I base my class on topics. For my speech class each class will be based on a relatable topic such as childhood, or family stories, etc. The class will incorporate creative writing by creating their own short speech (paragraph long) and then sharing that either with me or with the class.
I received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Dallas in 2005. I quickly entered the world of education and became a teacher after completing a teacher certification program in Irving, Texas. While teaching, I received ongoing training in the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program.
My teaching method helps writers to focus, create an action plan, and follow through on their plans with grace and ease. My credentials include a Master’s Degree in Teaching & Learning: Special Education, a Graduate Certificate in e-learning Technology and Design: Instructional Design, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.
I have taught every ELA secondary class, from English I to AP Literature. My strengths are literary/rhetorical analysis - close reading. I can help with standardized tests on any level. I can also help with reading/comprehension.
My teaching method is based on encouragement, accuracy, and deadline punctuality. It often helps to return to a difficult subject and repeat exercises in the area of that difficulty. It is important for questions from student(s) to make sure that each assignment begins and continues with clarity.
My teaching method is based on the individual's most critical needs. For example, if I recognize that they are struggling with sentence structure I would format our lesson with activities and exercises to address the root of the issue. I believe in a comfortable and equal learning environment facilitated through discussion and practice.
I am a university student with years of experience as an academic tutor for students from elementary to high school levels. As a tutor who will gladly read over and critique students' essays, my main approach to teaching is using real-world examples that the student can relate to in order to help them better understand important concepts in writing.
I am an MBA student in Texas. I have a bachelors degree in communication studies from a private university also in Texas. I plan to obtain my Ph.D. and be a professor one day. In helping you with your papers, I plan to show you common mistakes and give you basic proofreading to boost your grade the few points you may be looking for.
My goals and methods promote advanced thinking, and historical perspective on social values, ethics, and cause-and-effect (especially through literature examples) that correlated with current-time life challenges and opportunities.
I have been a publisher, editor, published author, and classroom instructor. My approach to tutoring/teaching creative writing is: individualized to the needs of the client, their skills level, their goals and objectives, their personalized time constraints, but always flavored with reasonably high, yet nurturing expectations.
I believe that empathy is the foundation of teaching. I know that it is worth the effort to get to know a student - what they are interested in and how they learn - before attempting to shove information into them. I am the oldest of four children and have spent my life teaching and relating to my younger siblings.
I believe that a good tutor should make a student a better writer and not merely fix their writing. I work collaboratively with students so that they can come to understand both the strengths and weaknesses in their writing, and then equip them with the tools to improve their weaknesses and leverage their strengths so that they can communicate what they have to say clearly and persuasively.
I prefer to work with my students very closely using the tools of assessment, commentary, followed by a second assessment. There's no pressure in this. It's just to make sure the students are all on the same page and absorbing the material.
My approach to teaching writing is 1) making it as collaborative as possible and 2) making it just as exciting. There is no "right" way to write, and I want to empower young writers to explore and strengthen their voices. There is of course structural discipline, especially in academic writing, that I enjoy teaching.
I specialize in English and all the sub categories that follow. (ex: writing, reading and comprehension, vocabulary etc. I am a student myself, so I understand everyone learns at a different pace and in a different way. I am dedicated to making sure a student is comfortable and confident in their learning skills.
My teaching methodology is to be inter-active. I do not lecture, I teach by engaging my students and make them a part of the experience. I keep tutoring personal and flexible. No two students are alike in personality or learning skills. No one style fits all. I teach to the student not have the student, not force the student adapt to my style.
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 philosophy to teaching is, "EVERY student can learn." I read ALL literature and ALL poetry with my students, enabling them to hear and understand the meaning more clearly. I actually sit with my students structuring how to write their essays.
My teaching methods are based on building relationships with my students and making connections between the real world and subjects taught in school. My lesson structure is simple: thought provoking intro, I demonstrate the skill/concept I want the students to learn and then I will assist them in mastery.
EDUCATION The University of Sheffield, UK March 2013- May 2017 PhD/MPhil research studies in Hispanic Studies (Latin American Studies) The research degree explored through mainly qualitative research methods the Mexican war on drug trafficking through three case studies of northern Mexican border states: Tamaulipas, Coahuila, and Chihuahua.
I have a master's degree in teaching. My lessons have warm-up questions, direct instruction, student practice time, and wrap-up questions. I enjoy working individually with students because it gives me an opportunity to create tailor-made lessons that meet the student's individual learning goals.
My teaching experience has afforded me the opportunity to teach students who learn in all kinds of ways such classifications are auditory , visual , tactile , and kinesthetic learners.
My teaching method is very focused on the student as the individual, with the understanding that the intellect is only one part of a greater whole of human experience and knowledge.
I am a rising senior at Mississippi College and I serve most of my classmates as a tutor. My techniques are mostly based on helping students understand the material so they can employ the techniques at a later date. I also usually employ a tiered payment schedule that does not break the bank in the first few appointments.
I use multiple modes of instruction, along with engaging and creative lessons. I make complex topics easy to understand. I can help improve your informative and argument essay writing and your analysis of text. I can work with you online to improve your essays.
I like to get a sense for the topics and skills that a student does well in, and then adjust the focus of my instruction based on their weaker points. I believe that building a student's confidence in the areas in which they excel is important, and together with the student identify and work on areas needing improvement.
I am currently studying at The International High School of New Orleans and am hoping to practice medicine in Britain. I am currently a high school sophomore taking honorary junior classes. I have gotten perfect scores for my detailed and thoughtful essays whether it be persuasive or a literary analysis piece.
Hello everyone! I am a recent college graduate student who studied Communications with a minor in Public Relation and Journalism at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey. Before I went to Monmouth University, I received my Associates at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, New Jersey with a degree in English.
I have a bachelor's degree in Sociology. I graduated magna cum laude from Utah State University. I am willing to help students from junior high through high school as well as college students working toward their associates or bachelor's degree.
I offer group lessons as well as one-on-one tutoring sessions. I'm most experienced teaching public speaking with large groups, and teaching English one-on-one. The manner in which I go about teaching public speaking varies almost entirely based on my student's experience.
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