My teaching method was learning by doing. I let my student do their task before revealing and discussing the lesson.
My teaching is based on the enrichment of vocabulary with the introduction of grammar to build fluency. I devote considerable time to conversational practice using different scenarios to create the need for vocabulary and grammar to be used. I encourage students to read the language, initially advertisements, then small newspaper articles followed by books.
I believe each person has a unique way of learning, my job will be to find out which is the best way of learning for you and the cater your classes towards that. For example if you learn best through watching something (visual) I can make videos for you.
I base my teaching methods on the needs of the individual student I have worked with non-English speaking students before and tailor make every lesson to suit the individual. My sessions are often more activity structure than book structured.
My teaching method consists of doing exercises based on different topics ranging from creative writing to poetry. I base my lessons on reading as well as annotating different texts from books or plays. I make sure my students enjoy what they are studying by relating their hobbies/interests to the subject. Example.
I like teaching English in primary school as the students can be very creative in their writing and are free to use their imaginations. I have been studying the Read, Write, Ink method for teaching phonics in Key Stage 1.
I have a masters degree in Education and Pedagogy from The University of Goldsmiths, London. I am currently in my third year as a qualified teacher and I have past experience tutoring across core and humanities subjects from early years to upper key stage 2.
Patience, explanation, encouragement and praise, even for the smallest of improvements. New students often gain confidence as they study . I encourage students to talk about their work. Also, to make considered observations on the texts that we'll be studying.
I approach each client by understanding their needs and learning styles. This enables me to design effective, personalised tuition which meets the needs of my pupils. Through combining my extensive knowledge of the English curriculum with a deep understanding of how students learn I am able to provide extremely successful tuition for each of my clients.
I mark the students work and give specific feedback which they can improve on. I am able to solve any problems students have in areas of study they don’t understand and able to correct them effectively. I first investigate areas of weakness of students by setting different tasks which look at the effectiveness in different areas of English e.g.
My techniques and methods will consist of spending quality one to one time with students enabling me to help them with any topics or questions they find difficult as I believe the more time you spend with a student the better they will benefit in the long term.
My teaching method is quite flexible as I have experiences in teaching different learners from kids to teenagers and adults. My philosophy is that the goal of teaching is the use of language in real life. As a result, when teaching language, I focus on speaking and take other skills to support conversation.
I approach each learner and their needs individually, always meeting with prospective clients to discuss their aims and goals, strengths and weaknesses, prior to beginning lessons. I believe that learning should be fun, individual and creative - taking place in a supportive environment.
My preferred method is question-based; I feel that it is important for teachers and students to start by figuring out where a student's strengths and weaknesses are, so that focused tuition can address those areas where the student needs to apply the most work.
I set a lot of tasks to do so that the student can practice. After all, practice makes it perfect. I will start by seeing how skillful they are and teach the structures for essays. Also, I will test them and time them - for the poetry as well as students normally find it challenging.
I am a Literature undergraduate providing lessons for GCSE and A Level students. My technique would consist of firstly asking students to make sure all novels/poems/ plays under study have been read (at least once) so their own impressions can be formed without the need to analyse at all.
I am moving to Limoges, France for 5 months in order to improve my basic level of French. I hope to be able to encourage and tutor anyone who needs a bit of help in English and/or proof reading for any essays or exams. I give lessons to those with a basic level of English and want to improve, or those hoping to focus their skills.
Hello! I aspire to be a teacher one day but am currently studying A-Levels. I am very friendly and passionate about teaching so i am sure me and your child will get along so it can be the best learning environment.
I plan to assess how well your child reads aloud, work on improving that and on your child understanding what is read in order to build a wider vocabulary. My goal is for your child to be able to read internally and aloud with confidence.
Although most tutors are bland and tend to follow a script, I prefer to adapt to the child's specific needs, using videos, printing challenging worksheets and heeding to the child's own preferences. Efficient and organised, I make my lessons fun and engaging.
I'm French native girl who wants to become French Teacher. I have A level of Literacy and Bachelor Degree in History. I have a passion for French history and culture. I have been teaching as Tutor for 2 years. My main duty is to help my student to get a strong knowledge of French grammar, vocabulary, and culture. I use different media tools such as videos, newspaper, etc.
VARK questionnaire is how I start off, then I move on to how the student feels they learn best, pre assessments and activities to determine the learners knowledge in the subject. The learning style can change in due course. This can be done online, in person, at my home, or at a local library etc.
My teaching method is based on questions, and working through them to give the examiner the answers they want. This ensures any gaps in knowledge are filled, by giving the students my own made notes for the main exam boards and improving exam technique.
My lessons are student-centered and aimed to meet their learning needs. Lessons are supported with past papers and extra materials, aimed to cover all the areas students may need to practice on and/or revise. My methodology adapts according to each student's school syllabus and curriculum to prepare them the best way possible for their subject.
My lessons are known for their relaxed nature using humour as well as hard work to achieve each child's educational goals. Most of my lessons are 45 minutes long (£36) and I am a one minute walk from Brighton Station. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Hello. I am a dyslexia tutor covering phonics, phonological awareness, reading development, spelling development and handwriting.
I am an experienced and qualified special needs teacher and assessor of adults and children with SpLD/dyslexia. I teach, administer dyslexia screening and tests for exam access arrangements. I have trained with the National Handwriting Association. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Study skills Assistive technology Dyslexia Dyspraxia SEN Handwriting Literacy - Tell me about your qualifications.
Personalised, fun and engaging. Rapid but sustainable progress for every students and increased confidence in reading, writing and general communication skills. Friendly, helpful and flexible. I believe the key to success is to ensure learning is fun, engaging and centered on the interests of the student. Get in touch for a chat about your requirements.
My English lessons are in depth and you will come out being more confident with your English. I provide comprehensive detail as well as in depth feedback with your work. My lessons are relatable, exciting and personal.
I like to approach topics slowly and thoroughly to make sure everyone understands.
I am a former primary school Headteacher and OFSTED Inspector. I work with primary aged pupils that are borderline 11+ candidates. I also help SEN and older students who require additional support. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths, English, 11+ and amazing techniques for improving your child's brain power and memory skills.
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