Individual approach, speaking, listening, grammar, vocabulary, exercises, tests, adapted literature, essays, exam preparation, presentations, games, self esteem up, motivation, professionalism .
Writing, reading, vocabulary and grammar are the points which I choose to focus on when willing to help someone develop their English skills. Being very well accustomed to writing any type of essays, from academic/formal, to informal ones, I usually help students create a general structure of the essay from which they further develop their ideas based on the given topics.
Through my TESOL training and years of experience in the classroom, I have seen the importance of designing lessons to fit the needs of specific learners.
i approach each topic ways that the students can understand and ways of the students can understand their own way of understanding. I give the basic ways , methods of how to quickly start speaking the language someone is learning.
I am the author/producer of 30+ non-fiction books and and also am a retired professor of International Management for the University of Texas at Dallas. I will help you improve your proficiency in written English using learning methods & tools that are directly relevant to your business and professional objectives.
I tailor lessons to students' needs and do not believe that every person fits into a mold. Each person is an individual and has specific strengths and needs. I tutor children k-8 and also adults who desire to excel in English. I rely heavily on vocabulary and grammatical and phonetic instruction. (I am able to get anyone reading within months.
I have been teaching the POWER OF SPEECH for over 40 years in California and Nevada. I live in San Diego, California. I have a BS in Speech Pathology, a Masters in Human Services / Psychology, and my International ESL TESOL.
I use a variety of teaching methods depending upon my initial assessment of my student's English speaking, reading and writing ability. It also depends upon what the student tells me what they want to learn e.g. vocabulary, writing, comprehension etc. I use a student centric approach and believe that learning my doing is far superior to learning by memorization.
I have been teaching in colleges, language centers and online since 2005. I design interesting, effective lessons for my students. We have fun learning. We can specialize in: - Listening (stories, news, job interviews, etc.) - Speaking (phones, small talk, business English, etc.) - Reading (news stories, job advertisements, etc.) - Writing (e-mail, job applications, Facebook, etc.
My teaching method is very simple. I start inspiring children to murmur a sentence of their native language and then teach them to translate it in English. After that I teach them the corresponding tense to make gramatically correct sentence.
I have my own website for ESL with 8 levels (A-1 to C-1) and have also worked as a teacher trainer for many years. I am 24/7 online. Want to learn fast and with accuracy. You'll enjoy language games and learn faster. My MOTTO: Nothing should be read or written before it has been heard or spoken.
Mainly 1-2 hour lessons Objectives: Review vocabulary: parts of body, where to go to find something (type of store, where in store) Review grammar: command forms of verbs (“Take two aspirin every morning”) New vocabulary: ways to describe illness and methods of remedying it New grammar: giving advice “I would recommend” + [verb+ing] Activities: Introduction: quick review of parts
I approach each lesson based on how each student learns. High school level English is my favorite to teach, but I'm also equipped to provide lessons in any level below a master's degree. I like to incorporate games or flash cards in my lessons to keep students interested.
Teaching is a passion. Out of passion flows ideas and creativity. Out of passion flows the desire to impact and influence the lives of the students that we encounter and students who come across our paths. Out of passion flows the deep interest to dig out the skills and talents that lie beneath the core of the students.
I have a M.A. of Liberal Arts and graduate hours in History and Humanities, but I'm a Jill of all trades! I have degrees in Criminal Justice and have a passion for public speaking, theater and musical performance. I have thousands of hours in stage performance as well as public speaking. My style of teaching is flexible to what you need.
My lessons are guaranteed to build your confidence and get you ahead. The content and style is adapted to best suite your needs and your level. Lessons are relevant and interesting.
I tend to focus on the student as a whole and how they can reach their goals in a reasonable time frame. Within my lessons as a tutor, I emphasize methods the students can learn in order to successfully develop. This helps the student learn the content at a quicker rate with less stress.
I modify the pace and content of my tutoring to fit the distinct personality and learning style of each student. My primary goal is the quality of my tutoring, not the quantity of subjects covered. I simplify my lessons to ease the learning process for my students.
When approaching lesson plans, I first get to know my students' learning styles, then adapt my lessons to their needs. Every student learns differently, and so as a tutor I think it is important to cater to those differences.
I base my classes on learner-based outcomes, which means I pay attention to the unique aspects of each class that I teach. I encourage discussion and peer-to-peer interaction and practice. That is the best way to understand and learn any language--practicing with those who understand what you are going through. I encourage students to not be afraid to make a mistake.
I am a speech-language pathologist who has been practicing for a year. I have extensive practicum experiences with students with language-based learning disabilities, as well as other diagnoses that impede their learning such as ADHD, anxiety, dyslexia and pragmatic challenges. I can provide lessons to students of all ages with any sort of learning or language difficulties.
My teaching methodology is inquiry based. As an educator I understand that the very root of the word education is 'educare' which means to bring up. So as an educator my approach is to provide instruction by asking questions that trigger curiousity and thinking about their own ideas, writing, and language acquisition.
My Teaching method is simple, first I listen to the need of my student of course. Then after assessing the information, I probe to find out what needs to be accomplished, then I take the lead in offering direction in our Quest.
I love to engage my students in the joy of writing by finding out what interests them, what some of there concerns are, and to start from there in expanding their writing skills. I believe that everyone can write, and write well. They just need a little encouragement and coaching.
My preferred teaching methodology is a theme based student-centered approach that builds on prior knowledge and skills. I adapt my approach based on the needs of the learner and have successfully taught elementary students through project based learning and themes of interest and practical use for adult students.
No one student is like the other. I have basic curriculum that I have developed for each type of English lesson I teach (conversation, business English, test prep). But, I have left room to fit my curriculum to each individual student.
Hello, dear learner! I can be your English tutor if you are a middle school or university student, an employee who wishes for advancement; a professional who aims to perfect his communication skills. Depending on the level of my students, I am not their teacher alone but a friend and sibling to them as well.
I am an energetic and fun teacher with experience teaching kids up to adults in the UK and Spain. My style is engaging and focuses on making students learn whilst having fun. Depending on the level of the student, I can cater more interactive or more learning- based exercises through a variety of methodologies including music and poetry.
My name is Audrey Lane and I am a retired teacher looking for a part time teacher position. I am more of a facilitator that guides students through finding solutions to their lessons. I use a flexible lesson structure which includes a brief introduction, examples of what is needed to successfully complete the lesson or guided practice, independent practice and assessment at the end.
I base my teaching on what students want to achieve. When I first meet a student; I find their level, goals and trouble spots. I then develop individualized curriculum that helps them meet those goals. My overarching goal is for my students to speak English with confidence.
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