Every student is different and every student has different requirements. It is the responsibility of the tutor to tailor lessons and tuition accordingly. If there is one method of learning that works for one student it may not work for another. I believe that it is my job as a tutor to personalise learning as much as possible, catering to each student’s respective needs. Especially with language acquisition, methods can be somewhat dull and tailoring learning to specific interests is a useful way to engage students when tackling the more intricate and problematic aspects of grammar and syntax in a foreign language.
Tutoring since 2014, focussing on GCSE Oral exams in Spanish and French (AQA) as well as GCSE English.I have also taught English to Arabic-speaking refugees and organised Arabic oral clubs for struggling undergraduates.
University of Oxford, Pembroke College;
BAHons Oriental Studies (Arabic and Islamic Studies with Hebrew) ii.1 with Oral Distinction
University College School;
A-Levels - English (A*), French (A), Spanish (A)
GCSE’s - 8 A*’s (Maths, English Literature, English Language, History, Latin, French, Spanish, Drama) 2A’s (Biology, Business Studies)
Awarded the Prize for ‘Outstanding Achievement in English Literature’ at Secondary School
Elliott was a really friendly and engaging tutor who helped me to gain confidence for my Spanish oral GCSE. He always gave me interesting topics to think and talk about and the preparation we did together helped me to get an A*. - Talia
I am a polyglot! I speak English, Arabic, French, Spanish, Hebrew and Farsi.