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 Belhus 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 Belhus English tutor.
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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.
I am pleased with the improvement Cade is making with these learning strategies when we have sessions each week. I am encouraging him to approach difficult problems on his own after we have worked on similar questions together. This is helping Cade understand that it is ok to be wrong sometimes and to ensure that he understands the mathematical concepts he may be unsure about before moving on.
You can see that the student does not enjoy maths as much as we would like her to, but she definitely has a good work ethic and tries her best, which is why eventually there should be good progress.
Miles finds it hard to pay attention for long periods of time, so to help this I try to give multiple questions that are all slightly different to each other but still on the same topic so that it doesn't become repetitive.
Thank you for your follow up email. Yes it all seems to be going along fine with Ben. I think Cassie is finding helpful and slowly building her confidence again. She was quite a bit behind and struggling so I understand it will probably take a little while. She had a maths test last week which Ben appeared to provide a thorough preparation for her.
We have been very happy with Kancelot, Nathan seems to be taking to him very well and his influence has already shown improvement. Nath's confidence has already lifted somewhat, even though the results have not yet improved. It will take some time, we understand that and I think Nathan is on board with that as well.
Both Thomasine and Luke are liking Scott as well. He has always been on time and is very polite. Jonathan and I can't believe our luck!