My teaching method is to make you relax and see that you are doing well! I am incredibly positive and know that it's difficult to learn something new and you are amazing for pushing what you know and getting a little extra boost. I am great at adapting lessons to your needs as well as responding to what you would like to do and creating resources to suit (which I always email!).
My teaching style is tailored to the needs of the student - from setting assisngments similar to exam criteria to building confidence with pupils who don’t feel like English is their strength.
I cater my lessons in accordance with my students' learning styles (i.e. kinaesthetic, visual or auditory); I place emphasis on the variety of teaching materials and my students' thorough understanding of the taught subject. I also have over three years of a special educational needs (SEN) teaching experience.
Hi, I am Samantha Henry and I currently a 2nd year Biomedical Science student at the Univeristy of Surrey. I am a friendly, patient, kind and helpful individual who always strive to see the best in others. I am described by many as non judgemental and as such, others always feel welcomed around me.
My name is Tiago Fougo and I study International Law and Globalisation at the 'University of Birmingham'. I can give lessons in essay and dissertation wiriting technique up to ALevel as I hold a pre-U qualification with a distinction 2.
My qualifications: MA, BA Hons, PGCE, RSMA. Writing skills for students in schools, community, F.E and HE. Person-centered lessons, responding to your needs and identifying your aims and targets.
(concealed information) (concealed information) English lessons: Language, Literature, English as a foreign language/ EFL, all ages and levels. (GCSE, A Levels, University Degree, PostGrad, PhD). Also pronunciation / English RP ‘accent’ lessons.
I like everyone to enjoy the teaching process, it's easier to learn in that way. From children to adults, ensuring that the learning environment is one that allows the person to relax, yet maintain discipline, so there will always be common ground rules for working.
I have a PhD from the English Department at the University of Southampton and many years of experience teaching English literature and academic skills (research, writing, referencing, presentation skills, time management, digital resources) to BA and MA students. This also included personal development training.
I consider it of paramount importance to avoid being didactic in my lessons. The key to learning, in my experience, has always been to make it as interactive and independent thinking as possible.
I approach each topic in chronological order, with detail and enthusiasm. I like to work through each topic in detail, highlighting important information and also encouraging students to strive for an in depth and general knowledge of the particular topic at hand.
I structure my lessons based on what the student feels they need the most help with. For example, I will read out poetry analysis tools and words and explain them and then get the student to reiterate what I have said step by step until we are both sure they understand it.
Continuing the ethos I learned at the student success centre I taught at in New York, my goal is not just to prescribe to give clients the tools to become better writers. All lesson plans start and end with the clients desire.
I am a BA English Language and TEFL student, in which I study grammar, pragmatics, discourse analysis, phonetics, transcription and much more. I have been a tutor for 4 years, teaching a wide range of students English literacy, phonetics, grammar and giving them test and cover letter preps regarding SAT's and GCSEs, however I am looking to teach A level students English Language too.
Every student is unique with different strengths and weaknesses. I work towards improving these strengths and concentrate, in particular, upon the difficulties students find in learning English whether it is reading, writing, listening or speaking. I use various methods and materials including a bank of original materials (not just text books) I have produced and used over the years.
I have a relaxed approach and try to have fun, but I do expect my students to work hard and do their homework. I also expect students to prepare for every lesson. My classes are student centred and I will therefore expect students to come prepared to participate fully. I will make the lessons as varied and interesting as possible.
I plan all lessons in advance and use a variety of cross curricular methods across all subjects to ensure all students are fully motivated and highly engaged. I endeavour to make learning fun and approachable for all . My lesson structure is well paced to ensure no two lessons are the same.
In each lesson, I like my students to go on an adventure through their task. Whether it's through exam prep or poetry creation, students will explore and hone their skills and talents based on the fundamental framework offered through their regular school work. Like a good story, a lesson has a beginning, middle, and end, with twists and turns throughout.
Lessons will focus on covering critical areas required for the exam from the syllabus, as well as exam techniques. I also wish to impart on my students the value of treating academic study as an opportunity for personal development so that they can become confident, employable and well-rounded individuals.
My teaching methods will be very easy and consist of tools that you need in the world as well as the exams. I will make the teaching fun and simple. Therefore, the things you never thought were simple, now seem simple.
My teaching method is based on making sure that the student becomes completely confident on their ability to write a strong and comprehensive analysis, or creative piece. Each student needs to feel that their thoughts and understanding of the world is valid and valued.
My online teaching method is editing work through track changes on word doc from formats of academic essays, literature, academic dissertations and university thesis pieces of work and giving advice to students and supporting students and young people with disabilities.
As an experienced writer and all round creative type, I believe the key to any good writing or art is overcoming your own inner critic, and trusting you will find your own voice and style; which my methods will prove with fast results! I write in a variety of mediums, including fiction, journals, articles, dissertations and poetry (to name a few.
I have a wealth of experience tutoring applicants for their examinations and interviews. I provide academic knowledge, study tips and additional revision materials. I always encourage students to both challenge the ways in which they approach their goals, to boost their confidence and increase their competitiveness when it comes to university applications.
I am a postgraduate student (BA, MA, and beginning PhD in October) and can help with learning and writing in Literature (eg. Shakespeare, Victorian Literature, Modernism, Women’s Literature), Psychology (eg. research methods, Freud, attachment) and general essay and creative writing.
Hi, my name is Marie, and I have a level 4 qualification in teaching. My experience enables me to work from 11 years + all the way up to adult learning in a wide range of subjects. Specialist areas include: Exam techniques and coaching Teaching english literature and language, Effective reading & writing ( essays, critical evaluations, etc), Effective revision for memory exams.
I finished my 2 bachelors degree in BA Sociology and Bsc Nursing and my Post graduate Studies in Business. I prefer to give lessons to Nursery students and University students as I am good teaching kids as I used to do a volunteering job to teach childrens in our local area. My technique was to identify their age and level of understanding before giving them lessons. I give exam tests as well.
My name is Nabila and I am a Law graduate. I am giving online lessons to Undergraduate Law students and for those studying A Level Psychology and GCSE English and Science. I will also be happy to help students with exam revision and will pass on tips and techniques to help them achieve the best grades, which I know worked for me and for my students.
When it comes to teaching, I like to make sure that I am catering to your individual needs and that's why each lesson is unique and bespoke to you - just tell me the topic or area you wish to focus on. I currently teach GCSE English, A-Level English and 11+ English with a leading tutoring company based in Liverpool and have tutored students between the ages of 10 and 19.
My lesson structure is usually in a class group of 10. However, I also offer a one-on-one session to aid students with differing style of learning, or too shy of speaking in a group. I re-assure students of their writing excellence using an informal exercise before classes begin.
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