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First Tutors can enable you to find the right private drama teacher in Scotland to enhance your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Private drama tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge as well as increasing grades. Please use our service to search for private drama tutors near you (anywhere in Scotland) and select which best suits your requirements.

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Ellis
particular way of learning. Quite often, students do not achieve in school/college because they cannot absorb classroom information simply because the method of presentation doesn't suit their personal style. Frequently, students suffer from overload, poor organisation or simply can't differentiate between the vital and the trivial when bombarded with work. Some visual learners need assistance in creating revision styles while some students who listen well yet can't record information coherently require help in assembling facts/figures...
Karen

Karen

PGCE: Secondary English (2010)
help you achieve the very best you can achieve. I tailor my approach to each student, as the learning styles are so vastly different from pupil to pupil. I cover the English curriculum for excellence which has replaced Standard Grade and Higher. Critical Essay writing - structure, analysis and evaluation, expression and vocabulary. Personal and creative essay writing - imagery, structure, characterisation, expression. Textual Analysis - Evaluation and analysis, flexible formulas for exam practice. Reading...
Zoe

Zoe

Bachelors: BA (Hons) English Language and Literature (2014)
done in the hours we have, and I am left with a much clearer understanding of what I am learning." - Tashnia Uddin I tutor on a student-by-student approach. Teaching in schools nowadays is so often mass produced and does not offer everyone the opportunities that they deserve. Everyone has a different way of learning and I think that the best way to teach someone is to work with them and find out what that...
Elena

Elena

Masters: French Literature (2010)
Teaching since 2008: _Wonderlust Language School (Sfax, Tunisia) -Bespoke Languages academy (Leicester, England) -RUBRIC Russian School (Nottingham and Derby branches, England) -Burleigh Community College / now called Charnwood College (Loughborough, England) -Lomonosov Russian School (Aberdeen, Scotland) _ One-to one tuition Communicative approach is my favourite approach, because it helps students start speaking very quickly after my lessons. However, I can adopt any of the following approach on request and preferences : Traditional Grammar approach, Audio-lingual...
Rebecca
practitioner within the community and within schools in Birmingham. Oxford and London. I also have a keen interest in Performance theory, positive psychology and creative social science qualitative research methods. Teacher Actor with The Playhouse/ Language Alive Birmingham. Various community arts facilitation within the remits of social inclusion. - facilitation, teaching and work-shopping using drama and the arts for social development, wellbeing and learning Conference and workshop delivery at an international level. Hard working, dedicated...
Ioanna
attitudes when learning more about a subject, while nurturing skills as independent learners, no matter the level of student. I find this side of teaching very rewarding. In each subject I teach I seek to encourage free critical thinking and facilitate deeper understanding of the issues and arguments. I aim to become sensitive to student strengths and weaknesses, in order to adapt to the best learning style and maximise the student's time with me. My...
Eva
to 'Resolutions'. For this course, my co-teacher and I received high praise – some of the students have gone on to study creative writing at a degree level. For my second year with The Knowledge Project, I acted as invigilator for the inaugural 'What Is Feminism' course. This entailed attendance to every session, on which I was required to give feedback, make suggestions. I'd like to think my input shaped the direction of this course;...
Rebekah
world. I aim to be as friendly and encouraging as possible with my students, especially when they are young or nervous about their work. I believe that a huge part of a tutor's job is to develop a student's confidence. It is vital that they should feel at ease and able to ask questions or to talk about areas of weakness without feeling intimidated. Whether I'm teaching literature or language, I always aim to make...
Ceza

Ceza

Masters: Digital Communications (2007)
living in Madrid, I taught English as a Foreign Language to several adults and children. I work with the child and parents to establish the main aim of the sessions and each tutoring session will be personalised to meet the needs of the individual. I believe that the child will benefit and stay focused if the sessions are enjoyable, and therefore will engage with them and connect with them in a way they will understand...

Our search will order local drama tutors (from Scotland) in your local area by their drama tuition charges and distance from you. Before reaching an arrangement with a drama tutor, you can ask specific questions in our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (e.g. AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. You can search for drama teachers tutoring at primary level, secondary level including GCSE, A-Level and even private drama tuition for adult learning, further and higher education - anywhere in Scotland! Finding help using a private drama tutor (or using group drama tuition) has been shown to improve your chances of attaining a top grade and remembering what is being taught.

If you are a private drama tutor wishing to offer your drama tuition services in Scotland or anywhere else across the UK, please register with First Tutors or find out more about us here in Scotland.

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