My preferred method of teaching is one on one, this way giving undivided attention to a student. Approaching the course topic by topic, providing feedback on essays, either in person or through online comments, regarding both content and structure. Group classes are also a service offered, allowing students to not only learn from the tutor but also one-another.
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 method seeks to improve three aspects: Critical Reading Skills, Comprehension, Reasoning and Writing. My listens involve reviewing relevant reading materials (provided by you) or sample texts I provide. We will work on breaking down and analyzing the structure texts. The next aspect will involve writing sample arguments, by learning how to write structured outlines.
My lesson structure would start with an evaluation of a previously written essay with detailed, specific feedback on how the essay could be improved. The lesson would then look at what the student had been studying recently and how an academic approach to their subject can improve their work.
My teaching methodology is highly personalised, and tailored to suit the goals of the individual or group that I'm tutoring. If academic achievement is the object of our sessions, I'm happy to help with essay planning, revision, and increasing general comfort with the material.
Knowing the student is the first port of call followed by creating challenging yet accessible schemes of work designed to meet the students needs. This is delivered in a highly focussed and deliberated way in for students to maximise their potential without distraction.
I specialise in American History, the English Revolution, Russian Revolution and the Cold War. I focus on ensuring the student knows a vast amount of relevant general knowledge for their subject which then helps with their exam technique when it comes to explanation and analysis.
Making the subjects "come-alive" for my students never fails to help them easily learn and understand what they need to in their studies. Learning must be exciting and fun and it is something that I strive to do for every single student.
I tend to teach based on exam syllabus and essay writing in order to prepare students for exams. Naturally, I am flexible to the preferences and goals of the student.
Particularly at GCSE and A Levels, I believe in tailoring my approach based on each student's academic focus (topics specialised) as well as examination needs (form and structure, contextual knowledge, exam technique etc.
Each topic will be easily accessible allowing for us to take a journey together towards a comprehensive understanding of the subject.
I specialise in providing guided readings of primary source documents and teaching through engaging conversations (also known as the Socratic Method). I offer student-focussed content and make good use of multi-media (particularly photographs and documentaries). I also make good use of writing assignments and enjoy using innovative, non-traditional formats for these.
Until recently I was working at Imperial War Museum Duxford, and also at the Shuttleworth Collection as the Education and STEM manager. Put simply my job was to make education as fun, engaging and interactive as it could be.
With subjects such as Sociology and the Humanities, I believe being able to visualise theories/timelines/processes is the most beneficial way to learn. For areas such as Maths and Science, I see constant repetition as the best method, and attempt to make this as fun as possible.
I make extensive use of primary sources, drawing upon different forms of media that reflect a range of historical and cultural viewpoints and biases, in order to develop a student's ability to critically analyse and confidently argue their own interpretation of the evidence.
I graduated with a First Class Honours in History from the University of Warwick in June 2016, I specialised in Early Modern History - specifically the period between 1500-1750. I have experience tutoring secondary school students, and AS-Level students.
I offer tutoring to students of GCSE level and above. My teaching methodology is based on minimising my input and maximising the student's. I believe History is something fascinating and enriching. My aim is to transmit this enthusiasm to students and give them a desire to learn about it for themselves.
I can give one on one tutoring to help with exam perpetration.
I am in my final year at the University of Cambridge, studying Human, Social and Political Sciences, and gained the highest mark of my year-group in the International Relations module last year. Having done A Levels in History (A*), Politics (A*) and Geography (A), I am confident in tutoring students up to A Level standard in these subjects, and primary, KS3 or GCSE level in other subjects.
I aim to approach each topic in a logical way - tackling and foundations before moving on to consider the deeper and more complex questions. Each topic will be worked through at the student's pace, with challenges where necessary and support where required. The topics will also be considered in light of potential essays and ways of working through these will be considered too.
i approach the topics and subjects with an open mind and a fresh start. i follow the pace the student is willing to work at and i easily form great relationships with others.
As I'm just starting out, I'm happy to accommodate the learning preferences of whomever I would be teaching; whatever works for you, I will make work for me! First lesson would be free, and would help both to establish what sort of help you require and also to allow me to make preparations for the following lesson should there be one.
I am a friendly and flexible teacher with a great enthusiasm for teaching. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Key stage 2 and 3 English, Key Stage 3 History and ICT, GCSE English and Media Studies, A level English, Media Studies and Philosophy, Teeline Shorthand. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I'm a Masters student at Oxford, and I did my undergraduate here too, graduating with a First in History and German. I can teach all levels up to undergraduate. I have an open, flexible approach, engaging in discussions with my students, encouraging them to explain their knowledge and arguments to me.
I'm a 25 year old professional who works for the government in a non-educational role. I graduated in 2007 from Warwick University with a BA (Hons) in History and Sociology. I have a real passion for the subjects that I teach and want to share that with others. I can also offer help on essay writing, exam technqiues for Arts and Humanities subjects and can proof read essays and other work.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English (language and literature), History, Music and also Horn and Music Theory. - Tell me about your qualifications. GCSEs 9A* 3A including UK placings in English literature and Music; AAAAA at AS Level; AAAA at A Level; Grade VIII Distinction and Dip.
I am looking to teach GCSE And KS3 level history but I would be unfazed if I was asked to help an A-Level History student My lesson structure involves looking at the certain curriculum and splitting each lesson based on certain aspects of the Curriculum.
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