English Language Tutor
When teaching English Language, my approach is quite simple - if my student isn't enjoying themselves, i won't be either.
So i ensure lessons are engaging and varied, with focused analysis and clear structure to set targets.
An intense and individual approach requires a level of trust to exist between myself and my student, so I'm as honest and constructive as can be. Only when a students feels the freedom to tell me when they don't understand can we make progress and really get results.
Nnamuchi L. also teaches
My name is Nnamuchi. I am graduate of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages from the University of Nigeria.
Having five years experience teaching English Language and French, my method of teaching varies with each student i work with.
However, in the first stages i believe it is essential to ascertain the immediate needs of my students, and discover where they think my help is most required. Once established, i encourage them to be as honest as possible throughout the teaching process by meeting them on their level, supporting an atmosphere of vocal and written exploration, and above all, inspiring them to learn and be confident in their learning
My engaging style, academic background and high standards ensure that every student i teach feels confident and makes excellent progress, as well as enjoys their learning.
As an experienced teacher, i know exactly how to tailor my lessons to the students in order for them to achieve their potential. I approach each session with enthusiasm, energy and commitment. This is infectious, and one of my strengths is making learning fun and success palpable.
I also believe in providing tactical approaches to improving learning and honing examination technique, and i am adept at gauging the needs of my student, being a highly flexible and intuitive teacher.
BA Linguistics and Nigerian Languages
Oct 2008 - Jul 2012
University of Nigeria
English Language and French Tutor
Nov 2015 - Present
Prepclass Ng Ltd
I prefer active learning rather than lecturing my students, for example, getting them to teach me work they have just learnt or playing games to assist with learning strategies. I believe this helps the student's learning, and i tailor these practices to the students, their needs and their abilities.