I provide dedicated support to both undergraduate and postgraduate students and specialise in academic writing and editorial. I work with each student on an individual basis and focus on strengthening writing technique and research methodology. I will ask you the right questions to enable you to produce your very best work.
Oliver Delgaram-Nejad is an interdisciplinary (psycholinguistics) PGR at Manchester Metropolitan University. His PhD research examines the composite language and communication phenomena of schizophrenia, as relative to figurative language processing, using experimental psycholinguistic methods; his master's dissertation focused on paralinguistics: blended displays (i.e.
My teaching method is based on a close contact and link with texts, therefore carrying out text analyses and penetrating inside the gist of literature, authors, context and times.
My teaching method is based on the requirements of my students, so I spend some time getting to know them and finding out where there may be issues, or areas where students feel less confident. I then tailor my lessons to address these areas to achieve successful outcomes.
I give lessons to a variety of students such as those studying for their 11+ exams as well as those studying for their GCSE's and A-Levels. The structure of my lessons are based on the individual student and what they are currently struggling with and what needs improvement.
My approach to literature is both critical and personal, where I seek to cull out of my students firstly the influence of the text on them, and further a theoretical and critical analysis of the text. My classes are quite interactive and I encourage dialogue as opposed to a monological lecture.
I would be more than happy to help tutor you in one on one English lessons for beginners up to IB/A-levels. Whether this is to prepare you for your final exams or help cover the rudimentary basics.
I believe in patience, and gaining a healthy attitude towards learning. Making a mistake or not understanding something properly, does not mean that you are a failure/completely wrong/not good enough.
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 like to engage the student and build a positive relationship with them. Following the set curriculum and preparing for exams is very important, as is writing essays for practice or for coursework. So is aiming to genuinely understand the subject matter and to engage in critical thought and explore around the subject. On top of this having fun while doing so is vital.
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.
I have just finished my MSc in English Literature and I am looking to share my knowledge and help people at any level: from primary up to undergraduate level. Lesson structure will be totally dependent on your demands and needs. I am easy going and patient, so my approach will be a collaborative.
I teach a wide range of literacy subjects including english language, literature, poetry, criticism, academic writing and creative writing. My general structure is to break things down. For example, if I were helping a student with a essay that had to be 2,500 words I would first split this up into catagories.
My lessons are specifically catered towards a student's area(s) of weakness they would like to improve on.
My approach is primarily learner-led. An initial consultation will identify a learner's self-described objectives (e.g. to achieve a specific level of qualification, or to improve competency in some particular aspect of English language or English literary studies), we will carry out a short assessment and I will make preliminary recommendations about a program of learning.
The way I see it, every student is unique. Everyone has different interests and specialities, but they also have different strengths and weaknesses when it comes to education and different subjects. The sooner a tutor can understand what a student is struggling with, the sooner they can offer guidance in a way that helps the student to overcome them.
I can give lessons to anyone from GCSE to undergraduate level. My methods are to acquire a past piece of work from the student so I can advise you on what you need to work on and how you can improve. Alternatively, you can come with a specific problem area that we can work on.
My teaching method would be ideal in a one to one setting. I believe that I am capable of teaching the subject of English at a Secondary school level. My teaching method would first to identify areas in which pupils would struggle, then to explain it to them in a calm and friendly manner, gradually building up a large degree of understading within the pupil in areas in which they struggle.
My lessons will be specifically tailored to both the ability and aspirations of my pupils. I am able to tutor in both GCSE and A-level English, as well as assisting in the construction of an exceptionally worded literature-orientated personal statement.
My teaching methods are based around the visualization of information and logical structuring. I will work with you to figure out what you need to focus on in order to reach the next level/ grade/ boundary in your subject area.
I like to begin by judging whether the student is at, i.e. what level they are currently working towards and the improvement they would like to make and how likely they are to make such an improvement. I start by seeing their basic understanding of concepts and particular topics, for example Poetry within English, before working towards improving this understanding.
I'd like to offer my help to any student working at a pre-undergraduate level (i.e GCSE & A-Level, BTEC, primary and secondary). My tutoring is completely based on the individual; after talking with you and highlighting what you're struggling with, I'd work around your needs and directly tackle the areas which could be improved, all in a super relaxed environment.
My students should be below degree level since I do not feel it would be appropriate for me to attempt to teach something I have not encountered myself. I think that it is important to help with things that may be difficult to understand but also go over the topics which the student is more comfortable in and build upon them.
My teaching methodology is that a good teacher is one that shows you were to look, but doesn't tell you what you see. I would work mainly with the flipped classroom method, encouraging my pupils to take responsibility for a subject they are struggling in and grow a love for it outside of my teaching. Curiosity is a main driver of learning.
I am currently training to be an English Teacher, so I am providing tutoring sessions for secondary school pupils. I am friendly and will adapt my teaching style to suit your needs. I will also provide recommendations on textbooks that will be able to help.
I am a doctor of education. I specialise in developing confidence in learning no matter the age or ability of a student. I am practical and holistic. I use students’ culture and personality to help them to develop their skills.
GCSE and A-Level students: Prior to our first session, I will familiarise myself with your exam board's requirements, your set texts, and specimen papers - in other words, find out exactly what we need to focus on for your assessments and exams. In our first lesson, we will discuss aspects of the course you may be struggling with - or finding most enjoyable - so I can tailor my lesson plans to you.
I am a student at the University of Edinburgh studying English language, and did my A-Levels in English language, English literature, and psychology. I live in Ellesmere Port May - September, so I am available for summer tutoring before the school year starts. I am available to help with students up to A2 level with their studies in English.
Need help with your English? My teaching methodology is friendly, flexible, and patient. Cup of tea in hand! I have an open-minded approach to support you to you meet your goals. Lessons will be tailored to the preference of the student and their curriculum.
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.
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