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Synonyms for tutor

Synonyms for tutor

to impart knowledge and skill to

Synonyms for tutor

a person who gives private instruction (as in singing, acting, etc

be a tutor to someone

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act as a guardian to someone

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In other words, when it comes to verbosity and loquaciousness in tutoring sessions, more can be less, less can be more, and none might be most, but it all depends on the role, appropriation, and messages of silence as conveyed by the writing tutor.
Like Charlotte, Patrick positions the primary job of a student-athlete writing tutor at the forefront of his response.
Many writing tutors have had sessions that began with a writer asking, "Will you edit my paper?
Writing tutor John Whitehouse tries out the outside broadcast facilities with a film crew from the Moving Image degree course; Writing students Gary Jones, Kate Vickery and Debbie Jones rehearse their own science fiction drama to be broadcast during the Wrexham Science Festival; Technician Richard Smith tests sound levels using BBC specification equipment; Students Howard Pimborough, Paul Bradshaw, Emma Davies, and Guillaume Prax rehearse a broadcast in; the NEWI sound studio
Michelle Heritage, a full time vocal and song writing tutor at the Nexus Music Academy, will lead the course.
A European history professor who was once a discipline-specific writing tutor finds that she is now more actively involved in "teaching" writing to non-majors and majors.
Another advantage of meeting the veteran tutors was that the current ones saw that they are part of a long line of student workers hired by the center over the years, student workers who share characteristics, all of which point to an identity as a writing tutor.
Bella is a creative writing tutor, having worked in lifelong learning and on the BA Literature programme at Cardiff University.
Schneider, a poet and writing tutor in the UK, and Killick, a poet, literary journalist, and former teacher, present a guide to bringing people, events, thoughts, and feelings from one's personal life to writing.
Coventry-based comedy script writing tutor Dorothy Kilmurray said: "It's aimed at people wanting to write for leisure purposes and it could also be for someone who wants a career in writing.
Through a survey of perspectives, the paper seeks to structure some of the questions that inform the potentially competing priorities of the business writer and the writing tutor.
Third, undergraduate writing tutor research is usually supported by ongoing tutor education and mentoring that value tutor knowledge production.