- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Religious Studies, Citizenship, PSHE, History and ESOL. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have BA Hons (2;1) Religious Studies, University of Wolverhampton. 2001. I also have ESOL RSA 9284. - How much do you charge? I charge £20 per hour, I am able to teach online. Travel fees by arrangment.
Very friendly and outgoing graduate (University of Exeter) who is passionate about seeing pupils thrive and reaching their academic potential throughout secondary education and in the run-up to University life. I am highly attentive and cater to the personal needs of my tutees.
I am studying History and Ancient History at the University of Exeter. I hope to provide additional help revolving around what is being learned at school. I believe I would be particularly beneficial in helping with revision techniques at GCSE and A-level.
I have been Mentoring and Advising lower year students to enhance their own knowledge base and improve their essay skills to take then to the next level in their writing. GCSE and A-level students will benefit from my recent experience and expertise in Politics and British/ Cold War History.
History and English are my passions, and I'd love to create a fun learning environment for Primary and Secondary school students! Using a clear but interesting structure, I will make sure we cover the basic curriculum, as well as adapting the lessons to suit your own interests.
I am a Geography undergraduate at Exeter university. I love Geography and can tutor up to an undergraduate level. Having got A* in my Geography GCSE, AS and A-level, i believe I can offer valuable advice and support to achieve top marks and better understandings. I have an abundance of materials that I have accumulated over my time studying Geography that I can use to help.
As a History student at the University of Exeter, I am used to discussing all aspects of the subject. I have specialised in modern history, which is quite popular in the final years of college and highschool. My approach is to combine theoretical concepts and ideas with practical assignments.
My name is Robert Dalton and I am a patient, stoic student with a variety of methods tailored to your child's needs as I have gathered experience throughout my time in Secondary. With an excellent insight in the new exam specification and detailed knowledge of the syllabus, I'll be able to hone your child's skills in history and make them excel in such an interesting subject.
I am eager to give lessons to students who are about to take their GCSEs, but due to my educational background, I am qualified to teach English and Psychology to A level standard/Degree level. I have an English Literature with Psychology degree and an MSc in Psychology. My tutoring aim is to work with the tutee to find a learning style that suits them best.
I have a Bachelors in Politics and History, and a Masters in Global Politics. For 5 years I have been a Graduate Teaching Assistant while doing my doctorate in political philosophy - teaching general areas of International Relations and Politics, as well as in specialized topics, such as Democratic Theory, Security Studies, and Critical Theory.
I am a second year history and politics student seeking to tutor GCSE or A-level students in any humanities or social science subject. My skill-set includes making difficult concepts easy to understand, teaching skills specific to humanities subjects (like source analysis, research methods and essay-writing) and organisational methods to make studying easier and more fun.
My sister is a teacher so have seen lots of her methodologies develop. I would approach each class depending on how the child learns ie visual. I would certainly focus on making essay plans and how to attach each different style of question to reach top band regardless of context.
I approach my teaching practice by assessing the needs of my students and acting accordingly. I think self-reflection is a key part of teaching and learning and so want my students to guide their education as much as possible. As such, providing feedback for my students to respond to (either verbally or written) is an essential part of my teaching practice.
My teaching method is based around understanding. I believe that in order to learn you must first understand, and therefore I aim for my tutees to gain a solid understanding of their subject before learning detail. This means I will help students get to grips with key concepts, before working on and learning subject matter topic by topic.
My teaching method is giving concise and easy-to-remember tips for approaching each topic with a focus on different historical interpretations by different historians.
During an initial free session I will work out the needs of my tutee, these could be for instance identifying areas where their understanding of topic areas could be increased or improving their skills at answering questions during exams. From there I will create an individually tailored lesson plan to work to the needs of the tutee.
I'm an experienced private tutor in the Arts and Humanities from Key Stage 2 to Degree Level based in Exeter, Devon.
In a typical hour session I would begin with a short session on existing knowledge in the subject. The aim is to build on this in order to develop understanding. The second part of a session involves developing an argument through writing, presentation, debate and communication.
I am very passionate about History, but I understand that people also wish to gain the highest grade they can receive, so while I would aim to make my lessons interesting, my priority would be preparing my student for their exam/coursework.
I have had a very varied teaching career, working with students of all ages ( from primary to adult) abilities and ethnic backgrounds, in both the UK and overseas. I have also worked with students who have Special Educational needs, whether their issues are emotional, physical or both.
I've always loved history and academics. Having only just left the school system, I know the A Level and GCSE exam structures well, and hope to create a supportive and welcoming atmosphere in which to provide a well-rounded, personal approach to the subject.
The structure of the lesson will be adapted to the learning style of the student. I will always respect and support the student and will provide an encouraging and relaxed learning environment either at your home or if you wish you can come to my quiet cafe at the Foxmoor Business Park, Wellington Somerset for your tuition with refreshments available.
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