I have a five years French degree in teaching languages and a three years degree in Spanish Language and Literature . I lived for 5 years in Spain. I also did my PGCE in 2002 and after completing the teaching period, decided it wasn't for me. I really like the privileged relationship the one-to-one tuition brings. I help the school students (GCSE, A Level, Baccalaureate etc.) to close the gap or excel in class, the adult to explore the language with all its diversity (structure and communication) and I also teach children with songs, enjoyable activities, it is also possible online.
Marie's last completed Spanish job with Tom: 1-2 Hours / Week - I can converse in basic Spanish at the moment and am looking to improve my grammar and understanding of the less formal constructs / language in the street
I am currently teaching English and Spanish in different companies, language schools and the most renowned tuition agencies in London on a freelance basis and occasionally working as cover supervisor in some schools. I am familiar and experienced with all GCSE and A-Level boards (Edexcel, OCR, AQA, iGGSE Cambridge, IB) and exams (DELE...)
I am flexible with my time. I understand how it feels to learn a language that is completely different from the one you are used to, so I can definitely empathize with your situation and create a learning environment that will hopefully make you feel more at ease.
I encourage students to solve their own problems by guiding them with leading questions as this reaffirms their understanding of the subject matter. This method allows them to apply the same knowledge to different questions as they answer a question using their own words rather than mine.
David's last completed
Spanish job with Alexandra:
Occasional - My daughter is studying GCSE
Spanish independently (extra subject) and I would like her to have some conversation practice. She is currently in year 10.
My experiences of tutoring in a school as well as teaching drama have taught me that people learn in different ways, and that it's important to be able to adopt a style of tutoring that works for your student. Not everyone gets everything the first time around (least of all me), but at the same time you don't want to spend ages on something you know you understand. As a tutor I am both patient and challenging, whichever is appropriate to the student and their circumstances.
Adham's last completed Spanish job with Aruna: - Jai has started spanish in year 8. He is doing ok for now.But he might benefit from an hourly lesson once in a fortnight. I would like to know the price for an hourly lesson
Adham's last review in Spanish from michelle: MYP Another excellent Spanish lesson.
Having been tutored myself in the past, I understand what being in a pupil's shoes is like. From there I then started tutoring after having developed a passion in education and learning. I have since tutored children as young as five to adults from a wide range of ages. This means that not only have I learnt how to adapt my teaching from individual to individual but also to adapt my level of tutoring based on age and/or past experience in the subjects that I tutor.
The last student I tutored on Spires achieved an A at A level French.
Elodie's last completed Spanish job with Suzanne: 1-2_HOURS - She would like to get an A but probably unrealistic at this stage - looking at her other subjects though she is certainly capable. Probably a B is a more realistic goal. She has dyslexia and dyspraxia and gets extra time in exams.
Through my tutoring experience, I have learned to be a personable teacher and mentor. I have taught English for two months in Rio de Janeiro at a charity school called Solar Meninos de Luz. In London, I have several years worth of experience teaching French, Spanish, Portuguese and English (all as foreign languages). I have prepared students for exams at OCR and Edexcel GCSE, as well as AQA A-Level and Cambridge Pre-U. I aim to make learning fun and interactive, and so I use technology such as graphic tablets as well as word games provided by Memrise.
My Modern Languages course at Oxford University has prepared me for tutoring. Having benefited from weekly face-to-face discussions with tutors, I appreciate the value of personalised tutoring and committing to ambitious exam and university entrance objectives.
Charlie's last completed Spanish job with Esme Wright: -
I have plenty experience tutoring online. I have been working as a tutor helping prepare students for different international exams in the past 6 years. I also work with the goals of each student individually and help them achieve their desire score.
Daniel's last completed Spanish job with Kate: Intensive - I need help in practising my Spanish oral exam (i.e. general conversation questions fluency, photocard and role play under timed conditions). Also, it would be very helpful for someone to mark my Spanish writing tasks. I am predicted a 7 (A) but really want an 8 (A*), but preferably a 9 (A**) as I want to do Spanish at A-Level. My exam board is AQA, and I am in Year 11, my GCSEs start in 5 weeks).
I have experience of helping people with languages of a variety of ages and standards for both oral and written examinations. Previous students of mine have been very pleased with their results and guidance received which is always tailored to your specific needs. I have done work experience in France and Austria to help gain a feel for the languages and hone fluency in oration as well as travelling extensively through Europe. I can offer more in depth instruction in German and Russian literature or at a more basic introductory level as well as language as they are my degree languages. I am very diligent and reliable.
I have years of experience both tutoring and mentoring young people, and am now working as a chemistry teacher, so I have access to useful resources, across KS3, 4 and 5. This means I can ensure the right support to help students truly understand the topic and get the best grade possible.
I have a BA in philosophy with first-class honours from the University of York, and an MA from the University of Birmingham. A number of my papers have been published, and I was previously an editor of a philosophical journal.
I have been teaching for over four years. I am reliable, dedicated and professional. I have an exceptional history of helping students achieve success.
I am a professionally trained, passionate philosopher. I believe in helping students to achieve highly whilst also imparting some of what makes philosophy a wonderful subject. Despite what some people think, you absolutely can maximise both simultaneously. Learning should be fun and rewarding, but still results driven.
I have excellent communicative and interpersonal skills. Philosophy is hard, we will look at things together that some of the greatest minds of the last two and a half thousand years have struggled to grapple with, so although I can never make it easy, I can certainly make it easier. I want to help you appreciate the satisfaction of understanding and working with something that was originally very challenging.
Daniel's last completed Spanish job with Colm: 1-2 Hours / Week - I struggle with tenses and listening to native speakers when they talk quickly
I have been teaching languages for more than 15 years long and always improving and getting new ways and methods to teach.
Luiz's last completed Spanish job with Kate: Intensive - I need help in practising my Spanish oral exam (i.e. general conversation questions fluency, photocard and role play under timed conditions). Also, it would be very helpful for someone to mark my Spanish writing tasks. I am predicted a 7 (A) but really want an 8 (A*), but preferably a 9 (A**) as I want to do Spanish at A-Level. My exam board is AQA, and I am in Year 11, my GCSEs start in 5 weeks).