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Degree: English (Bachelors) - Kings, London University
I am an English student at Kings College. My passion is reading, from novels, to plays to well-written articles, I love reading. Hopefully you will feel the same after our tutorials.
Through patience and encouragment I think immense growth can be achieved. I also love bringing the written work to life and have a silver medal in Drama from LAMDA. I am friendly and have worked with children and teens before on summer camps as a leader.
The emphasis will be on the texts of study and how to best analyse them, giving you useful tips on how to ensure your work gets the top grades by staying away from simple description. Essay structures will also be focused on as having a set formula to fit your work into will guarentee you achieve the most marks possible.
The session will be on what you want to cover and feel is important, I'm here to make sure you feel prepared for whatever the exam holds.
I am also more than happy to advise you on university applications for any subject (especially english!) The UCAS form is less daunting when tackled together!
|English||A Level||£20 /hr|
|English||13 Plus||£18 /hr|
|English||11 Plus||£18 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Jazib (Parent) November 30 2016
With unseen poetry you aren't expected to know the context so it is all about what you can see infront of you. First read the poem to see what it is talkimg about. Then look at the form of the poem, how it is set out, and see how it relates. Are the stanzas short or long, do they flow or are they broken? Finally always focus in on specific words and what the poet is trying to show you with these words, how we are supposed to feel when reading them, are they in the form of a methaphor or simile?
For an essay question I would set it out by the differnet points in the poem and then use the form and language of the poem to back uo each point I find.see more