I am a twenty-three year old from London, who has tutored at undergraduate and A-Level abilities. I approach tutoring in a personal way to allows students to feel relaxed. In turn, this helps assess and improve weaknesses regarding the subject.
Am using the communicative approach, tailoring very individual lessons in context with the student's surroundings, work, family, friends and goals. We do role plays, read texts and discuss them, do grammar exercises and sometimes written homework. Students can bring in also their own materials and ideas.
My teaching method is to supply worksheets with conversational sentences which we then go through and practise speaking. I can bring about writing using a computer or ipad using Word to form a pupil's personal essay, CV or life story.
I teach with the natural method designed by linguist Prof. Stephen Krashen et al. Through reading and listening to authentic and comprehensible materials, the student learns German like their first language. The materials are designed to lower anxiety and increase an unparalleled passion for German. I believe the more engaged a student is, the easier the learning process.
I tailor my teaching style according to the needs of each student. I believe the key to success is to build each student’s interest and provide them with the confidence to converse.
My teaching method consists of pictures and posters for visual learners, easy explanations, question exercises and all of the ways my teacher helped me which I found really beneficial! I have a soft approach and I am flexible with some of my teaching methods in order to suit my student.
My teaching methodology is a creative and relaxed one. We could meet in a café or at my flat, have a tea or a coffee and write down vocabulary, then use the vocabulary to have a conversation about what we did during the week etc., I would give some exercises for the next lesson and I would also teach grammar, but in a fun way.
I have an individual approach to each student, based on his expectations and targets in learning. I develop individual topics and work together with the student towards achieving the set targets.
Hello everyone! I am Josy from Berlin, Germany. I am a state-certified educator with not only loads of experience, but a great passion for teaching my first language. I always enjoyed making progress in English, however I know how hard it can be to learn a foreign language.
My teaching method will be different from everything that you know so far because in Germany I have visited the Tamil school for 12 years and became finally a Tamil teacher too. So my teaching methods will be a mix of the European and Asian style.
I don't have a firm teaching style as I see each student as an individual so when we meet we will both devise a specialised teaching plan to suit you.
My classes are student-centred, bespoke and allow every student to participate and develop in confidence very quickly. The courses are very practical and flexible, to meet student needs. I teach young learners at school, to university students and pensioners.
With regard to my teaching approach, I aim at instilling enthusiasm and determination in my students because that is, in my view, the secret of making the most of the tutoring lessons. I also aim at creating a relaxed environment in order for the students to assert themselves in a carefree manner.
Whilst I offer teaching that will run alongside the student's school syllabus, I believe in giving students the skills to immerse themselves freely within a language, not just by giving them set phrases to learn that they'll never use in real life scenarios.
I have offered language tuition on a freelance basis since 1994. Work experience include working as a language assistant teacher at high schools, covering maternity leave for an English language instructor in Italy, teaching German to young professionals in Cambodia and most recently working with a range of senior tech professionals in San Francisco, California.
I give lessons to students up to University entrance. I seek to identify the strengths of each student based on individual assessments and ascertain where they would like to improve. Lessons are based on the needs and requirements of each student with practical assignments drawing on domestic or business language use.
I read Modern Languages (major German and minor French) at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, and am very enthusiastic about Germany and France - their language, culture and people. I spent an academic year at the University of Tübingen during my degree, two months on placement in Nancy (Lorraine), and then three months working in Hannover during my postgraduate diploma.
I am a sociable person who actively enjoys working in teams and with people. My previous work experiences, both paid and volunteer, prove to me that I enjoy participating and engaging in projects and works.
My lessons can be shaped around the needs of the individuals. I have spoken German all my life so reading, writing, speaking and listening all come naturally to me. I pass my knowledge on in a friendly, relaxed manner until you can understand it.
After making an initial assessment of ability in the first lesson, I design a course tailored to the needs and abilities of the student. We will practise Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing in each topic we cover, as well as Grammar-focused lessons that are applied to the relevant context.
I cater my teaching style to individual tutees. For example, if a pupil has particular difficulty with the listening side of the exam, then I will focus the majority of our time on the listening.
Having lived and au-paired in Germany and now a first-class student at Cambridge, I can help you improve your spoken and written German.
My teaching method is have fun while learning a new language, every language is useful and to improve your language skills it is important to use the language on a regularly basis.
At the beginning, I usually set the goals and needs of my student, then I focus my lessons based on those goals. My lessons are up to date (according to the new curriculum), they are set to increase the confidence of the student and to promote their love for learning, taking into account their capacity. The classes are very interactive as I want my students to enjoy and feel confortable.
I prefer to work one-on-one with my pupil to create a bespoke and effective teaching programme. My approach is to fully understand my pupil's capabilities and then look to strengthen the weaker facets of their language. I have experience teaching all standards of the language from Entry level, GCSE's to A-levels.
It is pivotal that a basic understanding is achieved in each level of the language as we go along. Think of it as if you're Jack from 'Jack and the Beanstalk' (strange analogy but stay with me here): you plant the seeds of knowledge (e.g. learning how a tense works), then you let it grow (e.g.
My teaching method is very much word association and role play. I feel this makes classes fun and makes the learning much easier. Lesson plans are structured in units with review and testing once units are completed. Learning is meant to be fun.
I think that the most important thing as a tutor is first to establish a relationship of trust with the student, so that they feel comfortable taking risks during the learning process. Once this in place, I like to walk logically through the key principles of the material, using both visual and aural techniques in order to maximize learning.
My motto is that there is no such thing as a stupid question. I am very patient and make sure the student gets a thorough understanding. Each topic is approached gradually step by step basis to build up the understanding.
As a half German half English student studying at Uni of Bath in first year, I am more than able to teach GCSE and A level German as I went through them myself only a few years ago. My methods of teaching involve largely practical uses of the language and interactive exercises to involve students, which will (hopefully!) make learning a second language far more exciting than in school.
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Perfect! Josephine is a fantastic tutor. She has made me feel very confident in a short space of time. She is a great teacher and a lovely person. I really enjoy our German lessons each week. I would highly recommend Josephine.
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