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.
Under my tutelage, I have seen students go from a 'D' grade in a Humanities subject to an 'A' . After years of marking papers as a Course Director and as a Teaching Assistant, I know exactly what professors are looking for when marking papers and exams.
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.
I approach any teaching environment with flexibility and generally have a very relaxed classroom atmosphere. Having good rapport with my students is one of the most important things when I consider the approach needed to teach a particular topic, as each person has a unique personality and different ways of understanding language.
My teaching methodology is always specific to whomever I'm teaching.
I have experience working in large classes of 21-23 students but have also worked with students in smaller groups. I like to have an open classroom where there is the possibility of experiential learning. I would ideally be tutoring Middle School students and High School students one on one or in small groups.
My teaching method is one based on patience, and catering to your level, where-ever you may be at. Whether you are simply trying to become more literate, or you're writing a thesis, you are more than welcome here.
I mostly focus on what you point out as issues in your current technique. For instance, if we are working on an essay together, you can tell me if you wanna focus on grammar, sentence structure, thesis, or on making sure you're getting your point across. The same goes for other classes: we can focus on notions you have more trouble with.
I do not usually go into great detail regarding my tutoring methods with parents and students, quite simply because it is really boring for the listener (unless the listener is another educator and in that case they find the discussion riveting ;) I follow what are considered to be the best practices in teaching and tutoring. My method stresses two key principles: 1.
My teaching methods change depending on the individuals needs. Everything is done on an individual bases, and areas that the individual struggles in will be worked on extensively. I strive to encourage individuals and allow them to gain confidence in their skills.
If you're interested in getting accepted to a Creative Writing Program (either at Concordia or elsewhere), I can help you develop your portfolio to ensure the strongest submission possible. We'll begin by looking over your work and using that to gauge your strengths and weaknesses, as well as discussing your goals as a writer.
As a teacher, my methods always adapt to each individual's personal needs. Each student is unique in their learning and understanding of the materials, and I adjust each class to ensure that each student's needs are being met. I am very flexible and I take my time with students' learning to guarantee that students do not just simply know the material, but understand it, as well.
I extensively use student feedback and formative assessments to let students know how they are doing long before a major test or assignment. I also get students engaged in the assessment process so they can become the best judge of the quality of their own work. Positive, timely feedback and a strong sense of accomplishment help my students learn efficiently.
I take a student-centered constructivist approach to teaching that allows students to build on their current knowledge and skills. I believe that this approach best supports students in the tutoring setting because the student is given an opportunity to direct their own learning.
I like to use the method that is mainly communicative and involving. in this case i use direct and communicative methods. i base my classes on the type of students that i teach. getting to know the type of students and which method best suites them. I approach a subject with a plan. I use lesson plans to prepare for my lessons.
My teaching methods are to incorporate things my students like into my lesson. I also prepare students for real word situations in my lessons. My classes are meant for young students and older students. My students can dream and thrive.
My teaching methods are dependent on the student(s) I am with. I understand that each student has a unique learning style that requires a unique teaching method in order for the student to reach their full potential. I think that teaching to the student you are with is a key factor in being a helpful, supportive mentor.
I focus on strengthening study methods and reading/writing skills, which are at the foundation of any subject; I offer critical insights into how to improve your writing, how to approach texts that intimidate you, and most importantly, how to work in a more efficient manner (rather than working more, which we all know is a bore) .
- Deploy communication skills and ability to transmit knowledge - Understand and use reasoning to solve problems - Analyze different texts and interpret them to infer a meaning - Demonstrate mastery of management and organization of my classroom - Encourage, explain and unite my students - Demonstrate public speaking skills with bold speech - Balance time efficiently and prioritize tasks
I structure my classes around my students needs. I prefer a collaborative approach, where we both work towards the goal as defined by you. My most successful method involves using extensive, detailed feedback which the student then applies in their own, unique way.
Write descriptions of places, dreams, experiences, and feelings. Poetry is best if it comes from experiences and feelings. Creative writing is best by using places, dreams, feelings, and experiences. I like to get to know the people I tutor because then I can get a feel for their writing and what they like to write about.
I teach my students through my lectures and give proper attention to my student by erasing error to get a perfect student. I take my every student as a whole to get the expected result as teaching is to me a holly job.
My method is unconventional. I like to teach by using copious examples from the realm of experience of the students. I don't believe in using a one-size-fits-all approach; knowing that no two individuals are the same in terms of nuances, idiosyncrasies, I adopt a method that suits the occasion.
My teaching strategies or methods are collaborative learning in which students will work as a team. Moreover, I will let them speak or express their thoughts and ideas. As a teacher of English, I will let them master the basic to complex ones.
I believe it is the role of an educator to bring students to place of confidence in the subject area, to remove any intimidation that goes along with the territory and teach to each student's individual strengths. It is from here that we can best expand into new, undiscovered territory.
There is not one single best method for teaching everyone in all contexts, and no one teaching method is inherently superior to the others. Also, it is not always possible – or appropriate – to apply the same methodology to all learners, who have different objectives, environments and learning needs.
To me, education and learning is most effective when it is engaging and fueled by passion. Many students today struggle to find this passion and interest when it comes to things like reading the classics or writing term papers - but this is something I aim to-reinstill in students across the region.
I like to use a hands-on interactive teaching approach because that is what works best for me. I don't like using textbooks or having to do a lot of reading. I prefer real life experience and learning through communication rather than standardized learning classroom approaches.
I like to read iconic texts with my students, analyse and interpret them, enjoy their meaning, teach my students how to write both technically and beautifully. Depending on the goal of the student I will propose some customized and fun exercises.
I do my best to work from where my student's knowledge base is. I tailor my lessons to meet individual needs and try to incorporate fun games and exercises as a way to practice new ideas in a low-risk environment. I am happy to teach anyone from middle school to post-secondary and graduate education.
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