BA in Elementary Education, MA in Theatre Education. Experienced in primary grades in reading, writing and math. One on one helps bring the reading level to grade and more. I use the three modalities of learning: visual, aural, and kinsthetic.
My teaching method includes showing students ways to enhance their writing starting from the beginning. We would work on brainstorming and organization strategies, to evidence choosing, and finally independent proof-reading so that eventually the student is a completely independent writer.
My teaching philosophy is that every student learns differently and has different needs. This is why I don't believe in a one size fits all teaching method. I asses each student and create a lesson plan based on their needs and the subject matter being taught. I have found from my years of teaching that this methodology is what works best.
My teaching method is very hands on. I like to read the work together and get the students take on what it means and then try to see what was going on in that time of history to try and get a better grasp on the literature itself.
My teaching method is to help students find their own strengths and their writing voice. Each person has a unique voice in their writing style and mastering that is key to successful English papers. My lessons will include basic formatting of papers, format, and how to stay on track supporting the original thesis statement from the introduction paragraph.
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a minor in Religious Studies from Cal State Dominguez Hills. My techniques is to have a one-on-one session by discussing the reading, essay, or assignment bit by bit with no filter.
I have a Bachelor's Degree in English and am a Credentialed teacher in English. I'm currently working on transferring my California Credential to Oklahoma. In addition, I am TOSEL, TEFL and TESL certified.
I graduated from Conroe High School with Honors. I went to Southern Methodist University for two years while studying Journalism. I changed my major to Education and transferred to Sam Houston State University where I achieved my Bachelor of Arts Degree. I got my Real Estate Agent's license, my Real Estate Broker's license, and my Insurance Producers license in two states.
Hello! I am currently a college student finishing up my BA with a major in English and minor in history while being in the secondary education program; to put it shortly, I'm two classes away from being an English and/or history teacher for 7-12th grade! Teaching is my passion and I love helping students explore their interests in the subjects I hold closest to my heart.
For my lessons, I plan to help students struggling with the following: analyzing poetry or novels, understanding the themes behind well known high school books, essay writing and how to structure a MLA formatted essay, how to find scholarly articles and utilize them in writing, creative writing including poetry and short stories, and overall develop an understanding with the student about the...
When it comes to teaching and tutoring English, I generally adopt a Socratic approach. This back and forth, in which the tutor maintains an intense discussion with the student, allows that student to come to their own conclusions about difficult works, and to communicate those conclusions in clear, articulate responses.
My teaching methodology is individualized and tailored to meet each student's needs. With over twenty years of teaching and tutoring experience under my belt, I know that starting where the student is and moving forward from there guarantees the best results. For instance, learning how to write an Introduction, Thesis Statement and Outline are the building blocks of any essay, regardless of topic.
Each lesson would first review the previous lesson to ensure the student is understanding. Once both myself and the student are confident in their comprehension, we will move on. I want to create an experience that is both educational and enjoyable.
My junior year English teacher inspired me to go on to study and teach English. There is an entire world to discover in the pages of literature. My undergraduate degree is in English Literature and my graduate degree is in counseling. My style of teaching is to be conversational and contemplative. Lectures will involve both. When analyzing literature or poetry, there is a need to sit with the text.
Using my own interdisciplinary discussion-focused curriculum, and texts such as Aristotle’s Poetics, students and I discuss word connotation, etymology and French/Latin/Greek roots, grammar, and conceptual structure in order to expand their understanding of language and writing. Students will take away a new confidence in their writing and expanded expertise.
I like to take each student, assess their needs and build my lessons around their most critical needs first. The student-centered approach is where I am able to coach and facilitate student learning and overall comprehension of material, and to measure student learning through both formal and informal forms of assessment, like group projects, student portfolios, and class participation.
Writing is an crucial skill in any field. No matter what you do, you have to be able to communicate to others why it matters. I approach my writing lessons by finding out how writing applies to your interests. For k-8 students I like to structure each lesson around a topic and, from there, explore the different ways writing helps us to understand it.
Read, re-read, discuss, and treasure. The goal of reading the greats is not to show others that you are well read. The goal is to pursue the pleasure of seeing beauty, knowing truth, and treasuring the good.
My personal goal for my future cultural, community inclusive and diversified classroom is to challenge students and watch them grow to their full potential. I want to take students at different levels and see them develop together for the betterment of each individual.
I follow Gagnet's nine events of instruction in all the lessons I teach. I only introduce new content when students have a solid mastery of prior knowledge. I also provide lots of exercises for them to enhance knowledge retention and transfer.
Bachelor of Arts - English - Penn State University Master of Arts - English (September 2018) - Southern New Hampshire University I believe that each student learns differently and has their own unique style of learning, so embracing that is best when first starting out.
I am almost a college graduate with years of creative writing and literary experience under my belt. I will be tutoring middle school and high school students, and possibly some entry-level college students as well. I am invested in all of my students and my goal is to help them succeed.
Hi, I'm Natalie! I can offer help in English literature, resume writing, essay writing, and creative writing for any high school student. I'm a Certified Teacher still moving forward with my degree and would love to help you out in any way that I can.
I am a high school graduate with a diploma. I have attended community college in my hometown and have some college experience.
My name is Michael Wilwohl. I have been an English teacher at the secondary level for twenty years. I believe that all students can learn and achieve at a high level. Students learn in different ways, and I differentiate instruction to match the various learning styles of my students.
I have a Masters Degree in English Literature and can give lessons on any literature taught in high school and community college. I can also help with essay writing and test prep for ACT, SAT, and AP Lit and Comp as well as AP Lang and Comp. Discussions and one on one help with writing are my strong points. Lessons usually consist of instruction and then practice or discussion.
I am an author, I teach anyone from my own children to college level students. I focus on how to use words to paint a vivid lasting picture. My philosophy is if a picture is worth a thousand words, the right word is worth a million pictures.
In tutoring, I teach students what they need to learn for exams and lessons effectively and clearly. In private lessons, I teach students what they are passionate for. While establishing solid fundamentals, I find out what kind of music they love and give them the tools to pursue it.
ROSELLA PERRONE – Teaching Philosophy 2018 I am a teacher. For more than 25 years—half a lifetime—that simple sentence has defined my professional—and a generous part of my private life. During those years I learned to learn--and so, learned to teach. For surely, teaching is a “two way street.
Teaching is interaction, engagement, and, most importantly, listening. I believe that listening to students' concerns and desires is key to establishing positive working relationships and to improving student growth, productivity, and commitment.
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