Florence Long

Florence Long

Writer, Editor & TeacherLondon, United Kingdom
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Florence Long

Florence Long

Writer, Editor & TeacherLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am an editor, teacher and writer based in Kent, UK. I balance work as an English tutor with my editorial role at Smple Media. I also write short stories.
Projects
  • WRITER: 5 Rules For Tutoring a Russian Millionaire
    WRITER: 5 Rules For Tutoring a Russian MillionaireThis is a creative non-fiction piece for Smple Media. It was based on my experience working in a private investment firm in Ukraine. It dwells on the humourous and bizarre elements of ex-pat life while examining the unique experience of teaching the super-rich.
Work history
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    Content Creator and Community Co-ordinatorsmpleworld
    Toronto, CanadaPart Time
    I create and producing multimedia content pieces for Smple Magazine. I also establishing communication and collaborations with members on the Smple Platform and Social Media.
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    Teach First MentorTeach First
     - Ashford, United KingdomFull Time
    As a Teach First Mentor, I was working in a creative learning environment. I delivered targeted, bespoke tutoring courses on creative writing, poetry analysis, and essay writing skills. My goal was to close the attainment gap in children who had been negatively affected by the pandemic. I tutored students at a school based in Ashford, all from low-economic or disadvantaged backgrounds.
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Skills
  • Creative Writing
  • Proofreading
  • Copywiting
  • Research
  • Fact Checking
  • Essay Writing
  • Teaching
Education
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    TEFL Teaching English as a Foreign Languagetefl.org.uk
     - Ashford, United Kingdom
    Premium TEFL course which furthered my understanding of the English grammar and enabled me to teach English as a foreign language.
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    BA English LiteratureUniversity College London (UCL)
     - London, United Kingdom
    A comprehensive and detailed overview of the English Literature canon, starting with Old English (Beowulf etc.) and continuing all the way through to the present day. In my third year, I focused on the representation of female agency in renaissance texts such as Tourneur, Webster and Foxe. My final thesis looked at William Blake's work and its treatment of women. Throughout my degree, I developed a passion for feminist criticism and I love for modern literature.