How a Tutor Can Help You Learn
If you are asked to think of the word tutor and give your interpretation of its meaning, what would you say?. Like all others naturally you will assume that it is referring to tuitions outside of the regular classes as in the case of extra coaching done privately. How ever this need not the exact meaning all the time and certainly not in the dictionary. The word tutor is actually derived from the Latin tute, which functions in Latin as tutor, teacher, guide, command and lead. tutor comes from the French word tutel, both of which are derived from tuitions. However, on further inspection, tutor is not really related to any of these meanings.
1. Doctorate, tutors are medical professionals who spend their times working on students either inside or outside of a classroom. They have the ability to increase your knowledge and specific skills through tutoring.
2. A tutor places his or her authority within the classroom. A tutor is not respected by the staff of the school.
3. The tutor is responsible for maintaining the academic progress of students.
4. A tutor is essential for academic progress of students.
5. A tutor is responsible for social interaction of students.
6. A tutor will guide the students to understand the subject through regular sessions of tutoring.
7. Students trust their tutor and this is the main reason that they seek tutoring outside the school.
8. The word tutor is derived from tongue which is a medical term for the muscles of the mouth and the tongue.
The muscles in the mouth work for food intake, while the tongue is the part of the mouth that controls the food intake. So when you put a patient in a straitjacket, the doctor who is responsible for the patient’s welfare consults with a nurse through the use of tongue to explain the patient’s medical problem. This is done to help the patient take control of his situation and improve his condition.
It is indeed interesting to note that many of the words that relate to language have their root in Greek and Latin words. Even Greek and Latin have their own individual origins for many of the words we use in everyday speech. Of course few of those original words have survived the passage of time and have become common place in the English language. It is indeed difficult to imagine English without its own language and vocabulary. Take the word ‘to’, for example. This word is derived from two Greek words, ‘to’ and ‘to be’. The primary meaning of the word, depending on how you view it, is either to be, or to have been, or to hold or to contained, hence it contains the preposition ‘be’ followed by a noun: venue, house, class, committee, cup, cast, cres, course etc.
Thus the English equivalent would be: to comprise, contain, or be contained by, the venue, the house, the committee, or the cup. In essence, to say that a country has ‘suffered’ or that it has ‘suffered’ in the past is to say that it has been caused or subjected to any sort of exclusion, loss, pain or discomfort. It is a mirror reflection of the word pain. But another way of putting it would be to say that the pain inflicted on a person by another is the outcome of his action or her action. ‘To be’ involves action; it is what you are; it is what you are about; it is what you claim – moreover it is what you are. ‘To have been’ involves endurance; it is what it is about; it is what we ought to aim at – moreover it is what we must aim at. Other words for ‘to be’ are: Being – an item that represents the material – bodies, vocabularies, styles, etc. Before we move to the physical world, we must first get a few grasp on what is interior feeling, e.g., feeling, reality, truth, interiority, spirit, vitalism, etc. Man – physical man – is the ultimate bureaucracy – economy, science, technology, education, etc. Being is an essential part of the law of the Optimal Control of Nature, which Pursues the Selection and Conservation of the Individual in relation to the Species.
Existence means existence and consumption; it is truly significant, otherwise it wouldn’t have been possible for organisms to survive. literally Every word contains its own adverb and an adjective: the house is the only house that represents a definite piece of property (occupied or not occupied), the institution is the only school that represents a definite piece of property, every book is the only textbook that represents definite information and, physically speaking, the road is the only road that represents definite geographical direction.