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.
My mantra is: make every topic relevant to the student's life and interest. The reason I love language class is that you can customise any learning experience to make it relevant to your own interests. For example, if in my academic English class we were learning about referencing, I could ask a student to bring their favourite book or newspaper.
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.
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.
I assist students that are struggling with specific aspects or tasks (presentation, speech, essay). The students bring their problem to the table, and we work together to solve the issue. Lessons are usually an hour long, and we use Skype, and email to exchange documents and send annotated copies of work.
As I have taught Arts related subjects like English, history, political science etc., for 4 years, I have realised that students learn and remember things better in two ways; first) when they explore a subject themselves and in-depth or second) when they are asked to re-write the given study material in their own lingo that will help them memorise it.
My teach method is contextual. As per the context, I love to use participatory approach where the learner can grow and perform own his/her own with the guidelines of teachers. Students focused approach is what I generally use.
I rely a lot on dialogue, and using communicative teaching techniques to enable people into thinking outside of the box. There is a constant exchange of ideas, wherein the learner is encouraged to operate independently.
My teaching method is that each child does not only need to be able to read and write, but also comprehend what they have read and written in order to understand what is being said. It is not only essential for a child to be able to read but to also understand what the have read.
I am very attentive and responsive to students. I take the time to understand the issue that they are struggling with and work with them to find the best solution. A typical lesson with me would focus on a range of topics such as essay framework, vocabulary and close reading.
I am a confident, kind, sensitive, earnest and enthusiastic communicator who is able to disseminate and make complex concepts clear and comprehensible.
My lessons are for anyone who wants to learn and improve their English speaking, reading, writing skills. I have a friendly demeanour and am patient with my students. I want to see that they perform well and I work hard to acheive that.
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Hi, I am a second year university student and I study a double degree of teaching with a major in English. I will put my students first and assess their abilities. Once I have done this we will work together to improve their writing skills.
I am a teacher by profession and still works (though I am currently on study leave from my home country since I am doing Masters here in Australia) in a high school. I have been teacher for 11 years and my teaching subjects includes English and History.
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 adapt my method to students needs and abilities. Lots of coloured pens, pencils, highlighters and post it notes. I use different media, from YouTube, Films and apps. I believe that being able to express yourself well in English whatever your learning ability is vital and helps build self esteem.
I base my classes on conversation and essential grammar skills.
I have managed to acquire more than a few books on learning Latin and Greek. The first step would be to sit down with the potential student to gauge their prior knowledge of grammar etc. in order to work out the pace for teaching and what their personal goals are.
I have a thorough subject knowledge and do my best to share that with my students. I encourage wide reading and can assist with exam prep and essay writing by practising the skills required.
In my experience, the best way to approach the study of literature is through "close reading" of the text, combined with knowledge of the historical and cultural context in which it was written, and the life experiences of the author. My tuition uses these three aspects to encourage a fuller appreciation of the text being studied.
Teacher with 12 years teaching experience from kindergarten through undergraduate, specialist language training, verbal reasoning, methods of reading and writing, social studies, teaching experience for students with special needs. Affordable costs, personalized teaching, professional treatment and excellent tracking.
I graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the UNAM, I studied a degree in Hispanic Language and Literature. My classes are dynamic, teach them the Spanish track exercises to learn it through practice and not just memory. I am patient and I teach because it is what I like.
I love to teach based on examples that are related to our contemporaneity and so we can learn about William Shakespeare through The Lion King or concepts of classical Greek literature, such as Deus ex machina, with Toy Story to make the reception of knowledge much more enjoyable, in addition to sharing my professional experience that has a solid literary base.
Interactive student-centered method. Flexible, based on individual student needs.
I've been passionate about English literature for as long as I can remember and achieved an A grade in my Junior Certificate [GCSE equivalent] and an A1 in my Leaving Certificate [A-Level Equivalent]. I moved to Belfast and graduated from Queen's in May 2017 with a degree in English and history.
The aim of this workshop is to explore the confines of the mind through literary practice, play with language and experiences and try to reach the state of "lyrical disinhibition" where the barriers of mind, body and feelings are undone . The workshop 'Writing Dynamics' seeks to experiment with interdisciplinary techniques to stimulate writing.
As a student, I am used to teaching a variety of levels, and I adapt my teaching to each student, as I do not believe that there is one universal method for all students. I spend time over the first session working out how my student learns and I adapt my method accordingly.
I believe that everybody has creativity inside of them. Creativity is deeply connected to who we are and most importantly who we can be, our vocation and our strengths. It is the source of confidence which is vital to an open mind and the success of learning.
I hope to tutor A-level and GCSE students, by going through the text and analysing the relevant parts in detail and making the often unclear texts easier to understand. I also know a variety of resources which I can direct them on to and will help them to find the best ways to research the topics.
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