I have been teaching secondary English for five years now and have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity private tuition has given me to make a difference to students on a more personalised level. Whilst studying for a masters degree, I am continuing to develop my career in Education through teaching engaging and challenging English lessons and working as an examiner for Pearson. Private tuition continues to be a huge part of my passion for teaching English Language and Literature at KS3, KS4 and KS5 Level. On top of this, I have also been involved in a number of international Educational research projects which share and develop effective teaching and learning strategies with teachers in European countries, India and Uganda.
University College London (UCL)
MA Gender, Society and Representation - Ongoing
2016 - 2018
Canterbury Christ Church University
PGCE 11-18 English - Distinction
2013 - 2014
University of Portsmouth
BA (Hons) English Literature and Language - 2:1
2010 - 2013
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Explode the quotation “you’re not the sort of father a chap can go to” consider the language Eric uses and what the quotation indicates about responsibility?
Here’s some ideas to get you started: The noun ‘sort’ in the phrase ‘sort of father‘ highlights that capitalists (such as Birling) don’t make good f...
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How do you increase your chances of getting into a top class university?
Top class universities are looking for students who go above and beyond academic achievement. They want students who: 1) Are active members of their...
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How can you develop a GCSE English literature response from a 5/6 to a 7 or higher?
For English Literature grade 7 and higher, you need to be doing the following: - choose the best points and evidence to answer the question (not jus...
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