I am a Drama graduate (First Class honours + Sylvia Perry Prize for outstanding achievement) from Queen Mary, University of London. I'm currently project managing a review of university assessment, thinking about how they make existing inequalities more pronounced for students of colour.
In my job, I teach students critical theories and methods to help them analyse blocks of text so that they can understand what the underlying meanings of a book, article, poem, play etc. are. This places me well to help students understand what a mark scheme may be looking for in their work. Through my degree, I have informal experience of helping peers clearly express their ideas on paper.
I employ a range of techniques to help students better understand the material they're working with and how to turn that into exam answers and essays. I help students to write clearly and efficiently through short exercises. With geography students, I focus on giving them the theoretical tools to understand their case studies to a high level as well as improving their general writing. I help English and Drama students with researching the details of their course materials and assist them in bringing the context surrounding plays or texts into their analysis - which is often the deciding factor in achieving top grades. I also use engaging exercises to improve a student's general literacy and understanding of grammar.
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|Queen Mary, University of London||2017||Bachelors||First Class Honours|
|Queen Mary, University of London||2017||Bachelors||Sylvia Perry Prize for outstanding achievement|