I'm an experienced ESL teacher and tutor who focuses on communication and use of language to achieve language results. I have a great rapport with all of my students and enjoy watching them grow and achieve their goals. Depending on the kind of student, I will start my lessons with a review of previous learning points and try to use them in a suitable context.
I like to base my classes on realia. Depending on the student's preferences and needs I will choose a media story, movie, book or other English language item that I can use to demonstrate a language feature that is of interest. This requires a bit of preparation and thought beforehand on my part but the results are much better.
My approach to teaching is very student-focussed, which means that my lessons are designed around the needs of the student. developing communication skills and confidence. My lessons are rich in audio-visual content and I like to use a broad range of educational technology.
My teaching methods are flexible and can be modified as per the student's current knowledge, pace of learning and the set targets. However, I ensure that review exercises, regular assessments and feedback sessions are included as an intrinsic part of their learning process.
My teaching method is based primarily on English grammar and language writing. I focus primarily on reading comprehension as well because I think it's important for students to learn in case they are confronted with issues the future, which is highly likely to happen in Australia.
One of the most effective ways that I assist learners is by developing and presenting comprehensible and stimulating lesson plans that facilitate all learning styles. I research, locate, and incorporate a variety of resources to accommodate learners via visual, audio, tactile, and kinesthetic methods.
I am an experienced educator with postgraduate qualifications. I like to teach both individuals and groups, secondary or tertiary level students and other people looking to boost their skills. My lessons are interactive and focus on practical exercises and achievement of results.
My teaching philosophy is student-centred. I try to create a relaxed environment in which the learner feels comfortable enough to try their best. I also like to research and prepare exercises myself to meet the needs of the student. I have experience helping learners with academic English, business English, English grammar/ pronunciation and proficiency exam preparation.
My teaching methodology revolves around understanding my audience first and then developing my lesson plans accordingly. I believe in interactive sessions and try to amalgamate traditional and modern methodologies of teaching to gain maximum dividends. I normally believe in improvising an out-of-box thinking to deliver results.
MY teaching methodology is mostly learner centered. I believe learners should be actively involved in learning process through asking them questions, discussion, group work. if however i am introducing a new concept i use a bit of lecture method.
My approach to teaching is to engage with the student and create a fun and cooperative environment. I always get to know my students as people, and shape the way I teach around their personality and the way they best learn. I like to mix up lessons between structured, skills-based learning and more creative classes.
I have a very learner-oriented approach and tailor my lessons to the target areas that are unique to the individual. My ultimate mission is to develop the writing and critical-thinking skills of my students, while unlocking their creativity and giving them the confidence to approach challenges with a winner mindset.
My teaching method is very much based on the needs of the student(s) as I believe that there is no point in trying to force the same help onto everyone. My lessons can therefore be easily adapted to fit any type of student in order to target their specific challenges or goals.
I adjust my method based on the student's English level as well as particular request. I usually start with basic grammar and vocabulary building before I engage my students in written and oral exercises. I can also provide tips and exercises for those who wish to take the IELTS or TOEFL.
I hold a constructivist view of teaching where students are the centre of learning and teachers are facilitators. I also advocate democratic discipline where students have a sense of belonging, freedom of choice, and understand consequences to manage their own behaviour.
I give equal amounts of attention to my students. I do not spoon-feed them. The way I teach is I show it to them once and let them do it by themselves the next round. Making mistakes are completely fine as long as they do not repeat them multiple times.
I employ task-based language teaching approach, which students have actively involve in their learning process. In other words, student-center approach is my preferred teaching method, which allows students to practice the target language and enable them to employ it in the real world setting.
I am keen to teach primarily what my students need to learn. I would first like to find what the student is struggling most with and work with that. I am patient and would always be happy to explain topics multiple times until the student has a strong understanding of the topic.
I have extensive knowledge of the Australian Curriculum in English and the Social Sciences from Year 6 through Year 12. I treat every student as an individual and we start working together through goal setting and assessment of where you are currently and where you want to go.
My number one focus point is encouragement; I am committed to making sure a student knows when their efforts are valued and encouraging them to excel while making sure to celebrate their successes. Flexibility and patience are also important to me: I love finding the right way to explain a particular concept to an individual student as each student learns differently.
My teaching method will be quite specific to the individual student. While I'm happy to set out a general structure for a lesson based on the current curriculum I will look predominantly to tailor my lesson to the needs of the student. I'm flexible in my teaching.
My approach is encouagingly communicative, creative, dynamic, and student centred. I adapt lessons to student learning styles, interests, and difficulties. Initial assessment and student goals provide a way to proceed, I map out a plan, and reassessment ajustment is made along the way. Relaxed but paced progress to success.
Each lesson of mine in ESL would consist of reading, writing, listening and speaking. These are known as the macro skills and form the basis of Communicative English Teaching. Research shows this method gets the best results. As a professional editor and writer my creative writing lessons are expert.
I try to tap on the students' interest by allowing them to be creative as they express themselves. I engage students in conversations and allow them to gain confidence as they share their opinions and ideas. As for Mathematics, with the help of some colours, songs and other creative methods to remember formulae and multiplication/division.
As I am a pre-service teacher, my hands-on experience is minimal. Though, the lessons I have taught have always been fun and engaging! I believe education is the greatest gift a child can receive, and it is a privilege to become a teacher and a tutor.
I have an outgoing, kind and patient personality which I aim to show throughout my lessons. I try to make my lessons as fun as possible because I believe that learning should be an enjoyable experience. I base my lesson structures on the individual needs of each student, paying attention to the areas they excel at and the areas they need the most improvement in.
Considered most of the students have difficulty in comprehension and memorizing stuff, I did a lot of attempts such as making memory cards, playing games, watching relevant cartoon movies and encouraging them to use their imaginations to link with the words.
I love to make my sessions engaging and fun. I believe that the more you enjoy what you are learning, the more likely it is you'll retain it. I like to use real world and modern texts and learning materials. For example, reading a Buzzfeed article or watching a YouTube video are great ways to analyse and interact with the English language in a contemporary and real manner.
I like explaining grammar, idiom-both literal & idiomatic, developing passion for reading and writing, making time in class for each student and generally encouraging students to enjoy learning or polishing their English. Feedback from my students has been very positive.
I'm a Taiwanese born Australian. Learned English through ESL classes in both private tutoring and small group lessons as well. I tend to focus more on what native speakers would choose to say and talk about, rather than just academics. I've got a bachelor in Nursing and a Masters in Public Health, so i'll definitely be able to help you with academic English as well.
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