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.
Whether it be English Literature or the sciences, I think the best way to approach learning is through addressing the knowledge in detail and then dedicating a lot of time to practice applying the concepts to potential problems.
I find that it’s most useful to tutor someone off of the knowledge they already have of this subject. English is a subject where examiners look for interesting ideas and a wide range of terminology which will come up in tutoring sessions.
I am extremely passionate about Literature and seek to enthuse my tutees by engaging them with the texts through relating them to their own experiences and reference points so that they feel confident in accessing challenging content. We practise with exemplar exam papers and focus on key skills. I also teach different strategies for revising texts, comparison skills and language analysis.
With a relaxed, positive and friendly approach, I believe that the key to learning is to enjoy it.
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'm a writer and teacher living in Cornwall. I work with adult and higher education students across all disciplines on their academic assignments, including writing essays and dissertations. I also teach creative writing and am a professional writer and editor.
In my experience, learning is a highly individual process. The role of a teacher should then be a flexible one, aiming to help each student find the most appropriate and engaging path to their learning goals. Whilst standardised assessments are unavoidable in the UK education system, I make it my duty to guide each student to their own goals.
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.
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 tailored to each student, on what they need to focus on and how they best learn. I think this is vital in order for the client to get the most out of the sessions they are paying for.
My teaching method is based on the marking criteria for English exams. For GCSE this would be based on content, language analysis and context. For A-level the extra layer of critical analysis may also be included. The structure would follow familiarisation of content, language analysis, whether this is for poetry or prose, and then deeper contextual analysis.
I give lessons to students of all types and levels. I do specialise in teaching grammar, key expressions, correct pronunciation of words, sophisticated vocabulary and the skills necessary to pass IELTS, TOEFL and GRE examinations. Though, I may assist in other materials to a very satisfactory standard. My lessons are specific to the person.
My lessons are specifically catered towards a student's area(s) of weakness they would like to improve on.
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.
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.
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 like to approach learning in a creative way, using active methods such as games and flashcards to aid cognitive function and memory. For English Literature, I focus on the understanding of character and atmosphere through dramatic techniques (e.
I believe teaching should be fun and relaxed. If you are enjoying what you are learning about you are more likely to remember and excel. I also believe that anybody can be great at something, as long as you have the patience and passion to do well, anybody can achieve the things they wish.
I am enthusiastic about teaching and will happily tailor my teaching style to meet the needs of each pupil. I will analyse the syllabus you are studying towards and will plan my lessons accordingly. We will take a structured approach to learning to ensure that you are able to fulfil your potential.
My approach is student led. I will concentrate on areas of the subject that my students are struggling with. Giving the lessons a very personal and relaxed feel. I specialise in Greek drama and epic but my knowledge is broad.
I aim to focus on what my students are struggling to understand. I know that learning a new language can be difficult, so I hope to make it less intimidating. I always listen to what my students want to learn and help them achieve this.
Lessons are based around a student's personal weaknesses. Following an initial assessment, detailed support will be provided in less secure areas. This can be from content issues to exam technique. Students find this to be a lot better than classroom experiences which is often generalised.
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