My love for teaching/tutoring has a lot to do with the fact that I was always responsible for helping out with my younger brothers' homework and exam revision. Whilst juggling my academic commitments, I teach English part-time every Saturday. I'm very patient and dedicated. I genuinely believe that every student is capable of amazing academic achievement; all they need is someone willing to devote enough time, effort and energy in bringing out each student's individual brilliance! I'll start with covering the basics of a topic and progress to more complex scenarios. Students are encouraged to ask questions throughout the lesson. There'll be summing-up session to recap what was covered that day and homework will be set. Progress is measured by way of mini-tests. Outside university and work, my chief pleasure in life is settling down with a good book. I've always been a bookworm and regret not having enough time to peruse my beloved books.
|Queen Mary, University of London||LLM in Medical Law||LLM|
|The University of Law||Bar Professional Training Course||BPTC|
|The University of Manchester||LLB (Hons.) Law with Criminology||LLB|
I have been an English tutor since September upon successfully completing my Bar examinations. I currently teach a range of age groups: Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3 and GCSE. My students come from a variety of ethnic, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds and are highly individualistic, meaning that sometimes I have to adopt different teaching methods to suit their learning styles. A few of my students are not native English speakers so I often give them one-to-one support in dissecting complex words and phrases and working on their essay writing techniques. My KS2 class responds well to debates and presentations, so I often get them to debate or present a specific topic as a group, which also helps hone their public speaking skills.