I believe the best way to learn anything is to have fun, so my goal is to make my lessons as entertaining and interesting as possible. I adapt to your needs and personality because every student is unique, so every lesson should be.
My methodology is based on experience. One must learn throughout numerous exercises and social practices. Reading also is very important to one's own culture and growth. My teaching will be based on communication and establishing a good environment among the students.
My teaching method is student-centric. I adapt my teaching method to your learning style and needs. Also, I listen carefully to the student's English learning goals to develop a clear, but fun, study plan.
My name is Sarah, I am a 24-year-old St. Thomas University Graduate from Canada who is about to complete her Masters of Arts in Integrated Education and Society. My lessons are meant for students learning English levels ranging from Beginner to high intermediate. I use McGill Unversity Canada's top University teaching Technique which enables the student to gain the Critical Thinking Skill.
I approach English in close collaboration with the student - whether they want to work on conversation, reading comprehension or written English, I devise a personal program that suits their needs. I offer enrichment exercises for reading, spelling, grammar, vocabulary and essay writing.
Sometimes, remembering new language concepts can be challenging. I believe in experiential learning and the immediate application of new knowledge. Using a holistic approach, I believe the best way to learn is by doing. My teaching methods focus on communicative practices as plans of improvement.
- I emphasize the use of topics and materials relevant to my students when preparing a program for them. - I always listen to my students to know what they want to improve and learn. I also make sure that the material is appropriate for their language level - My strengths: creativity, being engaged in class, cultural sensitivity, integrity. - I can teach all levels.
My teaching methods are communicative ,natural approach and based on student.Student has alot more time for himself-herself to be able to improve his-her communative skills.I am very patient , flexible ,a listener, a communicator and my rapport is really good.
My teaching methods include lots of conversation, since I believe it is the best way to learn a language, as well as reading and writing exercises, tailored to the students age and personality. Normally, I would start a class with a short dialog, followed by a grammar lesson and exercises to ensure the student's understanding. I also encourage keeping a Vocabulary notebook.
I use various materials, from listening, speaking, reading to writing. I tailor my class according to the level and interest of each student in order to have the optimal pace of learning , inspire lasting interest toward making progress while making it a enjoyable process.
I usually have ice-breaker sessions with students in the first class. I adapt my the course according to the type of student I am working with. For example, with younger students I tend to add learning into their hobbies, with older students the learning tends to become more analytic and discussion based sessions.
My teaching methodology is based on the Vygotsky's ZPD Theory and Chinese educational concepts, namely, taking full use of all teaching materials to help students achieve a higher level based on every student's current level.
I usually prefer certain types of methods. First, I use oral explanations. Second, I use the pictorial method which is called learning from diagrams. And last of acting methods which is directly related to real life actions and events.
My teaching methods includes having power-points, props, videos and other creative tools to make the lesson fun and remember-able. I also hand out student notes in order for the student to have even after class.
I motivate students to excel in their endeavors by presenting creative ideas, integrating technology in my classes, offering interactive classes, writing thoughtful lesson plans, reinforcing the meaningful nature of the curriculum, and correlating the lesson to the level objectives identified in the course-planner.
I focus on using fun activity based learning with high student interaction. I provide basic instruction, correction, and guide the learner to discover the answers for themselves. Having the student practicing and using the language correctly is the highest importance.
Developing a fundamental understanding of how the student learns the language, and doing lots of practice. I also write revision sheets and provide resources the students can review later at their own leisure. My classes for both French and English fit young children to adults, as I have experience tutoring those.
I like to see first what the student is currently learning at school. Once I get what the subject is about I want to know what the student understands about this subject so I can find which part of the lesson the student doesn't understand well and then work on it.
In order to achieve great results with my students I establish their current working at level, then I work out their weakest and strongest points and of those results I would make a greater emphasis on strengthening the weakest/hardest areas first.
I use many visual aids in order to avoid complexity and overwhelming students. I find visual aids to be extremely helpful as I am currently learning French using such techniques. I keep it simple. I believe teaching in groups is a great way to encourage oral speaking.
I am an English teacher with 10 years experience of teaching this language to children,teenagers and adults. You will learn English smoothly and the grammar would be taught indirectly through speaking. A kind of fun class with following "ESA" method which doesn't make you bored in the process of learning. I have also have the experience of teaching IELTS techniques as well.
I approach my classes with flexibility to accommodate the students. I believe that they too have busy schedules, i.e. other academic classes, part time jobs to supplement their income, family and a social life. I believe that one should be mindful of these things, hence you need to be considerate.
I call my teaching techniques ‘eclectic approach'. I select the most useful from various approaches and mix methods and techniques according to the different needs of my learners. Nevertheless, I give the communicative approach and the Task based teaching a special place in language learning.
I focus on maximizing my student's talking time so that they will 'think' in English. We will learn relevant vocabulary, practice important situations, and get you talking for 80 % of the lesson. I focus on corrections as the more mistakes you make in a lesson means the less mistakes you make outside of the lesson.
I base my class on conversation first along with grammar. You will learn in a fun environment and not be bored. We will start off practicing everyday conversation, with an emphasis on grammar and on any weaknesses you might have.
My teaching methods are that we work with what interests the student, such as TED talks, or videos, or websites that engage the student, rather than with only paperwork. I like to split lessons between oral and written work if possible.
The lessons will take place at any public library convenient for the students (preferably Dawson College). I will assess and improve their oral expression, writing and comprehension of the language. Homework help will be provided. After the lessons the students will feel more comfortable with the language.
My main teaching method is to understand the comfort level of the students and teach them with care. Each indivisual requires special attention because everyone learns at different pace. The first thing is to make sure the student is comfortable with sharing their difficulties. Once that is done then a plan of teachinf can be followed and designed towards the students.
Let's chat! The best way to improve your English is to start talking. We sit and chat for an hour or two. We can talk about subjects that interest you. I will give you corrections as we go. I speak slowly and clearly so you can easily understand me. Each session we'll review words and phrases that were difficult from the last session. I'm a very patient teacher.
My methods are simple. I complete my lessons on class clarify problems and confusions. Maybe with few examples i clarify the confusion.
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