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...
My teaching methodology is to play games with you in order to understand your level and play style. After i get a good understanding on both of those i will give you advice on what i think is best to improve your play and also share some information that I've learned from putting countless hours into playing the game.
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.
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.
My teaching methodology will mostly be getting people better at aiming and getting the right settings, as well as having better strategy. Once through a few lessons, I would also play with people that have Xbox. And for the people who don't, I will continue to help them. I would be willing to consider any ways you can think of for me to teach you as well.
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.
Open teaching non bias, facts are facts with a little bit of humor.
My teaching method is "natural and organic". Get to know what passions and interests gamer has. Gauge level of knowledge to pin point objectives and overall goal. Once assessed, set small objectives to achieve working towards overall objective. Understand clients long term objectives.
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 name is Aaron McNeal. I am a online multiplayer gamer who gives lessons to gamer who want to become better. I teach lessons in games such as (Call Of Duty, GTA Online, and Halo 4 and Halo 5). I help students to have better awareness, and quicker reaction times as well as better precision aiming.
I base my method of gaming as precise, strategic, and almost as a rushing push. I also may teach how to become a well marksman in most games, with my knowledge of distance and trajectory i can teach others how to align the students scope.
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.
-Identify positive habits that are lacking and practice them -Identify negative habits that are present and avoiding them -Maximizing the amount of forethought you as a player can have -Forcing your opponent to make as many decisions as possible and pushing your advantage when they make a bad one
I have experience helping players of all experience level achieve higher rankings and overall a better understanding of the games logistics (WoW and Starcraft). I enjoy sharing what I've learned over my many years of gaming and seeing others work their way up to becoming the level of player they want to be.
I will assess where the student is at in the game. We will go through simulations and actual playing. The learner should be prepared to take notes, but also be willing to make mistakes in order to learn how to survive and eventually make it to the top spot.
My teaching method is practice and fast thinking. I am a streamer and i believe everyone could be a good gamer if they have the right person teaching them. Patience and time is what we need to make you the best gamer that you could be.
Just here to help entertain the gamers if they need a buddy to play games with if their not that social. Won't get into there personal life just here to game and farm with them like a brother. Help them improve and learn different things in the game world.
I am a simple gamer hoping to give Total war fans a lesson on how to play Total war games well. I would try to help them learn the pros and cons of each units, decisions, and more.
Based on Your skill set I will teach you tips and Tricks on how to get better at sniping, boosting K/D and score per minute. Also tips and tricks on how to get guns gold, diamond, dark matter.
I am just an all around gamer, ill give lessons to anyone who requires my assistance. I usually teach by example and hands on techniques. I'll try to be as descriptive and helpful as possible and work with you until I feel there is nothing more I can teach you or you feel confident enough to go on your own.
I base my Lesson on Flanking, Accuracy, and quick thinking. If you cannot make decisions in less than one second, you won't succeed. I am here to improve your ability to think on the fly. No one is a bad gamer.
I believe that intensity is a key factor in a majority of video games and since call of duty is reaction based getting use to intensity is a must. I teach how to stay collected in extreme pressured situations and how to think of a proper next move.
I approach each topic of knowledge with a personalized approach coming from trouble shooting i've done with my student. I can go from someone looking to break into the professional circle to the casual player looking to elevate his game.
My teaching method is to first run some games with you & basically get a feel on how you play. Once I get a general idea of your skill level I will show you tips & tricks that I have learned in my 17 years of gaming.
First, I'll examine player(s) strengths and weakness. Discuss their goals they are interested in reaching. Then, I'll work with individuals or teams, to form a synergistic and competitive team. I'll help promote a more calm, calculating, and communicating team. My goal is to get the player(s) comfortable to land anywhere and produce a win. Likewise, able to enjoy casual play and confidence to win.
I base my teachings mainly off of questions you have. I also look at replays and previous games you've played to analyse your gameplay. But really I can teach you how you prefer. If you want me to review replays, I'd love to do that.
Learn by map and obj pros play obj they are a team best way to get better is not be better shooter but better team mate but for very inexperienced and those looking better shoot I will home your shot it in through sensitivity training and feel
Every person is different. So, every teaching experience depends on the student. There is no one method. However, we begin by assessing the skill level of the student, and their strengths and weaknesses. I encourage a positive, growing atmosphere. Where everyone can feel comfortable and safe.
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