I believe in an empathetic, responsive and student-oriented approach to teaching. I understand each group of students to be dynamic in their needs and attributes, and I believe my responsibility to be to facilitate their learning as much as to instruct them on content.
Interactive student-centered method. Flexible, based on individual student needs.
Teacher with 12 years teaching experience from kindergarten through undergraduate, specialist language training, verbal reasoning, methods of reading and writing, social studies, teaching experience for students with special needs. Affordable costs, personalized teaching, professional treatment and excellent tracking.
I graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the UNAM, I studied a degree in Hispanic Language and Literature. My classes are dynamic, teach them the Spanish track exercises to learn it through practice and not just memory. I am patient and I teach because it is what I like.
My method is based, mainly, on offering support to what has been studied in class. I offer individual or group classes to students from Primary to High School, characterized by instilling passion and enthusiasm in young people. My classes can be structured in different ways, appropriate to the need of each occasion. Of course, available to the advice of students and parents.
I love to teach based on examples that are related to our contemporaneity and so we can learn about William Shakespeare through The Lion King or concepts of classical Greek literature, such as Deus ex machina, with Toy Story to make the reception of knowledge much more enjoyable, in addition to sharing my professional experience that has a solid literary base.
I answer first to the doubts and uncertainties of the student to understand where the problem is, then based on the subject I do exercises or I repeat and for the most difficult steps also explain the various steps.
I've been passionate about English literature for as long as I can remember and achieved an A grade in my Junior Certificate [GCSE equivalent] and an A1 in my Leaving Certificate [A-Level Equivalent]. I moved to Belfast and graduated from Queen's in May 2017 with a degree in English and history.
The aim of this workshop is to explore the confines of the mind through literary practice, play with language and experiences and try to reach the state of "lyrical disinhibition" where the barriers of mind, body and feelings are undone . The workshop 'Writing Dynamics' seeks to experiment with interdisciplinary techniques to stimulate writing.
I have taught a range of ages of student, from primary school up to adults. My teaching method is to tailor the classes to suit each individual's needs.
I use student centered teaching methods in my classes. Students are free to ask questions and doubts and do presentations in the class. Moreover, while teaching I make sure even an average student in the class understands the lessons. As a teacher I try to bring the best out of a student.
My mantra is: make every topic relevant to the student's life and interest. The reason I love language class is that you can customise any learning experience to make it relevant to your own interests. For example, if in my academic English class we were learning about referencing, I could ask a student to bring their favourite book or newspaper.
As a student, I am used to teaching a variety of levels, and I adapt my teaching to each student, as I do not believe that there is one universal method for all students. I spend time over the first session working out how my student learns and I adapt my method accordingly.
I believe that everybody has creativity inside of them. Creativity is deeply connected to who we are and most importantly who we can be, our vocation and our strengths. It is the source of confidence which is vital to an open mind and the success of learning.
I know the textbooks of public education very well, and I rely on the reshaping of the general view on language with critical-sense development exercises. I work with much reading and lots of production, but my focus is, mainly, the training of the ability to recognize intentionality in texts and the manipulation of one's own intentionality in production.
I assist students that are struggling with specific aspects or tasks (presentation, speech, essay). The students bring their problem to the table, and we work together to solve the issue. Lessons are usually an hour long, and we use Skype, and email to exchange documents and send annotated copies of work.
My teaching method consists first on understanding what's the lever my student is at the moment. After establishing this, if there is a specific task he or she wants to work on, I help them step by step to ensure there's complete understanding. If there isn't any specific task, I procede to do reading comprehension exercises, and well and written tasks.
The methodology varies from pupil to pupil, adapting to their method of study. In particular reading, underlining, schemes, synthesis, oral repetition. Focusing on the development of oral or written skills, based on whether it is necessary to prepare a given topic for a written test or an oral question.
The methodology I use in my classes may vary depending on the objectives that the student wants to achieve, but I always start from three premises: 1. Basic principles: good pillars keep the house of knowledge standing. 2. Practical knot: it's no use leaving those pillars in the air, you have to put them into practice to gain knowledge and security. 3.
I am a firm believer in practical application and discussion around texts - poetry, novels, films etc. - is the way to gain knowledge and understanding that YOU can apply to exams and essays. I am an understanding and patient tutor.
English is all about interpretation and engagement. The text only half exists until we read it. As a result, I've found the best approach is to let the student explore a piece of literature, considering a particular passage or quote, and then let their natural interpretation guide what we think, discuss and discover.
I believe that pupils need to be fully engaged to learn to their maximum potential. With this in mind, I strive to make my lessons exciting, different and engaging, in order to challenge every learner and make them enjoy the content of what they're learning.
I'm Amanda Hernandez Aniorte. My classes would be targeted at primary, secondary and high school. I intend to make very practical and enjoyable classes. The more comfortable the more you will enjoy student language and all the hidden secrets feel.
I enjoy teaching and have a passion for the subject. I believe students learn most when they feel confident and a good rapport and humour are key to achieving this. Most importantly I can tailor my lessons to the individual needs of each student and make each session productive, enjoyable and confidence building.
Offers a safe environment for learning, all workshops are highly practical, offering you the chance to be part of an interactive writing community. As well as detailed feedback on your assessed work, there will be opportunities to give and receive constructive criticism to work in progress through online workshops and discussions with fellow students.
I am lucky to teach all ages and levels, preparing students for exams and helping them reach their personal objectives. Each lesson is entirely based on the student : during our first class, we find out what our goals are and we design a way to reach them.
My teaching methodology, is learner centred learning finding a style and way that suits them. So if it means having a walk by a canal or up a hill to find out about the natural world for History or Geography or Science to being in a classroom researching information on the internet or from books.
I base my lessons on deep reading. This includes understanding the story from the characters' understanding of themselves and each other. Setting and voice and action are secondary to what happens inside a character's mind and the words that come from his/her mouth.
I like to make classes interactive and inclusiary. They will always be tailored around the students desired experiences and their own level of compitency. I fully believe in the Socratic method and so rather than deliver lectures I prefer to have a discussion on the subject which encourages greater understanding.
My main priority in teaching is to create an atmosphere where learning can happen. This means that I get to know you, what you struggle with and what you love, from this place we can start learning together. I bring a variety of materials to class: we watch film clips, photography/art, and any other materials that support the learning of the particular subject.
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