I formulate plans and classes focusing on the student's issue with the subject and try and find a solution that personally suits the student. I will constantly be checking and reviewing the student's work in order to ensure their progress.
I teach by assessing the student's individual needs. For example with French, I ascertain whether their weak areas are with reading or writing or oral, and more specifically with grammar or with vocabulary. I then devise teaching plans that will be unique, enjoyable, and instructive for the student and will allow them to achieve their potential.
We cannot know everything, so to be helped where you can should be the first sign to achieving a greater goal. - I base my teaching methods on goal setting and accountability. - I find it best to allow the student to give their prefered way of learning before we get started. - I am exceptionally passionate and patient when it comes to learning.
I am fun loving and empathetic. My lessons are always based on precision teaching and tailored specifically to my students learning style.
I am very flexible as to what you would like to get out of the lessons and my teaching style can be based around the way that you learn the best. This can be through written or oral exercises, practice essays, going over grammar, etc. I am open to giving lessons via the internet.
I intend to give fun, interactive lessons where the children feel comfortable yet challenged.
My passion for teaching is evident; my lessons are fun, well-planned, designed to capture the interest of the student and catered to their individual needs. I am a relatable, reliable and enthusiastic tutor who enjoys supporting children to make progress.
I am a current University student who is offering lessons to GCSE english students. I base my lesson structure around individual learning strengths. The way a student learns differs from person to person and i find it important to take this into account when developing lessons.
My lessons will depend on how the student learns best and what they want to achieve. If it is exam prep this would involve past papers, flash card revision and more depending on what will work best. I am flexible depending on what is required.
My teaching method is highly interactive, I like to engage in discussion, to ensure that the student understands the content well. Additionally, I like to break down the content and provide the student with the essential information needed for success, while showing them the technique needed , thus providing the student with the essential recipe of technique and information , ensuring success.
My teaching is very student orientated and individual; you present me with what you are struggling with and I will assist you however much you need. This is about empowering you and giving you the confidence boost you need in order to succeed.
I am a very friendly, patient person who is willing to learn how you learn best in order to help. I also enjoy making anything I do as fun as possible, so I will try my best to make our lessons engaging.
I focus on the following topic areas: writing, reading and speaking. My initial aim is to teach you the grammar and the vocabulary. I tailor my lessons to target your weak spots and reinforce where you are already skilled at. I also teach English literature, covering the skills on how to analyse a piece of written work.
Would you like to learn more about poetry? Or the difference between whom and who? The perfect pleasure of persuasive alliteration; or giving your CV an overhaul. Degree qualified, with numerous teaching qualifications- we'll open with a mini-quiz or two (no pressure) to figure out which methods we should focus on, to help you learn in the best way.
I take both communicative competence and grammar rather seriously. For younger learners, I tend to focus more on explicit grammar teaching whereas for older and more proficient learners, my focus would be more on how to use language functionally and appropriately.
I teach French at Key Stage 3 and German at Key Stages 3-5. I also work as a Learning Support Teacher, helping students with a variety of Special Educational Needs to achieve their full potential. My methods of instruction will vary on the individual student but will primarily consist of short tasks with clear links to the learning objectives.
I approach my teaching through using the most effective learning techniques that I have spent years learning about (allowing myself to achieve 80% at University so far) and combine this with fun and passion for the topic. I am very patient and have worked with children as a Cabin Leader on a kids camp in America for 3 months.
My teaching method will depend on your learning style. So if you are a visual learner expect graphs, charts and colourful images. If you are a auditory learner, pod casts, and videos are the way to go. No two people learn the same way, so my not make it unique for each person.
My teaching method is to ensure pupils are left confident and certain of their knowledge. I ensure pupils can relate and communicate with the texts they are reading by bringing to life ancient and modern literature.
I am prepared to give lessons to student of all ages up to GCSE level. My teaching methods will be different for all students because each student requires attention in different areas. I will pay attention to the student's pace of study and we will move along from there.
I am able to give lessons to students up to A-level, as this is the level to which I studied; I have no preference for topics, however poetry is my passion. Due to the abstract nature of literature, I prefer to begin lessons by encouraging a student to provide me with their own interpretation of a piece of writing (Eg. what do the blue curtains signify here).
I am a 23 year old student at Glasgow University and I wish to provide tutoring to both primary and secondary school students. My areas of confidence include teaching Early, First and Second levels of the Curriculum for Excellence (Nursery - Primary 7) and additionally teaching Maths, Language, Biology, RME and Home economics to a higher level.
My lessons can be summarised in two words: Effective and fun. I ensure the student is within a positive atmosphere with a smile on their face during the scheduled tutor sessions. I am also an optimist so I inspire to get the student to overachieve so if they are predicted a '4' (judging from the new 2018 marking scheme) then I will try and push them to a e.g. '7.
My teaching method is a self learning approach. I support my son at his pace and introduce for reading through his interests as well as when outdoors noticing words and letters. I spend weekly moment through the week on the reading and encourage a natural love for learning. I use blending with two letters and gradually build to three letter words to familiarise the approach to the phonics.
I am happy to teach anyone from secondary school - college level, so GCSEs to A Levels! I can offer as many lessons per week as the student requires and I will ask each student what areas they are struggling with and would like help with. I am happy to help with reading, essay writing and ways to retain knowledge. My style will adapt to suit each student as everybody learns differently.
I teach secondary school students with a range of teaching methods that involve the student including making revision supplies such as flash cards and mind maps. Students who can pay for textbooks or already have textbooks will find these useful to make efficient notes from.
I am available for private tutoring to help with literacy, writing and reading from primary to GCSE level. I am also available to help with AS/A level Law or Philosophy. I aim to build confidence in my students when dealing with reading and writing.
My teaching method at a university level is to ask students about what they would like help with. Thus I tailor my teaching to support each student's needs. I will develop a plan with students and we will work through their assignments systematically.
I would like to give lessons to students up to GCSE year. My focus is going to be on allowing students to express their thoughts into words. I find that most students actually do have great things to say, yet the problem is actually putting them into words, especially under time conditions.
I have graduated university with a First Class honours degree in English. I am currently studying a Masters qualification in English research, in order to later become a doctor and a lecturer in English.Therefore, I have a vast amount of experience in learning, teaching and the subject English.
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