The methods I use for teaching focus on ensuring total success for everyone involved. I look to see the differences in my students as a positive. We all learn differently and it is something we should all embrace! I can give my lessons to any one from Primary level, up to an adult to assist with rhetoric, speech writing and resume/CV building.
I am a Masters Graduate in Media and Public Relations based in North Yorkshire, with a thesis in Financial Communication receiving a distinction grade. I give lessons to university undergraduates with a similar degree subject. Lessons are often taught through emails, with opportunities to meet face-to-face depending on location.
My approach to tutoring focuses on getting tutees to learn in the right way. With any humanities subject, particularly at A-Level, how the facts are assembled is as important as the facts themselves, and looking through the right end of the telescope is crucial to that. I therefore focus on giving students a strong conceptual overview before diving into the details.
Looking to tutor from Secondary upwards to undergraduate degree level in areas of History.
Hi! I'm currently studying in my third year at university doing a BA (Hons) English Language and Literature degree, to which I will follow up with a School Direct course during my fourth year at university to become a qualified secondary English teacher. I believe that the best method to teach is to not feel as if a teacher is purely talking at the student and hoping that they will understand.
My lessons will be very much based on each students' needs. I can do anything from proofreading work and commenting on grammar and structure, to giving tips and lessons on specific coursework, and formats including rhetoric, comparative commentary and analysis, as well as perfecting oral presentations.
I give lessons to anyone who is 18 or younger and is interested in the subject at hand, namely literature or a derivative, such as theory.
As a postgraduate student, I aim to support undergraduate students and sixth form students with writing essays, constructing arguments and proofreading. To do this I will go over breaking down a question to show students what the reader is looking for and how to go about answering the question.
I'm Scott, I give lessons to secondary students who are sitting tests and exams, through to college and undergraduate university students working on dissertations and other works. The lesson structure usually consists of hearing the students concerns and then using these focuses to tailor the assistance the student needs.
Experienced in History, English Language and Product Design, also with skills in the areas of Mathamatics, Business Studies and I.T, I hope to share my passion with those of Secondary, GCSE and A2 students. A relaxed but challenge driven method helps keep learners motivated whilst having fun gaining new knowledge which would benefit their studies or everyday life.
Good day! I am teacher Japperson and I will help you to learn more about Literature and Arts from the past and now. I am a degree holder in Arts and Literature so it is easy for me to communicate you if you are interested to learn in the said subject matter. Hope to see you in one of my classes.
My teaching method is online and I can help you with the work you are doing currently e.g. reading essays and explaining ideas and methods that are not understood and give advice that I have used. School doesn't have to be hard and stressful and for these subjects an understanding and solid method of planning are key.
I am an experienced primary school teacher. I can identify areas where your child needs support and encourage their learning in a fun and active lesson plan. My teaching style is a combination of humour and well marked out lessons where children progress in simple steps.
My teaching method is learn at your own pace. I will help you learn certain parts of the English exams needed as and when you want to learn these parts. I will advise what parts would be helpful for you to revise and what you would benefit from more.
Since 2007, I have worked with a number of undergraduate and postgraduate students, helping them with their procedural and summative assignments, as well as personal statements and research proposals. During these sessions, I have helped students to plan their assignments, structure and develop their arguments, integrate their sources into their work and express themselves clearly and accurately.
My teaching method is centered on discovering what makes a subject come alive for individual students. Everyone learns differently, and I'm a firm believer that the toughest subjects can become interesting to students given the right avenues of engagement.
My teaching method is mostly through conversation- this is effective because it allows the pupil to be fully immersed in an English environment. For other areas, such as essay writing, I like to teach by example and through practise.
Each topic is broken down to ensure that each student understands before moving on. Furthermore, VARK learning is offered (Visual, Auditory, Reading-writing, and Kinestheic to ensure everyone reaches their potential.
My teaching method is to base knowledge on interactive teaching. For example, simple revising a topic isn't an effective mode of 'getting it stuck'. So, the idea is to base tutoring on what is best for the student. If you love art, it's getting writing inspiration from say, a favourite piece of art. I will tutor anyone from needing a bit of advice at degree level to reading/writing for the young.
I determine your experience and abilities and your goals in learning the classical languages and culture. I am especially interested in having students learn the materials in the manner that suits them best, and I provide support and guidance in this endeavour.
My teaching method is 1:1, as working in groups can sometimes be difficult as we all learn at different paces where some work well with others. I personally believe being organised is one way that guides my teaching as you need to have your work there and is legible. I also encourage visual learning as it aids memory as well.
My classes are focused on grammar and syntax, both in English and Latin, since a good understanding and knowledge of grammar is the key of success in languages, especially ancient ones. The lesson usually lasts two hours: one is dedicated to revision, while the other to written exercises.
I take into account the background and interests of learners, tailoring lessons to suit not only the level of the learner, but also make lessons fun and engaging from the start. The best learning happens when students are enjoying the material and it's relevant to today's world, with current issues and topics at the heart of the lesson.
Given my recent degree achievement, I am more than capable (and confident) to tutor students up to the age of 18, however I have most experience with younger students (aged 9-14 years).
I focus on syllabus and exam technique. My usual method is to set an agreed question from your current syllabus, write it up and send it me for review, assessment, annotation and additional ideas. We meet up, online preferably, and go over the answer together working through point by point. You'll get a copy of my annotations, notes and ideas to take away.
I offer two approaches: tailored tuition for students with particular goals (GCSE's, A-Levels, and University studies) and a course on Latin and Ancient Greek. I combine the teaching of grammar in context with interactive activties and resources for vocabulary learning.
My style is friendly and relaxed whilst aiming to maintain structured learning objectives. I have developed lesson plans that range from Essay Writing and Structuring, Grammatical Practice to Debate and Public Speaking. Often, my lessons are designed to unite a piece of literature with informed historical contexts, philosophy and literary theory.
As a dyslexic linguist, I am a firm believer that everyone, with the right support and study methodology, can master any subject. I like to use a mixture of drama games, mnemonics as well as patient explanation and exemplar to teach my students. As someone who has dabbled in clowning, improvising and stand up comedy, I also aim to bring fun, enthusiasm and hilarity.
I'm an enthusiastic tutor; I love to research creative writing, literature, and rhetoric. My preferred argumentative structure is the Toulmin Model, which I often teach to my students who struggle with structuring their essays. I'm flexible and happy to adapt to different learning styles.
I will try to assess the needs of the students, whether it be guided support or more instructive lessons. Having been a teaching assistant in English classes for year 7 and 8 previously, I have hands-on experience intuiting the best ways to help students understand the material through actual learning, not regurgitation.
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