You already work a full time job. In addition, you're often asked to work overtime. Then, you arrive home to take care of your husband, wife or kids, or perhaps help your parents with their daily living needs, including appointments, errands or any other number of time consuming chores.
University student going into second year at University of Leeds giving lessons to students from Primary school age up to GCSE level as a Grade A English Literature student at A-Level studying at one of the best sixth forms in the country.
I have been teaching in Secondary Education for ten years. I am deeply passionate about English, Drama, Literature and helping pupils to succeed.
My name is Chrissie Fadipe and I give lessons in English and English Literature from KS3, KS4 and English as an additional language. I believe in the importance of building a good rapport with students and showing them the relevance of what they are learning.
I am a kind, patient and approachable tutor, examiner and best-selling exams author. I promise to help you reach your personal goals quickly and enjoyably. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English language, English literature, English as a Second language, creative writing and media studies. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a recently trained and qualified Primary teacher and graduated with a First Class Honours Degree reading in Drama and Film Studies. I am currently undertaking a Masters to become a trained Dramatherapist. My expertise cover subjects across the Key Stage 1 & Lower Key Stage 2 curriculum. I also teach English as a foreign language.
I am happy to change my teaching method and structure depending on what is needed - I am happy to help both to consolidate things already taught in class, to help with understanding homework or revision, or to teach something from scratch
‘Caroline was the turning point in my becoming an author.’ Mari Williams The one thing I care the most when teaching languages is helping my students develop confidence in themselves and, as a result, develop fluency. I view mentoring in a similar light. As a former editor, I’m used to working with authors and giving feedback on manuscripts at any stage of the writing process.
My teaching method is very practical. Students will produce a variety of work, the genre and style depending on what they would like to improve. I will spend time going through their creative pieces and explaining areas of improvement, which will be followed by redrafting.
My passion for teaching is evident; my lessons are fun, well-planned, designed to capture the interest of the student and catered to their individual needs. I am a relatable, reliable and enthusiastic tutor who enjoys supporting children to make progress.
I am exceedingly enthusiastic and passionate about making learning fun, particularly appealing to those who are visual and kinaesthetic learners. Using all forms of media, audio, film, games, art and the socratic method of discussion to help guide students realise and discover information for themselves.
I teach secondary school students with a range of teaching methods that involve the student including making revision supplies such as flash cards and mind maps. Students who can pay for textbooks or already have textbooks will find these useful to make efficient notes from.
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