I teach English from primary level up to GCSE and EFL from beginner to proficiency. I always offer a free lesson which includes an assessment so that I can devise an individual course of lessons based around the student's individual needs.
I have a no nonsense tutoring style designed to improve analytical arguments for essays, vocabulary, speaking and communication. I have a very flexible work hours and am happy to tutor anyone from KS1 to adult learners simply looking to improve their writing and/or speaking.
Themes explored connected with well being and positive psychology. I offer set exercises based on the themes, use handouts, music, objects and visuals. I cover all meta modalities. I have a friendly, person centred approach with both groups and one to one tuition.
I'm a warm, approachable mother of two with experience of children in primary and secondary schools, within the classroom or in a home environment. I also have experience in tutoring adults, and offering support for non-native English speakers. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English Literature and Language, Literacy, Film Studies, Media Studies, Creative Writing.
I give lessons in a variety of different subjects including GCSE English Literature and Language, and English as a Second Language. I have experience of tutoring people with specific learning disabilities, including dyslexia and autism. I have a student centred approach, and tend to teach to the student's interests where possible.
I have recently finised my A-Levels. I have studied English Language and Literature and I recieved A/Bs throughout my course. I will give lessons to people in primary, secondary school those doing their GCSE or A-Levels. I would help the student grasp a deeper understanding of the book they are being taught.
I aim to help my students feel as relaxed and comfortable as possible. I like to get to know them, then use my experience and creative skills to plan fun, interactive lessons . I try to introduce new vocabulary and common expressions into each lesson. in the initial lesson, we will identify areas that could be improved and create a plan around them.
I am a professional lyricist and songwriter. I am very passionate about teaching. I am of a friendly and encouraging nature and I am confident I will be able to help you achieve to the best of your ability.
As an arts educationalist with 15 years experience and a children's book author, I encourage a child-centred approach to learning. The teaching will be responsive to each student with planning to ensure each session reaches its maximum potential. - Which subject(s) do you teach? * English - KS1, KS2, GSCE, A Level, University Level. * Drama/Theatre Studies - GCSE, A Level and University Level.
My approach is to help students develop effective strategies for each exam question and therefore my tutees feel prepared and secure in their success. My strengths are in the IB and A Level and I'm also highly experienced in working with GCSE students, particularly with the latest curriculum specifications.
Hello! I am a third year English literature student who lives in Brighton. After my degree, I wish to become a secondary school English teacher as I have a passion for education! I believe that each student is different and it is important to tailor teaching methods and activities to suit how the student learns best.
I am a secondary teacher of English/Literature and qualified SENDCo. I have extensive experience teaching key stage 3/4 and 5. I am on the Leadership team of an excellent secondary school and specialise in teaching challenging students in inventive ways. I use active learning and link texts to interests e.g. Lego for Shakespeare.
I'm a theatre freelancer with a background in English Literature and Theatre Studies. I'm passionate about working within education and often work within drama schools on a stage management basis. I'm a friendly and approachable individual who will aim to tailor lessons to suit the individual and their learning style.
I am a 20-year-old university student studying English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Surrey. My approach to tutoring is to tailor and structure my lessons to my student's needs.
I always start my lessons with a smile, and some music. The most important consideration to be made when learning anything about the English language is the scope and context of what you are studying. No lesson should be longer than half an hour before a break is to be provided, in order to re-wire the brain into learning the maximum capacity it can.
I believe it is important to tailor my lessons to the individual as we all like to learn in different ways. Dialogue and discussion is vital to an enjoyable session as opposed to endless writing down of ideas. I am happy to explain basic reading techniques and then develop these as we progress.
My teaching method is small groups of maximum 10. Giving group lectures and emphasising the benefits of individual needs within the group dynamics. I can give lessons to smaller groups as the need arises.
I am a bestselling author and freelance journalist who has had three novels published. I recently had a short story included in an anthology that was named Children’s Book of the Week in the Sunday Times. My fourth novel is out next year. If you have an idea for a book and you don’t know where to start or you’re halfway through writing one and you don’t know how to finish, I can help.
- individually tailored lessons for a tutee’s preferred learning techniques and abilities - challenging and motivating lessons, with support in areas that need development
I am a native French-speaker with an honours degree in Humanities with Literature and Creative Writing. I teach French, English Literature and History up to A' Level, and can tutor up to undergraduate-level English Literature. Pupils from 11 years upwards.
I believe (and my experience supports this) that anyone can 'do' English, no matter what they have experienced at school, or been told by teachers. For children at GCSE age and younger understanding and enjoying English is a matter of confidence and accessing the curriculum in a way which suits their needs and interests. Teaching well is all about positive communication.
I have an inclusive, empathetic, and engaging pedagogical style that is not overly didactic, and which makes the learning style of the pupil and the idiosyncratic way they assimilate and contextualise information the fulcrum of the learning process. I would hope that my passion for teaching is self-evident. If not, I would humbly request the opportunity to prove it.
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