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professional online Literature tutor Serena
Classics and Ancient History The University of Manchester
I am a PhD researcher in Classics and a professional tutor in Latin, Ancient Greek, Italian, Ancient History, and Classical Civilisation.
5.0
33 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Alice
English BA (hons) First Class University of Birmingham
Fully qualified and experienced English teacher with excellent academic credentials (First Class Degree and PhD)
5.0
192 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Kirsten
2:1 MA Hons English Literature University of Edinburgh
Fully qualified teacher of English, with over 10 years' experience in the education sector. Tutoring and coaching for Key Stages 3-5 (ages 11-18). Experienced and successful in teaching both A-Level English Literature and Language and GCSE English Literature and Language. Former Sixth Form tutor with UCAS experience.
5.0
435 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Dr Steve
Doctorate University College London: Institute of Education; Postgraduate in Philosophy: Birkbeck College, University of London; MA in Design: UAL Central Saint Martins;
I have 24 years of experience in tutoring, supporting learners to achieve their goals. I have a strong knowledge of excellent academic practice, in particular, developing your understanding of the arguments, and sharpening your subject comprehension, critical thinking, and essay writing skills for examination and assessment. I convert complicated theories and paradigms into straightforward ideas, ... see more
5.0
4221 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Ellena
English University of Oxford
I'm an intellectually curious Oxford graduate and highly experienced tutor who loves reading, writing, and helping people tackle English exams and essay writing!
5.0
263 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Jude
PhD Bath Spa
Supportive and patient tutor with 25+ years of experience. Examiner for all major exam boards. PhD in English Literature (Literature/Philosophy/Cultural Studies/Animal Studies/Ecocriticism)
5.0
254 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Josh
Humanities, Education University of Edinburgh
International teacher of English, Business, Philosophy & Humanities, with a decade of experience teaching GCSE, A-Level and IB in international schools around the world. I am fully student-focused, with a history of success developing engaging and relevant classes to help students overcome their academic and study challenges. I believe in the values of patience and kindness in supportive academic ... see more
5.0
821 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Harry
Classics University of Oxford
Enthusiastic and attentive recent graduate with significant experience in tutoring, who has a far-reaching interest in all the humanities, but particularly theatre and classical culture, and who loves to encourage students to expand their knowledge and attain their goals.
5.0
70 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Lucy
Classics, Art Oxford
Experienced school Classics/Art/EPQ/English teacher and former marker. Practising artist. Languages, art and ancient history are my passions and I love to pass these on to my students in inspiring and engaging ways.
5.0
242 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Joe
Joe
History Merton College, University of Oxford
Recent GCSE and A Level student and graduate who has sat updated syllabuses and has direct experience of success in exams, which enabled a successful Oxford application aided by my passion for the subjects that I took at A Level that I would enjoy sharing with a prospective tutee.
5.0
85 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Rupert
Education, Neurodevelopmental Conditions, Archaeology Durham University
Postgraduate Certificate in Education - Keele University

Postgraduate Certificate in ADHD and Related Neurodevelopmental Conditons - New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling

European Mentoring and Coaching Council
5.0
355 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Bianca
Linguistics Oxford University
A secondary school English teacher and private tutor since 2008, I have experience of teaching a wide variety of English language, English literature, and TOK/Critical Thinking curricula (IBO, Edexcel, WJEC, AQA, CIE). I have also had experience of privately tutoring undergraduate and postgraduate students (including assistance with dissertations).
5.0
285 hours taught
professional online Literature tutor Rachel
Archaeology and History, Medieval History, PGCE Primary Education University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University
Experienced, compassionate and patient KS2 teacher with an academic background in History. I love bringing History to life, but also helping students find confidence and joy in learning.
4.9
27 hours taught
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Recent Literature Tutor Class Reviews From Our Students

Student Professional Tutor Date Subject Rating Comment
Alice 18 Jun 2020 Literature
Darren did Last Duchess analysis. He is very happy with the lesson with Alice.
Alice 04 Jun 2020 Literature
Darren said that he has learnt a lot in the hour lesson with Alice.
Alice 03 Jun 2020 Literature
Alice gave a detailed and comprehensive feedback on a piece of writing by Darren, which compared Exposure and Bayonet Charge. Alice explanations were logical, clear to read and informative. It was great that Alice told Darren what he did well and the next steps he needs to take to improve. She also gave suggestions on how to go about doing the improvements. Darren has been more motivated to write and this is all thanks to Alice. I am very happy with the service.

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Why study Literature?

Studying Literature offers graduates a wealth of job prospects. This is because graduates in literature are needed in a wide variety of careers, from editors, journalists, politicians, legal institutions, advertising agencies, to English professors. The study of literature is an intellectual challenge that many people find satisfying. Moreover, literature is a powerful tool in society that can often shape and influence our culture. 

