Melbourne tutor in Creative Writing, English
Literature, Essay Writing, Reading
(11 student reviews)
'GIVE YOUR CHILD THE GIFT OF LEARNING' CURRENTLY TAKING STUDENTS FOR THE HOLIDAY PERIOD AND 2018.
My name is Dee, and I have five years tutoring and counselling experience, working mainly with VCE English students.
Bachelor of Arts (honours) from RMIT University (2013)
postgraduate degree in Playwrighting from NIDA (Sydney) (2013)
Masters in dramaturgy (theatre) from the victorian college of the arts (2015)
postgraduate certificate in adolescent counselling from Victoria university (2015)
(These credentials can be presented on request)
I am familiar with many texts on the year 7-12 high school syllabus for English and Literature.
I can offer the skills necessary to complete essays (formal/informal) and creative projects to do with novels,films, poetry,music and play texts.
Combining my vast repertoire and gentle approach, I encourage and guide my students to reach their academic goals.
Aside from my private weekly sessions with students, I also specialise in intensives, which are 3 hour blocks of essay practise and improvement. These workshops are run out of my home and are valued at $150.00. These intensives equip students with tools and structure to assist their essay writing and exam preparation.
Part of my approach is to be a sounding board for the pressures that my students face while growing up. I offer counselling services separately or combined with academic help in 1.5-2 hour weekly sessions.
I look forward to hearing from prospective students.
Creative context writing
I charge $55.00 dollars per hour, and travel to the western and northern
suburbs. I live in the inner west.
Apart from doing home visits, I also conduct lessons out of my home office in West
Please note, that ample notice is required for any cancellation of appointments, and
cancellations will incur the above fee, if done so at the last minute.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Joined TutorFinder on 28-Dec-2012 (updated profile on 04-Mar-2018)