I teach literary analysis through exercises in practical criticism, enhancing the student's confidence in their own analytic skills and judgements. Every lesson I teach is completely bespoke - tailored precisely to the needs of the individual student.
I offer tailored tutorial sessions which help to build self confidence. My patient and calm approach serves to ensure that students achieve the best results.
I am willing to tutor anyone who requires support with English studies! Whether you are studying for your GCSEs or A-Levels, or just need help with KS2/3 homework, I can provide individual lessons to suit your needs.
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.
For me education is all about switching people on - illuminating a subject as well as grasping its content. I believe that if I can help a student to be interested in the topic at hand, then I’ve done something for them as people as well as for their academic success. I try to do this by incorporating broader ideas from the arts & humanities within my lesson plan.
I have been teaching since 1990, fully qualified and with a first degree in Applied Education (English and History teaching) and a Masters. I currently am a tutor for the Open University and work extensively as a tutor online and in person.
I love being creative, and give learners a type of knowledge that is going to be useful in a real context. Additionally, I love to create a type of lesson that motivates the student to be autonomous and curious to continue working in building up their knowledge.
Highly experienced teacher of Eng Lang and Lit in both the maintained and private sectors. Common Entrance, GCSE and AS/ A Level. Excellent references and proven, highly successful targeted tutoring to your child's needs and strengths. Tutoring in both UK and abroad.
I am currently studying my degree in BA Hons English and Drama and can other my tutoring services for all students, up to A-Levels. I will base my lessons on what you feel are your weaknesses and will provide you with constant support. I am in the second year of my degree and I plan on using my degree to pursue a career in education.
I am a GCSE and 11+ tutor and I give lessons to students at the schools in the Sutton/Epsom area. I put the student's needs at the forefront of the lesson and gather information about their interests so the lessons are interesting for them.
My teaching method is a controlled and organised approach to texts, focusing on verbal discussion and extraction of information, followed by precise short write-ups and summaries of texts. This will be followed by longer essay-style questions and mock examinations which will be marked in line with the mark-scheme and feedback will be distributed.
I’m a current postgraduate looking to inspire students who may need a little extra help connecting with English and Literature to achieve their full potential. I can teach a diverse range of topics and time periods and have taught many of the GCSE and A Level set texts. I have particular expertise in Victorian and Modern Literature.
I am a current PhD student in Educational Research at Lancaster university with a First Class BA in English with honors and an MA in Modern and Contemporary Literature. I provide lessons for Secondary School students, AS and A-Level students and undergraduate students studying any form of English or English Literature.
I take a student- Centred Approach to learning, where the children/child being tutored has an active role in the teaching process. Although I would still remain the main figure of authority, in a student-centred teaching approach, the student/students are just as much apart of the teaching process as I am.
Dear students! I was an A level student just as yourselves, and I am open to giving lessons to anyone who is struggling with their A levels, regardless of where you are or think you are in your exam grades! My techniques in teaching, are short snap-revised video lessons or using pictures as well as in typing, depending on the subject topic at hand, in a cohesive, short and easy to understand...
Being a younger tutor I am able to relate to students and this stronger relationship will correlate with stronger results and outcomes. I work from the students appropriate specification using traditional methods of teaching to embed information into the long term memory. Coming for the award winning and best free school in Bradford; Dixons Trinity I have Picked up on expert methods.
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 am a 30 year old male and a qualified teacher with over six years of diverse teaching experience. Having studied languages myself in an academic setting, I understand the individual needs of learning and the immense pleasure that can be drawn from studying languages. My lessons begin with a diagnostic approach and I then prepare classes and course for individual students or small groups.
I am a busy Mum with four children under 16. I offer lessons to GCSE and A'Level students in English/English Literature. As a tutor I ensure the student fully understands the literature (reading together is vital), before beginning to evaluate, analyse and interpret the work in a coherent way in the form of their own writing. I aim to make the lessons as fun and lively as possible.
The biggest thing I work on is making English literature fun and enjoyable, students perform better when they enjoy the texts. I'm all about trying different approaches in a clear and approachable environment.
In my teaching I like to assess the kind of learner my student is before tailoring lessons to meet their individual needs. I find that most students respond to a variety of activities during the course of the lesson. The lesson structure might look something like this: Example - metaphors and similies Introduce topic - assess how much knowledge the student already has (i.e.
My teaching method is to first have the students work through their set texts until they understand them and have developed an opinion. This involves a lot of class discussion of the text, as well as contextual research in order to broaden their understanding and engagement of the text.
I consider it of paramount importance to avoid being didactic in my lessons. The key to learning, in my experience, has always been to make it as interactive and independent thinking as possible.
My teaching method is very personalised to the individual students as from my experience having a blanket approach to teaching does not suit every student. For students sitting GCSE or A Level exams my teaching is centered around their specific syllabus and specification but with an emphasis on what the student enjoys within this to keep them enthusiastic and make the lessons enjoyable.
I am able to give classes to students that are A Level/GCSE standard or below. I would like for any students I teach to feel relaxed and unintimidated by my teaching, but for them to be willing to learn and genuinely interested in the subjects they require help with. I would begin by asking them what topics or areas they need help with and will work from there.
My teaching method is always student-centred. I feel I work with an equal balance of what the student requires, in terms of examinations and assessments, and what works best for them. I see myself as a Faciliator, in that the approach I take enables students to develop critical thinking skills and promote self-learning.
I structure my lessons based on what the student feels they need the most help with. For example, I will read out poetry analysis tools and words and explain them and then get the student to reiterate what I have said step by step until we are both sure they understand it.
My overall approach to tutoring heavily relies on strong communication skills, as I believe that any student can receive top grades if they are able to understand what is needed from them and how they can achieve this. It is also important that they feel comfortable in their learning environment, and feel confident that they can reach their targets.
I adapt my lessons/ sessions to the individual. I like making things fun and easy to understand, especially if a pupil is uncertain on a subject/ topic. I'm very welcoming, and always am open to suggestions. I'm able to help with GCSE's and A-Level, but can do any educational level if needed.
I tutor according to the needs of the student. So, if your strengths are in textual analysis but you struggle with structure then we will focus on that area. I prefer to work closely to the various syllabuses of the exam boards, and when exam time arrives I feel it is especially helpful to look closely at the examiner's reports from previous years.
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