£25 per hour
I am an experienced teacher, writer and eLearning specialist. I am a teacher of the 16-19 age group. Since 2001 I have taught A Level English (Literature, Language and combined), my main focus in recent years has been on AS English Language and Literature where results in my sixth form college have been consistently high. I have taught AS & A2 Media Studies, and I have been Course Leader of AS Media Studies for several years, recently performance has shown a trend to increasingly good results. I have also led and taught the Journalism course and together we have managed an over 90% pass rate, excellent for a course that requires voluntary commitment in the face of other academic demands. I have taught AS Film Studies off timetable. I currently tutor English Literature offline for the new Edexcel syllabus, first examination in 2017.
I regularly construct virtual learning environments for students. I am an Exam Moderator and, in addition I contribute to a film education journal and publish film education books, through Auteur Publishing who are syndicated in the US through Columbia University Press. I have also published a variety of other books, I travel and I blog.
I have a degree (2:1) from Bristol University and a PGCE.
So it’s April and the English AS and A Level exams are in May and June, are you ready? Do you know the assessment objectives? Are you able to employ enough terminology? What, for instance, is anaphora? And what about Media? Can you denote and connote in an exam? Are you a passive or an active audience?
So it’s the January and the English AS and A Level exams are in May and June, are you ready? Do you know the assessment objectives? Are you able to employ enough terminology? What, for instance, is anaphora?