I always work together with students to set targets for the achievement of their specific goals so that they can monitor their progress and focus on attaining the grade they need. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I spend most of my time preparing individuals for professional exams in specialist medical areas, such as the MRCP, MRCS, GPAKT and CSA and FRCA exams.
I am very well organised and reliable. I always spend a lot of time preparing lessons so I can be ready to answer unexpected questions! I am also very adaptable, and enjoy working with various types of people, who have different motivations for learning. Tailoring the content of the lessons to the needs and abilities of the student is something that I always try to centre my work on.
My teaching method in three words: preparation, motivation, communication. First: I'm big on preparation! For every hour of teaching I spend at least 30 minutes preparing. (to be clear: preparation work is for me, homework for you is NOT obligatory :D) Second: give me your goals and interests and it'll be my pleasure to transform these into efficient English activities.
I teach literary analysis through exercises in practical criticism, enhancing the student's confidence in their own analytic skills and judgements. Every lesson I teach is completely bespoke - tailored precisely to the needs of the individual student.
I generally insist on reading carefully, formulating proper issues, analyse them concretely and then synthesise them with various perspectives before writing an answer.
I am a highly trained professional vocalist and teacher based in West Sussex. I'm a passionate teacher and teach across any age range. Whether you're looking to improve your skills for fun or to pass exams, I can help! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Music (including singing, violin, clarinet and theory). English Welsh RE - Tell me about your qualifications.
I design my lessons based on my student. However, most writing lessons involve us going over my student's written pieces line by line and discussing word choice, placement, idea development, and everything and anything that impacts his or her writing. I can offer prompts for future writing or, if my student is working on pieces from a class, we can go over those specifically.
Thank you for reading! Diolch am ddarllen! - Which subject(s) do you teach? With regards to piano, I reached my grade 8 standard and absolutely hated my lessons when I was younger but am thrilled that I stuck them through, and now love teaching in a completely different way to how my teacher taught me! I am a keen believer that learning through enjoyment and fun is the best way, but I also...
I am a tutor in the Abergavenny area, willing to give lessons from my home or come to you within reasonable travelling distance. I am bilingual in Welsh and English and happy to tutor in either language at primary and KS3 level. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all primary subjects, including Welsh and am able to teach Maths through the medium of Welsh if required.
I'm a history graduate with considerable experience helping with Personal Statement writing for university admissions and aptitude testing for the 11+. When I tutor I aim to take pupils through what they have accomplished, and what could be improved. This way, students become more aware of how they have developed over the course of the lessons, hopefully adding to confidence in their abilities.
I approach students with constant reassurance - academic confidence can be fleeting, and every pupil needs to be aware of their potential in order to fulfill it. I create step by step plans to ensure students can work towards goals.
In all of my teaching, my main aim is to let the student work out the answers, processes and responses themselves. Just like my own Oxford tutorials, I ask probing questions and encourage creativity, curiosity and logic that first an fore-mostly helps them with their subject but is transferable in all areas of academia.
I am a clear, patient and positive tutor with a Master's degree in Physics from Oxford University and a PhD in quantum computers. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Specialising in maths, physics and entrance/aptitude tests, I have tutored a wide variety of students from GCSEs and A-levels to undergraduates and adult-learners.
My teaching method is centered and streamlined to meet each students need to help them gain confidence and succeed in reaching their goals.
I like to start by getting to the grips with the text and making sure we know exactly what's happening - my Cambridge degree taught me how important the basics are, and often these are overlooked! I am also a freelance theatre director, so I specialise particular in Drama, and I have a great love for Shakespeare and his contemporaries.
Experience tells me that private tuition works not just because of the one-to-one teaching, but because of the relationship between student and tutor: often a young person will listen to an adult who is neither a parent nor a school teacher.
I can teach all areas of English: English language and literature up to A-Level. For English langauge I like to focus on the four main core skills: listening, reading, speaking and writing and for literature I take the same approach as I was taught at the Univesity of Cambridge: close anaysis of text and contextual considerations to come towards main ideas elicited in the text.
During the first 20 minutes of the lesson I go through basic ideas and the rest of the hour is to practice questions to apply .I concentrate on student ability to engage during the lesson to ask questions.
My teaching method is centered around understanding the principles of the TSA, particularly using worked examples from past papers. This helps the students develop an intuitive knowledge of what types of questions they will be asked and how to approach them.
I am a very hardworking, organised and enthusiastic tutor. I love teaching and have a lot of patience. I will try my hardest to make all my lessons full of energy and to help students get the most out of my lessons. I will use different methods such as interactive tests, mind maps, flashcards and will answer any and all questions to the best of my ability.
My teaching method is based on the Oxbridge tutorial system, and I think it is incredibly beneficial to have experience of this before facing an interview, as they tend to follow this format! The focus of my Oxbridge interview tuition is on building your confidence to speak academically and your ability to offer a critical perspective about what you’ve been reading.
My teaching method is innovative and individualised for each ability and age. I am able to give lessons from primary school through to university as I am confident in my capacities.
I have a lot of experience writing successful university applications, having been accepted to the University of Oxford for my undergraduate, and UCL for my Master's. I pride myself on my ability to find out what really drives students to apply for jobs and university degrees, and then rephrase it in a concise, persuasive manner.
I will begin by find out exactly what it is you want to learn, and if you have a deadline such as an upcoming examination. Once I have established what you personally want to get out of the lessons then I'll arrange a timetable for your learning.
I tutor primary, KS3, GCSE, A Level, degree, adults with English as an additional/second language (and IELTS) I believe in building confidence by providing a relaxed and fun environment where the student is able to enjoy learning and employ different teaching methods such as books, games, tests and ICT to retain focus.
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.
I will work with you to tailor your goals, to quantify your probability of success and to finalise an action plan. University and course choice dictate the next 3-5 years of your life. I will work tirelessly to ensure that we get this crucial decision right by presenting the best possible version of you to University admissions tutors.
I think a crucial aspect of effective learning is to build a rapport between student and teacher, encourage independent study and allow lessons to be led primarily by the student and their interest. When you can relate to something you can more effectively understand it and then apply that learning to further study.
I have generally taught A-Level students. I identify challenges a student is facing (e.g. textual analysis) and provide them with a tailored framework to overcome these challenges over the course of our work together.
With a background in both Performing Arts and Academics, and with a good understanding of psychology, I am able to adapt the teaching style the individual and not vice versa. I appreciate that everybody has their own way of learning and feel this is something that should be celebrated.
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