Tutor: Elizabeth Nicholls
Are you looking for an English tutor? I can help!
English Tutoring classes will suit children, adolescence and adults who:
Would like one-on-one or group tuition for their school English homework or assignments.
Struggle with competency or confidence in English and need tasks modified and to receive lots of support.
Excel in English and would like accelerated tasks to extend their learning.
Looking to apply for scholarships or select entry schools or accelerated learning programs.
Are new to Australia and would like to learn English, to help them with their studies (school or university), apply for Permanent Residency (preparation for English exam), seek employment, assist them in the workforce by improving their developing English. Group Tutoring in EAL/ESL offered in nearby workplaces (Bayswater area only).
English is a fantastic language to learn. Reading, writing and speaking regularly is very important in an individual’s learning.
Learning options available:
Mainstream English Tutoring (Year Foundation to Year 10), EAL, ESL, TOEFL, PTE, IELTS, LANTITE.
Children, Adolescence and Adult English Tutoring (including students new to Australia) who need assistance in their English skills at TAFE, university (including LANTITE exams), in the workforce or with applying for PR (EAL, ESL, TOEFL, PTE, IELTS exam preparation).
Spelling, grammar and reading comprehension including NAPLAN preparation, Entrance or Finishing Exams, Select Entry Schools, Scholarship Programs
Writing including creative writing, essays, analytics, use of word publishing programs
Oral presentation skills, including public speaking.
Elizabeth’s quick tips as you learn English:
- Read regularly. Texts can be in the form of a novel, encyclopaedia, newspaper, magazine. Reading exposes readers to a wide range of vocabulary and grammar and models excellent writing techniques. You also can learn alot about the world.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” (Dr Seuss)
2. Write regularly. Writing can be in the form of a journal, blog or creative writing (narratives, poetry). Writing allows you to practise writing skills learnt. It is also an invaluable opportunity to explore writing styles and express thoughts, opinions and ideas.
3. Speak regularly. Preparing for an upcoming oral presentation or speech in front of an audience can be daunting. Remember to practise regularly in front of family, friends, your mirror, your video camera. The more you practise, the more confident and more prepared and capable you will become! Get involved in activities in your life where public speaking occurs frequently or naturally. E.g. Join a debating team, lead a hobby group, share your reading or writing with others.
4. Listen regularly. Listen to audio books, TED Talks, educational YouTube clips, English apps, in particular, conversational apps.
5. Visit the library regularly. Libraries are fantastic resource hubs! You can read and borrow books etc. You can also join a library reading group. Libraries often run school holiday programs.
6. Play an English app. If you own an iPad or tablet, browse the Apple App. or Google Play Store. There are many educational apps. that can be used: grammar, spelling, conversation, etc. They are fun and educational, which are designed to support your learning of English.