My teaching methodology is student-centered. I focus on inquiry-based learning where the "I dunno how" is re-generated into a strong, enthusiastic "Whaaat?! That's fascinating!" This approach encourages teachers and students to investigate why well-covered topics are relevant to our personal present.
I most often work with students who struggle to respond to writing prompts from their English classes. Literary analysis and arguments (researched or not researched) are my specialties, though not the only types of academic writing I can help with. My approach is collaborative.
My technique is pretty simple, I believe in full immersion. I will show you some really cool stories, how they should be built, from the bottom up, and then I will expect you to make me some stories. These stories will be read to the class for feedback and certificates will be given at the end of the course for those that pass.
*Experience in tutoring college students and high school/middle school students in editing and revising a variety of written assignments *Skilled at close-reading of texts, developing a thesis, and discovering relevant research *Capable of explaining difficult material through examples *Focused on helping students achieve lasting change in quality of work *Enthusiastic and encouraging...
I am very attentive to detail! I will help you pick apart an essay so that your tone is refined and your grammar is excellent. I prepare weekly writing activities and provide you with engaging practice prompts to perfect your writing.
I believe that the best way to improve one's writing is to write as much as possible. Therefore, I am a strong proponent of frequent free writing. I evaluate writing in terms of higher versus lower order concerns (examples of higher order concerns include structure, content, and clarity, while lower order concerns have more to do with sentence-level issues like grammar and mechanics).
My teaching method is eclectic and focused on the material required for comprehension as well as the skilled delivery needed. I am a student-centered educator owing to the classic work of Carl Rogers--the client/student determines the specific needs to be met and methodology required by faithfully representing how much they know and how much they want to know.
I am a National Board Certified Teacher. I am certified in literacy, English, science, and gifted education for all grade levels. In addition to teaching, I also have two years experience as a curriculum developer focusing on AP Literature and AP Language. My lessons are hands-on, engaging, interactive, and purposeful.
-Four graduate degrees in literature, including the Ph.D. -Two recent books on literary subjects -Method of instruction: The student writes; I read, ask questions, and request greater depth and clarity; the student re-writes...
I work with students who are preparing for standardized test, such as the ACT and SAT, or who need a tutor for Algebra 1 and 2. I believe in using more than one method to get to the answer, as long as it can be mathematically proven.
I give lessons to students from primary school to college level. My techniques are to provide suggestions and areas of revision for student's papers, instead of simply editing their work. I also provide context and support for literature, but will not read the student's chapters for them.
Associate in Arts from College of the Albemarle - Bachelor of Arts from Campbell University - Some post-graduate experience at UNCW I was a tutor at both COA and CU while I was a student. I was also awarded the "President's List" distinction while at COA and was published in the CU school newspaper and the CU poetry magazine whenever I submitted articles or poems, respectively.
An advocate of mastery-based learning, I am emphatic about teaching to the student — i.e. pacing lessons appropriately, implementing visual and kinesthetic curriculum, and galvanizing the unique talents each student possesses. There is nothing more rewarding than being a part of a student’s confidence grow.
As an educator, I believe that students function best within educational settings when they feel respected, able to express their own individuality, and supported. With these priorities in mind, many of my lessons employ a specific chronological flow. Firstly, I dedicate a prominent amount of instruction time to introducing concepts and/or skill sets.
I meet each student where they are by highlighting their strengths, breaking down the basics of rhetorical expression, providing thorough proofreading and research guidance, and making the writing process a unique, individualized, and utterly enjoyable experience.
Greetings! Thank you for considering my services. If you are a high school student, we may make a good match. My primary focus revolves around anything having to do with non-fiction and fiction analysis, grammar, and writing. I am a patient and positive tutor who will motivate and guide you.
I approach learning English in the same way a carpenter approaches building a house. I start with a strong foundation in English (sentence structure, concepts of grammar, subject-verb identification), and then I help my students build their knowledge of English, to the point where students feel comfortable and confident speaking, reading, writing, and listening in English.
Each tutoring session is tailored to meet the student's needs. While one session may be full of essay brainstorming and editing, another may be focused on understanding and analyzing a piece of literature.
I base my classes on where students are when we begin. If they need remedial help, I offer basic grammar and structure lessons. For those more advanced, techniques for writing research papers, essays, and other genres and levels of writing.
I can help with essay writing by using the same strategies I employ in my own papers. I will help the student formulate a research question and thesis. Second, I will help the student gather credible sources and share my knowledge on obtaining valuble information from those sources. Finally is essay structure and writing.
I would describe my methodology as hands on, differentiated, and modern. Every student needs a unique approach to learning, and I think that bringing in prior knowledge of popular culture genres can be a way to engage today's students! Technology has changed the way we read and write, and technology provides many innovative ways to help 21st century students learn.
I look to tutor students in English and Public Speaking both in person and via Skype. All of my students will receive the help they need and deserve in order to become a better English student and Public Speaker. Those seeking help with just English, will tell me their strengths and weaknesses, and I will prioritize the weaknesses in all of my lessons.
My instruction is student-focused. I base my lessons off of the needs and goals of my students, making sure that objectives are understood and met. I use a lot of discussion in my instruction to help students come to grasp the content in their own way and on their level, then expanding that knowledge to broader applications.
I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Linguistics from Stony Brook University, where I also minored in both Creative Writing and Writing & Rhetoric. I am a master of words, combining my passion for creative writing with my strong academic writing skills.
My teaching method is to first find out what the student is trying to say and then help them find the clearest and most beautiful way to say it. Therefore, it will need to be a conversation in order to be the most effective, although I am also happy to offer written feedback too.
My teaching method is to establish the principles to be learned and the objective of the assignment and then how to achieve the objective so there is no confusion. We usually move from a first draft to a more polished draft.
My method is to bring literature to life and applicable to each student's life. I help students find their voices to enable them to express their thoughts and reactions to the world around them, as well as to articulate their responses, thoughts, and views so as to persuade, explain, and define themselves.
I am student centered, and think it's best I do little lecturing and have the students take active participation in their learning. I assign a lot of free writing activities in class to get the students more comfortable with with activity and ease writing anxiety as it is their time and space to just write what they want how they want.
My teaching method is constantly asking students question's so they can exercise their own creativity into their own work. I like to encourage my students to research and contemplate before they start writing, so they can have confidence in their own ideas and writing. And then before we venture into the paragraphs, we start working on the thesis, the main claim or idea of the essay.
My teaching methods come from the ideas of Lev Vygotsky's "scaffolding" -- the building of knowledge upon existing knowledge. I prefer to have students take notes during the process of prewriting and researching, as well as when organizing, so they can revisit these whilst revising their essays (or other texts, depending on what we're doing).
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