My teaching method is very simple but at good quality, I prepare work accordingly to the child’s weaknesses and work on improving where necessary and I work accordingly to what schools expect of their students. I set homework weekly to identify where the student can do better and to see what their strongest links are.
My teaching method is making sure that my students understand what is going on so writing things on a board and explaining it to them. This is how I do it when people come over to me when needed help with specific subjects. When I had taught dance in the past I made sure that I had danced in front of them and done the move before I told them to do it.
The thing that parents and students must realise when approaching studies for GCSEs, is that the most important thing is the exam. I have seen very clever and talented students who love the subject do very poorly on the exam because they did not keep the exam in mind when studying. Therefore my approach in these lessons will always be centered around the exam.
Students respond to interactive ways of learning and I have seen success when I employ such methods. For English, my lessons are full of discussion which encourages students to think creatively and I then help them develop coherence when expressing their ideas on paper. We go through each step of how to answer a certain type of question and consider every aspect of what makes a model answer.
I'm a motivated eloquent undergraduate studying creative writing & English literature. I have learnt key skills in teaching, relaying succinct simplistic information to members of the public as part of my voluntary work for a reputable charity. In addition I have learnt skills in public speaking. My lessons are clearly structured with a logical approach tailored to each individual that I teach.
I can give lessons to those preparing for entrance exams (4+, 7+, 11+) and also at primary level in general. I'd also be able to give lessons to students looking to prepare for GCSE examinations. I take time to consider the pupil's ability, and their most preferable way of learning, and structure lessons around this.
I am a management graduate who has over 4 years of experience of tutoring school pupils from home. My strategy about tutoring recommends: to think about (1) broad objectives of the course, (2) goals of the particular lesson, (3) what students should be able to achieve after the lesson. Its also important to check if the students have understood or not.
I am currently working within a school, I have learnt in depth of how to structure my lessons making it most beneficial for my students. Lesson structures are personalised to the students needs and deadlines. I like to implement lessons that are both interactive and constructive for learning and brings the results that my student desires.
I provide top quality lessons to students preparing for 11+ examinations. Currently, I am working with four children who are preparing for their exams in September 2017 or 2018. My lessons are versatile, meaning I can act as a supplement to any tuition your child may be receiving now or work with them to prepare them on a 1:1 basis.
I approach these subjects very enthusiastically as I very much enjoyed my 11+ and GCSE stages myself. I apply different fun and memorable ways of learning topics that can be applied into further learning and love the feeling of being able to share my learning techniques with other young optimistic learners.
A graduate with keen interest in encouraging reading amongst all age group. I aim to improve their vocabulary, thinking speed and creative writing during exams or for knowledge enhancement. I prefer group reading to make lessons more interactive and interesting for students.
I aim to provide each student with an individualised approach that is geared to maximise their success in the given area. I utilise a combination of methods such as written exercises and oral exercises in order to ensure that students become comfortable and confident in all aspects of the subject.
I teach English with good quality resources and a lesson plan. Starter activity Word search Quiz Gap fill excercise Main activity Writing to persuade, for example Going through all the things you need in your writing to be effective in persuading using arguments facts,and other language devices. You will be asked to write a letter, article, essay, speech.
My teaching method is to engage students with the subject matter by relating it to their lives and encouraging them to strive for more out of a sense of self growth. I approach each topic by emphasising the context of the writer's life, contexts of reception and the language used to elicit effects.
-Hi my name is Shamira, I'm 20 years old and from London. I'm currently studying English literature and Creative Writing at university. I give lessons to primary, secondary, GCSE and A-Level, English Language/ Literature and Literacy. -My technique is to work around my pupil, each pupil has their own technique when it comes to working/revising.
My method is, writting I feel if the student writes down what they are doing they will learn more, group work makes the work interesting, reading makes it more mindful.
My experience to date means that I am able to employ a repertoire of teaching methodologies to meet my learners’ needs. Having taught both Prep and Senior English for ten years, I am especially confident about supporting pupils through key transition points and supporting them with examination preparation.
Hello! I am Riga, currently a student of Anthropology at UEL. Originally from Kosovo, I have been studying English since the age of 6. I pay attention to the individuality of the student, tailoring my lesson plans based on specific needs. I am flexible, passionate about my subject and I zeal to excel in teaching.
My name is Talia Cohen and I am an English tutor for those learning at primary school level all the way to A-Level.
I am currently studying for my undergraduate degree in English Literature. Having completed my A-Levels recently I understand how hard it can be, but am willing to give you my tips and tricks to get to the top! I currently teach Creative Writing and English for Primary School to Secondary School ages, and comply with each child's school curriculum.
I primarily teach children between the ages of 8 and 11. However I have had a few Adult Literacy classes for some students who are learning English as a Foreign Language.
With my GCSE and A-Level students we work alongside the curriculum and what is expected to attain top marks in each specific exam. We work on the areas of weakness as I analyse each student individually, I can tailor my lessons to targeted practice. We will be working towards exam practice; this will be aided with exemplars from top students who have achieved the best marks in similar papers.
The most significant way to approach a methodical way to teaching is to adequately interact with students to meet their needs and help them build towards that aspect they are attempting to reach. Children are delicate and must be held with care rather than teachers or professionals using banal activities to help them stimulate their educational growth .
My teaching method includes obtaining a thorough and indepth understanding of the topic and then tackling past papres to identify areas of weaknesses. Furthermore, I aim to give lessons to primary and secondary school pupils wishing to achieve high grades.
“Apart from actively contributing to the process of student’s learning, I feel that my greatest strengths are firstly my ability to inspire students to gain a positive attitude towards learning. Secondly my skill at having a clear understanding of each pupil’s individual needs, and thirdly being able to use a range of resources and methods to support them in achieving their goals.
I am passionate about helping children achieve their potential and have also always been interested in children's social and emotional development and wellbeing. I am a warm and responsible person and I always enjoy making tutoring sessions fun so that children look forward to their lessons each week.
Fun, engaging , practical lessons with input and practice. All levels, all exam levels, CV, Interviews, Business English, writing, speaking, in real life situations. Groups and 1-2-1 sessions with families and teens. Lessons should be fun to increase learning and motivation.
My teaching method is adaptable as I am aware every child is unique and learn at varying paces, I am able to construct individual lessons to best suit a student's needs.
I am a first-year student at Imperial College London studying Physics with Science Education. I am reliable and trustworthy and get on well with children. As a babysitter I am playful but firm about bad behaviour. As a tutor, I teach students ranging from primary school to sixth form.
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.
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