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West Midlands Latin Tutors and West Midlands Latin Tuition

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Kristina

Kristina

Maths, English, Latin, History, Philosophy / Critical Thinking, Classical Civilisation
Doctorate: incomplete to date (Classics/Egyptology) (2011)
I have a very open approach to tutoring, which is highly dependent upon not only the subject matter, but the individual student. I approach tutoring on an individual basis. This means that when I first meet a potential student, I begin by analyzing their particular needs, and from there I develop a lesson plan to meet the needs of that student. I am always happy to provide a free consultation meetings for any prospective students,...
Prue

Prue

Leek
French, Latin, English (Foreign Language)
Doctorate: PhD in French Theatre (1997)
individuals, classes and audiences of all ages, and have accordingly gained the respect, appreciation and love of hundreds of students (young and old) in my 25 years' experience as a teacher, lecturer and private tutor. Key words for me as a trainer are clarity, simplicity, patience, variety, appropriately graded steps, achievable but real challenges, empowerment and fun - all with a view to ensuring my students make the progress and enjoy the learning satisfaction they...
Alistair

Alistair

Solihull
English, Latin, Government and Politics
Masters: Medieval Studies (2010)
to accept students preparing for GCSE, AS, or A level examinations. My philosophy is that exam success relies on a combination of close understanding of the text, ability to respond independently, and proper exam technique. Interviews: I am also available to tutor students preparing for university entrance interviews (in particular Oxbridge). Having experienced the process first-hand, I feel I am well positioned to offer meaningful advice on how a candidate can impress during the application...
Hugh
coaching and was Vice Chairman of the Welsh Schools Cricket Association. My first priority is to meet the needs of the tutee in terms of syllabus to be covered. In History and RE I may use the dialogue approach I have developed over my long career. This will work well with a pair of learners, or with me and one learner. In Latin and French I shall concentrate on required vocabulary and the essential structures...
Rachel

Rachel

Birmingham
Latin, Classical Civilisation
Bachelors: 1st class degree in Classical Studies. (2010)
apply! Whether we're studying a tragedy, comedy or the Ara Pacis, cultural and social context are vital to an understanding of the subject. Most importantly, I believe that a student should be able to really enjoy what they are learning and to have a positive experience that leaves them happy with what they are getting from the lesson. The student is the most important person in the room, and I am more than willing to...
Lianna
learner to communicate in day-to-day situations. I try to make the lessons fun and interesting! I also believe that seeing the links between different languages can help make learning a new one easier, so I point out the similarities in any grammar or vocabulary which are useful and relevant to the student. I provide a follow-up report after the lesson, detailing what has been covered and any vocabulary, grammar or academic points that came up...
Callum
of Plato - who I believe to be the definite basis of Classical Greek. Homeric Greek, too, I believe is important in studying the Greek language. It is important to branch out from Classical Greek to the language before and after. Some textbooks miss this, focusing simply on the language of Athens. My approach to English Literature is similar. I concentrate firstly on structure, syntax and lexis. Afterwards, content. I believe, as long as you...

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  • Kristina

    Kristina, Evesham
    Joined: 25/03/2012 | Av. Price: £28.00 p.h.
    Maths, English, Latin, History, Philosophy / Critical Thinking, Classical Civilisation
    Doctorate: incomplete to date (Classics/Egyptology) (2011)

  • Prue

    Prue
    Joined: 05/11/2009 | Av. Price: £30.00 p.h.
    French, Latin, English (Foreign Language)
    Doctorate: PhD in French Theatre (1997)

  • Alistair

    Alistair
    Joined: 08/06/2012 | Av. Price: £44.29 p.h.
    English, Latin, Government and Politics
    Masters: Medieval Studies (2010)

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This is the number one place to find the best private latin tutor for your needs in the West Midlands region, whether you are cramming for exams, looking to compliment your university education or furthering your professional or adult education. Our search will list local latin tutors from the West Midlands region in your area according to their latin tuition charges and proximity to you. Before finalising an arrangement with a home West Midlands latin tutor, you can ask specific 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 details. For those in the midst of revision for latin exams, we can help with SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Highers and entrance exams such as the eleven plus (11+) all over the West Midlands area.

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