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 have a PhD from the English Department at the University of Southampton and many years of experience teaching English literature, poetry and academic skills (research, writing, referencing, presentation skills, time management, digital resources) to BA and MA students.
I'd like to offer my help to any student working at a pre-undergraduate level (i.e GCSE & A-Level, BTEC, primary and secondary). My tutoring is completely based on the individual; after talking with you and highlighting what you're struggling with, I'd work around your needs and directly tackle the areas which could be improved, all in a super relaxed environment.
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.
Hi there, I'm looking to give extra lessons to Primary School kids aged 8-13. We would be going through your classwork and homework in a one-to-one setting to make sure we go at pace you are comfortable with, moving on to the next topic once you are confident with all the work covered. As a tutor, I am patient and enthusiastic.
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 am able to teach History and English literature at both GCSE and A-level standard. Doing a Politics degree and having gained an A* it at A-level means that I have the experience and skills to help those who need it at A-level. Different subjects will have different types of teaching.
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.
I base my classes on the goals and level of the student. Focusing on strengthening weak areas and developing your critical thinking approach to prepare you for A Level critical thinking exams. My lessons will also prepare you for university applications as well as online reasoning tests which are becoming more popular with employers.
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.
I am willing to teach all levels up to GCSE in English language and literature. I teach by attempting to impress my passion for the subject upon the student, whether this is by analysing texts and passages in past exam papers, or through general discursive analysis of poetry, novels and films I have read or seen. I am a methodical tutor, a patient listener and a hard worker.
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.
My teaching method is always tailored to my specific students, along with what they would like to achieve.
I give lessons to those studying for GCSE and A Level style examinations. We will cover the necessary topics of each examination, highlighting key information and discerning the best way for each student to memorise and construct valid acedemic arguments.
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 tutor English and Maths to primary and secondary school pupils, tailoring my methods to the individual. Located opposite Clifton College, I work with students (and their families) to identify learning goals and then create a relaxed and productive environment to help them achieve. I have a basic DBS certificate (but full CRB checks can only be requested by employers).
I approach teaching for GCSEs and A-Levels from two angles. First, I identify exactly what the syllabus and demands by studying the mark schemes and past papers. This provides my teaching and students' revision with a structure that ensures they are hitting every point the examiners are looking for, to achieve the highest possible marks.
I aim to tailor my tutoring to my students, concentrating on issues that each student struggles with in their formal education and using a variety of exercises to suit individual learning styles. I want to create an ongoing dialogue with my students, to encourage interest in the subject alongside academic proficiency without condescension.
I have studied classical civilisation since GCSE, through A level and up until now (I am studying it at the university of Bristol). I am passionate about the subject and really feel that I can make the subject interesting as well as fun. I did the AQA exam board through school, however am happy to research other boards if needs be.
I am confident that I can support students through analyses of the set texts to meet the requirements of assessments. I have vast experience of writing assignments in a variety of formats, so can provide assistance with general proof-reading and essay structuring.
I’m an excellent and experienced English tutor who can support from KS2-A level. I also offer UCAS help and CVs, covering letters and functional skills.
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.
I have extensive experience with a range of students, but most recent experience is with secondary school students in groups, as well as more student-centred individual tutorial classes. My classes focus on achieving clear language based learning objectives outlined from the outset, either directly from the student, or achievable goals that I feel will be most beneficial to the student.
I am a very organised and enthusiastic individual. I like to think that because I am a student myself, I can teach children relevant skills in a way which is enjoyable and clear. I would come to each lesson with a plan of what to practise - in order to hone their skills with relevance to their personal goals.
A law student at the University of Bristol offering private tutoring lessons for primary level/GCSE/AS/A level English literature. I achieved A* in my A-level English Literature and am familiar with the content and texts of the current syllabus.
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.
Providing help and guidance with school work in english, literature and subjects related to sociology and anthropology. Willing to read and discuss texts and engage students in critical analysis of literary novels. Also offering proof reading and editing services for essays or written work.
My teaching method is supportive, I foster a safe environment where all individuals feel confident and able to achieve. I give lessons to a variety of learners, from both native and non-native English backgrounds. I like to adapt my lessons to suit each individual's needs and interests to ensure success.
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