English is highly subjective, and requires development of ideas and opinions rather than clear-cut answers. For this reason, my objective is to empower students to think through and present their ideas with confidence and clarity.
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 lessons are almost always tailored to meet the needs of my students. This only changes with regards to group learning, where individual needs are taken into account, but cannot be prioritised due to numbers. However, I like to encourage my students to enjoy their learning and remove the fear and shame from the learning process.
I'm a very upbeat tutor who believes that learning is best done interactively, such as through role performances, discussions and reflections (with yourself and the environment that shapes our understanding). As someone who has done literature, I found that learning Literature through high school alone can be quite intimidating because the method of teaching is very one sided.
My lessons are geared towards high school, years 7-12, who are looking to improve their essay writing and their ability to complete assignments related to the literature they are reading. My lessons are quite flexible as I understand that students learn material at different rates. My lessons will be geared to the students needs.
My teaching method is pretty laidback, and is geared towards high school and uni students. I structure sessions based around YOU. We'll figure out what areas you need help in the most, and we will focus on those more.
My classes are run focused on enthusiasm and fun! I am a bubbly, enthusiastic person and my classes reflect that. I'm looking for students that are as excited to learn as I am to teach.
My degree requires me to learn everything there is to know about writing and how to edit other people's work effectively.
My teaching method is task-based, with focus on the topics, homework, and assignments students have been given in class, with an aim to address the marking criteria to maximise the student's grades while also ensuring the student's personal growth and learning.
I teach verbally and critically, making students think about why things are the way they are. I implement some practice of skills learnt during lesson time, and occasionally assign homework so that students can practice their skills. Through the constant reviewing of work and the practice of new techniques, I believe that the student will flourish.
My teaching method is based on positive reinforcement and encouragement paired with practical assistance and proven study strategies. My aim is to provide guidance, increase students' sense of accomplishment and overall capability, provide structure to study activities and keep learning tasks engaging in order to unlock potential.
My teaching method is based around breaking things down, whether it's deconstructing texts to find their themes and the literary devices that are used to show these themes, or breaking down a huge topic into key ideas that can become topic sentences in an essay.
My method depends on the student I am tutoring but I normally start by having a conversation about the topic and making a big mind map. Although simple this can be extremely helpful in exam time. For each idea together we construct paragraphs so that the student feels confident, having both and in depth and broad knowledge of the topic.
I am a patient teacher. I believe in hands on teaching with practical elements which explain the concept and reinforce learning content. I tailor lessons for individual needs.
I base my sessions on what the child needs wether it is help with their homework or help with areas they may be struggling with. I will plan a session to meet the needs and wants of the child and the parent.
My teaching method depends on the student. I first discuss and listen in order to find the needs of each student. My lessons are divided into three parts : a first part of observation and questioning, a second part of learning and a third part of exercises. My lessons are also intended to be funny and I use different media such as picture or video.
I use student centered teaching methods in my classes. Students are free to ask questions and doubts and do presentations in the class. Moreover, while teaching I make sure even an average student in the class understands the lessons. As a teacher I try to bring the best out of a student.
I tailor my classes by honing in on areas of confusion you may have to tweak those, and give you an insight into the examiner's mind
My main goal as a teacher is to help my students to reach their full potentials, both academically and as people. I make my lessons as interesting and enjoyable as possible and that, combined with my friendly and engaging personality, helps me to maintain my students' attention and motivation.
I hold flexible lessons based on each student's needs. With writing, I look to help my students find their own personal voice while polishing their work. With literature, I look to facilitate my students with fleshing out their own ideas.
I endeavour to help students of all ages and ability reach, and consequently succeed their academic goals. I believe students require patient, caring, informed and disciplined tutors to advance their academic growth, and I implement those virtues into my teaching.
I approach my teaching method by making sure my students are comfortable with me and have them explain to me what it is they would like for me to teach them. From there, I like to communicate with the student and create a lesson plan to follow where I will thoroughly teach them the skills necessary to improve in all aspects of English and help them further their marks in the subject.
' Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel'. - Socrates. To my mind, education and the pursuit of knowledge is the means by which an individual can attain genuine autonomy, liberating them to determine the shape of their own destiny. With this in mind, in teaching students, I aim to enlighten and inspire, rather than enforce instruction.
My teaching methodology is student-directed. I provide input and support as needed, but structure the lesson around each student's particular point of need. I have extensive experience working with students who need assistance with a subject of difficulty, particularly English.
I like to ask students about their strengths and weaknesses. It is great to help students improve on their confidence but also really focus deeply on the areas where they need improvement. some common teaching strategies I use are modelling, questioning, direction and collaboration.
I want to know where you are at on the journey to learn to read. Once that is established we can extend the distance you have travelled. The best way to assist is by building through an educational relationship based on honesty, trust and understanding. This shows your learning style. To do this I must get to know you, the individual.
My teaching method comprises of teaching children in a fun manner that develops critical thinking. Learning should be a fun, enjoyable process that engages both student and teacher. I don't believe in getting children to remember facts to simply recite back.
My teaching method involves initially observing the students abilities under exam conditions, in order to really pick up on where specifically they need improvement. Subsequently, I begin working on these areas, while also teaching the student how to further highlight their strengths. I always ensure that the student is comfortable with the basic structure before moving onto the fine details.
I usually start with a thorough diagnostic assessment . I also like to find out what interests students have so that I can plan lessons around them individually as far as possible. If it were literacy I would usually do a Woodcock assessment. For other writing/ reading skills I would ask for an essay to look at to get me started on where "gaps" in understanding or skills lie.
Hello! I am Jizelle White and I have been a teacher for over 5 years. My teaching method is based on supportive instruction and constructive feedback. I believe the best teaching relationships are based on respect and encouragement.
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