My teaching method is very visual with PowerPoint which are very eye catching to make sure that all of the information is easy to understand. I would base my lessons on the exam board that you are study to make sure we study the correct poetry and literature.
I give lessons to GCSE and A Level students studying for qualifications in English Language and English Literature. I am known for my relaxed yet attentive teaching style, and I understand the importance of creating a safe and open environment with the student in order that academic success can be comfortably attained.
During my tutoring sessions I aim to provide a stimulating learning environment and to facilitate my students’ academic development. The key to this sustained progress, in my opinion, is maintaining high expectations of them and myself. In my sessions I always look to share the learning objectives based on student’s personal needs and provide constructive feedback.
I have extensive experience and success in literacy intervention with a specialism in handwriting improvement, spelling, reading and comprehension improvement. I currently work at Dyffryn Comprehensive School with Years 7 and 8. I promote reading to improve learning and run intervention lessons in reading and comprehension skills, handwriting and spelling.
My teaching method is very interactive and I look for the student to test themselves. I base each of my lessons on something the student would like or needs to improve on and I always set some homework to monitor improvement.
I think teaching should be a shared experience between teacher and pupil, and should open up discussions and insight into various other topics in addition to the particular one it is addressing. With literature in particular, so much of the subject is based on having a good think or conversation about the texts to improve how you read it and what you end up writing about it.
Sessions are tailor-made to meet each student's needs (e.g. pace, learning style, areas for learning that require attention etc). A relaxed approach with a sense of humour enables students to develop both skills and confidence. I mainly focus on KS1 and KS2 level of skills and knowlege because if the fundamental skills are not secure this can impact on further learning.
I make my teaching interactive and relevant and exam focused if appropriate. I endeavour to impart a can do attitude.
I am available to teach anyone from primary school through to college and will personalise lessons to suit my individual students. I am very patient and well organised and prepare a variety of tasks and ideas to help improve your grades.
I begin with what their struggles are and continue on from there. The activities are fun and helpful! I can connect with the children easily and effectively so that they feel at ease in the sessions. I will be light-hearted so that the children can achieve the help and kindness that they need with their work.
I work professionally as a Bookseller, where I have taken my passion for Literature and continued to develop my knowledge of contemporary and classical texts. My teaching methods are very much based around knowledge sharing: I love discussing and exploring subjects with my students, to inspire creative, idea based learning.
I will tutor anyone up to A-Level age, regardless of ability. My priority is in boosting a student's confidence and helping them to develop their skills - it's more than exams (although of course we'll work on those skills if desired), it's about sustainable learning that truly prepares you for the future.
My teaching method is making sure that my students understand what is going on so writing things on a board and explaining it to them. This is how I do it when people come over to me when needed help with specific subjects. When I had taught dance in the past I made sure that I had danced in front of them and done the move before I told them to do it.
Before beginning I will ask my pupils what they've been struggling with in class; then following the curriculum we will look over the hardest parts and perfect them. I will give out homework; however it won't be too demanding to compete with classwork.
Looking to tutor from Secondary upwards to undergraduate degree level in areas of History.
I approach each topic by considering contexts that are familiar to the children but still can be applied to the focus of the sessions, using books that they would enjoy reading to try and make it both enjoyable and educational at the same time.
I will encourage students' wider interest in their subject. I am a conscientious tutor, and so I will offer tools to help students find success in examinations and coursework. I think there are certain techniques that are difficult to grasp at first with English, and I would help tutees to develop the analytical and evaluative skills necessary.
My teaching method is based on the students preferences as it can be tailored to suit the students best style of learning; depending on the students goals I can provide extra lessons based on any weak areas within the subject,covering all the assessment objectives (specifically AO3) and going over past papers.
I will teach anybody who is willing to listen and follow my advice on how to pass National 4, 5 and Higher English. I will have a relaxed, honest and open mined approach to teaching. I have Dyspraxia myself and understand studying can be difficult for those of with Additional Support Needs and will not have any issues with taking on students with similar needs.
My sole focus is to teach the contents of the curriculum, to help give students a little extra support if they require. I can help with homework, or offer support in any area which needs improvement. Therefore, working with children from the ages of 4-11. Previous lessons have included phonics, reading lessons, maths based lessons and much more.
The thing that parents and students must realise when approaching studies for GCSEs, is that the most important thing is the exam. I have seen very clever and talented students who love the subject do very poorly on the exam because they did not keep the exam in mind when studying. Therefore my approach in these lessons will always be centered around the exam.
I am a hardworking, motivated individual dedicated to giving students a helpful and fun way of learning. I have good GCSE and A Level qualifications and a university bachelors degree in History. I will work with students from 11+ up to GCSE and A Level. I aim to use official textbooks to structure the lessons and add my own techniques which I found useful to use as a student.
My teaching method is to first explain the topic to the child and make brief notes they can later refer to for revision purposes. Then I will have them attempt questions on the topic and see which area is their weakness/ spot what they don't understand. I will then go over this in detail and try another set of questions. I will also set homework and go over this at the start of the next lesson.
I base my classes on the weaknesses of the student and what they would particularly like to improve on and therefore, I allow the student to take full control on their learning in an empowering manner. I also aim to motivate the student and encourage them to reach their fullest potential.
I mostly teach older students (mature adults) to enable them to be a good functional part of society. I usually let the student tell me the area they are struggling with or want us to focus on, then we tackle it head on.
Although I have never personally taught a class, I have been tutoring my siblings for years and have always kept a calm and approachable manner, I believe it is important to show the student that they are not wrong, but need direction and a different approach to looking at things in order to help them make sense of the situation.
I have finished my GCSE's and have a long summer break. I would like to tutor younger students based on my GCSE experience. I achieved a grade 9 (A*) in both my mock exams in English.
My teaching method is relaxed and friendly. I hope to tailor any tutoring to the individual needs of the student, and help them to gain a theoretical understanding of the practical skills they need to succeed academically in English at a variety of levels.
I offer one to one focussed, personalised tuition for children in key stage 1, 2 and 3. My services include: Exam preparation, extra help in English and Maths and confidence building. I pride myself in helping children build skills and develop a resilient attitude to learning. Your child will be assessed and provided with a personalised learning plan.
I like to teach in an interactive way, engaging in dialogue with students to promote understanding of core principles which we then apply to specific case studies. I think this method helps students better understand the heart of learning and understanding, so that they can apply principles universally, rather than simply memorize answers.
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