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.
I understand exactly what is needed to develop fluency in a foreign language. I have been there myself as a language student. The lessons will be focused on developing practical communication skills and everyday language functions that will be of use to you in everyday life in Australia. They will be fun, engaging and you will rapidly develop confidence in English.
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 follow constructivist learning theory. My learners learn by doing. I give them tasks and projects which they perform repeatedly while using English throughout the process, until they approach proficiency. I also dig in to the learners' areas of interest, and try to give them speaking, listening, reading and writing activities within those areas at least 40% of the time to maintain engagement.
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.
My teaching methodology is communication based using different sources of material depending on the learner's level, background, learning styles and specific language issues and interests ( typically more visual aids and controlled practice for low level learners, more context based language exposure and discussions for high level, and exam based teaching for learners training for a particular...
I have been a preceptor to nursing students and being patient is important. I make sure to gauge what their current knowledge is and the goals they want to meet in assessing the time and teaching required. Every person is different and the method must be suited to their needs and capability.
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 philosophy is to aim to make those I teach feel comfortable and confidant as they become more familiar with English as a second language. Students will learn ways to improve their skills in areas ranging everyday conversation to their own professional development.
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.
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.
Being an English teacher is my occupation and vocation. I am a Master of Arts in English teaching and Applied Linguistics, Griffith University, Australia. After graduation, I taught at Griffith University and a variety of language academies in Australia, England, Scotland, Spain in addition to being a private tutor.
My teaching method is both relational in nature and diverse in style. People come from a variety of backgrounds and circumstances and this must be taken into account when working with students of any age. So empathy is key. Moreover, as students have different learning modalities and multiple intelligences, an individualized educational approach would be necessary for effective teaching.
Using an individualised approach using a Reggio Emilio philosophy of utilising the student's interests in a relaxing and friendly environment. Being bilingual assist me in understanding and empathising with people who need to learn English as a second language.
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.
Since I am a student myself, I am always prepared. It is extremely important that there is a sense of comfort between a tutor and the student and I aim towards that. I am a young adult myself and understand how studies can affect a student and have a philosophy that what i give you as an input must yield an output. There must be work put in from both sides.
My teaching methods are dynamic and also interactive depending on the learning styles of each of my students. I make sure I adopt a teaching method that best suits my students. I also make sure they understand what I teach very well before moving to the next topic. Teaching and learning Materials used are very reliable and proficient. Lessons will be done online.
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.
As a teacher I am lighthearted but focused and motivated to help my students to be the best they can be. My sessions include general conversation about any topic you choose or I gladly guide the sessions. They also include writing down words and sounds we may like to focus on and revising those in future sessions. I also like to record my voice so students can refer back to these between sessions.
I based my classes according to the students levels and planning lesson and activities based on their preferred learning style and which can make them enjoying the lessons
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.
English is the language of science, of aviation, computers, diplomacy, and tourism. Knowing English will increase your chance of getting a good job in a multinational company within your home country or of finding work abroad. Learning has a strategy.
I am friendly, outgoing and efficient in my approach to working with students and teach them using various strategies and technological aids and aim the lesson to their level and ability while at the same time building confidence in them to use the language according to their needs.
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 like to get my students talking and using English. I want to help them to make sentences so they know how to use expressions well. I like to help my students build confidence for everyday situations. I also like to help them to improve their English for academic or business purposes. If a student wants me to then I can also be meticulous in noticing and correcting mistakes.
My teaching method is definitely performance based following audio visual techniques and materials. By creating 'situations' I usually start my speaking classes where the learners automatically involve themselves in speaking English spontaneously without any prior preparation at home.
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