I give one-on-one lessons for most of the time, but I can also tutor small groups with the same level of care. I wish to provoke a discussion rather than lecture alone, and try and encourage answers rather than to simply give them to the student, so they are able to perform as such in the exam.
My particular skill set lies in essay-writing, revision and exam preparation, as these are all skills which are being refined throughout my degree. While the essay style that I teach is especially applicable for A Level exams, it is also useful for those studying at GCSE - though I am certainly able to accommodate for students at Key Stage 3 or below.
I base my classes around a starting point, and see where the interests of the students lie and go from there! My main interests and research lie in American History - however, my degree has exposed me to a great deal of other areas of history and politics.
A little bit about me: Hello, my name is Eni. As stated in the title I am currently an undergrad at the University of Sheffield. History has been my specialty for 5 years, so I am eager to help GCSE students develop their skills into hopefully achieving an A/A* or simply achieving their target grade.
My method as a teacher is to work from either the particular interests or problem areas you want to focus on or to take the existing syllabus and work through each topic systematically with you reviewing as we go with practice answers and discussion.
I am confident in tutoring up to A-Level in any historical topic. My particular strength is on developing essay skills, critical analysis and argument. My preferred teaching method is to use past exam papers, to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the student and subsequently develop their skills and confidence.
As someone who has experience in tutoring, I have come to realise just how important it is to cater to the needs of each student as everyone learns in their own way. I am willing to try many different methods in order to help my student find their own unique way of learning, one that will help them move forward.
Hi, I’m Pete, and I’m presently working at Birkdale, travelling to sunny Gainsborough for lots of GCSE poetry and prose ( who can tire of one's anthology of poems? Polite answers only, please), teaching Macbeth, IELTS ( there's always IELTS ), City and Guilds and the Weimar with a student from Sheffield High.
I am a firm believer that everybody has the potential to excel in their studies, provided they find a way in which to enjoy learning. I completely understand the stress, anxiety and low moments that can come from A level studies; being under a great deal of pressure on top of being in a learning institution and being taught in ways you don't enjoy is not conducive.
I can provide support to students up to graduate level in History. My specialism lies in Modern American history, however my undergraduate has exposed me to all periods of History so can happily teach to suit your preference/needs. I am friendly, organised and personable and have experience working with children of primary school age.
I base my teaching depending on the students learning ability, whether it be creating visual aids for revision or going through the material and exam specification.
I like to focus on what my student struggles upon point by point. I believe consistent practice is key to overcoming issues.
I am a University student with good A levels offering 1 to 1 tuition to an A level standard. Structure will consist of me explaining a topic, you asking questions. Then me prompting you to explain it back to me. From there we will discuss the finer points of the topic.
I've been tutoring in English and History from GCSE to university level for over a decade, and really enjoy working with students on finding ways of making learning fun, interesting, and relevant. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English and History to university level, and Media Studies to A-level.
I am a thirty-four year old father of one, with a first class History degree (BA Hons) from the University of Oxford and a Masters in Print Journalism from the University of Sheffield (Distinction). I offer bespoke one-to-one tuition in and around Sheffield. I specialise in tutoring History at A-Level and GCSE but I also offer help with university applications and Oxbridge interview/exam prep.
My name is Esther Richardson I am a Masters student at the University of Sheffield, I have a BA (hons) degree in History and Philosophy and I am training to teach secondary school History. I love History and I love to teach. Lessons will mostly cover essay writing skills, how to handle primary sources and how to interpret historians writings.
Hi, my name is Will Terry, I am currently in the second year of my undergraduate degree, and I would love the opportunity to pass on any knowledge relating to French or History that people are looking for.
Hello! I give lessons to students studying history at GCSE and A-Level. My lesson structure will be dependant on what period of history you want tutoring in, but will mostly be given as a lesson in the first half and then working on exam questions and techniques in the second half.
21 year old student with 2:1 in History giving lessons to Secondary School children to prepare them for their GCSEs. I am very patient and understanding, and know that sometimes people take a while to learn. Therefore, I will take time to make sure you/ your child has grasped the information.
I am a second year student at the University of Sheffield studying Politics and International Relations. I offer 45 minute lessons on topics within the disciplines of history, politics and English / literacy for a wide range of students. As a tutor I aim to make my lessons fun and engaging while also challenging students to bring out their full potential.
I take a student-centered approach to learning, coaching and facilitating student learning and overall comprehension of material, as well as monitoring progress.
My teaching method is uniquely tailored to the strengths and weaknesses of anyone i teach. I approach subjects either thematically or periodically, depending upon the relevance to the subject. I tend to spend at least 10 minutes reflecting on the conclusions from my lessons, ensuring the student explains in their own words what they have learnt.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach History and Geography to A-level, as well as English and Maths at GCSE. I am currently completing a TEFL too to teach English as a Foreign Language. - Tell me about your qualifications. I graduated with a single Hons degree in History (2.1) from the University of Exeter after gaining Maths, History and Geography full A-levels, and Chemistry A2.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? KS1 - 4 English KS1 - 5 History KS1 - 5 Religious Studies and Philosophy KS1 - 5 Citizenship and Political Studies TEFL, ESOL, Handwriting for Dyspraxic and other special educational needs pupils, Common Entrance Exam practice, University Entrance Exam practice, KS2 Sats practice and catch up. - Tell me about your qualifications.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach History and Geography up to A Level, English and Maths up to GCSE Level, and most subjects, except languages, up to Key stage 3. I teach basic literacy and numeracy at all levels. - Tell me about your qualifications. BA (Hons) Humanities 2:1; PGCE. - How much do you charge? Standard fees are £17 per hour.
I like embedding study skills in lessons so that students become more independent and understand exactly how to study. I also believe that learning requires more than reading and memorisation, so I try different tailored approaches to learning dependent on the student.
I base my lesson structure depending on the needs and wants of the individual student, altering the lesson to fit how they best work and take in information
I teach using online sources, ie workbooks, multi media and more traditional methods. I identify the needs of the learner then create a bespoke package for them.
My teaching method would be based on a set up that corresponds to an Oxford style tutorial; 1 on 1 communication, analysising contentious issues and recurrent debates within scholarly work and research.
I would like to give lessons to GCSE students and younger, who wish to receive extra help in history. I approach topics with enthusiasm because, despite some seeming 'boring', all topics in history have something interesting worth learning about. My teaching methods include, discussing the topics and putting across opinions on both sides, as well as creating spider diagrams and planning out essays.
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