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 Croydon 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 Croydon 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.
I've tried to use the talk aloud and backchecking method with Emdad. I think that these two methods will definitely help Emdad in the future as sometimes he can be quick to answer questions which may make him prone to making mistakes. Therefore, these two methods should aid Emdad in this future studies.
Maddy has only been completing her homework half of the time and said she lost the last homework sheet. Something like a diary where she can write down her homework would be really beneficial. She also hasn't been completing the work from school and we are unable to get through all of it in the lessons so she is falling behind.
Harry has no problem areas of concern for me, as we have been very thorough with our learning, and this can be seen in Harry's work. I encourage Harry to keep doing his homework, as this will help to consolidate our learning.
We had our 1st session tonight with David and it went really well. My son connected with him immediately even though he was nervous about tutoring and didn't really want to do it prior to tonight. After he had his session with David he said it was fun! I was pleasantly surprised to hear him say that and he asked that David come back next week instead of waiting a fortnight! We are very happy so far.
Things are going well with Amelia's tutoring and we are happy so far with the help Justin has given her. There was a decent improvement in her last maths assessment performance so that's a good sign!
We were all very impressed with Trent, Tamoe in particular. He was very patient and sought out a real connection with Tamoe. This really helped to get Tamoe to focus and listen. Tamoe is very keen to book in more time with Trent when school goes back.