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Scotland Drama Tutors & Scotland Drama Tuition

First Tutors can help you to find a private drama tutor in the Scotland region and across the UK. Local drama tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence while simultaneously improving grades and doesn't have to be dull! Please use our search to find local drama teachers near you in the Scotland region and select which best suits your requirements.

Meet some of our Scotland Drama Tutors

Ellis
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 from what they hear. In general, I have had huge success with individual tutoring over the years in many subject areas simply because I take the trouble to learn how each student learns and then build on their...
Karen

Karen

PGCE: Secondary English (2010)
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 for U A E - Language analysis and evaluation (how techniques are used and what the effect is). Discursive and persuasive writing, appropriate language, research skills, structure. Exam revision - organisation and practice...
Zoe

Zoe

Masters: Classical and Contemporary Text (2016)
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, discussing both the major and more detailed themes of their subject, whilst also setting different activities to both enthuse and instigate thinking about issues in...
Colin

Colin

Renfrew
Geography, Drama
PGCE: PGDE Geography (2011)
I can cover a few subjects and like to keep things informal and fun. I've been teaching since 2011 in Geography, Drama, Dance, behaviour support, learning support and ASN. I have worked in various schools in central Scotland including the Royal Blind School. Friendly out of the box thinking for each subject. Focusing on key areas as directed by classroom teacher. This helps build a cohesive approach to learning in school and in tutoring sessions....
Vivienne

Vivienne

PGCE: English (2002)
structure and developing a mature, yet fresh, personal response. I tend to adopt a modelling approach. Effectively, the tutee and I draft a first core essay on a given text, say, for example, 'Romeo and Juliet' Using this exemplar, the tutee is then assigned further essay questions, drawing upon this core essay as a guideline. Support is given throughout the writing process and constructive feedback is offered in the form of stage-appropriate targets to ensure...
Louise

Louise

Doctorate: PhD English Literature (2019)
and learning plans in addition to working on texts for specific examinations or assessments. I am passionate about teaching; I enjoying getting to know my students and learning how they work best. I believe in supporting diverse learning styles and working with the student to find a method that will allow them to excel. I am highly adaptable and believe that student-focused tutoring yields the best results both in terms of academic attainment and personal...
Anna

Anna

Masters: double MA Communication and Media (2012)
knowledge of ITalian and the subjects I hold a Degree on, although I could help young students and children with writing/Studying exercises and issues in different subjects. I am a precise and I like going in-depth, my approach enhances curiosity in the tutee and in enjoying the subject to be studied. I think I'm also patient and I try to be always as clear as possible, applying different ways of teaching to different people and...
Justina
group of students; at times classes were,also one-to-one. I believe that creativity is very important and that each person, be it a child or an adult, thinks in their own individual way. My focus is therefore to allow the student to develop without forcing a dogmatic way of doing things on them. I notice the strengths and develop from there. In this way the most daunting of subjects can be approached with ease and confidence....
Elizabeth

Elizabeth

Masters: Classical and Contemporary Text (2018)
open, supportive, and focussed environment for my tutees. I like to start by meeting with tutees, so as to get a clear understanding of the student's needs, interests, concerns, and preferred ways of learning. Then, by looking closely at the appropriate exam boards and/or syllabuses, I can create lesson plans with clear objectives that will help the student learn in a way that suits them and will help them to achieve their overall goal from...
James
be rounded off with a ‘check in' to look back on everything that has been learnt. I will tailor tutorials to the requirements of the student so that the tutorials can be fully informative and worthwhile. I also encourage on occasion post tutorial work such as past exams, mini tests or knowledge ‘refreshers', provided by myself, which we can then talk through and reinforce learning/highlight the progress made. Ultimately, I will meet your needs to...

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First Tutors is the best place to locate the most suitable local drama tutor for your needs in the Scotland region, whether you are revising for exams, looking to supplement your university education or furthering your professional / adult education. Our unique search will list local drama tutors from the Scotland region in your area according to their drama lesson charges and proximity to you. Before starting an arrangement with a private Scotland drama tutor, you can ask specific questions through our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (usually set by the AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before exchanging your contact details. For those studying for drama exams, we can help with SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Highers and entrance exams such as the eleven plus (11+) all over the Scotland area.

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