My methodology would be :
1) First, understand student background and prior knowledge.
2) Second, my focus will be on students confusions regarding their acquired knowledge. I 'll clear them as soon as possible.
3) I'll explain how the practical things are working around them with mathematics and physics principle. And then I'll move deep into it.
4) After this only, I 'll teach them theory.
5) This will be followed by some practices in my guidance.
6) I'll give them some assignment to be done by them what they learn in class.
7) Next day, I'll revise the course shorty, whatever I taught the previous day.
I wrote seven books of high school mathematics and physics while I was an undergraduate student before coming to Oxford for my masters. While I was in Nepal, I taught thousands of students yearly in different reputed institutes. I have my own approach to teaching -- I'll make sure at same the time you learn mathematics you will also learn physics. I combine both of them in the same framework.
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