Art classes Newcastle upon Tyne [Art Workshops]
SUMMER SCHOOL 2014

Art classes Newcastle upon Tyne


Teaching Experience:

I specialise in teaching 3-16 year olds English reading, writing and conversation.

Preschool - I am currently teaching a 3 year old boy and a 3 year girl the first stages of reading and writing.

Year 1- I teach reading, writing and conversation to a 5 year old boy.

Year 2 - I am preparing a 7 year old boy for his key stage 1 exams.

Year 6 - I prepared an 11 year old boy for this Key Stage 2 exams, by studying past papers and teaching him successful exam techniques.

Year 7 - 2 mixed ability classes, where I taught the poem 'Boewulf' and the play, 'Smith'. I also taught a creative writing module.

12 year old student - I prepared this tutee for her 12+ grammar school exam. This student was consequently offered a place at the grammar school of her choice.

Year 8 - 2 top set classes, where I taught advertising, Shakespeare and poetry modules.

Year 9 - 1 lower set and 1 top set class, where I prepared students for the Shakespeare, Reading and Writing SATs papers.

Year 10 - 1 middle set group - 'Romeo and Juliet' GCSE coursework.

Two adult ESOL tutees - I taught them English grammar and conversation.


Tutoring Approach:

I am a patient tutor, who has high expectations and always gets the best out of her pupils, so they progress to achieve their full potential. I love talking about language and Shakespeare, and this passion for English is evident in my tutoring lessons. Similarly, I am fascinated by history and historical events and this interest comes across in my teaching. Overall, I am an enthusiastic, gentle and caring tutor, who helps students become confident about the subject they are studying. I am also ambitious for my students and push them to tackle challenging tasks to become more intelligent individuals. I tutor adults and children, so I am flexible in my approach and easy to talk to.

 

Glassblowing Demos and Classes - Sunday 12-5pm

by eNOS03

Please join us at UrbanGlass for the Glass Menagerie Open House.
Sunday, May 23, 2004 (12 noon to 5 pm)
Take a free tour of the studio (12 noon, 1, 2, 3 and 4 pm)
Watch casting demonstrations (noon to 3)
Watch hot-sculpted animal demonstrations (3 to 5)
View an exhibition – Illuminating Surfaces: Bisazza and the Art of Mosaic
Try your hand at glassworking in a workshop -make your own:
Hot-Sculpted Animal (Noon to 2, $25/ half hour session)
Paperweight (Noon to 2, $50/ half hour session)
Lampworked Beads ($25/ half hour session)
or, decorate a glass for Sandblasting ($15/ each)
Sign up for a Summer weekend or week-long intensive during the Open House, receive a 10% discount
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Ulan Press Catalogue of Books On the Useful Arts (Class 600 of Dewey's Decimal Classification) in the Central Library
Book (Ulan Press)

Sedalia Center celebrating 25th anniversary this weekend  — Lynchburg News and Advance
True to Annis' intentions, the Sedalia Center opened by offering art classes and workshops involving some form of the arts.

Chandler Photographer David Miller: 100 Creatives  — Phoenix New Times
While the Chandler-based photographer teaches adult photography, art classes, and workshops at the recreation departments of both the City of Chandler and the City of Tempe, Jerry's Artarama in Tempe, and Art Intersection in Gilbert, in addition to ..

Living in these Bodies Exhibit Part II opens at Waterfall Arts, Aug. 1  — PenBayPilot.com
Both Living in these Bodies Part I and II are generously sponsored by Revision Energy, Coyote Moon, City Drawers and Seahorse Stables; media sponsor is WERU.


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