I tailor my lessons to the students preference as there is no point in teaching a person if they are not respondent. I usually take ten minutes to warm up at the beginning of a lesson by showing the student a few interesting news stories if it is a language lesson and will maybe show them a funny YouTube video in that language, and for English literature show them some memes about important literature pieces and explain the relevance of that joke to not only give an entertaining introduction to certain classics, but to establish a subtle positive relationship between the student and the text and make them subconsciously want to maybe read the classic, analyse it, join a community of people who enjoy the book and potentially in turn use their knowledge to entertain others with their own memes and jokes. Afterwards, in English I will do 25 minutes of analytical training regarding English Lit. to teach the student how to become passionate and responsive to what they are reading or watching (as this is also applicable in film studies) and then analyse a chapter or more of whichever book they are reading, and if they aren't, I will assign them one. The same will then be done with English lang, and in the remaining 5 minutes, I will set some homework, usually an essay, which I will review alongside the next lesson. For languages, the lesson will be divided between the afformentioned 10minute warm up; 15 minutes of reading practice; another 15 minutes of listening practice for GCSEs and if the student isn't taking their GCSEs, different resources will be used to make it more pertinent such as a video or extracts of a radio show which I will then ask them to explain to me; and finally 15 minutes of speaking where we will converse for 7minutes about a topic of my choosing, and then 7minutes about a topic of theirs, with 6 minutes left at the end for assigning of homework, and any questions to clarify before finishing.
I am a driven sixth form student, attending St Swithuns School for girls in Winchester with only predicted 7s, 8s and 9s. I am fluent in French and Spanish, I am a level 9 in English and can help you/ your child reach that level as well as gain a great passion for analysis and love of literature through a unique and generationally relevant fashion of teaching. I can also teach mathematics up to a Year 8 level as I have never taught at a higher level, unless you would like me to. I am used to working with children as I am a boarder and head of my house and help girls in every year with their school work and other problems they may have, which has given me a unique breadth of experience with girls especially, but also with boys from previous baby sitting and tutoring jobs.
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