My approach to teaching English is by giving students a coherent and engaging structure through which they can complete their work.
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.
I'm a calm, patient, organised and relaxed teacher whose lessons are geared towards anyone that wants help with their studies. I provide support in a safe environment that will allow students to thrive. I use the gradual release method of teaching, where I work through a problem, we work through it together and then they work through it on their own when they're ready.
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 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 like to individualise my sessions based on the student and their own learning needs. I have the ability to adapt my teaching method based on the student's learning style (ie. visual, audio, "learn one, do one, teach one" method, etc). I know that some people take longer for certain concepts or themes to click and understand that there is more than one way of teaching a specific topic.
I teach by constantly readjusting my teaching style to the individualistic needs of the student. Whether they learn visually, hands-on or through theory I will provide suitable stimuli to improve their results and abilities. I can easily do mathematical sums in my head and am good at making up example questions.
My teaching method depends on the student's needs. I work closely with what the student needs to learn/ know for their studies, and I try to find creative ways to expand their learning through discussion and application. I also value feedback from students and parents if they would like to see a change in my teaching style.
My approach to teaching is to make our content relatable and enjoyable for all the students I work with. I am passionate about inspiring a love for life-long learning – both in and out of the classroom – and I hope to help the students in my care achieve their goals and be confident in their own potential.
I try to make things as simple as they are. We often over-complicate our tasks and work, and I see it as my job — something I enjoy — to help students to develop basic strategies to get tasks done.
When teaching, my methods are patient, welcoming and encourage students to thoroughly engage with the texts or topic of study. I use a range of study options in terms of developing learning strategies that cater for differing learning styles, such as designing lessons around verbal learning, visual learning, or the inclusion of classroom technology.
My teaching method is such that we will practice basics first. Make sure that a foundation is established so that you can know how to tackle any text, even in exam conditions. We will work together on building essay plans, and will practice how to write readings and essays during exams.
I am convinced that the best way to tailor a study program on a student is to first and foremost talk to them and understand what their points of strength are and what they encounter difficulties in. I believe in communication and in encouraging the student to always try their best, no matter if they will make mistakes of struggle to complete the task.
*My background has been diverse so the students my lessons would be geared toward are those who are struggling with reading and literacy skills.
My teaching method is to help students learn how to study and understand the theories independently as well as teaching them the theories themselves. I believe that understanding the process behind a technique is more important than knowing how to perform the techniques.
My teaching method is predominately based on proving students with simple yet intensive notes based on the work that they are currently completing in class. I will go through the notes explain and teach them to my student thoroughly, this step is crucial to my teaching method as I know that some students learn better when being conversed to about the modules they are learning.
The lesson structure would begin with ensuring the core idea is fully understood, a brief overview of what the student interprets the work as, and any areas of concern they may have for themselves. It is my belief that effective education can be completed once there is mutual respect, communication and collaboration between the teacher and the student.
I like to develop a good relationship to build trust so that I can determine what works best for you. I adjust easily to methods and am interested in what you have to say so that eventually my help wont be really required because you have grown in your skills.
I use explicit instruction methods to teach. Lesson structure would be tailored to each individual student and their requirements, but would generally start with the student explaining their difficulty/task, then I will demonstrate/explain, show an example, go through the process with them, have them do it themselves and finally check the results.
I encourage discussion based learning and curious students, aiming to assist them with difficulties while maintaining an inquisitive mindset. I can help with teaching the stimulus material of the curriculum, editing work and assisting in formulating ideas and creating assessment pieces.
My teaching method is for students to feel they are having fun, as well as learning. I give out poems and readings, analysis them with students. I will make scenarios with them and give relating topics in order for my students to be confident in debating and having an argument. My goal in my teaching methodology is make students feel confident in their reading and their writing.
I prefer to explore a few methods to determine what is best way for a student to learn. Lessons will be one on one as to maximise potential. I believe the teachers objective is to act as a guide. This gives the student to maintain the sense of freedom as they can bring many things that a teacher can't to their education.
I believe that every student is different and should be treated such. I am a result-oriented teacher and focus on changing and evolving my methods to bring out the best in students. I like to have structured lesson plans with scope for changes according to student levels.
I have a heads, hearts and hands approach. I use imaginative backdrops to teach at times. I cater for different learners - kinaesthetic , audio or visual learners. I also cater for the 7 different types of intelligences. I can teach people a systematic way to write essays and research.
I'm offering lessons that will assist students with preparation skills for exams and assignments, as well as advance their essay writing and analysis skills, with regard to furthering and deepening their arguments and ultimately helping them achieve better marks. My lesson structure would be based around whatever work they are currently undertaking, and I would prepare material from that.
I like to look at my students' goals, strengths and weaknesses and go from there. This provides students with an opportunity to let me help them use their strengths to fight their weaknesses, and see success in their results.
My teaching method is generally based on the students strengths and outside of school interests and areas in which they excel in.
I am a problem-solver by nature and my teaching approach is to identify both the technical issues and the gaps in broader understanding of a subject in order to improve writing. In order to help, I'll need a sample of your current writing to review beforehand. I'll also be sure to read the text in question so as to fully utilise our session.
My teaching method, although based on the average teaching method, involves more discussion, questions and free time for the students to actively participate, and engage. I believe in the power of colour, especially when note-taking, and, specifically for English, for it to be spread out all over the place.
I base my classes on hard work and dedication. I believe a lot of students don't try to study or don't understand the content being taught. I'll start at the basics and build up from there, a strong foundation is essential to success.
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