I like to base my teaching method of each individual student. I like to meet the student and their parent on the first lesson and get to know their learning style/areas they need help in, eg. exam technique, problem solving etc.
My teaching method is and has always been focusing on my students' most urgent learning needs to help them gain necessary skills in speaking, writing, reading and listening, acquire confidence in expressing themselves in English, and therefore I practise a personal approach in teaching my students and design classes for them individually.
The principal aim of my teaching is to introduce students to a range of tailored resources and research/study/writing methodologies, and to encourage critical thinking beyond mainstream educational paradigms and practices.
I follow constructivist learning theory. My learners learn by doing. I give them tasks and projects which they perform repeatedly while using English throughout the process, until they approach proficiency. I also dig in to the learners' areas of interest, and try to give them speaking, listening, reading and writing activities within those areas at least 40% of the time to maintain engagement.
I generally do learning by doing. I start with some rapport building, diagnosis of language macro skills, expectations and goal setting. My teaching structure is informed by both the Cambridge University Press Headway series content and my general American English training experience. I use CEF-R for assessment benchmarking.
I believe every student is different and hence my methodology is student-centred driven. Lessons will be prepared and adapted based on your needs. They will include theory (grammar rules, word choice and writing conventions) and lots of practice to master each skill. I will provide exam tips to help you maximise your scores.
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.
My philosophy is to aim to make those I teach feel comfortable and confidant as they become more familiar with English as a second language. Students will learn ways to improve their skills in areas ranging everyday conversation to their own professional development.
My teaching methodology is communication based using different sources of material depending on the learner's level, background, learning styles and specific language issues and interests ( typically more visual aids and controlled practice for low level learners, more context based language exposure and discussions for high level, and exam based teaching for learners training for a particular...
I have been a preceptor to nursing students and being patient is important. I make sure to gauge what their current knowledge is and the goals they want to meet in assessing the time and teaching required. Every person is different and the method must be suited to their needs and capability.
I enjoy working with children and I like to make learning fun for them so that they are engaged at all times and can obtain the most from the session. My lesson structure covers all topics the student requires extra help on, while also helping them strengthen their grasp on concepts they already feel confident about.
My teaching approach is to involve the students as much as possible in their own learning. I want to encourage lots of interaction between learners and myself, and / or between two or more learners. I like to keep lessons moving with a variety of activities including the four key elements of language learning: listening, speaking, reading / viewing and writing.
My teaching method is purely based on learner based. It depends on how the learners want to learn about the topics or subjects. It can be textbook based or use of multi-media tools for learning activities.
I teach English using conversations that help the student put their own life stories into English words that match the meaning in their own native language. From there we write their stories into English words so students can practice speaking and writing well-structured sentences.
My teaching method is both relational in nature and diverse in style. People come from a variety of backgrounds and circumstances and this must be taken into account when working with students of any age. So empathy is key. Moreover, as students have different learning modalities and multiple intelligences, an individualized educational approach would be necessary for effective teaching.
Using an individualised approach using a Reggio Emilio philosophy of utilising the student's interests in a relaxing and friendly environment. Being bilingual assist me in understanding and empathising with people who need to learn English as a second language.
You don't need grammar to speak, but words. Learning to me isn't just about writing, reading and listening but also playing. I believe teaching and tutoring should always include fun and realistic interaction so that most of my learners would never get bored and too much loaded, especially the young and energized children.
SHOW THE CHILD THE WAY, EXPLAIN THE STEPS AND THEN LET THE CHILD FIND HIS OWN WAY, WITH YOU ALWAYS STANDING AT THE BACK GIVING YOUR FULL SUPPORT AS AND WHEN REQUIRED.
Classes designed around students needs and parents requests. English for specific purposes (expert in Hospitality Tourism and Retail/Management). Cultural awareness classes and personal coaching available on request. Teaching students to be confident and learn more effectively, based on their own interests. Reggio Emilia experience. Steiner experienced.
My lessons are usually focused on the particular subject / problem that the student needs to help with. I am able to help with home assessments, increasing vocabulary, improving grammar or just to help with conversation topics. during the first lessons, I can estimate what the student needs to improve.
The method I am using to teach English as a second language is mainly to set up different scenarios and discuss different topics which are relevant to students' life. I would like to encourage students to express themselves bravely and help them to build on more confidence.
Since I am a student myself, I am always prepared. It is extremely important that there is a sense of comfort between a tutor and the student and I aim towards that. I am a young adult myself and understand how studies can affect a student and have a philosophy that what i give you as an input must yield an output. There must be work put in from both sides.
I don't like to teach with conventional methods. I use my tried and tested distinct method and also try to incorporate whatever I learned during the CELTA training. I put the students first and try to give solutions to individual problems rather than providing generic solutions.
I am retired and live on a beautiful small farm where I breed cattle. I would like to bring the beauty of the natural environment to those children living in cities. My lessons will start with the skills needed to understand geography - and progress, as the student requires, to the creation of excellent short and long answers needed for assignments and examinations.
Freedom and humour are two of the most important things for me, both in teaching and in learning – these are the memories I find most humbling looking back on my own school experiences. The relationship between student and teacher is equally important and there needs to be space to allow for it to take place. I specialise in helping people take enjoyment in language.
I can help with essay writing skills, proof reading, sentence structure, grammatical accuracy, vocabulary and pronunciation. I’m happy to be guided by the students’ individual requirements.
I am an English instructor with a pretty good knowledge of English Teaching to second language learners.My experience as a University English instructor has paved way for experimenting different teaching methods as required by the target student group.
My teaching method is based on the student feeling comfortable and relaxed. I don't put pressure on the student, and I am willing to teach in a way that will suit the individual person. I believe that having fun and experiencing new places whilst studying can be a productive and enjoyable way to learn.
I based my classes according to the students levels and planning lesson and activities based on their preferred learning style and which can make them enjoying the lessons
I have a Ielts degree and have been teaching for student from primary to highschool level for half of the year.
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