£25 per hour
I am an English teacher with a BA Hons in Humanities with Philosophy and a PGCE in Secondary English. I am currently working towards a Masters Degree in Education.
I am able to teach all aspects of English language and Literature up to A level, as well as all aspects of academic essay writing and study-skills up to degree level.
I worked in theatre for a long time before teaching, so I am also well-versed in all aspects of Drama and close textual analysis from rehearsals and performance.
I spent a number of years working in schools around the country, designing and delivering courses and workshops about various aspects of Mind, Brain and Education. I work with all my pupils to make their learning experience easier and more productive, using the best information that we have from all these disciplines.
If you think that you have a poor memory, or despair that doing well is beyond you, then I can change your mind.
If you are already academic, I will help you to reach even higher.
I want everybody to have the benefits that an education can bring, from the qualifications and career you aspire to, through to the satisfying life and well-rounded personality that a life-long curiosity and exploration can help you to develop.
My 12 year old son is due to take a test on Monday in History. We always struggle to identify the main points to revise as there seem to be many. The eras he will be tested on is the Cycladic, Minoan and Mycenean civilisations. Is there a certain set of questions we can set about asking when reading history that will help us to extract main points on a general level and retain them for revision? Infact, any revision/study tips will be most welcomed.
Thank you for reading.
I often include this in my work, however for A-level English Literature I feel as if there could be a better and more formal way of saying this term. Does anyone know of any better ways of saying this? Thanks :)