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Goldsmiths University (Theatre)
King's Collage London (Master's)
Columbia University (PhD)
I have a Masters from King's College London and a degree in Theatre from Goldsmiths University. While studying for my Ph.D. at Columbia, I teach the core curriculum ‘Academic Writing’ course. This is designed to teach students the particular requirements necessary for academic writing. Over one semester, students write four different types of essay, each building on the skills gained from the last.
While I specialize in The Contemporary Essay genre, I can also provide themed readings for subjects such as Gender Studies, Human Rights, and Data Science. If the client wants to work on readings from previous or future classes I’m open to using them as well. Readings are normally 4-20 pages long and are read before the lesson. I also use PowerPoint presentations as part of my teaching methodology, which I am happy to share.
I'm originally from Edinburgh, however, I've spent time in South America, London and Paris. I've lived in New York for four years now. I love the city, as well as exploring and traveling the U.S.
I look forward to hearing from you. I have a Masters from King's College London and a degree in Theatre from Goldsmiths University. While studying for my Ph.D. at Columbia, I teach the core curriculum ‘Academic Writing’ course. This is designed to teach students the
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