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English Tutor in Toronto

If you are seeking an English tutor in Toronto, you came to the right place! In Queen Elizabeth Academy we provide high quality English tutoring programs for students who are attending high school and elementary school.

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Build your English foundation skills - in writing, reading and critical analysis - in our private one-on-one tutoring programs. Our English tutoring program in Toronto are conducted by our English team, composing of experienced tutors who are specialized in English literature.

 
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QEA’s approaches of tutoring English



Diana J.
Diana is a PhD candidate, English literature, York University. She has 6 years of teaching experience to university and high school level students.

Our English students have
achieved outstanding success



Paige M.
Admitted to Queen’s University student alumni of QEA enrolled in QEA Englsih 12 private credit course


Kristen C.
Admitted to University of Waterloo student alumni of QEA enrolled in QEA Englsih 12 private credit course
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High
School
English
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in Toronto

English is the most important subject in high school, since all university admissions require a good English grade.  Achieving excellence in English in high school and in elementary school requires diverse skills like reading comprehension, which involves the ability to extract key information effectively, essay writing, which involves the ability to express the student’s thought effectively, and critical analysis, which involves being able to delve below the story to analyze characters, themes, and passages.

The QEA English tutoring program focuses on building 3 key skills:  reading, writing, and critical analysis.   We aim to develop these 3 skill sets with our English students by working through their English curriculum in school.  In teaching English essay writing, for example, we teach our students how to develop essay introductions that can grab the attention of the audience, how to construct a concise and powerful thesis, and how to build arguments around the quotations from their Shakespeare plays or novels.

 

Common challenges that most students face in English:

1. Students write the way they write a text message.

Students nowadays are accustomed to writing short messages on their phones.  The problem is that these messages have no proper grammatical structure, which becomes a habit and a reflection of their poor English writing.  QEA first disciplines the students into using proper English structure and grammar, and then helps them to develop their writing skills in a step by step approach that involves brainstorming, outlining, and revising.

2. Students are too vague in critical analysis. They get penalized for marks

Often in high school English essays, students only state the plot of the story and neglect the in-depth analysis, which always leads to mark deduction. The student needs to go deep beyond the story; they need to tie their argument to a character or theme.  This portion accounts for a large portion of marks as students progress into senior English courses.

3. Students cannot grasp the key theme and information of a story or poem

Reading comprehension is a critical part of English. Through reading, students are expected to grasp the key information quickly. This is an important skill to develop in English. One key strategy is to ask a series of questions beforehand, such as: “What is the author trying to convey in this chapter?” When doing this, the student should have a plan in mind before reading, which will improve the effectiveness of their reading comprehension.

The QEA English tutoring program is one-on-one, private tutoring.

We build the student’s skills in reading, writing, and critical analysis while working through the student’s course curriculum.

English Tutoring Programs in Toronto

Elementary English Writing Class

Grade 9 English tutoring

English 10 tutoring

English 11 tutoring Toronto

ENG4U course

We also offer the following courses

MHF4U Advanced Funtions course

Advanced Functions, MHF4U is an important course for university admission and preparing for Calculus.

MCV4U Calculus course

Calculus, MCV4U, is a main course for students applying for engineering, commerce and science for university. It builds an important foundation for first year.

MCR3U Math 11 course

Math 11, MCR3U, is an important foundation course leading up to Grade 12 Math. Students learn key skills such as graphing and algebra in this course.

SCH4U Chemistry 12 course

Chemistry 12, SCH4U, is critical for students applying to pre-med, chemistry or engineering. It is one of the toughest high school courses with complex application, situation based problems.

SCH3U Chemistry 11 course

Chemistry 11, SCH3U, is an important foundation course for grade 12 chemistry. The challenge for this course is that it combines concepts with math calculations.

SPH4U Physics 12 course

Physics 12, SPH4U, is a critical course for students applying to engineering for university. The key challenges are the abstract concepts and complicated application problems.

SPH3U Physics 11 course

Physics 11, SPH3U, is foundation course for physics 12. Students found physics 11 challenging because of the nature of the word problems and problem solving techniques they have to master.

The Queen Elizabeth Standard on Academic Excellence

Queen Elizabeth Academy has a strong tradition of providing high quality education to our students. Our students have achieved academic excellence. Many of our students were admitted to top universities with scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $23,000. Queen Elizabeth students alumni had built strong foundation, which had helped them to pursue their path in universities. Our students alumni had entered top medical schools, pursue in their Masters and PhD, and were employed by top Bay St. firms and global companies.

