£25 per hour
I'm Terrie and I am a qualified, experienced English tutor. More importantly, I love tutoring and love working with young people.
Currently, I am concentrating on tutoring GCSE English Language. This is because I am finding that a lot of students, of all abilities, are underachieving in this subject.
I passionately believe that a positive attitude from the tutor helps students to believe in themselves. During lessons I work on building up both self-confidence and self-esteem. I empower students to think independently and to problem solve, and ensure that they know exactly what questions to expect in the exam and how to answer them! This knowledge and understanding helps them to develop a “can do” attitude - leading to improved grades and, in most cases... more enthusiasm for the subject!
I look forward to meeting you online.
• 2000+ hours of tutoring experience, including regular online tutoring. • B.A. Honours in General Studies. English, French, American Studies. – University of Manchester • Further Education Teachers’ Certificate • Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English Language to Adults (CELTA) • GCSE: 99% targets achieved. • Current DBS check. • Personal statements. 100% acceptance. (Medicine, Law, Teaching, Nutrition)
In the Eduqas GCSE - Paper 2 Writing section - there are 2 questions asking students to write persuasively - eg. in the form of a letter, article, report, review. I can't find a list of what these forms could be - does anyone have any idea if there could be other forms, apart from the ones above? Or if there is a definite list of what might come up? Thank you
Many exam boards ask a question about how a writer structures a text to engage the interest of the reader. What do they actually mean by the term 'structure'? Does this demand writing about more than paragraphs? What do you think? How would you define structure?