Tash H. A Level Spanish tutor, GCSE English tutor, GCSE Latin tutor, ...

Tash H.

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Flexible Combined Honours (Latin and Spanish and Intermediate French) (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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About me

Acting as a Peer Mentor for Lower Sixth Spansih Grammar workshop gave me the opportunity to develop tips unique to each student's style of learning to help explain grammar, as well as giving me experience in helping them to hold sustained conversations in Spanish as key preparation for the oral with the teacher's guidance. I also strongly encourage regular vocabulary recaps and building links between students' languages to improve word retension, as this and strong grammar are crucial to performing well in oral and written exams. Currently, I act as a Peer Tutor for a Beginners' Latin student. Latin concepts are quite often fairly alien to new students, so require a very logical approach and a firm grasp of basic grammatical principles. This is something which I try to emphasise in my sessions by finding creative ways to explain the concepts and then practising them as reinforcement. Once a specific problem has been identified, my goal is to increase the student's confidence with the topic by improving their understanding and giving them coping stategies tailored to how they learn so that they can face this area calmly and with confidence should it come up in an exam.

Acting as a Peer Mentor for Lower Sixth Spansih Grammar workshop gave me the opportunity to develop tips unique to each student's style of learning to help explain grammar, as well as giving me experience in helping them to hold sustained conversations in Spanish as key preparation for the oral with the teacher's guidance. I also strongly encourage regular vocabulary recaps and building links between students' languages to improve word retension, as this and strong grammar are crucial to performing well in oral and written exams. Currently, I act as a Peer Tutor for a Beginners' Latin student. Latin concepts are quite often fairly alien to new students, so require a very logical approach and a firm grasp of basic grammatical principles. This is something which I try to emphasise in my sessions by finding creative ways to explain the concepts and then practising them as reinforcement. Once a specific problem has been identified, my goal is to increase the student's confidence with the topic by improving their understanding and giving them coping stategies tailored to how they learn so that they can face this area calmly and with confidence should it come up in an exam.

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About my sessions

I prepare for each session by asking the student about their strengths and weaknesses and the areas they wish to focus on. I then use this information to develop a learning plan individually tailored to each student with milestones such as regular quizzes and exercises to measure their progress. The structure of lessons varies according to their needs, but generally includes a warm up, grammar or translation exercises, a conversation of a debate on a thematically relevant topic and homework help or multimedia use. I think it is important to encourage learning not only because of its utility and wider relevance to the student, but also because of the satisfaction that learning new things and overcoming challenging areas engenders. In particular, I aim to encourage curiosity and creativity in my lessons by recognising that not every student learns and responds the same and incorporating this flexibility into my teaching.

I prepare for each session by asking the student about their strengths and weaknesses and the areas they wish to focus on. I then use this information to develop a learning plan individually tailored to each student with milestones such as regular quizzes and exercises to measure their progress. The structure of lessons varies according to their needs, but generally includes a warm up, grammar or translation exercises, a conversation of a debate on a thematically relevant topic and homework help or multimedia use. I think it is important to encourage learning not only because of its utility and wider relevance to the student, but also because of the satisfaction that learning new things and overcoming challenging areas engenders. In particular, I aim to encourage curiosity and creativity in my lessons by recognising that not every student learns and responds the same and incorporating this flexibility into my teaching.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
ChemistryA-level (A2)B
General StudiesA-level (A2)A
LatinA-level (A2)A
SpanishA-level (A2)A
Extended ProjectA-level (A2)A*

General Availability

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
LatinA Level£20 /hr
SpanishA Level£20 /hr
EnglishGCSE£18 /hr
LatinGCSE£18 /hr
SpanishGCSE£18 /hr

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