I believe that student's should be the centre of their classes. This means that the context of the classes should be things the students find interesting, that the content of the classes should be things the students both want to learn and need to learn. I feel there's too much focus on what a student should learn at a certain level, and not enough about what they specifically need to know for their specific situation or that they want to know because it interests them.
I've been an English teacher for six years, and I've been involved in education in some way shape or form for about eight. I hold a TrinityCERT TESOL certificate, a TKT Young Learner's certificate, a bachelor's degree in TESOL and Japanese and a Masters' degree in TESOL.
I've taught students in two continents with ages ranging from adult learners to young children. These have included university students, refugees and asylum seekers. I primarily teach conversation classes and my students always report feeling more confident and more equipped to speak English in the real world.
Due to COVID-19, I am unable to offer face-to-face lessons at present. When the pandemic has been and gone I will be able to work with students on a more personal level.
If you need to cancel a lesson please contact me 24 hours in advance and you will not be charged.
August 2020 - Graduated from the University of Stirling with a Masters in TESOL
Jan 2020 - Began working with Stirling School of English as an advanced conversation and summer school tutor
February 2019 - Began working as a volunteer at Sheffield Hallam University
May 2018 - Began working as a cover supervisor (substitute teacher) throughout the South Yorkshire area
February 2018 - Began working as an English teacher with HOPE English school
November 2017 - Began volunteering as a classroom assistant with HOPE English school
July 2017 - Began working as an English teacher with Summers Abroad
June 2017 - Graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a Bachelors in TESOL and Japanese
October 2016 - Began volunteering as a classroom assistant at the University Of Central Lancashire's Language Academy
Jan 2016 - Began volunteering as a classroom assistant with Togitsu Community Centre's English classes
October 2015 - Began volunteering as a conversation class assistant at Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies
July 2014 - Began working as an activity leader with Liverpool School of English
August 2012 - Began volunteering with the Sheena Amos Youth Trust as a peer-educator
Perfect! My wife had a great introductory lesson with Max. He is a wonderful English tutor and took time to listen to her needs and what her objectives are. There was no stress and the lesson was informal yet professional. We are looking forward to working with Max.
I was asked to help Imran's wife with her English skills. The two of them are both absolutely lovely people with clear ideas of what they're looking for in a teacher and are really accommodating and communicative.
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