I use discussion, questioning and interaction throughout my lessons. I have a desire to make lessons interesting and connect to the needs of my students through leading lessons via targets - looking ahead to the next stage of learning.
I believe that learning modern languages should be about connecting with people in a friendly and enthusiastic manner. As a result, I take a more holistic approach to my teaching. Wherever possible, I try to make sure that my lessons are relaxed, humorous and fun.
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 am an MA student in Literature, but I have also studied History, Politics, History of Art and Philosophy. I can offer tuition in any of these subjects specifically. Across these disciplines I have learned a number of very useful tools to aid the writing of essays and the formulations of arguments.
I personalise all learning to meet the specific needs of each pupil.I use visual aids and kinaesthetic methods .I am experienced in all learning requirements including dyslexia and autism.i use online tasks as well as specially created tasks to meet the needs of each pupil.
Dear students! I was an A level student just as yourselves, and I am open to giving lessons to anyone who is struggling with their A levels, regardless of where you are or think you are in your exam grades! My techniques in teaching, are short snap-revised video lessons or using pictures as well as in typing, depending on the subject topic at hand, in a cohesive, short and easy to understand...
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.
I am an experienced teacher of a wide range of levels and abilities, from GCSE to degree level. I believe that active learning and differentiation are important, the latter particularly with respect to the abilities, backgrounds, interests and learning styles of students as a way towards helping all students to maximise their potential.
I will be providing lessons to high school students. My teaching methodology is activities oriented because knowledge is highly likely to be retained with the student when the student enjoys learning about it. Patience and kindness is another factor that is present in my lessons.
I am able to give classes to students that are A Level/GCSE standard or below. I would like for any students I teach to feel relaxed and unintimidated by my teaching, but for them to be willing to learn and genuinely interested in the subjects they require help with. I would begin by asking them what topics or areas they need help with and will work from there.
I adapt my lessons/ sessions to the individual. I like making things fun and easy to understand, especially if a pupil is uncertain on a subject/ topic. I'm very welcoming, and always am open to suggestions. I'm able to help with GCSE's and A-Level, but can do any educational level if needed.
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.
I teach 14+ age group - currently my eldest student is 87. I believe in fitting tuition to the individual so I will begin by assessing what you already know, why you want to learn, and what your interests and strengths are. You will get a programme tailored to your needs.
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 have extensive experience with a range of students, but most recent experience is with secondary school students in groups, as well as more student-centred individual tutorial classes. My classes focus on achieving clear language based learning objectives outlined from the outset, either directly from the student, or achievable goals that I feel will be most beneficial to the student.
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.
I have hundreds of hours of experience as a tutor, and have tutored students at every level of education. I believe it's important to find a good fit for an individual student's learning style. I am always keen to find ways to introduce independent study outside of tutoring hours to help the student develop their skills and knowledge.
I am an English Literature Graduate who is offering English support to students up to A Level ability. I aim to bring some fresh air into the stuffy school texts and break down topics into bite sized chunks that are easy for any students to digest. My specialty is poetry and Shakespeare (of course!). I am young, fun and enthusiastic, and I believe in everyone's ability to succeed.
Having a bilingual literature background, I believe the road to success in analysis of poetry and understanding of texts is through practice. Nonetheless, there are structures and 'tips and tricks' to be learnt, using which even in stressful conditions one can be ensured to score well.
I’m a recent graduate from the University of Edinburgh gaining a 1st class honours in English Literature and French, with a distinction in spoken French. I am confident with teaching English Language, Literature, Theatre Studies and French to higher levels, as well as Maths and History to GCSE level.
I base my classes depending on what the student needs. I have found it important to both improve strengths and topics that the student finds more challenging, with sufficient time being dedicated to each one.
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.
My teaching method combines obtaining knowledge on literature analysis, while simultaneously cultivating yourself by understanding the meanings of texts, and expressing your personal views and beliefs on them.
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.
I am comfortable teaching GCSE-A Level students, and am particularly interested in students applying to university. I want to make classes enjoyable but focused for students and am keen to develop a real love of English. I would prefer lessons to start with marking the student's essays so as to get a feel of their existing skill set.
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.
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