I currently teach all year groups in a secondary school, thus have recent and relevant experience of the KS3 and GCSE curriculum. My teaching experience has included teaching small, intervention groups, as well as 1:1 support sessions, enabling me to further individual student progress. I am extremely friendly and patient and will endeavour to instil confidence in all students.
I have a BA (Hons) Drama and Literature, PGCE (Secondary English Teacher) - teaching KS3/4/5 (age 11 to 19). Taught in Comprenhensive mixed schools and currently teaching in Private School - English Language and English Literature - Head of English Department Department.
I approach each topic by encouraging the student to inform me of their areas of weakness, before briefly explaining it to them, whilst allowing them to come to the answers on their own. I am a university student myself and so have recent experience of taking GCSEs and A levels, and so aim to help those taking GCSE or below. I will help with English literature, language and criticism.
I am currently a student at UWE Bristol, studying Psychology. I studied Double English at GCSE level and earned grade A and B. I teach literacy at primary school level but mostly English at GSCE level. Quite friendly, easy going, willing to explain topics as many times as needed. Very interactive form of teaching.
Hi, my name is Qiang and I am a college student who has been studying English for many years. Being extremely interested in English, I devoted myself to English learning as well as teaching. The lectures I delivered are a combination of various forms, including singing, games which need cooperations among students and also role plays.
My teaching method is to read/focus on any texts/aspects of English a student may be having issues with and give feedback on how they may improve. Having studied English for four years at a higher level I understand the demands of the subject and what teachers are looking for at every level of education.
When I teach I am methodical; I deconstruct the mark scheme and syllabus to tailor-make teaching sessions that are insightful and which target key areas of learning. I'm not only a good speaker but also I understand the importance of listening to students; understanding their needs and working with them to achieve their goals.
I am a trilingual student (English, French and Spanish), currently in my first year at the University of Bristol. Having been educated in an International and European school, I have been used to facing certain language issues. I would find it extremely rewarding to be able to pass on my knowledge regarding overcoming these difficulties.
I base my classes around past papers and learning how to answer them, theories and teaching ideas, and my personal style of writing, as well as incorporating what I have learnt over my A levels
My teaching method is based around assessing the needs of the individual student. These would depend upon their stage in school, their specific difficulties, strengths and weaknesses, interests and so on.
I hope to tutor A-level and GCSE students, by going through the text and analysing the relevant parts in detail and making the often unclear texts easier to understand. I also know a variety of resources which I can direct them on to and will help them to find the best ways to research the topics.
By using a range of games I will help you to break a way through the writer's block. As well as this, I can help with your grammar and a range of creative techniques to help you to craft interesting and exciting pieces of writing. Together we can come up with achievable targets to extend and move you on with your writing.
My teaching method is to use critical analysis and constructive criticism in order to help students make the most of their creative pieces. I would teach students the best ways to write a successful piece, and then I would ask them to put what they have learnt into practice.
I have years of experience with pupils aged 4-16, and try my best to help get kids thinking creatively and start enjoying the subject! Grades are important aims for pupils, however my key goal is to give my students confidence in their own skills.
I am a graduate of the University of the West of England (2:1 English Lit.) who has been teaching for 14 years. I love teaching and love working 1-2-1 with anyone who shares the same passion for the subject as I do. I teach KS3, KS4 and KS5. I can help you with basic grammar, spelling and punctuation, or prepare for you for GCSE or A-Level.
Hi! My name is Vikki and I studied Creative Writing at undergraduate and postgraduate level. I'm also currently a freelance writer, so I can help with both fiction and non-fiction.
During my time running children's parties and as a lifeguard, I noticed that the key to a child's success is encouraging their pre-existing qualities and inspiring them to develop areas where they are less adept. As a tutor, I think its vital to praise the abilities my tutees already possess while also diagnosing where they could improve in the future in a positive and friendly way.
If you have writing aspirations and could do with some editorial input, or if you just want to improve your craft, I’d love to help. **One-to-one tuition (£30 per hour)** When we're working together, one-to-one, I can give you fully tailored writing guidance.
Are you worried about your upcoming exams? Just need someone to sit down and explain everything properly? Then you’re looking in the right place:) No matter how late it is in the year when you’re reading this, there IS something I can help you do to save your grades! I am offering beginner to advanced English lessons and literacy to primary, secondary and GCSE students in Bristol.
I base my classes on each individual. I will teach in a group if that is a better way to learn or individually. My lesson structure includes a detailed plan of outcomes and a plan of how to achieve these.
I offer a free no obligation first session in which I will get to know the student and what expectations and outcomes they hope to achieve from private tutoring. From here, I will personalise each and every session accordingly and incorporate fun and interactive methods of learning.
I have a patient and friendly style of teaching. I adore children and have one myself and several god children, all of whom I have helped to read and write. I am also a professional writer and have a masters in creative writing for therapeutic purposes. I am experienced in tailoring my classes to suit the individuals needs.
I am calm and patient and encourage students to explore so that they can reach their full potential. I use a variety of writing exercises I've learned through my MA and other writing courses. Lessons will be fun and freeing.
I will have a discussion about what they're learning and identify what they're struggling with so that I can understand their goals and see what I can do to aid them in achieving them. I will then have a read of some of their own work and teach them how to improve and, if they need, ask them to rewrite work so that they can continue to improve and use what they have learnt in practice.
I provide a service to a wide range of students; from primary through to A-Level standard, teaching in a fair environment where the student is involved in various ways - presentation giving, reading as a group or game-playing.
I am an extremely experienced language and literature teacher, excelling in boosting student confidence and by extension, results. Several of my students scored full marks in exam papers i tutored them for last year. Allowing all students to surpass expectation.
I am a fully qualified teacher and trainer, with 17 years experience working with post 16s and adults in college and the community. I have a good track record helping students attain passes in Functional Skills (both English and Maths), in many cases working with people who have found standard education difficult to engage with.
My teaching methodology can be characterised by the following: fun, patient, custom. I do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. For example, for children with a lot of extra energy at the end of the day, I will often have them do some star jumps midway through a session; but children who are already quite tired, I will engage them in more fun activities or active ways of learning.
My approach is friendly and helpful, with a focus on bringing out the creativity and thought processes needed to excel at English Literature. Mind maps set the ideas flowing, and once a pupil is fluent in their thinking, I will ensure that they become fluent in their writing too.
My teaching method is friendly but helpful - I like to make my students feel as comfortable as possible so that I can really get to grips with what they need to improve on in order to get those top grades.
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