My teaching method is relaxed and will be suited to the individual student. The service can be entirely tailored but will draw upon things I find useful when studying and also things that I feel do not work. There is no point working hard but inefficiently.
The most important thing for me would be to help my students to become confident in answering difficult questions in a way that is tailored to exam mark schemes, which I believe can best be done by going through as many of these as possible with students.
My teaching method is starting with the basics and slowly building up a knowledge base so the student can fully understand the subject. I do this through an interactive style, rather than just talking at the student as I want to engage them. I also set weekly essays to assess the progress made during that week on the material we have covered. I have tutored friends at university and college.
My sessions usually involve both subject knowledge and essay technique, as both are equally important in studying history and politics. My online lessons are very interactive and I adapt them according to each student's needs. I offer support to students through assessing their weaker points and helping to build on these and through developing consistency in exam and essay technique.
Mini-tests are very useful for a topic overview, so are he making of mindmaps and linking all the knowledge together I will set them things to watch, looking at sources for the time and linking it back to previous knowledge, looking at the criteria and forming answers based on that.
Politics is all around us and is all-encompassing so you will not have an issue with difficulty in learning! Lessons will be interactive, analytical and in depth in order to ensure success!
Hi, I’m Pete, and I’m presently working at Birkdale, travelling to sunny Gainsborough for lots of GCSE poetry and prose ( who can tire of one's anthology of poems? Polite answers only, please), teaching Macbeth, IELTS ( there's always IELTS ), City and Guilds and the Weimar with a student from Sheffield High.
I base my teaching on the students needs while offering alternative ways of thinking about how understand problems. I have had a multidisciplinary education and think that it offers a lot of value to students, benefiting them not just in achieving higher grades but giving them a skill-set to take on in employment or further study.
My teaching method is based on interactive learning. As political science is a theoretical subject it is important to understand it rather than rote learning it, hence I adopt a rather non-conventional method of teaching, which is highly interactive.
My method of teaching is developing a series of notes as a main guide, and then developing on those notes through the session, accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation. I base my teaching method on the same way my teachers did through my time studying at A-levels, and how my current tutors take classes now.
I'm very happy to give lessons to GCSE and A level students, particularly A level students who may be interested in applying to Oxbridge. My lessons are flexible to my students, but I prefer to study history by theme, and look at politics primarily through institutions and ideologies.
My teaching mode is interactive and l try make sure that my student is involved and also able to ask question as l believe the more questions you ask the more you learn. In addition l try make each lesson a different experience by adding new ways to ask questions such as bringing articles relating to the subject matter.
My aim is to engage students into the learning process, allowing them to understand the importance of what is being taught. Therefore my method of teaching involves a hybrid style of an integrated approach that blends my personality and interests with the students’ needs and curriculum-appropriate methods.
I base my lessons on J. A. Comenius methods - "School as a game" - learning through simple “nature’s way”, that is, learning based on having fun by connecting gained and new knowledge instead of memorizing.
As I am a Master's Ancient History and Archaeology student, I have the independent skills necessary to deliver concise lesson plans that will greatly benefit any potential student in a quick, methodological and effective manner. I am also able to pinpoint exam technique which is a crucial element for success.
I can cater to various students but my primary audeience would be children/ secondary and A-level students that wish to gain a greater understanding of these topics from a comfortable start and exploring further into these subjects depending on their grasp on the information they are given.
Before our first session I will ask for two or three areas to focus on so that I can prepare some materials tailored around the needs of the student. This will be aimed at offering different perspectives on the historical events, political processes or set texts to help the student orientate themselves within a debate and to encourage critical thinking.
I recognise that these subjects can be daunting with a lot of content. I can help to summarise subjects and make things interesting to learn.
Am a personable individual, easy to get along with though suitably professional. Look to tailor my classes to each student's specific needs. Guiding principle is that First Class Honours is something that, provided people have the right mindset and support, pretty much everyone is capable of achieving. To the best of my abilities therefore look to guide all those I tutor towards this outcome.
I believe that to truly unlock the potential of students teachers must create engaging and informative lessons. My teaching style is varied, and I have successful experiences of teaching learners of many ages. I'm willing to go the extra mile.
I can help students of social sciences subjects by proofreading essays and checking the structure. Additionally, I can aid politics students by assisting with explaining the material. As for the lesson structure, I tailor my lessons based on the needs of individual students.
My teaching methodology centres mainly around past-paper practice, understanding how to achieve the best result possible through a familiarity with the exam. The learning of new topics will be focused around essay titles and directed learning in order to form a consistent style of writing.
My teaching method is essentially based on powerpoint and going through the readings together sometimes. However, I am quite flexible about teaching method since each has a unique level of understanding and learning. Considering this, I open to various teaching method based on the student's suggestion.
My lessons are aimed at GSCE and A-Level students, in particular towards perfecting coursework. Since many different subjects are covered in History courses, I tailor as possible to the needs of each individual student. That said, I focus on methodology and written ability.
My teaching method is based upon establishing understanding through use of a Socratic method of learning and repetition of relevant examples.
My approach to teaching History is to introduce the pupil to debate surrounding the relevant subject. I always think that understanding the different approaches towards a particular period in History is vital to writing a good discussion. When teaching my pupil's exam technique, I am to explain how to understand what essay question want the pupil to do.
I like to see what the person I am tutoring does normally and what knowledge they have of the topic in history and then take that away and then base the tutor sessions around them.
Play to everyones strengths, and thinking outside the box. I'd rather you have fun and learn only half of what I was telling you, than learn nothing and have no fun at the same time. Education doesn't have to be a chore.
Through lecturing, seminars and one-to-one tutorials, I deliver bespoke support to students seeking to enhance their knowledge, skills and attitudinal development. Class sizes have ranged between 6-30, depending on subject area, and I have lectured to auditoriums of several hundred. Course delivery have ranged from A-Level to postgraduate.
Hello, my name is Poonam and I am a personable tutor capable of catering to multiple different learning styles. I am a University graduate, where I studied International Relations and Peace studies and achieved a Upper Second class honours. I am also a masters student, and will be graduating in December 2018 with a MA in Security, Terrorism and Insurgency studies.
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