I offer tailored tutorial sessions which help to build self confidence. My patient and calm approach serves to ensure that students achieve the best results.
I've been passionate about English literature for as long as I can remember and achieved an A grade in my Junior Certificate [GCSE equivalent] and an A1 in my Leaving Certificate [A-Level Equivalent]. I moved to Belfast and graduated from Queen's in May 2017 with a degree in English and history.
As a student, I am used to teaching a variety of levels, and I adapt my teaching to each student, as I do not believe that there is one universal method for all students. I spend time over the first session working out how my student learns and I adapt my method accordingly.
My online teaching method is editing work through track changes on word doc from formats of academic essays, literature, academic dissertations and university thesis pieces of work and giving advice to students and supporting students and young people with disabilities.
My teaching methods include sitting with my students to discuss the work we are looking at, I believe in literature discussing the work out loud allows you to understand it better.
I believe that everybody has creativity inside of them. Creativity is deeply connected to who we are and most importantly who we can be, our vocation and our strengths. It is the source of confidence which is vital to an open mind and the success of learning.
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.
I like to focus on a student's individual needs - making sure that they understand where they are in terms of their academic progress, know their goals and how to reach them over a certain period of time.
I hope to tutor A-level and GCSE students, by going through the text and analysing the relevant parts in detail and making the often unclear texts easier to understand. I also know a variety of resources which I can direct them on to and will help them to find the best ways to research the topics.
Je voudrais donner des lecons de francais tant le cadre d'un support accademique que dans l'apprentissage ou l'amelioration de la capacite a converser. Il est essentiel d'allier grammaire, vocabulaire et conjugaison en fonction du niveau de la personne a assister.
I am a firm believer in practical application and discussion around texts - poetry, novels, films etc. - is the way to gain knowledge and understanding that YOU can apply to exams and essays. I am an understanding and patient tutor.
Depending on the students needs, my lessons with be tailored to focus on their aims and weaknesses. If they are preparing for any examination then I will focus on the mark scheme and where the student needs to improve in order to move up the grade boundaries.
English is all about interpretation and engagement. The text only half exists until we read it. As a result, I've found the best approach is to let the student explore a piece of literature, considering a particular passage or quote, and then let their natural interpretation guide what we think, discuss and discover.
My teaching method is directly inspired by my own teachers and mentors who imparted so much to me along my educational path. I believe in an honest and straightforward approach, one that aims always to provide a model for my students while also helping them to see in me a mentor who himself still has much to learn.
My teaching method is person-centred and based around what is best for each individual student. I have no problem changing my methodology to suit each student's preferred learning method, and like to use a variety of materials and methods to enhance the learning experience.
I believe that pupils need to be fully engaged to learn to their maximum potential. With this in mind, I strive to make my lessons exciting, different and engaging, in order to challenge every learner and make them enjoy the content of what they're learning.
I am internal supply teacher who teaches every subject when asked to 11-16 year olds, although my specialist subjects English, Drama and History I could teach up to degree level. I have a laid-back approach when it comes to teaching, however I do strive for efficiency when doing so.
I am lucky to teach all ages and levels, preparing students for exams and helping them reach their personal objectives. Each lesson is entirely based on the student : during our first class, we find out what our goals are and we design a way to reach them.
My teaching methodology, is learner centred learning finding a style and way that suits them. So if it means having a walk by a canal or up a hill to find out about the natural world for History or Geography or Science to being in a classroom researching information on the internet or from books.
I base my lessons on deep reading. This includes understanding the story from the characters' understanding of themselves and each other. Setting and voice and action are secondary to what happens inside a character's mind and the words that come from his/her mouth.
Each of my students is unique and I tailor my lessons accordingly. Not only do I teach but I ensure that my students become emotionally healthy and positive in themselves. I pay particular attention to performance anxiety and stage fright which no other teacher addresses, to my knowledge.
I like to make classes interactive and inclusiary. They will always be tailored around the students desired experiences and their own level of compitency. I fully believe in the Socratic method and so rather than deliver lectures I prefer to have a discussion on the subject which encourages greater understanding.
My main priority in teaching is to create an atmosphere where learning can happen. This means that I get to know you, what you struggle with and what you love, from this place we can start learning together. I bring a variety of materials to class: we watch film clips, photography/art, and any other materials that support the learning of the particular subject.
I am very adaptable in my teaching method, i find what best works for the student, rather than sticking to a set why. i have found that every student learns differently, whether they are Primary school level, secondary school or even college.
Every text has context and without context, it is not possible to understand a piece of literary work. In my method of teaching, I aim to make the subject as interesting for the student as my professors had made it for me.
I offer interactive, encouraging and friendly lessons for school and university students. Classes focus on key aspects of English language, grammar and literature. I am happy to answer your questions and offer easy exercises to review your learnings throughout the lesson.
I approach lessons on a one to one student basis, by informal assessment. I like to discover strong and weak points and work on both, and keep motivation strong working out what works best and personal interests. Lessons plans are individually tailored around achievements, interests and targets.
I have been reviewing class materials by discussing text, reviewing worksheets or other assignments. I provide feedback using positive reinforcement techniques to encourage, motivate or build confidence. I have developed some teaching materials, such as handouts and study materials myself.
My sessions will be based around what you need. We'll focus on some of the topics you're interested in - because without an interest in anything you're studying, how will you improve? - as well as the ones you need help with. If there's one thing I've learned through my time at school and in university, it's that there's never a shortage of ways of learning so we'll find a mix which works for you.
I believe teaching is all about engagement, and student involvement. I strive to provide you with the knowledge and tools to get and A+ on that assignment, but to solve problems on your own. Lessons will be be instructional, but based on a guided inquiry model. The first 5 - 10 mins will be dedicated to an explanation of the issues and struggles you have encountered with the assignment.
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