I approach teaching as a two way process, whereby a student gains confidence and learns to find their own voice. I incorporate relaxation techniques, method acting and devised performance to engage with text and characterisation and performance. It is important to connect a students artistic approach to their work.
I provide lessons and training for those looking to complete upcoming LAMDA examinations or auditions focussing on developing acting skills and professionalism. By breaking down monologues, I help my students to focus on characterisation and develop confidence to produce realistic and thoughtful performances of a high quality.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach French, English, EFL, Drama and can help with speech/elocution, translation/interpretation as well as coaching children from KS1 to 4 including exam coaching and essay proofreading/writing. - Tell me about your qualifications. I am an honours graduate of U.C.L., London and the Sorbonne (Paris V), Paris.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? My speciality is English Literature, more specifically dramatic literature, and more specifically still the dramatic literature of the English Renaissance. My undergraduate years gave me a good wider grounding, however, and I am also able to teach, advise, and make suggestions to students of Drama, Philosophy and Media Studies. - Tell me about your qualifications.
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