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Learning and teaching are one same shared journey

The journey to any learning starts with the desire to know more, and the will to acquire new...
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Students already have the tools for their success

Language, languages, linguistics, and sociolinguistics are fascinating subjects. Yet they cover...
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Review Of A Linguistics Paper

Review of the paper Teaching and researching very young learners: “They are unpredictable” The...

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    I have taught English and Study Skills at University College, London for 6 years, and for many years before that at other leading universities and colleges. I am a calm, committed teacher and enjoy helping students to achieve their individual goals.
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    Revision for Xmas (mocks and uni exams) 2016-2017 for Linguistics, Spanish, French and Italian. Latin (to CE) and University essays/research (Humanities, Linguistics and Romance Languages).
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    My whole aim with teaching is to make the experience as enjoyable and beneficial as possible. I am happy to stick to the constraints of examination preparation, but I find that it is a lot better to explore all and any aspects of language as they come up. Knowing those quirky facts or suddenly recognising what was strange about Christmas giftwrap in a French shop brings language alive, and with that, you'll get so much more out of learning than maybe you thought!
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    I'm a native speaker of English with extensive experience as an IELTS Specialist. I have taught various levels of General English (from Beginner to Advanced) for a number of years, as well as other exam preparation courses such as the FCE and CAE.
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  • Learning and teaching are one same shared journey Editor's Pick

    Dr Seraphin Linguistics Tutor (West Central London) Picture The journey to any learning starts with the desire to know more, and the will to acquire new skills and to learn new values. But the difference in the learning journey from all other journeys is that the destination starts right from the beginning and never ends. In other words, there is no real...
  • Review Of A Linguistics Paper

    Linguistics Tutor (Oxford) Picture Review of the paper Teaching and researching very young learners: “They are unpredictable” The paper Teaching and researching very young learners: “They are unpredictable”, which constitutes the third chapter of the book Teaching modern languages to young learners: teachers, curricula and...
  • Students already have the tools for their success

    Dr Seraphin Linguistics Tutor (West Central London) Picture Language, languages, linguistics, and sociolinguistics are fascinating subjects. Yet they cover the most shared commodity we all have: language as a human skill, and languages as social and cultural systems of communication and of expression. But sometimes, students tend to forget that they...