspire to become a primary school teacher. I love working with children, and am very passionate about making an improvement in their lives.
I am a trainee psychology teacher currently teaching A level students however I spent a year assisting in English classes from KS3-4 and did A level English literature. I will tailor my lessons to students individual needs with a focus on reading, writing, poetry analysis and literature.
- individually tailored lessons for a tutee’s preferred learning techniques and abilities - challenging and motivating lessons, with support in areas that need development
My teaching methods change depending on who I am teaching. For example, when teaching school pupils I tend to follow their school's curriculum in order to provide a useful and practical service that benefits them the most. I give lessons to anyone studying for GCSE, A Level or anything else under a degree level. These are always 1-1 sessions, that go over current lessons in greater detail.
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