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Degree: Communication and Media Studies (Bachelors) - Liverpool University
Hi! I'm Charlotte a third year Communication and Media Studies student at the University of Liverpool. I have always had a passion for English and all things books and look forward to sharing my passion with you.
I am a very kind and patient person and have some experience in teaching from work experience at local primary schools. Also, I used to volunteer at my riding school helping teach younger children how to ride horses.
I enjoy learning and think that the best way to learn is to have fun! So I intend to make my lessons fun.
I know that sometimes as a child asking questions in class can seem daunting so I aim to create a space where students can ask me any questions they feel they can't in a class setting.
It is my aim to create interesting and interactive tutorials tailored to each individual child's needs and wishes. I am also happy to discuss what learning style best suits you so that I can ensure my lessons are engaging. If required I would be happy to set you homework and mark it, however I know that often the work you get from school is enough so I will only do this if you want me to!
|Media Studies||A Level||£20 /hr|
|English Language||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|English Literature||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|Media Studies||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|English||13 Plus||£18 /hr|
|English||11 Plus||£18 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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First we will discuss the key terms used in a close analysis such as, metaphor, personification, similie, alliteration, etc.
Then we will practice finding these in texts such as novels and poems. Once identified we will discuss the meanings and implications that the author has tried to create through using these techniques.see more
CROSS-MEDIA is a media outlet that is present on multiple media platforms. For example, Sky News is a cross-media broadcaster as it has a TV show, and online website, social media and apps that all work simultaneously to create Sky News.
This is sound that is inside the world of the media text. It is 'real' sounds that are occuring inside the 'real' world of the media text. Examples of this would be cars driving past in a scene featured on the road.
This is sound that is added in on top of the media text. It is 'non-real' sound that occurs outside of the 'real' world of the media text. An example of this is the external music not featured in the world of the text that is added in during the editing process.see more