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How much do English tutor charge?

What does an English tutor do?

We teach essay writing and critical analysis, the key components in high school English. For our high school students, we review what they do, and their assignments from school, and guide them through the writing process.

For our elementary English Writing Class, we teach sentence structure, how to write a paragraph, and work towards essay writing for our grade 8 students

What does English tutoring cover?

For high school students, we will focus on your school work and assignments / essays. We will also teach you foundation skills such as essay writing and critical thinking.

How much does a tutor cost per hour in Ontario?

Our rates are very competitive and reasonable. The most important thing is, we deliver high quality value to our students, where they will learn foundation skills and keeping up with school work. We provide a package, including lesson based tutoring, going over your assignments and providing you with writing practice.

How do I become an English tutor in Canada?

Contact Queen Elizabeth Academy. vwleeft4@gmail.com. We only select the best with English literature major.

How much do English tutors charge?

At QEA, our rates are very competitive for English Tutors, and we offer a lot of values on the rate we charge. We bring out the best in our students with our programs. Our tutors are their guides to academic success.

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Congratulations to Stephanie L., who ranked Top 15 in Canada selected by University Hub.

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Congratulations to our students who were admitted to their top choice university (Queens, Wilfred Laurier, McGill etc.).  Our students obtained scholarships from $2,000 to $23,000
Jeff R. Queen’s Commerce
Paul M. Queen’s Engineering
Melissa W. Western Ivey
Taylor W. Western Medical Science
Josh M. OCAD
Miranda D. Wilfred Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Colin H. Queen’s Commerce
Stephanie L. Queen’s Commerce
Jeremy R. Western Ivey
Robbie M. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Eric M. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Jiv S. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Coop)
Vivian T. U of T Rotman
Stacy L. Western Engineering
Laura P. Western Medical Science
David P. U of T Rotman
Britney R. Wilfred Laurier BBA (Co-op)
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Jerry T.
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Sebastian G., a grade 12 student admitted to McGill University
Matt B., a grade 12 student admitted to Laurier Business
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English Tutoring
on Reading Comprehension

Strategies to enhance reading comprehension skills

When reading a short story, novel or any English text move from the interpretation and understanding of a story to looking for the elements of a story. This can be done by looking at the major events in the English text and connecting them back to developing themes that you see are reoccurring. For example, if a character acts a certain way more than once, question the reason for it and how it affects the overall theme. Questioning when reading is important as it motivates you to critically think why a certain event has happened, why the character has acted a particular way and how does this all reflect the theme of the story. 

Another key strategy is to be a proactive reader.  To be a proactive does not simply mean to read the text, but to be aware of unfamiliar vocabulary, marking major events and being able to summarize.  Also, do not hesitate to reread when needed as your understanding and overall comprehension can change for the better the second time.

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English Tutoring
on Writing

Strategies to enhance writing skills

To improve your writing skills in English it is important to understand that teachers look for clarity, flow and effective communication. To assist your flow when essay writing use effective transition words such as: additionally, furthermore, overall, in addition, etc… An English essay that flows is important as it shows your English writing skills and sentence formulation. Each sentence should lead to the next for better communication of ideas, points and arguments.

Before starting an English essay it is essential for you to plan and draft your ideas and thoughts in an outline. Outlines and graphic organizers are always helpful for visioning the construction of your arguments and making sure you are conveying your points clearly. Also, make sure you have well researched your standpoint before starting an English essay. Researching and gathering evidence improves your writing ability when creating points and developing your thesis.

Be aware of your writing style and ways you can improve issues such as: run-on sentences, language, differences in points, and clichés. Knowing your strengths in writing is important; however realizing your weaknesses is critical. A good writer is proactive in improving and learning to be a better writer.

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English Tutoring
on Critical Analysis

Strategies to enhance critical analysis skills

Critical analysis starts with Inferencing in elementary school, which a lot of junior students do not comprehend or ignore.  To develop your critical analyzing skills going into high school can be done in many ways including practicing during your reading.

When reading always question and evaluate the strengths and weaknesses in characters, the author and/or the overall text. Comment on the development of characters and the author’s choice of narration and setting. To help think critically ask the following questions: Who is the author and what is their perspective? Who is the targeted audience and how does that influence the way information is presented?  What is the moral or main message of the text? Do you agree with the test and why do you agree or disagree? These questions will allow you to dig deeper then just understanding the story but to analyze the certain pieces the author has presented and the purpose of them.

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