I base my topic on a variety of things, I like to start off with the basics to see what you are with, and then I get on to the more complex stuff.
Ideally, 1.5hr weekly one-on-one sessions with ten-minute breaks in the middle. I'm a big advocate or practise makes perfect, so tend to focus on completing past-papers over and over.
My teaching method is a combination of blended learning,role play and debate. In addition to this,collaboration and scaffolding learning are the strategies employed in a group setting. Each topic is approached by outlining the aims and the expected learning outcome. Furthermore, questioning techniques and observation are some of the methods I use in assessing learning.
The content of my lessons can be differentiated depending on the needs of the individual or group learners. As a tutor/teacher I believe I am fun, friendly and approachable and always ensure that my lessons are well-planned, support students progression and are engaging.
I teach in a play , way method in class room , from easy to difficult topics clear the basic concept , read the subject matter , and test them often to know their adaptability of the topic thought.
I base my classes on interaction and making sure every student understands what I am trying to express. There needs a lot of reading done for literature and I expect students to have read a brief background on the topic to be discussed.
I would like to teach History and Politics up to university level, and English Literature and Language to A-Level. My approach to teaching is very individual focussed. I like to give students the time to ask me what they require.
I base my classes depending on what my students are either learning in school or, what they are learning in school. My teaching methods are based on how my amazing English teachers teach me with, in which I have learned a lot from.
I aim to make my sessions as interactive as possible and have a variety of teaching strategies that encourage the children to stay engaged. Where I can I like to incorporate the child's interests to our sessions as I feel this can help to increase engagement levels. My sessions are individual to the child that I am working with and I will develop activities that suit and challenge them.
My teaching methodology is student led; which is broadly encompasses methods of teaching that shifts the focus on instruction from teacher to the student. This method also helps student to be heard and it strengthens a sense of connectedness to their own learning.
My teaching methodology is based on my observation from the group of students or individual i am going to foster. Whereas everyone learn different and by observing at first, it will allow me to identify the different learning style that each individual has. Hence, teaching and learning will be easier for both teacher and the student(s).
I tailor all teaching to the learner - we all learn in different ways, and I am confident delivering lessons to aural, oral and kinaesthetic learners.
I like to use approachable methods, as I am aware that it is difficult to learn with an overly strict and harsh teacher. Lessons will be made fun in order to engage you as a learner and ensure that you get the best out of the lesson, making sure that you look forward to the next lesson and learn in a way that is suited to you as the learner.
I will give lessons to those who need it, however preferably people younger than 15. In order to teach them to the point of improvement to mine and their satisfaction I will either colour code the level that they are on(for younger or new to English students) or use h,l,a (higher, lower and average) accompanied by what level I think they are at.
As a university student, it’s important to create a basic structure to follow to allow the brain to process efficiently. For this reason, I will approach each topic by explaining what we want to achieve, followed by an interactive lesson then a small test to conclude what you have learned. I adapt to each individual, so each lesson would be unique.
I am happy to base my lessons around what you need help on most. I am flexible in terms of how you prefer to learn, and can try different ways of teaching if certain methods are easier for you. If you need help with English (Literature/Language) or Religious Studies (Philosophy/Ethics), I will do my best to teach you in a way that will enable you to understand clearly and easily.
I pride myself on building relationships and really getting to know the person im educating. I will always take time to listen to a persons needs/wants and then base my approach in accordance with this.
My teaching method is working to the pace of the individual child, making sure they are comfortable. I believe there is no point pushing a child to excel if they don't know the basics.
I asses the child’s individual needs and teach accordingly. Start with the basics and move forward. I work according to the national curriculum.
I believe that students learn best when they are enjoying their lesson; therefore I always try and make my lessons fun and engaging, as well as including colour and creativity. I focus my lessons around what students struggle with, rather than revisiting things they are already confident in.
My aim is to tailor the lesson to you. If you are learning English, but you have a mathematical brain, I will modify my lesson plan to teach you formulas to write an outstanding essay. My method puts your learning style at the centre and I will work hard to plan a lesson that works for you.
I give lessons to those studying at both GCSE and A-Level. I'm a friendly person and therefore like for lessons to be informal and relaxed, whereby I can tutor the student on a more personal level than may be found in a classroom.
I believe in encouraging kids to think for themselves. Especially since English and literature is based on the individual interpretation of text, I focus on imparting the necessary skills needed rather than on getting the right answer. My aim is to encourage kids to be more confident when proving/defending their interpretations of texts.
The first thing I do before teaching the student is that I try to personally connect with the individual first, find out their strengths and weaknesses. From then, I attempt to provide learning by basing the learning materials on where they need the most help with.
My teaching method is essentially finding out what the student currently knows, find out what they would like to learn and working on that. Initial detailed discussion would take place to discuss students needs so I can make a plan accordingly.
English can be a challenging subject, but my teaching philosophy is to break it into smaller chunks and PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE until it becomes second nature! If you are Clevedon-based, the lessons can take place at your house or in a local café if you prefer.
I listen to the needs of each person and tailor the lessons to your learning style. I start with a text you already love, and build on this to help you gain skills and confidence in your writing.
I believe English is a great subject to learn through tutoring because it's about interpretation, and each person does that individually. The starting place is understanding how each of my students currently interacts with their work, and then creating a personal plan that works to their strengths, based on the relevant mark schemes and the demands of the exam board.
I believe in tailoring my methodology to the learning style of my student. I can tutor from primary through to A level English as well as English related subjects. I can help with close reading and analysis, essay structure, and much more. Most of all I try to get students to engage with reading because enthusiasm is so important and will produce much higher grades.
My teaching method depends on the student, whether they learn more effectively in a creative manner such as mind maps, flash cards or even making a rhyme, or students who learn by listening and making notes. I studied both creative ways and non creative to determine which was more effective for me. Lessons would be an hour long and would go at the pace suited for the student.
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