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Jorik

Jorik

Masters: MA Comparative Literature (2016)
an aspect of yourself you were previously unaware of, opening yourself up to new ways of thinking, cultures and histories. Everyone can learn any language, as long as they care. Geography, History, Philosophy and Drama are always about empathising with another person or persons in their context, from their perspective. That is one of the reasons doing research on these topics is so engrossing: it is like getting to know someone intimately. I hope to...
Michael

Michael

Hebden Bridge
QTS: Preparing to Teach in Lifelong Learning (2011)
guest lectured in History and Criminology. As a writer I have run writing and drama workshops with all ages. My first novel will be published in June 2016. My approach is to initially assess my student's strengths and weaknesses. Then to break the learning curve down into key objectives or units. Then to set a realistic time frame to achieve set goals. Always in mind is the objective of achieving an eventual good pass in...
James
power to make learning a challenging, enjoyable worthwhile experience for you. I am very relaxed, but at the same time will push you to keep moving forward. We all make mistakes and a huge part of learning is discovering why those mistakes were made and 'what went wrong' is a huge opportunity to learn. Above all I am flexible and can adapt to most situations and the needs of all learners. I look forward to...
Megan

Megan

Otley
PGCE: PGCE (Secondary) (2017)
to allow them to maximise their potential in both papers. I tailor the way I tutor to the individual needs of the student as no child works in the same way. I am happy to go over any past papers, provide example responses to a variety of exam questions as well as going back to the basics and ensuring there is a firm foundation ready to build upon and develop and answering any specific questions...
Christopher
as personable as possible, taking on a seminar format, as opposed to you paying me to watch them write for an hour. I am however incredibly competitive and I pride myself on my results. I always ask my students to push themselves to the best of their ability - more than anything, it is effort that I will commend, not grades (although that's what we are after). When it comes to English, I hope to...

Christina

St. Austell
PGCE: English with SEND specialism PGCE with QTS- qualify 2013 (2012)
Drama, and my qualification also holds speciality in Special Educational Needs. I am CRB checked. I am happy to cover any aspect the students feels they need help with, although I would always suggest contacting their teacher. This allows us to work on weaknesses but also concentrate on pending examinations or controlled assessments. I am very flexible so if an issue arises during sessions I can change my plans to suit the need. I have...
Heather

Heather

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Education (2015)
teaching a range of BTEC Performing Arts (Acting) Units Experience working with 6-21 year olds and SEN students Qualification: Post Graduate Certificate in Education BA (Hons) English with Drama Current and up to date DBS check Also work as an actor My approach to tutoring and teaching is to plan all lessons around my students. This means creating interactive, engaging and fun activities that are specifically designed for the needs of my student and focus...
Colm G

Colm G

Masters: MA in English (Broadcast Literacy) (2014)
them achieve highly in their exam. Sociology - As a theory-heavy essay subject, the best way to achieve highly is to employ a revision strategy that caters to the tutees own brand of learning; kinaesthetic, visual, aural etc and ensuring they can write critically with an ability to sift through material and lift from it only the essential information for their essay that will demonstrate solid KO1 (knowledge) and KO2 (evaluation and understanding). having been...
Zoe

Zoe

Masters: Classical and Contemporary Text (2016)
way to teach someone is to work with them and find out what that method is, that may not fully be addressed in the school environment. I also believe that talking and debate is often the best way to widen a student's knowledge and make them think more about the subject, improving their ability to formulate coherent arguments about a topic. In my tutorials I often go through written work and past papers with pupils,...
Christopher Giles
fly by, whilst others need their confidence slowly building up and it's a gradual process to get them to where they need to be. I try to link what we do in sessions as closely to what students are doing in school in order for you to see results as quickly as possible. When it comes to exams we will look through not only past papers but the mark schemes to make what the markers...

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