My name is Harry and I am just finishing my third year at university. My degree is in ancient history and history and am applying for an additional PCGE and have completed 2 weeks working at a school. I love my subject and believe history should be taught as the great story it is and the debate should follow.
I offer tutoring for every GCSE subject, all humanity A Levels (English, History, Geography, French), and help with personal statements and mock Oxbridge interviews in any subject. Having just completed Uni, I feel I am very down to earth and understanding of the student's issues. I am a friendly and outgoing individual who knows all too well the stress that exams can cause.
Im a traveller and have a keen interest in travel and living climate changes patterns communication skills etc.i would like to share my thoughts and views with my students through my experiences.
My teaching methods would be unique to each student dependent on what they want from me and from their lessons. Most likely they would involve a lot of use of past papers and past questions.
I am studying A-levels in History Politics and Economics. After going through the GCSE process not long ago I have a real understanding of how challenging it can be and therefore know first hand the ways to overcome the challenge and achieve the best grades possible.
Usually, it is important for me to have a list of areas where the student would like to learn. Teaching methods will be based on the style of learning of the student, however reciprocating a lecturer is not the method of choice. It is important to build the passion for this subject through learning in a relaxed and fun environment.
My teaching method depends on every individual - this is key in getting the best results from students. I am a very approachable and adaptable person. I recognise that not every student is the same thus adaptability is needed. I can lecture, use images, mind maps, videos and written notes depending on what I feel suits my student.
I love history and this comes through. I engage in a mix of empathetic discussion and practical essay and analysis skills. Ultimate aim - enjoyable lessons, a new found self belief in the subject and improved results.
I have a unique way of teaching history and business and how I like to make mind maps and diagrams to help the students remember the topic. I like to make the lessons interesting, fun and enjoyable for the students.
A sense of humour and the building of quick rapport are two key ingredients that I believe are essential to create positive and effective tutoring sessions. It is these qualities, alongside relevant and current work experience, together with a genuine interest in helping individuals to achieve that drive my passion for tutoring.
I have a first class degree in History (BA 2014), a distinction at Masters level (Hebrew and Jewish studies, 2015). I have had three years of tutoring experience and am passionate about English and History. I teach both GCSE and A Level students in English, History, religious studies, philosophy and classical civilisation.
My teaching methods are largely based upon how I, personally, like to learn but also what you tell me about your revision and learning methods.
My teaching methods depend on the student and what support they require. The lesson will therefore, involve working on improving the skills which they struggle with or working on specific work which they feel they need someone to guide them through.
My teaching is most suited to GCSE, A Level, and first-year degree level. Lessons are tailored specifically to the student's academic level and experience though will consistently cultivate the discipline's principal requirements of critical thought, time management, logical structuring, and depth of analysis.
I am a recent Cambridge history graduate with a passion for tutoring. I am proficient in modern and early modern history; my expertise lies primarily in British history, with the exception of modern American and European history. I can provide first hand advice on how to master exams (GCSE's and A levels), and how to write the 'perfect' essay.
A friendly and enthusiastic undergraduate student from Tanzania currently studying a Bachelor in Psychology at the University of Westminster. I am considered to be an introvert and therefore prefer focusing on one to one sessions.
I am a 16 year old sixth form student, aiming to teach young children more about history, for example WWII, The Tudors, The Roaring 20's and many more interesting and captivating topics. I can teach an hour and a half lessons once of twice a week, as I believe this is a substantial amount of work. I am also able to aid students studying history GCSE with upcoming exams.
I will show you how whatever type of History you need to learn, it can teach you just as much about life today as it can about the past. At the same time, you will exceed your ALIS grade by at least one grade if you are sitting a public examination.
My teaching methodology is split between book study and visual aid. I base my lessons on topics which students need more support on.
I'm a Law student at Swansea University and achieved good grades at GCSE. Hardworking, confident, charismatic and punctual. Studying History for 7 years and achieving an A at GCSE and a B at A-level has given me a thorough understanding of what is needed to get good grades as well as given me a passion for the subject.
I LOVE history - I am currently working on a History podcast which shows that history is the most interesting subject. However I know that a boring teacher or the pressure of work can take all the fun out of it. The bad thing is that if you're not engaged in what you're learning, you probably won't remember any of it and if you're not absorbing, you are not learning.
My name is Robyn Viney, I am a second year History undergrad at KCL with experience educating and aiding younger students. I have experience in museum learning departments and a dedication to thematic revision and essay practice. Overall I feel that my friendly, adaptive but methodological approach could be of great use to any child.
As a first-year undergraduate, I have recently completed my A-Levels hence I know full well how tough and rigorous the A-Level and GCSE history courses have become throughout the years. They demand that the students think more for themselves and develop their own opinions, making a coherent and sustained argument in their essays.
My teaching methods vary depending on the age of a child. I tend to offer a more interactive approach to children below the age of 16 so as to provide suitable engagement. For GCSE and A Level classes, I alternate between content learning and practice essays, as this is the most effective way of learning and revising.
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.
I am providing tutoring and academic assistance to students of undergraduate,post-graduate, school and high school students in the discipline of sociology, history, community and policy development. I adopt different lesson structure keeping in view the nature of subject area. I follow Five-Step Lesson Planning to cater my students.
I offer a down-to-earth, informative and ambitious tutoring style. I feel it's important, for the student to feel comfortable asking questions, for the session to have a clear ambition and a genuine feel of an open atmosphere.
Hi, I have been teaching History and Politics at GCSE and A-level for over ten years. I have also been teaching the EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) and Level 2 Project for over five years. I have been the G&T Co-ordinator at an Outstanding comprehensive school and been responsible for their Oxbridge entry programme. I am also an experienced AQA examiner.
My main aim is to make history and politics relatable to students. By using popular culture, including Doctor Who and James Bond, for instance, I try to breathe life into the discipline making the learning process memorable and engaging for students. Lessons will encourage students to use the past to make sense of the present.
I am a kind and friendly 20 year old history student, looking to teach from primary level up to A-level. My lessons are fun and interactive and will make my students passionate about learning and working hard to achieve the best results they possibly can.
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