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Name:Parveen
Member Since:14/08/2011
Last Login:14/08/2011
Location:Birmingham, Westmidlands
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and positive encouragement. It has bought to focus for me that this sense of reward is far greater than the challenges that come with teaching. As a tutor I have taught my student’s using various learning techniques. For example; if my students are studying a poem, I will bring that poem to life through studying and analyzing the poem in a very creative manner which will make the whole learning experience a lot more fun. I will help my students understand the poem through analyzing the poem using various methods of; mind maps, role plays, dramatizing the poem, analyzing the different themes, annotating the poem using a method of colour co-ordination for different literary and linguistic aspects of the poem. Through the use of creative learning methods I am confident that I will be able to let English inspire my pupils.

Availability: available anytime

Willing to travel: 10 miles

Experience: 5/1/2011- till present day

KS4 English Teacher

Birchfield Independent Girls School
30 Beacon Hill
Aston, Birmingham, West Midlands B6 6JU
[contact detail removed]

• Teaching KS4- covering the OCR syllabus.
• Preparing students for their GCSE exams.
• Covering elements of controlled assessment.

3/10/2009- till present day

Private Tutoring to Primary and Secondary School children:

• Working with children from different age ranges helping them with their English and Math’s.
• Providing a private tutoring service to children in my local area aiding them in their school work.


8/06/2009- 17/07/2009

Student Associate Scheme (SAS).
Newman University.
Waverly Secondary School,
Hob Moor Road,
Small Heath,
Birmingham,
B10 9BT.

• Worked closely within the English department- attended different English lessons, staff meetings, faculty meetings, took part in departmental duties, etc.
• Shadowing English teachers: this provided me with great insight into how teachers plan their lessons and the different teaching methods they use to deliver their lesson effectively.
• Focused on how they deliver lessons, what techniques they use, and what is covered in the English curriculum.
• Had the opportunity to plan and deliver my own lesson on Poems from other Cultures which is a core part of the GCSE English Literature and Language Paper.

5/01/2009- 23/02/2009

Silver Lining Tutoring Scheme.
Waverly Secondary School,
Hob Moor Road,
Small Heath,
Birmingham,
B10 9BT.

• Required me to tutor Yr 10 and Yr 11 students, concentrating closely on their English Literature and Language syllabus.
• Helping Yr 11 students to prepare for their GCSE exams.
• Focusing on how to plan an exam essay.
• How to brainstorm ideas using different methods.
• Focused on different themes, poetic devices, language and layout and how all this helps in conveying the purpose/message of the different poems/texts.

4/06/2007- 6/07/2007:

Student Associate Scheme (SAS).
Birmingham Central University,
Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School,
Oakley Road,
Small Heath,
Birmingham,
B10 0AX.

• Working closely within the English department.
• Shadowing English teachers
• Focusing on how they deliver lessons, what techniques they use, and what is covered in the English curriculum.
• Had the opportunity to plan and deliver my own lesson on promoting Higher Education.
• Worked closely with SEN students, helping them focus on what they found difficult i.e. reading, spelling, Math’s, etc.

10/10/2006- 10/04/2007:

Secondary School Mentoring.
Aston University,
Aston Triangle,
Birmingham,
B4 7ET.

• Worked with four sixth formers, helped them with their English Literature A Level work.
• Focused on how to concentrate closely on key aspects of a text; character, theme, imagery, etc.
• Helped them construct a revision plan, to structure and plan their revision time productively.
• Set each one achievable goals that would help them attain good results.

9/07/2007- 20/07/2007:

Gifted and Talented Summer School 2007.
Small Heath School,
Muntz Street,
Small Heath,
Birmingham,
B10 9RX.

• Worked with students from Yr 9, 10, and 11.
• Theme of the summer school was based on: ‘The Big Bang’.
• Worked with the students to produce a production based on their own interpretation of the ‘The Big Bang’ theory.
• Motivated students realize their full potential.
• Set students goals to achieve at end of the two weeks.

10/07/2006- 21/07/2006:

Gifted and Talented Summer School 2006.
Small Heath School,
Muntz Street,
Small Heath,
Birmingham,
B10 9RX.

• Worked with students from Yr 9, 10, and 11.
• Theme of the summer school was based on: ‘The Loss of Innocence’.
• Worked with the students to produce a production based on their own interpretation of ‘The Loss of Innocence’ theme.
• Motivated some students realize their full potential.
• Set students goals to achieve at end of the two weeks.

Qualifications: Education and Qualifications:

2006- 2009: Aston University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET.
School of Languages and Social Sciences
Politics and English Language (Bsc): Upper Second Class 2:1

2004-2006: Small Heath Sixth Form College, Muntz Street, Small Heath,
Birmingham, B10 9RX.

A Level:
Art (A)
English Literature (D)
Textiles (B)

1999-2004: Small Heath School, Muntz Street, Small Heath, Birmingham, B10 9RX

GCSE:
English Literature (B)
English Language (B)
English Speaking and Listening (A)
Math’s (C)
Science Double Award (DD)
French (C)
Expressive Arts (A*)
Textiles (C)
P.E. (C)
Religious Studies (C)
History (D).

DBS (CRB) Check: Yes

Has References: Yes

Will Tutor Online: No

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