A degree in literature is an excellent starting point for people who want to become writers or educators. You can pursue a career as a writer, professional reader, teacher, or professor after graduation. There are so many opportunities associated with this degree that it is the perfect choice for future professionals.

In literary studies, you will learn how to read and think about texts critically and analytically. Critical reading skills will allow you to gain insight into complex social and philosophical issues that surround us today. 

The world of literature is a dynamic and ever-changing one, always absorbing new ideas and influences. In this ever-evolving landscape, there are employment opportunities for anyone willing to work in any area of the industry. You never know where the next big success will come from. In fact, it could be you who takes the baton and writes something moving and magical. As long as there is imagination in humanity, there will be a need for people who study literature to teach society how to express emotions in the most decent way possible. 

What further university degrees is Literature useful for?

After your bachelor's degree in literature, you can pursue a number of opportunities for postgraduate studies. It all depends on what area of literature interests you the most. For example, if you want to become a writer yourself, you could pursue a master's in creative writing. 

There are also other specialised areas of interest, such as masters in Shakespeare and Renaissance Literary Culture. Some courses focus on the literature of particular ethnicities, such as Masters in Black British Literature or Masters in European Literature and Interculturalism. 

Interestingly, you can also do a Master's in Translation and Interpreting Studies. This will allow you to work alongside government officials or in international forums such as the UN or on the benches of the EU.

What careers can studying English Literature lead to?

Studying literature might seem as an academically oriented field, but in truth, literature majors are required in multiple fields across multiple careers. 

Here are some career options for those who major in literature: 

How does Literature help with Journalism

Studying literature not only expands your knowledge and understanding of the world but also gives you an appreciation for words and language. This will help you in journalism, as journalists need to understand complex texts in order to convey politically and grammatically correct messages. As a journalist, you will need an astute understanding of language in order to proofread articles and news stories or newspapers. The skills acquired through a literature degree are considered valuable assets for aspiring journalists, as they show that the person already knows how to think critically and communicate clearly. 

Studying literature is a great asset when it comes to interviewing and writing about people. By studying language, structure, rhetoric, etc. in an academic setting, you open yourself up to doing more than just one type of journalism. You can write investigative reports, political analysis, or commentary because you learned things like formal rhetorical analysis in your literature studies.

Studying literature will give you new ways of looking at the world that is perfect for journalism. You will acquire a more sophisticated understanding of dialogue, meaning, and tone that can help you analyse interactions between different parties.

This is why many famous journalists started their careers by studying English or journalism before moving into journalism. Even famous techies like Bill Gates studied English before revolutionising modern communication with Microsoft.

Does it matter if the online tutor is near me?

No, it doesn’t! It’s all done online whenever and wherever you are. All you have to do is pick your ideal mentor and speak to them to arrange the best time for you to have video lessons.It doesn’t matter at all if they are miles and miles (or kilometre and kilometre) away from you!

Who will my English literature tutor be?

This is all up to you. You have a huge choice. You can look through our member tutor profiles, check student reviews and bids, their qualifications and backgrounds, hourly rates, hours taught, other subject they teach - and even check out if they have many repeat students. 

Then, communicate with your favourites to see if they are right for your needs and learning style.

How many Literature tutors are available to give private lessons?

We currently have over 41 Literature Tutors with academic and professional experience specialising in a wide range of topics from GCSEs to postgraduate support, and everything in between.

How much do online Literature tutors cost per hour?

Tuition is priced according to level:

  1. School level: For Primary school, Secondary and Higher Education prices start at €25/hr
  2. University level: For Undergraduate and Postgraduate tuition, prices start at €35/hr
  3. Professional level: For Chartered Qualifications and Admissions Test tutoring, prices start at €45/hr.

How much are English literature lessons per hour in London?

The average tutor price per hr is £40/$53/€45 per hour depending on a teachers’ experience and students’ level of study. This is higher than other areas in the UK due to the increased living costs that come with London life.

Can I get GCSE Literature lessons help?

Yes, you can! We have a huge selection of professionals with GCSE tutoring experience with a background in AQA, CCEA, OCR, Edexcel and other awarding bodies.

Can I book a GCSE level tutor?

Yes, you can! We have a huge selection of professional Literature tutors with primary and secondary school experience. All you need to do is login and send a message, and arrange your first video call. If they fit all your specifications and needs, go ahead and book your first lesson.

Do your tutors offer A-level tutoring?

Yes, they do! We have a huge selection of Literature teachers with A-level experience with a background in AQA, CCEA, OCR, Edexcel and other awarding bodies. Just use the filter to look for A-Level tutors and feel free to message the ones you like to ask if they provide the help that you need before scheduling a lesson.




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