Are you looking for an English Tutor? We don't blame you! In an increasingly interconnected world written and verbal communication skills are more and more important. And, with the amount of information available out there, it is increasingly important to be able to read, comprehend, compare and evaluate written information. These aren't skills useful only for achieving high grades in English,...
Are you looking for an English Tutor? We don't blame you! In an increasingly interconnected world written and verbal communication skills are more and more important. And, with the amount of information available out there, it is increasingly important to be able to read, comprehend, compare and evaluate written information.
These aren't skills useful only for achieving high grades in English, they are invaluable life skills with more real world relevance than ever before... but... it does all start at school, in English class.
A conveniently located Ballarat East English tutor will help your child develop the English skills they need to ace those exams and increase interest in the subject. The tutor will come to your home whenever it is convenient and tailor the tuition to your child's specific needs and academic goals. Maybe your child needs some help with school work, or an assignment, or exam preparation ... that's ok, the tutor will conduct lessons in whatever way you specify.
â€‹On the pricing side of things, there are no hidden costs or requirements or sneaky fees. You can use tutoring as much or as little as you like and you are charged only for what you use with a simple hourly rate. That's it.
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... and by the way, your first lesson works as a trial, so if you don't love your tutor, you won't be charged and we can organise an alternative Ballarat East English tutor.
The proof is always in the action, to get an idea of how tutoring works in practice check out some feedback from tutors. Typically tutors focus on strategies needed to make progress, what's going well and what needs improvement. Of course, every tutor has their own unique style that is tailored to your child's specific needs.
Good talking aloud (with prompting), showing the correct thought processes when working through questions. Pen to paper and formatting skills are good - layout is neat and readable in his book. Note taking is also good, wriitng down rules and examples in his book. While confidence isn't especially high, it does not seem to be a barrier to learning and understanding - though it may be a cause of thinking he can't do questions that seem unfamiliar on exams.
Ashley is very enthusiastic during our lessons! I would love if she could channel that enthusiasm into her revision of her time tables throughout the week. She has a good grasp of concepts as we work through each topic, but her multiplication and division skills hold her back on tests. I strongly encourage Ashley to tackle these skills with as much effort as she brings to our lessons.
Working on geometry and trigonometry in preparation for his upcoming topic exam. Needs extra help in trigonometry, especially in utilizing formulas and concepts. Now we have started on differentiation.
he tutoring is definitely going well. Minyu is getting a lot out of Nima's tutoring. She has now decided that she likes Maths and has been getting some good results. We are happy.
JJ has been fabulous so far, he has just the right disposition for Annabelle, he is patient, calm and informative and Annabelle has already developed new strategies and enjoying maths more than when she first started.
Shaneel made a great first impression with my son, Jack. Jack maintained his level of interest and concentration throughout the hour session (which we were surprised at as this is often a problem for him!) and he is already looking forward to his next session with him.