As a student who achieved A*s in their GCSEs and an A* in A-Level History, I am able to offer GCSE and Secondary (up to Year 11) tuition for students struggling in History. The sessions are completely personalised to the student, depending on where they struggle and the grade that they would like to achieve.
I will be giving History lessons to students of any level from Primary, Secondary, Sixth Form or College. I am happy to work with students who are either simply just interested in the subject of history or students who are stuggling with the subject and need help to improve their skills and exam results.
Focus on developing knowledge from the base up using context from the past and the real world, working verbally in lessons and providing tasks to be researched or written about. I also showcase my own essays previous work. Focus on developing a style which will be used later on in life and in university also.
My name is Shamim Michael Gammage. I am 25 and a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin. I am currently reading for an MSc in Economic & Social History at Balliol College, Oxford. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I specialise in teaching History from Key Stage 3 through to degree level. I also teach a selection of other A-level courses and give lessons on essay writing and examination technique.
Lessons will focus on critical thinking, analytical skills of texts and how to construct essays and arguments. Students will learn how to deal with texts and sources and be able to place them within their contexts, and criticise them accordingly.
I am an experienced and graded 'outstanding' history teacher based in Beaconsfield. I offer a personalised, bespoke service for each of my students who will receive their own file with relevant resources for your course. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach History. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a degree in Ancient History from Warwick University.
I love teaching students a new way to work out problems. My main focus in lessons is to master techniques for exam writing styles and planning. In addition to this, I provide a number of resources; which I have required independently to benefit the learning of my students.
I prefer active teaching where learners are shown how to learn rather than what to learn via project and discovery.
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.
My teaching and learning strategies include a step by step approach to building and developing students' critical thinking skills through the use of scaffolded work sheets and exercises that stretch and challenge them. With this approach my students and I continuously plan and review their work.
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 believe in fostering a positive and encouraging working environment. I have experience as a Primary School teaching assistant, as well as an auntie to two bright young children. I have also been a part of higher education for four years and will complete a PhD in another three, so I have full working knowledge of what universities are looking for and expecting in potential students.
The way I tutor will solely depend on the type of student I am tutoring. I understand that students have different learning styles, some visual, some aural, some verbal and some physical.
I am 31 Years Old and I am Head of History in a local school. I am recognised as an outstanding teacher. All tutoring will be tailored to individual students needs to achieve maximum progression. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach History, R.E and Geography. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a 2-1 in History from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
My teaching methods will be different for each student as everyone is individual.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach History and Geography GCSE. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a BA Hons in History from Brunel University. - How much do you charge? I don't charge travel fees for travelling. - Where do you teach? I like to to teach at home, but also don't mind going to students' homes to teach.
History tuition is varied often depending on the student's exam board and individual needs. A typical two hour lesson will vary depending on the student's ability but will include a lesson theme, an exploratory part of the session where we draw on sources and discuss, written tasks, and a debate if possible.
My teaching method is to first learn about what your outcomes are from an initial half-an-hour consultation. I would recommend a minimum of a 1 hour every 2 weeks just so that you can see an improvement and we can monitor your progress more effectively. Then we can structure a lesson plan based on your goals and make sure that they are realistic within the given time frame.
I am currently self-employed and involved in tutoring, teaching, examining and freelance writing and editing. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Latin, Greek, Ancient History, Classical Civilisation, French. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have recently completed a PhD in Latin Literature from St Andrews University, although I am now based near Reading.
Personal tuition is always geared fully to the individual to suit their needs. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Piano, Brass, Theory and general Musicianship. I also teach English, History and Music to GCSE level. I teach all academic subjest up to Key Stage Two level. - Tell me about your qualifications.
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.
I prefer to teach in instalments with a consistent pattern. History is beyond focusing on the general politics - the other social, cultural and often religious themes must be explored. I would like to incorporate these themes in a way that flows and is easy to follow.
I have a structured approach of prioritising students’ syllabus; addressing each topic effectively with combination of past papers and revision techniques.
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.
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.
I base my classes on exam technique and revision methods. I will help you learn how to formulate essays to an A*/9 standard and help you memorise the information you need.
I want to create a comfortable environment for my students so they can learn at there own pace and not feel pressure or embarrassment of not knowing. It's all about learning and we all start at the bottom before we get to the top.
Come to Reading for tailored-made sessions to improve your grades! 5 years experience in Politics, History and Sociology. I have a personal, enthusiastic approach to tutoring and help students find the fun within challenging subjects. - Which subject(s) do you teach? History, Sociology and Government and Politics - Tell me about your qualifications.
I base my classes on my student's abilities and the exam boards they are working for. I offer explanations and support of each topic in detail, as well as exam style questions, help with note taking and revision techniques to ensure that my student has understood the subject well and is prepared for the final exams.
I have experience with AQA and Edexcel exam boards gaining many tips and techniques to collect the easy marks, as well as tapping into the hard ones. Exam preparation is critical to achieving high marks and has consistently been the primary issue for all of my students.
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