My teaching methodology is Humanist - that is, I teach in the way that suits you best. We are all individual in the ways that we learn best. My job as your tutor is to understand your way and how we, together, can maximise your learning achievements.
My teaching method is a hands on learning experience where I provide students with tools to help comprehend topics in an easier to understand way. I want students to feel independant while still having the assistance to build upon their own knowledge.
Hi! Nice to meet you, my name is Adrian. Did you know that learning English can be fun, instead of frustrating? You will surprise yourself at how much you can learn when you are feeling relaxed and you’re having fun. That is how I try to run my lessons, so that you can get the most out of them. I have experienced learning foreign languages myself, so I know how it feels.
I enjoy my job. It is very rewarding when someone starts using English and makes progress. As a learner of a foreign languages myself, I understand the challenges students face, but also the great satisfaction and joy that comes from being able to "do" things in another language.
My teaching method is based on a communicative approach and I believe that engagement is vital for any education to be successful. Using a variety of set contexts, relevant vocabulary and language points will be presented in a natural communication setting, conversational or written.
My lessons would be directed towards an appreciation for literature and an expanding of it via a variety of forms such as: - Reading and analysing various written texts; - Writing different formats that explore various genres; and - Discussing and exploring together what different texts may represent in a historical, social and political context.
My teaching method is structured according to the students' needs. This means that I will work together with a student to recognise what method works for them. Generally, I teach students to effectively take notes, colour coordinate them and how to use various resources to build on their prior knowledge. Furthermore, I encourage the use of visual and audio studying as well.
I believe in creating a safe environment where students can feel comfortable making mistakes while they learn, as mistakes can only help when trying to understand a topic. Depending on what facet of the English language students were finding difficulty with we would run through different activities, whether written or verbal.
I want to make students feel comfortable and confident in what they’re learning, and I want them to achieve great results. I am passionate about the subjects I tutor, and have actively sought to work in those fields. As an example, as a student at the ANU, I won a coveted internship at the Federal Parliament for Senator Rachel Siewert’s offices.
My teaching methodology is based upon understanding the student, approaching them and their work with assertiveness, kindness as well as friendliness, helping them to achieve their full potential. I am to teach them based upon how they feel they learn best.
As an experienced lecturer, I base my teaching on the standard text books. With regards to my technique, I'm always mindful of the differences of every student. I always start with the basic things that they have to learn and with this I require them to listen. The next part will be an interactive part which I make it a point that it is an interesting and a knowledge-based interaction.
My teaching method is simple, it focuses on practical course work that helps the student to explore and act upon their potential. The course work is interactive and designed to help the student out of their comfort zone. I work with the students pace to reach desired end results.
I graduated as a teacher in 1985 with a Bachelor of Education and have a Cambridge University CELTA qualification from Milner University, Perth. I am available to teach English as a Second Language to Primary, Highschool and adult students. Having been born in Malaysia and being a fluent speaker/teacher of Indonesian, I have always had a passion and interest in other cultures.
I firmly believe that each child is deeply unique, and therefore, has deeply unique learning needs! For this reason, I custom create each and every lesson to suit each of my students. You can rest assured that your child will be provided with suitably challenging, thoroughly enjoyable, positive learning experiences.
All of my lessons are individualised: at first, I will spend some time getting to know you and understand your goals, strengths, challenges and learning style. Broadly, I aim to ensure that the student has a sound understanding of the subject.
My lessons will be revolved around any problems/struggles a student is having at school/generally with English.
My teaching methods are interactive, communicative and student-friendly. I focus on those areas that are relevant to the student - speaking, listening, reading and writing. I provide creative and inspiring lessons and I am encouraging and motivating, helping you to improve your English skills.
I like to create an environment where the students feel happy and confident to open up and speak English as much as they possibly can. I like to create scenarios that the students might encounter on a day to day basis to encourage them to broaden their vocabulary and confidence.
My teaching method is sharing and caring. I am going to share how I learned English as a second language and I am going to teach you with care. We are going to study together, putting time and effort. I can teach either in Korean or English.
My teaching method is student-centred, engaging and focused on the learners' interests and needs. I motivate my students by choosing materials and activities that will fully engage them according to their age, stage and abilities. I believe in learning by doing.
I have a very kind and gentle manner when teaching and I am very patient. I believe practise is key to becoming proficient in English, and other areas. I am more geared towards a traditional learning approach, but can also incorporate some hands-on learning as well.
My lessons are structured, but with room for flexibility. I often interject my lessons with humour and anecdotes to make the student feel more at ease and relaxed - this makes them more likely to have a go! I am very organised and like to bring my own resources (worksheets, etc) and will try to keep these as engaging as possible.
Generally, I always try to do brainstorming first before we consider main topics in classes. and I normally use my own materials when I teach student. I try to make students speak more than me. Plus, I lead them to answer naturally instead of just answering right away since I think it is the best way to improve their English communication skill.
My teaching method is to have the student give a rough idea of what they want to accomplish by taking lessons from me. Once I've got a good idea, I create a study plan which I present to the student. When the student is satisfied with what we will cover for each week, we proceed to successfully start the tutorials.
I prefer to teach one on one so as to give as much focus and support for the individual. I can do this either in person or over FaceTime/ Skype.
I like to adopt a friendly, interactive approach with students, ensuring they understand what I teach and are free to speak up when they have doubts. My teaching method is going over the question/task at hand, and providing tips on how to tackle said questions; this may include model answers for students to look over.
My teaching method is based on both face-to-face tutoring and small groups. From a class room to a place of your choosing, it is flexible and convenient. Evening and weekend classes also available. Focusing on small group provides the high quality support you need.
Learning a language is a full-time occupation. Unfortunately you cannot have an English instructor on hand 24 hours a day. But you can have regular lessons, and thanks to the internet, you can have regular lessons online and hand in any extra work, or practice speaking on a daily basis.
I want my lessons to be like a conversation. Nothing serious, but you will still understand things and I would still accomplish my jobs. At the end of the day, we all benefit. It is a win-win situation, let me tell you. I am not superior to you in any way, so do not be scared to ask "irrelevant" questions. The key to improving is to not be afraid of your mistakes.
I teach online, as this globetrotter simply has itchy feet! I like to get to know you first, to scope out your best way to learn. Then I can create lesson plans and approaches according to your needs and way of learning.
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