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 Casula 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 Casula 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.
Ethan's approach to maths appears to be focused on understanding rather than rule dependency, asking probing questions as to why questions are approached the way they are, which will prove to be a very beneficial throughout the course.
He needs to get more independent with learning. He has gotten better at asking questions when he does not get something. Overall he puts in good effort and has improved in a lot of areas. He needs to learn to check his answers before submitting his work. This will help him improve if he identifies his own mistakes.
Jordan's biggest obstacle at this stage are his notes. They tend to be disorganised and this has been, at times, an obstacle. I am hoping to spend time with him during the mid-year break to organise them better, as this will be vital in the lead up to his final exams. Notes and connecting ideas from different topics.
Everything is going well and Nayte likes Thilacsan. He has given Nayte some problems to work out during the week which he is doing.
Tutoring with Tiger has been a great start for Mahi. Tiger is a dedicated tutor.
Hayden is really gelling with Rohan and after last weeks session he said â€œbest hour I've spent all weekâ€! So far so good. Rohan has turned up on time and is so organised and professional. All going really well.