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 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 prefer to teach through a casual conversation style which relaxes the students. This allows our interaction to feels less like formal lectures and more of a peer-to-peer interaction. Throughout the lesson I like to run drills to make sure that the concepts are landing.
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.
Hi, my name is Amy Robinson and I have just graduated from university. I have taught English in Japan and love to help students from other countries to improve their conversation skills in English. You can expect to learn about Australian culture, people, slang, English grammar and loads more. The lesson will be tailored to your needs with your expectations being met at all times.
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 like to approach a topic by first making sure I know the level of understanding the person I am teaching has for any given topic, and then go from there. I know learning can at times be frustrating if you're struggling to understand the content and that you might want to give up, so I aim to make my lessons easy to understand without it being too overwhelming.
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.
As the learning abilities are different of each learner, I use a combination of approaches while teaching. This could be direct teaching to using authentic material and some time using roles plays, home works, presentations etc to ensure that learners are benefited all the way.
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.
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 always try to get along with my students and have a firm understanding of their strengths and weaknesses so I can prepare my lessons efficiently. Start from the basics and work my way up to advance skills. I aim for an easy-going, efficient and comfortable sessions.
I teach in an easy and fast learning technique. I follow a very effective practical teaching style by identifying the students weak points. I teach students using applied English used in today's top professional world by personal tutions and online study material. I recommend students to have a face to face session because it's a language and it's all about communicating with each other.
Holly is a Writing Graduate, with a passion for the English language and a keen eye for editing and structural writing. My lessons are for school and university students; structured around the student's specific learning qualities, based on Low-Tech Kinesthetic Learning and a flipped classroom style. All students learn at a different rate with their own tricks to retain information.
I have learnt from my past few experiences working with students that each individual has their own approach to learning. I then, developed custom curriculums to assist and work synergistically together with the student to increase their overall attention span and produce a better outcome with regards to their grades.
I am friendly and have a relaxed approach, encouraging my students in their abilities and building confidence to help them achieve their potential in all areas. I enjoy creating interesting activities that are engaging and fun! I believe that learning is easier when the process is enjoyable and focuses on what students are interested in developing skills.
My approach to learning is individual-oriented. Depending on the needs of the student and their learning style, I adapt content and delivery for their unique requirements. Lessons will be friendly but packed with information, and I encourage the developing of your own opinions and contributions in class.
I teach by blending my personality with my student's needs and curriculum-appropriate methods. I make sure that the student will be comfortable with me so that he or she will learn without feeling bored and pressured. Lessons should me matched with what the school requires but I make sure that I give my own inputs.
Classes and lessons are based on my students likes/dislikes. I believe learning is most effective when the students are having fun! I teach early childhood to early high school students. I have been a preschool teacher & toddler teacher. I've also worked with children of immigrant and refugee families in the US through World Relief.
I try to make my lessons as personal as possible so students remain interested. There is always a way to draw together student interests and the topic at hand. It is also important to start with the objectives, and then work towards those goals with the building blocks of vocabulary, grammar, and then spontaneous oral production.
I believe that students have their own time and pace in learning new lessons or even in reviewing lessons. Rest assured that I will be patient, approachable, and will set techniques to different student so that they will effectively learn.
My teaching method is on a case by case basis. It is best to cater to each individual's specific need. So I use various methods that focus on the area that is most important for your needs. Audio-lingual methods and interactive methods are my preferred methods.
I base my classes on the students I have and their needs. I want to ensure that my students get what they need from me from each lesson. I am open to any and all questions and will go at the pace you need to feel that you understand the concepts. I speak clearly and use simple language until students are comfortable and feel ready to move up.
I believe clear easy to follow instructions along with a focus on proper practice, makes it much simpler for students to not only strengthen their existing skills, but also to develop and improve any areas of weakness. The student should be at the centre of any learning and teaching needs to be tailored to an individual students learning style so they get the maximum benefit from every lesson.
As a teacher, it is my duty to help students grow and improve. But I also know fully well that every individual is unique in his/her own way. That being said, it is impossible to approach every person with a fixed methodology. My techniques will vary depending on the grasping power, and the level of familiarity with the subject of every individual.
I have a student-centred approach to teaching. I first base my classes on a mixed-methods approach of structured, unstructured and interactive learning techniques in order to identify the students learning style. I identify the students strengths and weaknesses and work with styles that are best suited to the student.
I believe in facilitating classes, with learning being focused on active student participation and engagement. Instead of rote learning, students are actively challenged to reach their own conclusions with questions, discussions and corrections. I also incorporate much application of the language in daily life through engaging anecdotes / stories and relevant examples.
The best English lessons are significant and fun. They are significant because English should be useful and relevant; the student should be learning grammar and vocabulary that they will use in their everyday life. They are fun because every lesson should be memorable, and a fun lesson is much easier to remember.
Basically, what we do is practising conversational English/Japanese/Indonesian, learning idioms and phrases from there and also grammatical points. Aside from giving short speech, we will also do "shadowing" (repeating what you hear) from short conversations to longer ones depending on your needs.
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