My lessons benefit students actively looking to improve themselves in their given field, and with a passion and genuine interest in the subject. Private sessions offer the best experience as it means I'll have more time to interact with the student one on one. Workload will vary depending on the student.
My teaching method is relaxed, i will coach you in team play and solo's, from being on your team to get those chicken dinners to bring the voice in your head pointing you in the right direction.
Depends on what game I can show u how to craft, hunt and be sneaky so u will not be spotted
I want to teach how to create a video game or talk about your favorite game and some strategies you use whilst playing. I base my classes on working your way up to becoming a video game tester. I can help you by listening what you have to say and the working out a strategy.
My teaching methods would include relating to the students and not so much telling but showing and keeping a pace of which everyone can follow along
I main support/bot and mid as secondary and can teach other players of bronze to platinum in detail about these roles. I can teach you by providing you with constructive feedback after spectating your past game recordings/live games or having you duo together with me.
Discord call screen share to talk you through game knowledge and theory and steps to ensure you climb the ladder
I teach just like I would want to be taught, which is being patient yet straightforward to the student making sure I am completely clear, concise, and to the point while also making sure I give appraisals to the student whenever he/she exhibits positives during the lesson while also making sure when the student falters, to explain exactly what he/she did wrong and continue to explain HOW to fix...
Have you recently discovered Starcraft 2 but you do not understand anything? Are you stuck in your league while you want to progress? The game is not so complicated when you know how to approach it and I will be here to support you throughout your progress.
First of all I base myself on the playground that will allow me to see your level. We will be able to make 1v1 Build fight and Aim map so that you can learn the basics of the game. As soon as you feel ready we will go to normal game for you to measure yourself to real players. We will take stock of what you really want to become.
I can promise you that despite my young age, 14 years old, I am extremely well-trained video game level. I master the rpg (The Elder Scrolls), platform games (Mario Bros.), tactical FPS (CS: GO). I am adapting to the demand and I promise not to stultify you with stupid games. I will adapt the list of my games according to your level and your apprehension. Trust me, I will always listen to you.
When I teach I put a big emphasis on basics because it is what creates a strong foundation. My methods include standard/basic PC FPS knowledge, core building shooter techniques, situational/map awareness exercises, ideal mouse/keyboard settings. All the way to more advance techniques and shooter tactics. I'm big with patience and making sure my students have a clear understanding of my techniques.
My teaching method would be done through a webcam - this will allow me to connect with my students, understand their problems and provide them with the best tips possible to take your gaming ability to a new awesome level
It depends on the game. But I will start off with the basic concept of the game,once you get the hang of it I’ll will proceed with more advanced skills.
In 1 to 1 I would get your to do a few matches to see what your skills are like and start planning ways to improve you though out lessons. In a group I would get you to start the same then use custom matches to home in skills and add more skills to your list.
I add you on the game then we will partly see your level how you play and then we will go in creative mode to teach you the basics of construction, edict that will help you achieve a lot of Royal Victory
What does creating art for video games consist of? Is there any difference in making art for video consoles or doing it for mobile? Is it the same job to make an asset for a game like a castle, an enchanted prince, or the medieval land they inhabit? Throughout this tutorial we will try to see the answer to these questions, which is easy, and we will try to be able to carry out these works.
I teach people in game and out of game and I show people how to improve/learn how to play the game I do this through a special mode that allows you to focus on the topic. I can also you draft for those with draft anxiety or just improve your draft in general.
First I like to see how you play, to get a sense of how you understand the game, so I can give you tips and help you improve. My goal is to help you notice patterns and techniques in game-play, so that you may improve on your own and become a better gamer.
I can imagine that I would be a fun but jumbled teacher, seeing as I have never taught before. I would base my classes around what my students wanted to know.
I will start off with the basic concept of the game, and go step by step depence how fast you learn things. Also I will repeat same stuff until you don't get and do perfect as me. (for example: hard smoke).
My way of teaching is divided into several points, starting with the knowledge and understanding of the game, through the game styles, general mechanics, character mechanics, concepts, ways to climb, knowledge of strengths and weaknesses, strategies, comparison and analysis of professional teams etc. If necessary and the basic eloboost service is required, it is possible to do so.
My teaching method will start out with some basic background knowledge followed by a deeper dive into what the student wishes to learn and gain from our time together. I will make sure each student is satisfied with the time spent with me and ensure progress.
My teaching methods are understanding that ever person is different and need to find what works best for for them. Start with the basics learning the controls, changing the settings to what works best. Next teaching the tricks of the trade everything you need to know to become better at the game of choice.
I will be watching your replays before we start a session and I will be noting down observations. During the session I will point out your mistakes and we will be discussing together what you should have done and why.
Hello, I am a video game player on PC. I'm in a semi-pro team myself.
I would teach online as I am a university student. I use Discord or Skype with screen share on. I analyze your games and give you the knowledge you need to know before a game starts. Most importantly, I will teach you the macro necessary to win.
Practice makes perfect is the age old line but this is a videogame built on systems that can be exploited to ensure efficiency and most of all victory.
The players I look to teach the higher levels of games should know the basics, I can't teach you ingrate things like aiming, skills such as that are things you must learn, think of it like you must have the puzzle pieces before I can explain how the puzzle can be assembled, this does not require you to pull off trickshots across a map of course.
My teaching method is to see what the student wants to learn, because its so much easier to teach a student with a desire to learn. After establishing what they want to improve on, I then observe them playing, to see not just their faults, but their strengths as well. After assessing this then the actual teaching can begin.
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