My teaching methodology is dependent upon the student(s) level of understanding and knowledge - what teaching methods work best for them and try to incorporate them into my practices.
Can help secondary school pupils develop creative writing skills. Students will be given texts to read and background reading to help improve vocab and literacy skills. i will then help them practice language skills - my love for reading and writing will drive me to share my passion with young minds and inspire students to work hard whilst enjoying themselves.
I am willing to give lessons up to university level. I like to work collaboratively with my students, rather than use the lecture style.
By developing simple yet effective lesson plans and extracurricular activities to help further students strengthen writing and literacy skills, I have helped numerous students achieve greater success on English exams, produce stronger essays and creative writing, and raise reading levels. On average, my students gain more than 3 levels of progress on their class grades throughout the school year.
As I am passionate about theatre and performance I have a unique approach to teaching. I will include games and drama exercises to boost skills such as confidence, concentration, memory and focus. This has been proved to be a highly effective way to increase intellect and understanding of topics.
After meeting with a student and discussing their strengths and weaknesses with regards to study skills, I tailor my lessons to each individual student's needs. I always use a range of differentiated teaching styles to keep the students thoroughly engaged.
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.
I am Georgia Garrington and I teach at a GCSE and Primary level. After an introduction with your child about what they find difficult and unengaging, I will begin to incorporate games, quizzes, and discussion with a problem.
My teaching experience is varied as I trained in the FE sector and then taught various subjects from KS3, 4 &5 in secondary schools. Whilst undertaking my PGCE (PCE) I was on placement at Matthew Bolton College in Birmingham. Whilst on placement I taught various sessions ranging from Entry 1 to Level 3.
My methods vary from student to student, as not everyone will learn in the same way. Some learners may require visual aids such as, handout sheets and illustrations. Others may feel the need to listen to music, use coloured markers or have regular stretch breaks.
I am currently studying my A-levels at sixth form and can offer support for primary school pupils and GCSE students particularly in regards to revision techniques, effective resources and any other general support in a WIDE range of subjects. These include English Language and Literature, Maths, Sciences, History, Religious Studies, Russian and Spanish.
I like to base my teaching method on each student individually, so I don't really have just one teaching style. The first lesson will mainly be me getting to know the student and their strengths and weaknesses within the subject.
The content of English varies vastly from school to school, so I tailor my teaching to the individual. I will ask students to look at unseen passages for literary devices, as this will help them think quickly under exam conditions, and will go through past exam questions and model answers to highlight what examiners are looking for.
I like to make sure my students are active in their learning, and so I ask questions throughout teaching to make sure the students knowledge is being consolidated. I also like to plan my lessons in advance in order to ensure efficiency for the student.
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.
I have been working a a teacher for 20 years and have taught students from ages 5 to adult. I cover many different subjects and have taught mainstream and SEND students (specialising in EBSD, ASC, ADHD, Dyslexia and SLCN needs). I currently undertake 1:1 and small groups tutoring as required and in many different locations.
I'm Shaun, a native English teacher who specialises in elementary and intermediate level English. I always teach at your pace and incorporate your interests. Every student can expect an initial 10 minute chat, a chance for you to asses if I am the right teacher for you and a chance for me to asses your language skills before we begin.
I assess the learning style of each child. I assess each child to find out the level that he/she is at. Then I work from there. Every topic has a success criteria which is explained at the beginning.
My teaching method is using various techniques to make sure the student fully understands taking things at a steady pace.
I base my lessons on the student/s, firstly I see in what way they like to be taught and their learning style and then I base my lessons upon that. My characteristics as a tutor would be firstly getting to know the student and asking them many different questions on school and what they like.
I am an Alevel student who is studying history, psychology and English language. I achieved grades A in both my English studies at GCSE and an overall A in my history studies at GCSE. I am happy to tutor in both history and English.
I like teaching through fun ways such as drawing and using simple vocabulary.This allows children to learn new things while having fun.I'll normally teach in 3 main sections.Firstly a nice starting test activity,then main lesson theme and finally a lesson recap activity.
I believe that supportive learning achieves the best results. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English up to key stage 5. I also teach primary and G.C.S.E maths - Tell me about your qualifications. My teacher training was at the university of Warwick. My degree is from University College London. - How much do you charge? £20 to £25 per hour for one to one. £10 per hour for group.
Hi! I’m a 16 years old student at an all girls grammar school.
- Classes Each lesson lasts for 80 minutes. Each child is put on an individual learning plan and as a result they are given individual work on the computer as well as written. - Ages and Levels Covered We cover ages 5- 18 years. However we now offer day classes to adults. We also cover all levels.
"Great knowledge comes from within yourself" and "Why fit in, when you were born to stand out". These are two of the quotes that I use to motivate my students and improve their confidence. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach, 11+, KS3, KS1 and KS2. I also do assessments and SATS practice as well - Tell me about your qualifications.
My lessons are engaging, supportive and tailor made for the student. I have experience in teaching in primary schools, mainstream secondary school, grammar school, SEN and adult education. I am versatile, caring and diligent in my approach to tutoring.
I approach teaching by analysing the skills and knowledge needed to enable a student to meet or beat their target grade and design lessons to ensure that they develop a clear understanding of what they need to do. I provide detailed verbal and written feedback using the specific mark scheme criteria relevant to their needs.
I am 25 year old with Ba hon degree within integrated working and Early years childhood studies. I have 5 years of experience in primary classrooms supporting every individual to achieve their potential. I have worked with all kinds of needs. I can help you build your confidence and strength.
I enjoy inspiring people and making both subjects exciting and memorable. I use a range of teaching techniques from presentations, case studies, audio visual aids and handout exercises. Each student absorbs material in different ways, for example - audio or visual.
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