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South East Spanish Tutors & South East Spanish Tuition

With First Tutors you can find a local spanish tutor in the South East region and across the UK. Private spanish tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence while simultaneously improving grades and doesn't have to be dull! Please use our service to search for private spanish teachers near you in the South East region and choose which best suits your needs.

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Ruqayyah

Ruqayyah

Bachelors: Modern European Languages BA (Hons) (2015)
and often will commit information to your long-term memory. I tailor oral and written exercises, which focus on language production (i.e. enabling you to speak and write in the target language). They aim to aid recall of vocabulary and also serve as grammar drills so we can eventually move onto translations and conversations. I also record tailored pronunciation exercises. Classes veer away from lengthy explanations and err towards quickly equipping you to practise applying new...
Paula

Paula

Masters: Communication Science and Media Studies (1999)
the tests and examinations. So happy to have her! From Helen - Rating 5/5 - Level: GCSE, intermediate Spanish: "Paula was an excellent tutor for my daughter to boost her GCSE grade. Paula's resources, approach and interaction were excellent and Paula was able to assess areas of weakness quickly and accurately and tailor the tutoring accordingly. She has a great teaching style which gives the pupil confidence in their ability and my daughter felt able...
Roger

Roger

Doctorate: PhD Molecular Biology (you can google me if you want) (1990)
are on average 106 topics grouped in 20 subjects or so in A levels and GCSE syllabus. You will be able to notice improvement very quickly as there change will be noticeable to their teachers at school For KS2 and KS3 you are looking at an improvement rate of one full level per 6 months. In other words, using the old system, for example a change from 6A to 7A. 2017 results for my students...
Robin

Robin

PGCE: QTS (Cert. Ed.) (1974)
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 there are as many methods as there are children. I have never forgotten that. My current clients range from schoolchildren battling with learning disabilities, through Oxford and Cambridge applicants, adult beginners to some with post-graduate degrees. The quest for creative, individual solutions to educational problems affords me tremendous...
Gabriella
and adults/mature students. I have the enthusiasm and commitment to create a stimulating and inspirational environment for my students in order to communicate to them my love for the subjects I teach. As an Italian mother tongue and an accomplished teacher of this language, I often find myself highlighting linguistic connections between present day languages (Italian and English particularly) and the earlier languages of Latin and Greek. I find this an invaluable way of helping...

Vanna

Masters: Masters Degree in Language (2011)
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Jeff

Jeff

English, Spanish, Economics, Entrance Exams, English (Foreign Language), Study Skills
PGCE: PGCE (English/ESL and Spanish) (1994)
me last year. You have helped my English greatly and without your advice and guidance I would have had a nervous breakdown when I was given the task of an essay. You taught me about causal connectives, signpost words, paragraph structure and much more vital strategies of writing an amazing essay. Finally, I am happy that I got a place at Wilsons and know I would have faled the English language test without what you...
Marguerite

Marguerite

QTS: CAPES (French teaching qualification} (1982)
a big part of the problem. Once they think they can, they just do it. With beginners of all ages and adults who come for pleasure, the approach is obviously very different. I have devised my own method for beginners with documents that I have gathered over the years. Here the emphasis is on speaking. I listen to my students and choose topics that interest them. These classes are more difficult to prepare but give...
Fiona

Fiona

Masters: Masters in Teaching Foreign Languages (2010)
professional development continues through attendance at courses updating on didactical methods, as well as placements in schools abroad to share best practice and keep up-to-date with changes in the language. I would describe my service as professional, flexible and friendly offering students the individual attention they need to prepare for exams or travelling abroad lessons tailored to their needs, language background and level the confidence to achieve Lessons can be offered face-to-face or to save...
Adam

Adam

Masters: Legal Practice Course (postgraduate level) (2010)
theory, but to succeed you also need to gain confidence by practising your skills you need either for exams or for real life experiences. ****Important information regarding pricing**** - All pricing would be set out for you before you agree to tuition, so there are no hidden charges. - The pricing listed is based on regular weekly one-to-one tuition. - If there are two of you, three of you or even more, please contact me...

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First Tutors is the only place to find the most suitable private spanish tutor for your needs in the South East region, whether you are revising for exams, looking to supplement your university education or furthering your professional or adult education. Our search will locate private spanish tutors from the South East region in your area according to their spanish tuition charges and distance from you. Before reaching an arrangement with a home South East spanish teacher, you can ask questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (usually set by the AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact information. For those studying for spanish exams, we can help with SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Highers and entrance exams such as the eleven plus (11+) all across the South East area.

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