Currently unavailable: for regular students
Degree: Psychology (Bachelors) - York University
I am currently majoring in BSc Psychology at The University of York. I volunteer at the Nursery and write reviews for one of the University's valued arts magazines. For years, I had spent most of my time in Math classes; with my mother being a Math teacher, I had learned to love formulas and equations. I have tutored in Mathematics, English and Biology for two years.
In the sessions, I will discuss topics that your child has learned in the week prior to the session. We will then discuss any difficulty that your child has experienced in this subject. With this knowledge, I will create practise questions for them to answer and review with me in order to improve the difficulty. If your child is not experiencing any difficulty in a topic, I will review their syllabus to ensure that all of their knowledge is up to scratch. At the end of the session, I will sometimes set homework to be marked and review at the beginning of the next session.
I'm kind, patient and friendly. I will adapt to your child's personality to form my tutoring style with them. I truly believe that the key to a child's education is the confidence in the belief that they are capable of achieving their desired grade in any particular subject. With this confidence, they will then be able to learn with more ease without putting a lot of pressure on themselves.
|Maths||13 Plus||£18 /hr|
|Maths||11 Plus||£18 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Nii Narh (Student) November 28 2016
Everything you do in English should be carried out in stages to ensure that you've done it all thoroughly.
First, when analysing an image, you need to look at the colours. Dark colours tend to represent mourning or at least create a depressive mood. On the other hand, bright colours represent pleasantness. A contrast between light and dark colours msy represent confusion or tension between two sides.
Secondly, levels need to be analysed. For example, if there are two people in an image and one is higher or more in central view than the other, the illustrator/photographer is likely trying ot convey that the central person is superior or more powerful than the other.
Thirdly, You need to look at facial expressions of the characters in the image and the positions between them, If two characters are standing closely together, with smiles on their facces, they could have a good relationship.Whereas, two characters standing closely with frowns on their faces are unlikely to be in love.
Finally, You must look at the background of the image; this is likely to give the audience insight into the scene of the story. Through analysis of the weather, buildings or simple objects in the background of the image; you will be able to find the time and place that the image was set.
You must always analyse an image with the question in mind "what is the creator of this image trying to convey?". Every image that you will analyse in English will give insight to a story, your aim in a task like this is to write about how the illustrator/photographer goes about telling this story.see more