Upper Primary English Tutor

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Upper Primary English Instructor

I have taught at primary school level for two and a half years and in those years, I presented pupils for the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint English as a Second Language and the pupils excelled in it. On the two ocassions, the range of their results is 5.0, 5.5. 5.9. and 6.0. 

I teach with an uncommon passion and make my lessons very exciting, interactive and enriching. I inspire all my learners to dream big and work towards achieving their dreams. I have mentored so many young learners, who are currently doing well in different schools, within and outside Nigeria.

I use apt instructional aids and adopt stimulating activities, with relevant materials, to ensure students learn and comprehend well. I always endeavor to create a very positive environment for every student to learn in and I play, at different times, multifarious roles: a counselor, a mentor, a life coach, a confidant, a surrogate parent, etc.

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I am a teacher of English and Literature in English, both of which I have taught excellently for over ten years, at different levels (Primaries 5 & 6; J.S.S 1-3; S.S.S 1-3; Post-secondary & A-Levels). I am a skilled and meticulous instructor for SAT and IELTS. I am also a consultant on matters related to English Language and Literature (in English) teaching.

For me, teaching started as a hobby, sometime in 2002, but it grew to become an unquenchable ‘addiction’. I obtained my two degrees (B.A and M.A) in English, from LASU and the University of Ibadan, respectively. I later did a postgraduate diploma in education (PGDE), to professionalize my teaching passion. Undergoing these three programmed exposed me to the culture of rigorous reading and researching. This explains why, in all my years as a teacher, I have always made it a duty for every student of mine to embark on researching, individually and collectively.



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