I have a warm, positive attitude towards teaching and I am very approachable. My lessons are easily adaptable to give you the best results and I am able to work and provide feedback timeously to suit your needs. My aim is to ensure positive results and to provide you with the best service possible.
I endeavour to incorporate a variety of teaching approaches into each learning experience so that the range in student abilities and the diversity of learning styles are attended to and learning activities are felt to be both relevant and interesting by students. Participative learning needs to be assisted by direct teaching.
My teaching method is geared to students that already have a good level of English and are looking to hone their English competency in their particular area of study and expand their vocabulary, comprehension and ability to present written and oral information.
Communicative approach is the way to go with Language teaching. My classes are heavily based on Speaking tasks and the usage of applied grammar. Games, music, books, debates are some of my favorite tools to use when teaching. It is all about an interesting and meaningful class.
I believe all lessons should be focused around the student and their needs. I'd like to start by identifying exactly what the student is having trouble with. I know that homework can often pile up so I think the best way forward is to begin with basics, to make sure the student understands the area of English they need to work on, so then we can build up to working through homework and assignments.
I base my class on efficient knowledge delivery, scientific study plan. At the same time, I believe you learn the best while having fun. By giving insights and test techniques key to a quick lift in score, I have helped students achieve desired scores in as short as 1 month.
I like to be extremely interactive when teaching, whether I'm teaching online or face to face. I use more hands on activities to teach than book work. I like to be extremely creative and make learning fun for the student. I like to provide a safe and comfortable teaching environment where the student feels free to ask questions without fear of criticism.
When I am working with adults, I make sure the curriculum and the content is student driven. In order to make classes engaging and relevant, I build my lessons around the students and what they are interested in.
I individualize my lessons based on my student's need, whether it is passing IELTS or preparing for college. I deliver my lessons in an interactive approach and I encourage my students to express themselves as much as possible during classes.
I am most able to help more advanced English language learners preparing for specific deadlines or goals, such as aptitude tests or study abroad. I however also have experience with new students with less exposure to English.
I am a student centered teacher, where the students imediate linguistic needs are taken into consideration in class. If you are studying for a grammar exam we can focus on grammar, if you're applying for a job we can work on interview techniques and curriculum vitae.
My teaching method is to start out with a casual meeting to understand what exactly you'd like to focus on learning, where you can have a chance to meet me. My main goal is to work on what you'd like to improve upon, because ultimately I believe your learning is for your own benefit.
My teaching method is dependent on each class levels and needs. I personally believe in the communicative approach in most classes.
I base the course on the purpose of students, for example, if they wish to pass the exam, I will focus on exam techniques. My teaching philosophy is to "teach less, review more". I prefer to teach students how to effectively learn by themselves, and review the content I taught on class through some activities which can motivate them to participate.
I base my teaching strategies on improving the 4 skills (speaking, writing, listening and reading) through hard work on 3 pillars: Vocabulary, Grammar and Pronunciation. Once you’ve learned the structures, all you need to do is: learn a few new words everyday. Pronunciation is the cherry on the top of the cake.
My teaching method is specific for each student. First, I will identify the student's English level and his/her style of learning. Then, I will adjust my lessons to maximize the student's learning experience. I make sure that each lesson would not feel like a class that a student will dread to attend, but something they will look forward to.
My teaching method is just like the same with the one we're having in universities, except that its more fun and more detailed. I'll try to make it easier all the time plus there's no dumb questions for me. You can ask me anything.
Each student is different, and has different ways of learning. I think that the best method of teaching is to understand the dynamic nature of each student and tailor the method to his/her preferred methods. Some like to be challenged, while others like to have their personal space. I am always open to feedback and to altering my ways.
Even though I eventually would help my fellow peers to gain a strong foundation of grammar, however, my main focus is to get them to enjoy learning English and gain confidence in the process of doing so. It is only by having confidence in themselves and not afraid of making mistakes, then only they will be able to rapidly progress.
No matter what type of class (grammar focus, vocabulary focus etc) I incorporate conversation as much as I can, as communication is the primary goal of learning a language. Each lesson I will make notes and send a feedback sheet to my students afterwards.
Learning a new language can seem very hard because there is so much to learn, but when you learn a language, you don't need to spend time studying soooooo many things if you only need to use a little. For example, you don't need to learn all the names of flowers if you just want to talk about movies. So my idea is, that you first need to know where and when you want to use English most.
According to me, students should feel comfortable with their tutors and therefore friendly behavior with them is necessary. Besides, a good teacher needs to understand the strength and weakness of a student and plan accordingly. Sometimes, students find the process of IELTS preparation overwhelming and get anxious. I try to motivate my students to have faith in their abilities.
I base my lessons on real life and engaging topics which are of interest to the students after we discuss what interests them. We don't move on until we have learned the English skills embedded in the topic. We use songs and games when possible to keep the lessons interesting.
I always start the English Classes from the basic because the strong root can create the strong branches of plant so the basic grammar and vocabulary knowledge are the intrinsic segments of English. I always use the Oxford level books and notes.
My lessons are geared to any age - anyone who is passionate about learning to speak another language. Language is a system of thought - and so I base my teaching around this philosophy. Structure is on a one to one basis - each individual being unique - consequently, each lesson tailored differently to the style of the individual and to the specific needs of the student.
I offer the students guidance, inspiration and motivation, and I walk alongside with them on their way to success. Before starting the studies, I work out a plan with the students about their intended achievement, how long and what it will take to get there.
As a quality teacher I aim engage the students and make learning a joy as well as provide, for all students in my care, the skills necessary for them to be successful in their career and satisfy their immediate educational goals. With younger students, educational objectives are achieved through a partnership between the student, the teacher and the family where appropriate.
My lessons are tailored to my students' individual needs. I take the time to get to know my students so that I can build a personalised curriculum suited to their needs. I work with students at all English levels, but I specialise in more advanced students.
My teaching method varies from student to student. Well, I do believe that every student has strengths and weaknesses. So, as a tutor it is important to work on the weaker areas by providing the customized study programs based on individual needs. This will result in overall development of the students.
I design the English language program with learners’ input. I offer a range of activities, materials and resources to accommodate different learning needs, styles, and preferences. These include text books and work sheets, audio/visual resources, role play, and reading, writing, speaking and listening activities.
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