It is my preference to use essay outlines when starting a paper as they help you structure your ideas. I can help you with the formation of a helpful essay outline at the beginning of a project if this is a concern. I also believe that feedback is what helps essay writers improve and because of this I will provide you with detailed verbal and written feedback to refer to when revising.
I can help with all stages of the writing process, depending on what students want to work on. I can help brainstorm, draft, and read over the work to make sure it is meeting the requirements and adequately expressing the student's ideas. However, while I can provide students with the tools to improve their writing and go over it with them, I do not proofread the work.
I base my lessons on an active approach that enables you to learn how to approach literature in a way that makes it easy to understand and easier to apply. I believe in the importance of ensuring your work is individualized and above reproach, empowering you to write A-grade papers! We will work through sentence structure, syntax, and semantics as well as the nuances of a thesis.
I approach teaching my classes with a certain degree of flexibility. I like to structure my lessons in ways that will accommodate the specific needs of each student. For Academic English, I can help on improving skills such as analysis, writing, or structuring and editing papers. For ESL, I am trained to instruct on areas such as grammar, vocabulary and conversation.
My teaching methods will help you develop the skills you need to write an essay well. Together, we will go over what the proper structure of an essay should be. Then, we will sit down to edit your essay together. The best way to absorb information is through practice, so think of me as your training wheels for essay writing.
I've been teaching English literature for last twenty years and my methodology is to teach literature in a way that students are involved. I believe teaching is a fun but that fun should be created by a wonderful producer of a play.
I base my classes on the joy and creativity that reading and writing can bring to students, and the pride of expressing themselves in words. I have flexible teaching methods based on the needs of the student, from sounding out words, to explaining how grammatical rules make writing easier to understand.
My approach to teaching reflects how learning is an intrinsic human activity that continuously occurs, interweaving inside and outside of formal educational institutions. Experiential learning acknowledges that interactions with nature, other beings, and institutions provide individuals with the tools to make sense of the world and appropriately situate themselves within it.
My teaching methods are where students are a 'center' of study. Also I see to it that I target the different senses within the lessons so my students get to learn better. I have been a trainer for new hire agents so I know all the approach needed for my students to learn. I don't mind sharing my best experiences and skills to my learners.
My classes are based on the individual needs of each student. For my one on one class, I like to get to know the student's writing first, assess their writing level, and figure out their strength and weaknesses. Then, I work together with the student to devise a study plan with specific goals, so that they can make the most effective use of their time with me.
I briefly outline my lessons and course outcomes. I lecture on specific topics encouraging the students to learn by research. In addition to set lessons, I bring in other relevant texts to provide the student with the full context of what he/she is reading.
Based on the age and grade my teaching mythologies vary. With all students I usually test their understanding on the subject and work on weaknesses and areas that need improvement. I do this through various activities, reading, writing and listening.
For essay writing and test prep in literature and history exams, I look at two things: the topics that you usually will write about, and how you write it.
My teaching methods are flexible. To assess the kind of assistance a student needs, I encourage the submission of a draft writing. From there, we can set up an approach that works ( such as comments on the document, video conference or in-person meeting if in Edmonton). My tutoring services are intended for University students who would like to improve their writing.
I focus on true understanding over rigid mechanics, and my goal is to make you grasp the purpose of your work. We will approach each project as a problem to be solved. Working from goal to reality, I hope to make education meaningful and USEFUL.
My teaching philosophy hinges on the individual student's needs. Every youth has their own unique way of learning. It's not about how smart they are, but how they are smart. With that in mind I focus on skill building, and teaching ways of thinking and questioning. From there I scaffold knowledge and understanding, building on previous lessons.
As someone who strives to be as effective of a teacher as I can be in the future, I have developed a style of teaching that takes into consideration the strengths and weaknesses of the students I am am working with. I ensure that any student I work with is dealt with fairly and companionably, and structure all my lessons in a way that will ensure I can get the best out of anyone I am working with.
I tailor learning to meet individual student's needs. First I gather as much information about a student as possible, using records, testing, interviews, portfolio statements, parent information and behaviour/work habits checklists and anecdotals.
I teach high school and post-secondary students how to write better essays - that is, how to come up with better essay topics and theses, how to persuasively present and support an argument in an essay, and how to properly edit for grammar, tone, and clarity.
My teaching method focuses on problem-based learning. Sessions would begin with a student approaching me with a problem, and we would work through it together. I am a unique tutor because I apply my degree to the situations that Highschool students face in their education.
My teaching methods for younger students include focusing on the phonetic and whole-word approaches to reading literacy, developing basic technical and creative writing skills, and mastering oral reading fluency. For older students, I focus on teaching how to read analytically, apply a critical lens to texts, structure a compelling essay, and self-edit effectively.
Free form one to one casual speaking conversation engaging the students with topics of interest they wish to discuss with a focus on grammar, pronunciation of words and guided sentence structure. The goal is to increase confidence of the language learner to speak clearly and correctly during conversation.
My teaching methodes are based on your needs; interactives. I catered my students to their level of understanding and moved through the program at a comfortable pace. I analyze the students' comprehension and spend the right amount of time on each concept to ensure a high level of learning.
A flipped classroom approach: You'll bring a piece of writing with you to the first session. We will spend our time reviewing the sample, and identify repeated kinds of errors, and strategies to avoid common and more complex mistakes. I'm a pretty funny guy, and try to make our sessions enjoyable and interesting.
When I teach, I expose my students to the language as much as possible. I use hands-on activities, like games. I encourage participation through games and interaction. Furthermore, I use multimedia to enhance the learning experience. I enjoy teaching translation from English to French.
I appreciate that every student learns differently, and have a flexible & open-minded approach to teaching. I love open discussion & collaboration, and believe that the best way to teach is to truly connect with the student. I'm happy to teach all ages & grades.
I am a professor with a long and succesful career in teaching, so I have developed an acute sense in creating the methodology that can be adjusted to every case, level or conditions of the learner. You will see results in the few weeks. Being fluent in three languages, i have experience on how to learn a new language I am good in finding the better way to transmite the Spanish language.
I believe that effective education is based in best practices, driven by effective assessment, and focused on the needs of the learner.
I like to teach with an open mind and listening to the needs and ideas of my students. I believe that there is no wrong or right answer, all paths should be explored. The classes are meant for Grades 8-12 and Undergraduate students.
I base my teaching on students' needs and goals. I believe adult learners should guide their own learning and as a teacher, I develop lessons which address the gaps I perceive in writing, speaking and reading skills. If tutoring is required for a specific English course, lessons would be built around the expectations for that course. I work with students on assignments to ensure success.
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Perfect! Hillary is an amazing tutor. Very organized, flexible, encouraging and her teaching style works very well for me. Most importantly she has built up my academic confidence. I highly recommend her to anyone looking for a tutor.
Perfect! Her ways of teaching is very professional, and is also very neat. She always checks mistakes I made in my sentences and helps me to fix it. My English marks has improved very much since she started tutoring me. She even checks my work after tutoring...
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Perfect! Chris is an excellent tutor - dedicated, thoughtful, knowledgeable and patient. Always arrives prepared for the lesson, always willing to patiently prompt a student through the tough spots. He is dependable - always on time and lets you know in...
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