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I use English as the prime way of communicating in my work both written and orally. I also write regular news articles and journals in English.
I did English at school and in my first year, for the whole year. Moreover, I am studying Law and Philosophy. Thus, I have a comprehensive understanding of the language and I am able to think analytically, critically and abstractly.
I passed English at second year university level with Distinction.
In my early high school years I struggled greatly with English - particularly with comprehension. I sought help and was tutored by very advanced English teachers, and have used this experience to positively influence my own teaching.
I was a tutor with Cape Peninsula University of Technology from 2011 in my second year until l finished my degree last year 2013.
I have extensive knowledge of the language, supplemented by my current University studies. I have a passion for English that is reflected in my willingness to teach the culture and the history behind the language alongside its academic value.
I am a learning support teacher. I work with individual as well as small groups of learners who struggle to bridge the gaps.
I have been tutoring languages since high school and went through high school with distinctions in English. I especially enjoy teaching literature and poetry. I am fully bi-lingual in both English and Afrikaans and enjoy tutoring languages.
I was 17th out of 7000 entrants in the 2014 English Olympiad. I am an excellent essay writer and I have received great results on the few Becoming a Professional essays I have written since arriving at UCT.
I studied English from kindergarten and I read storybooks, magazines and virtually everything that fell in my hands. I did English until grade 12 where I studied grammar and went into analysing deeper global issues.