£15 per hour
As a qualified English Teacher, I am working in a high school teaching students from Year 7 to Year 13. I teach the English Curriculum to a high standard so that all students are receiving outstanding teaching.
Progress, practise and pride is what I always promote. I work on all types of students, and I am always determined in giving my utmost efforts.
I have seven years of experience in teaching and three years of teaching in schools. Having an English degree from UCL and a masters degree with a PGCE, I am a qualified teacher with the status to teach.
As a specialist, I would be able to help you to improve your skills in English, and teach you what you need to progress and become more affluent. My sessions would tailor your needs, and it would undoubtedly be of high standards.
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?