When teaching Maths, the best way to learn is through lots of practice and examples. I run through the key theory via a worked example, then work through a few more examples from either past papers or relevant textbooks. When teaching Physics, it is vital that every successful student understands the core principles of each topic (i.e definitions and equations) as at times these principles lead into other topics. When teaching Spanish, grammar rules are always the most important. I’d start by getting the student to understand the different rules so they can apply them in different scenarios. Once that foundation is built, doing as many full past papers as possible is paramount, especially for the listening and writing parts of an exam.
I am a Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Warwick with A* in Maths A Level and a Distinction in Spanish Pre-U. I attended Merchant Taylor’s School, where I was part of the volunteering scheme. I worked at a care home for a year every Friday evening, and also on field days I worked as a teaching assistant in a primary school in Northwood.
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