My teaching methodology is definitely more of a student-centerer approach where instead of acting as an authority figure I try my best to come onto a similar level of those I teach and cooperate with them as an individual learner, using the tactics and teaching approaches that work for them as individuals.
I love to work with children as individuals to help them flourish and perform to the best of their ability. In my professional life, I have run writing workshops for both adults and children and find closely working with students to complete a piece of work of achieve a set goal very fulfilling.
I like to take assessment before start teaching so I can know what level child stands on. I prepare my own resources according to the assessment. I believe on practise more on each topic and then move on to the next topic. After every topic, I take a test.
I have a proven track record with aiding children to pass their phonics screening check and KS1 SATs and believe that with the right support every child can succeed. Children learn best when having fun, therefore I know a vast array of games that can be used to help children to learn, remember and succeed.
No two students are the same and so I am very flexible in my approach to teaching. My sessions typically include plenty of visual aids and a lot of gesturing to help students with remembering. Building children's confidence is key in their success so I typically include a lot of praise and show pupils where they are making progress.
I have experience of leading degree level courses and Contextual and Critical studies. I teach essay and dissertation writing, developing highly transferable skills in the areas of research, analysis, synthesis of information, development of ideas and the construction of an argument and conclusion.
As a qualified teacher I understand that all lessons require a structure. I believe this structure requires to be tailored around the student just as much as for myself. I love making my lessons fun and memorable rather than your straight forward 'answer these questions on page 10'. I always ensure the work is suitable for the individual student and can easily differentiate it when required.
I offer hour-long lessons which can either be directed by the student, where you bring me what you are struggling with and we tackle these issues head on together, or you can tell me what you are studying and I can look into your syllabus and prepare structured lessons around this to best prepare you for examination.
Lessons will focus on covering critical areas required for the exam from the syllabus, as well as exam techniques. I also wish to impart on my students the value of treating academic study as an opportunity for personal development so that they can become confident, employable and well-rounded individuals.
My teaching methdodology is highly based on motiviational learning. Motivation for learning a skill is fundamental to learning the skill. If you do not want to learn something, then chances are you won't! My teaching style is enthusiastic, and energetic. I want to inspire you to learn, or improve your English. Therefore, the lessons I give are full of movement, creative tasks, and discussion.
I approach each subject based on your level of academia and then through sessions we shall build upon your experience of what you already know.
My teaching method is fairly relaxed - our first intro session will comprise of a short assessment so I can get a sense of where the student is, and then a casual chat to establish what the student's own aims are. From there I'll establish a flexible tutoring plan that can be deviated from if the student feels like there are areas that need specific attention (e. g.
My teaching methods will be very easy and consist of tools that you need in the world as well as the exams. I will make the teaching fun and simple. Therefore, the things you never thought were simple, now seem simple.
I will be teaching children aged 5-7 phonics, reading and writing, depending on the what the needs of the child are. I teach to the National Curriculum starting from where the child's learning is. I would assess the child to see where their starting point is and teach from there, assessing their progress from time to time.
I believe learning is best facilitated by engagement and discussion. Each lesson will follow a loose model: For Literature lessons: -A discussion about the primary text being studied. -A short critical reading related to the primary text. -Discussion about the critical reading, and the primary text. For Creative Writing: -A short reading about the topic (ie.
I hold a masters degree in English literature passed with merit and am very passionate about the subject. I also write fiction and poetry. Lesson will be done via webcam and email. I specialise in 19th century literature but gave a vast knowledge of most areas.
As an experienced writer and all round creative type, I believe the key to any good writing or art is overcoming your own inner critic, and trusting you will find your own voice and style; which my methods will prove with fast results! I write in a variety of mediums, including fiction, journals, articles, dissertations and poetry (to name a few.
I specialise in creative writing and offer lessons to primary and secondary school students. For these lessons I use writing games to help them with assignments and exams that require a creative writing element. I believe that a measured, patient approach to teaching is the most effective and can adapt my methods for a wide range of abilities.
In my experience, every learner is different. The first thing I will do is communicate with you in depth about your needs (level, exam board, the way you learn, if you have any specific requirements). My techniques and methods will vary depending on what you're looking for, but I do like to have lots of resources that you take away with you.
My name is Sarah Lipton. I have a BA Honours Degree in History, a Postgraduate Diploma in English Literature, a certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and a Licentiate Acting Diploma. Also, I have numerous awards in speech and drama, such as a Gold Medal in Public Speaking and Grade Eight certificates in Reading and Oral Communication.
Hi, my name is Marie, and I have a level 4 qualification in teaching. My experience enables me to work from 11 years + all the way up to adult learning in a wide range of subjects. Specialist areas include: Exam techniques and coaching Teaching english literature and language, Effective reading & writing ( essays, critical evaluations, etc), Effective revision for memory exams.
From 2014-2016, I tutored first-year English at Rhodes University, South Africa, and also lectured third-year English in the final year of my Master's. In the first half on 2017 I worked for a private tutoring company called Brightsparkz, and tutored a number of secondary school students and second language adults.
Hello there! Be it putting letters together for the first time to form a word, or working with complicated writing assignments, I have both experience and ability to help. I am passionate about helping people of all ages newly understand concepts with which they have long struggled.
I am an English Language and Literature undergraduate student at the Univerisity of Birmingham who achieved all A's in their A-Levels. I am able to help you or your child improve their English Language or English Literature results through working together and setting simple essay questions and activities based on how best you / your child learns.
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Hi, I'm an experienced primary school teacher who has spent the last 22 years working across the primary age range. I'm used to getting good results including with children who have EAL and additional needs. I will ensure my teaching is tailor-made to be as unique as you are.
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 graduate with a passion to teach and inspire others through my specialist knowledge in both Art and English. Working as an arts Ambassador for the university, creating tutorials and volunteering as a workshop assistant gave me the opportunity to teach various age groups. This has inspired me to pursue a career in teaching and private tuition.
I am a student of Master's in Creative Writing at Northumbria University with a Bachelor's degree in English Literature from India. I give lessons in English, grammar, reading, writing and Literature. My lesson structure is generally simple and precise with instructions about grammar and writing techniques.
I'm 19 and am looking to improve my skills and earn some money while helping people in an area that I am truly interested in. - ENGLISH TUTORING As a native English speaker I can offer an effective and adaptable lesson to anyone of any age with my main aim being to adjust my lessons to the needs of the learner.
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