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Paula

Paula

Masters: Post Grad diploma, Advertising and marketing (1985)
English comprehension and Language. I am currently working with a number of GCSE english students as well as writing essays for publication in English Literature, Sociology and Business GCSE and AS level. As well as E papers for 11 plus students. In 2015 I commenced working with home schooled children and to date have enjoyed a very pleasant experience witnessing their growth both in confidence and knowledge. I believe children work better when they are...
Robin
lecturing, and staying clear of rigid methods or approaches. What works for one person may not work for another, and I try to encourage students to participate in the process of unlocking their own potential. When people are engaged and participating they are learning with pleasure. A headmistress I once worked with, who, at the time was something of a mentor to me, once answered a question about methods of teaching reading by saying that...
Martyn

Martyn

PGCE: PGCE (Secondary English) (1975)
working with students who started working towards the 'new' GCSE and GCE English examinations. In the last four years, in addition to mute 'general' examination preparatory work, I have worked with GCSE students, helping them prepare for controlled assessments; with IGCSE students, helping them with coursework drafts, and with their preparation for the Speaking and Listening tasks; I have worked with A Level students on coursework; I have helped a large number of students redraft...
Julie
own style. I will support them in using dictionaries, Thesaurus, and other word and information books. When teaching Media Studies I encourage the students to read various newspapers; listen to the news; watch and access media programmes such as 'Panoroma' and 'Question Time.' Before I start to teach, I like to ensure that I am fully aware of what course and exam board they will be doing, so that we can plan together a set...
Sophie
Key Stage 2 & 3 for 2 years I began working for Accelerate Tuition and Oxbridge Success at the beginning of my undergraduate years, and then moved on to private tuition. I also teach prisoners in Young Offenders Institutions as part of a Gray's Inn pro bono programme. A visual learner won't respond to hours of lecturing and an oral learner won't learn from a 500 page textbook. Flexible, tailored tuition is the only route...
Catherine

Catherine

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate of Education (2011)
schools, and the private sector. I am thoroughly conversant with: 1) The national curriculum and assessment for learning. 2) Common Entrance 3) GCSE/IGCSE exam boards, assessment objectives and mark schemes. 4) A Level Language and Literature. We all learn differently and the job of a tutor is to address a student's individual needs and give them the confidence to succeed. No two approaches will be the same, but it's about establishing a safe and friendly...
Janet
responds to the analysis of language in English study. The lessons are planned to concentrate on an aspect of the assessment objectives, to teach strategies to achieve at their best, to practise achieving with the strategy, and to retain the information, and practise this strategy. With the study of literature a thorough knowledge of the plot and narrative starts an exploration of language, form and structure, to which the student and I return, looking at...
George
at a public state school in Kent for 1 year. I hold a School Direct qualification permitting me to teach anywhere within the UK. My aim is to engage students by making learning fun! Being a young teacher I am able to better connect with my students; acting as a role model who has the correct balance of discipline and fun. I relate the topics I teach to real life to ensure students are aware...

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