I give lessons, with respect to students, at various levels-----i.e., from the High School level, to the College/University level------based on my teaching experience of over 30 years. My lesson structure, varies------depending on the level of the students. My characteristics are tailored to fit the requirements, etc., of each student.
I ask each student, no matter the age or grade level, to come prepared to each lesson with specific questions and goals relating to the subject. Whether its topics to be better understood or assignments to perform better on, being able to quickly narrow in on the source of the trouble allows me to better structure our time together to achieve the best possible results.
I am a high school graduate, looking to teach young kids how to read, write, and speak proper English. I am bilingual, speak both English and Spanish. Am very good at helping young children get to learn before they reach a higher level of education.
I use a range of sensory mnemonics to improve your speed at Latin grammar. You will have tools based on your approach to studying. I create and adapt readings to help you build understanding. From following along with the book - to writing your own, I will help you get to the level of Latin you want.
Knowing how to learn, as well as what to learn, is essential to academic success. I take an integrative approach to help students master study skills and subject matter at the same time. Clear and achievable goals are essential, so I break down every subject into manageable chunks with regular assessments to give you an idea of your progress.
Sarah worked for two years as a private tutor with an acclaimed tutoring agency in the greater NYC area. She was trained in tutoring the SAT, ACT, ISEE, SHSAT, SSAT, SAT subject tests in Literature, Latin, and Math levels I and II. She has well over 1,000 hours of tutoring experience in the NYC metro area and helps her students capture over 50% of possible remaining points on average.
I learned long time ago that each student is unique; we all learn in different ways. DIFFERENCES ARE GOOD! Over the past five years, I have tutored a student over a thousand miles away from Grade 9-12 and then through the first semester of junior college. He is now flourishing at college on his own in Computer Science.
I teach college level philosophy courses. My method is conversational as I lecture and encourage questions to sharpen focus on the material at hand. I assign readings for each session and begin with a review then take up new material.
My tutoring approach is based both on the level of preparation of the student and his/her particular needs. I make sure that the student has the necessary time to apprehend new concepts and memorize the necessary vocabulary and grammatical structures.
I start with the fundamentals and help the student to build up to reading Greek and Latin literature. It is important that the student is confident in vocabulary and grammar before he or she moves on to real immersive reading.
My main goal in tutoring is to help students gain more confidence and personal satisfaction in their Latin studies. We begin by approaching what students consider to be their most pressing "problems" as far as grammar, translation or any other detail. Then, lessons can be structured to run concurrently with the student's classroom study.
My teaching method depends on the student's current ability level, the textbook they might be required to use, and what their ultimate goals are. My primary focus is to help the student to gain proficiency as well as (and this is very important) succeeding in the classroom. Each teacher is different; it is my job to help the student be successful in their particular classroom environment.
I think we need to improve so many things in our educational system, the authority should be replace for mutual respect, while listening is the most important fact and in the communication.
Through techniques I've learned from the past twenty years of following self expression, emotion, and poetry, I help to inspire participants by demonstrating the performance of emotionally charged work. Using writing prompts and inspirational, techniques we will create a work of honest and authentic self expression.
My goal as a tutor is to cultivate a mutual engagement with the student; ideally, this strong dynamic will feed an intellectual dialogue that will lead to efficacious learning. I also like to set specific goals for each tutoring session, tailored to the personality and specific needs of the student.
I have a M.A. in Latin and have taught 7th-10th grade Latin for 14 years in a private school in downtown Charleston SC. I primarily use the Cambridge Latin Course, but I also use the digital tools of Quia (for online practice activities and quizzes) and Google Apps (for online interactive lessons).
I approach any subject teaching for mastery, seeing where student and/or class is and making certain that they understand key concepts and skills before moving on, varying presentation as needed and providing regular assessment and feedback to verify such skills.
I recently graduated from Vanderbilt University with my Bachelor's Degree in English and economics. I am a literature enthusiast who loves writing and editing essays. My goal is to help students improve their grammar skills and gain writing and reading comprehension confidence, all while developing a greater appreciation for English literature.
i am a tutor i teach languges and pre calculus my favorite subject to teach is art my name is Benjamin Norales i am 22 i am still in collage have a degree in art's study at lamar university MY FAVORITE COLOR IS RED THANKS Ben is short for benajmin
I have a Master's Degree in Counseling with a Certification in Guidance Counseling. I give tutoring sessions to those who need academic help on all levels. •Tutor wide range of secondary school and college students. •Hold group and one-on-one tutoring sessions. •Specialize in homeschool student support and college prep studies.
I have three degrees, including a Ph.D., in English literature and language as well as a law degree. I am retired as a Lead GED Teacher, but I still teach college level English classes, including high school students in dual-enrolled and Move On When Ready classes. I am creative, flexible, and committed to student success.
My language classes at all levels, from beginner to advanced, stress student participation in reading, translating, and writing ancient Greek and Latin. I encourage students to study together, and work together in class, as well as individually. Students in my courses feel that they are part of a community that thrives together.
I pattern my lessons individually started with interest and diagnostic appraisals. Knowing the student needs, self assessment and documented assessments provides a springboard for learning.I enjoy using the public library as a teaching site in order to acquaint students with valuable teaching resources available with a library card.
Making difficult material understandable! Students have consistently related well to my methods. Many have passed out equivalency requirements at graduate and undergraduate institutions. In 30 weeks, we can present the ancient Greek (or New Testament Greek) "toolbox" -- minimum tools to know the grammar. Or for intermediate students, we can read through a graded reader.
I have a Masters in Education and a PhD in communications, am bilingual English Spanish, and have experience in U.S. and Latin American universities teaching and perfecting my students' command of English grammar, writing, style and pronunciation. I now work worldwide on line.
Students deserve to be a part of their own learning process. With that in mind, I like to continually pause my lesson plans to ask my students to briefly (and succinctly) explain the concepts I have just been teaching them. Students often sit and nod their head while being lectured without truly understanding the material being taught.
I am happy to teach beginners in Koine or Classical Greek. In the past, the structure of my lessons has been reviewing the homework, memorizing paradigms, and then introducing a grammatical concept if necessary. My classes were memorization heavy, as I was expected to know the vocabulary and paradigms. I believe being able to parse and decline are important tools to understanding the language.
I have a PhD in Linguistics and have knowledge of Latin grammar that I would love to share with you. I use traditional techniques to help you memorize the noun declensions and verb conjugations. Latin will help you understand English better - as well as the Romance languages (like French and Spanish). We will have fun while you learn Latin.
I just graduated from high school and was distinguished among my class as an excellent Latin student, receiving awards from my school each year and being chosen for the National Latin Honor Society. I have studied Latin for seven years and have read selections from Caesar, Cicero, Catullus, Vergil, and Ovid.
Since the tutoring sessions are one on one or at least a small group, I first want to get to know the student and discover their learning styles and what they find difficult or easy. I like to have a few different tasks each session (e.g. some oral, some written), and once I get to know the student, I can look for useful material to bring to the next session.
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