I focus my teaching in developing the skills behind writing strong essay answers and developing the critical thinking necessary to succeed in this subject. All essay subjects require a strong form of structure, and Geography is no exception. Thus, in my lessons I will carefully disassemble essay answers and rebuild them with the student, explaining step by step what makes a great answer.
Hi, i'm Darcy- i'm currently studying English Literature, Geography and Theatre studies (having received A-A* grades at GCSE) I have great revision tips, and a wide range of notes for the GCSE Geography course.
I have just completed my Undergraduate Degree in History at UCL. I am young, vibrant and try to make each lesson energetic. I try to instil a great awareness of the subject for the student based on their learning. I have a wide variety of techniques, for example the art of drama, pictures, spider diagrams or more written techniques. I base my lesson around the student's needs.
My name is Rosa and I graduated this summer with a first class degree from Oxford University in Geography. I am friendly and down to earth and now studying for a Geography masters degree at UCL. I will help you with a range of geographical theories: - GCSE level: e.g. tectonic plate movement, population growth - A-level: e.g. Malthusian crisis, development - Degree level: e.g.
I am currently a Head of History at a secondary school and have a wealth of knowledge on how to help students gain their target grades and achieve more. I have a proven track record of helping my students to gain success and progress in GCSE History, A Level History & Key Stage 3.
I am at the end of my first year at the university of Bristol, studying politics and international relations. I first came to love politics though studying it at AS level alongside with geography. Through this time, I found strategic ways to study the syllabus whilst making the content relevant to current events, of which I shared with my fellow class.
As a young adult I understand the importance of pressure and stress when it comes to deadlines but also the importance of self confidence, determination and concentration in all aspects of academic life.
Hello, I am a PhD graduate and I wrote my PhD thesis on migration, citizenship and refugees in Tanzania, Africa. I give lessons to all levels of students, including Undergraduate, Masters and PhD. Lessons will be based on students needs and contain information on the subject at hand as well as advice on particular aspects, such as essays, exams and cover letters.
I can teach students doing their GCSE's or A-Levels. The three most effective ways to revise are by planning questions, focusing on writing style and understanding content. Our lessons will mostly focus on these elements. However, if there are other aspects that you would prefer to focus on then I can aid you with those too.
Hi! I am currently studying for a Masters at UCL in Clinical Mental Health Sciences, following achieving a first and an A* in psychology at undergraduate and A level, respectively. I am offering fun individualised psychology tutoring at a variety of levels (GCSE, AS, A Level and undergraduate), tailored to your preferred learning style.
I am a Geography teacher with over 20 years experience of teaching students at both A-Level and GCSE level. My students consistently make outstanding progress, and achieve high grades. I have extensive experience of preparing students to be successful in their examinations, and developing in them the depth of knowledge and understanding required to achieve their full potential.
I'm a third year geography student who has tutored students aging from 4 to 15. I try to make my lessons as friendly and clear as possible by relating back to my own experience of being a student because I know how hard it can be! I work at the pace you want and cater each lesson to the individual.
I am a student who always enjoyed conversational lessons so this is what I try to bring to my tutoring at all levels (GCSE, A level and Undergraduate). I want the lessons to be full of asking questions with a loose structure often aided by a powerpoint. I am also willing to teach online.
My teaching method is very flexible, I assess what works best for you therefore I can personally cater to your needs. My technique of teaching will largely be based upon covering the relevant content and providing you with key exam techniques.
I have recently graduated with a 2:1 in Geography from a Russell Group university- primarily focused in human geography, although having completed courses on hydrology and extreme weather I also have a strong grounding in physical geographical issues.
Word and Image are always of my interest, so I chose to pursue my study a subject of art and language - Art History, and hope to help people to understand more about this charming subject. Language ability is foundational for such a subject, so I decide to offer language classes as well.
I will always give 100% to all of my students, and am fully committed to giving them the best learning experience possible. I encourage a relaxed and friendly approach to tutoring and try to make the learning experience more holistic and productive. Most of my students are long-term which I believe is the best way to ensure that the highest grades are achieved and the most is learnt.
Got really good notes diagrams slides and videos I garuantee you will understand everything and if you don't we will tackle it together got an A* last year Alevels frog so it's all fresh in my mind and highest in east Africa olevels
My methodology is to apply knowledge with Exam skills in every lesson to allow familiarity and lots of practice with exam technique. I like to explore topics in an active manner to allow for a deeper learning experience. All work submitted will be marked with meaningful comments that students will be expected to spend time after responding to the comments and improving work.
Before I am able to deliver the appropriate content and tailor my subject to a students needs, I spend a good 15 minutes trying to gauge the students requirements and what they aim to achieve from this tutoring. What they are trying to achieve? - Whether answering exam questions, structuring essays or sourcing reputable resources and literature to answer essays/dissertations.
From my school career I have learnt that no two students are identical, therefore the way that they learn or are taught should not be the same. It is important to understand how each pupil learns and then together, figure out the best way to approach learning and revision.
Visual aid is used to help present the theory in an understandable way. Current examples are used to make it interesting as lessons are applied to what is happening in the world at that exact time. Students have responded well to my methods.
As a previous tutee and a tutor, I understand that sometimes we all need a little support outside of the classroom. Whether it be exam technique or clarification of the trickier topics, working through it with a peer can often be an excellent solution. With my degree and education, I am lucky to have gained a variety of skills.
I go through the syllabus with the pupil, focusing in more depth on the topics that they may struggle with. As we go through each topic, I test the pupil to ensure that they understand what we have covered.
I am currently pursuing a degree in Evolutionary Biology and History from an Ivy League Institution (Columbia University) and I specialize in English Medieval History. I can also teach Ancient Mediterranean history, European History and American History. I am also currently doing research into the Black Death epidemic of the 14th century.
I am an experienced tutor and PhD candidate at University College London, as well as a graduate from the University of Oxford. Teaching is a true passion of mine and, apart from providing private tuition, I am also preparing to teach undergraduate students at UCL later this year.
Previously having studied geography at GCSE level and then consequently achieving a Level 6 in Higher Level Geography in IB level, I have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills to teach children up to GCSE level the aspects covered in their syllabus. I am currently a Masters student with flexible working hours, living in the centre of London.
I want to follow the student's syllabus and then have the content I teach directed at that. For most subjects, practice is usually a good idea so I would encourage weekly practices be done and we can go through them during class.
I am currently in my final year of my Geography degree, willing to give students small group sessions or one to one sessions at your school/college. The lessons will consist of the main points of the specific topic, showing examples that can be used in exam questions and then questions from the student.
Student at the University of Sheffield who is studying for an undergraduate journalism degree. Can give lessons to students studying geography or politics at A-level or lower qualification. An approachable, flexible and dedicated person who can provide visual learning and a structure to improve exam technique.
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