I’m currently a first year English literature student. Reading and writing has always been a major part of my life and something in which I have been proficient since primary school.
I'm a second year undergraduate student studying Social Anthropology. However, I studied English up to A level achieving a solid A grade. My aim is working with students predominately at secondary level (GCSE and A level) but I can teach younger students if required. I normally start with a consultation with the student to see what they need help with and relevant material for each student.
I give lessons to a wide range of pupils, from Year 7 to 18+. I structure my lessons to the individual pupil, using their progress made so far to provide tailor-made lessons that adhere to the particular curriculum. This allows me to make sure that we pupils make tangible progress.
Preference for 1 to 1 sessions or small groups. Teach different topics for each session, planning activities and work for each session plus additional homework relating to the topic of that session and preparation activity for the upcoming topic for the following session.
I've just graduated from Queen's University with a degree in English literature and modern history. My dream is to become a teacher who can combine a passion for knowledge with a positive student experience. My lessons are based on listening to the student and molding the lesson around their personal needs. I'm here to listen and help rather than force my interests on the student.
I am a 2nd year PhD student in English Literature. I have achieved great success in my academic career so far, gaining a First Class Honours in my undergraduate degree, and a Distinction in my Masters (both in English Literature). My specific areas of research/interest are in early twentieth-century women's writing.
I have been helping primary 6 pupils with the transfer tests for 12 years. I help to prepare young people with exam technique and to gain confidence in attempting the more challenging questions. An hour a week on a one to one basis makes a huge difference.
Work with not for. Most people simply need guided towards the correct answers.
I do a lot of oral French as well as written (verb conjugation, grammar, vocabulary, etc). The choice of topic can be yours. I can teach you all aspects of the French language through newspaper articles, novels, to help build your confidence up.
I use tried and trusted resources developed over my long standing career to aid pupil understanding and engagement. Moreover, I also focus on exam technique to improve performance and attainment and offer feedback which is meaningful and expansive, so that students have clear goalposts for their learning.
My teaching method is unique and tailored to each child, focusing on their weaknesses as well as continuing to improve on their strengths. I work at the pace of each individual child and incorporate their likes and interests to make each lesson engaging and interesting.
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