I like to incorporate theory based learning with practical learning as much as possible. I also feel that it is important to know the WHY as well as the HOW when it comes to learning. I am flexible and very open to new styles of learning and also tailoring learning to the individual to achieve the best outcomes.
I AM A MOLECULAR GENETICS STUDENT AT CURTIN BUT I EXCEL IN LANUAGES ONE OF WHICH IS ENGLISH LUCKILY ! I HAVE TUTORED ENGLISH FOR THREE YEARS IN DIFFERENT PRIVATE HOMES AND ONLINE AS WELL THROUGH SKYPE.
My Teaching method is simple,I begin with the need of the learners. Materials should be attractive and brain-friendly . And I also use links for additional resources in teaching. Make your students a resources too by asking them to choose a topic to discuss on your conversation, this way you give them freedom to express themselves.
I use a communicative language teaching method. When teaching GE (and all the skills of reading, writing, listening, speaking and pronunciation) I try to make the classes and materials as interactive as possible so that students are not only learning from me but also from each other.
My approach to teaching is holistic. This means that I pay attention to each individual student, as everyone is unique, and focus on their strengths to facilitate them learning anything they need to. More than anything I help students believe in themselves because I believe in them.
My priority in teaching is to understand my learner's needs and goals, and to design my teaching program around these. There is no single methodology that suits all students.
I like to base lessons on oral and written expression so the student can make the most of their time spent sitting opposite a native speaker, but I work on a person by person basis according to the individual learner.
I have worked giving English lessons to mainly adults but also children - everyone from beginner English to businessmen professionals. I like to give practical exercises for my students to learn practical skills, relevant to their lives. Everything from living abroad (such as ways to find employment, grocery shopping, cultural differences and transportation) to skills they'll use at their job.
My tutorial method..... Informal and relaxed environment, basically we will be reading, writing, spelling, doing sight words and comprehension. This is for all adult beginners and primary school children. We will basically build on what you are already learning with your teacher. We will work on this subject one step at a time, most importantly we will have fun learning together.
My approach to teaching depends on the student's needs. If you'd like a course geared towards academics, the course will likely be more rigorous and fine-tuned towards that specific style of English. However, some classes can be more light-hearted, where we debate and introduce new vocabulary through discussions and readings.
I always try to make my lessons as relatable as possible as I think this adds to the learning experience of the student. I also make sure to incorporate activities that include all different learning styles so the lesson is diverse and interesting for the student.
I base my teaching methodology on individualized / personalized learning that gives increasing ownership of learning to the learner. I like to use technology in a flipped or blended fashion that increases effectiveness of learning, memorization, recall, and overall enjoyment of the entire learning process.
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.
My teaching approach is student centered. I encourage students to actively paticipate and take over the talking role. I encorporate different fun activities for my students such as role play, games, songs etc.. Every Class is suited to the needs of the students.
I believe that each and every student deserves to have their own individual needs met. I am passionate about sharing my knowledge and teaching to the needs of individuals. I believe it is important to observe students and offer learning support based on observations made and ask students what areas of learning they require help or assistance in.
I like to tailor my tutoring approach to the student's needs. I have access to a range of textbooks and materials to help support a student learning English.
As an English teacher, I have worked overseas teaching students of different ages and levels. It was a really enjoyable position for me as I easily built rapport with my students and I am a person who is always ready to help and care about others. I believe that the students have benefited from my lessons as I still receive feedbacks from my former students and their parents.
During my tutoring sessions, I focus on building skills relevant to tasks which students complete in class. To do this, all I ask is that before tutoring sessions, students provide me with their term outline so that time can be utilised effectively. I will provide or refer students to relevant materials to enhance their understanding and knowledge of the topics they are learning.
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.
My teaching method applies demonstration, practice, and revision. I am a patient person and work well with students who are interested in learning. Lessons will likely look like Demonstration by teacher, followed by practice by the student, while actively incorporating examples where possible to help explain the concepts.
My lessons are adjusted to the students needs and desires. I can teach conversational english to more structured grammatical topics. I am a very patient and understanding teacher. I grew up in a bilingual home and can deeply connect with the importance of learning a new language.
I like to see things from your perspective to understand in which area you would need my support. As English is my second language, I understand some challenges you might face as I have been through it in the past. It would be easy for me to find the loopholes in which you might need to improve.
My lessons will be revolved around any problems/struggles a student is having at school/generally with English.
"Practice makes perfect" - this I'd say is my teaching style along with being patient and concientious. To take the time to design my English language teaching around my student(s) individual needs and learning requirements where constant listening and open communication through sharing ideas, thoughts and even learning related issues are key to a successful lesson.
I believe that we are all different, therefore, we learn in different ways. I like to adapt my lessons based on the students strengths and weaknesses. I like to use a lot of musics, didactic games, interesting readings/words activities.
I have more than four years of experience as a English language instructor. Currently I am enrolled in the Master of Applied Linguistics at the Department of Linguistics in Macquarie University. I also obtained my Bachelor of Arts Degree specializing in English Literature and Linguistics in 2014. I have conducted both group and individual classes.
My teaching method involves understanding the student and what he or she wants out of studying this subject (i.e good grades, a better understanding of the subject etc.) My lessons often include me checking on the weekly tasks I set (often quite small yet effective). After this, I go through the content with the student and work with them to see where they can improve their work.
I approach a topic by using the students' prior knowledge as a base for additional skills and knowledge. I believe in working through problems in a step-by-step method. Furthermore, I strongly value the importance of asking questions. I will always encourage students to ask questions and really get involved in their learning.
I enjoy an interactive session with my students where I use the multi-model approach, I try to provide experiential learning as much as possible to cater to the learning needs of the student. I believe in collaborative work which helps me and my students to succeed.
My teaching methodology uses total physical response learning, using items of personal and cultural relevance, using authentic materials in the classroom such as visuals and teaching props including flash cards, videos and audio (songs and music), encouraging student participation using projects, group work and roleplays, and following student progress through the 5 stages of language acquisition.
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