I am a University student, so I have completed my History GCSE, History iGCSE, and History A-level, as well as an A-level in Politics. I would love to help everyone at all levels up to A-level, whether it be KS3, GCSE or A-level.
I make sure that learning takes place in a relaxed, friendly but studious situation, tailored exactly to what the pupil requires. I base my classes on the prescribed content and exam technique but also try to encourage a genuine interest in the topic.
I will primarily base my teaching on the relevant topics and issues the student would like help with. Although I have greater familiarity with the IB specification and structure than A-Level, I should have no problem assisting with essay structure, exam technique and historical knowledge. My knowledge of History topics is fairly broad but will be dependent on what period the student is studying.
I am a Sixth Form student currently studying A levels in Mathematics, Theology, History and having also completed an Extended Project Qualification in the study of Law. I like to involve my students in activities that best suit their ideal learning methods. I try to appeal to their hobbies and creativity in order for them to become fully immersed in the content.
I'm approachable, so will be willing to assist with any questions. There's no such thing as a stupid question. Will give lessons to GCSE, A-Level and Undergraduate students, as well as Postgraduate students on the LPC. Lessons will be at your own pace, to make sure student understands everything.
One of the methods I would aim to use is that of using past papers to help improve grades - so that students are able to write two points and explain. I would also use thinks like mysteries to help learn basic concept - ie relating to rivers or coasts.
I have recently completed a 3 month cover period as a History Lecturer at a 6th form college. I had excellent feedback from the students and from my work colleagues. I personalised the lessons as much as possible as I regonise that each person has unique traits and preferences for learning.
Hello My name is Shania and I am a first year history Student at the University of Birmingham. History has always been my passion and thus have excelled in it having received A grades for GCSE, AS level and A level history. the classes I will be providing will help and assist you in your studies and make exam revision easier and less stressful.
Exceptionally patient and understanding, able to approach topics and ideas from different directions and different angles. Through multiple roles both within university and externally working with teams and individually, i have fermented excellent communication skills and social abilities and would tailor each tutoring session to the student in question.
I am able to deliver one-to-one tutoring on an hourly basis to GCSE/IGCSE students in year 10 and year 11 for English, Biology, and History. I also can provide IB or A-Level tutoring to college/sixth form students for History and Biology. I can also assist hopeful medical school applicants in their UKCAT preparation along with their interview preparation.
I am extremely organised and motivated to help others succeed with GCSEs, A Levels or adult or casual learners. I will bring a planned session with me every week and find out as much about you, your goals and your learning style as I can to help me tailor my approach so you can get the best results.
I am a student at the University of Birmingham studying history and love writing essays. I have strong A-levels at grade A* in essay-based subjects and can help people who struggle with essays and writing to become more confident. My lessons are tailored to suit your preferences, using mind-maps if you are a visual learner, or acrostic poems or acronyms if you are a verbal learner.
My lessons are aimed at students studying GCSE and AS/ A Level Biology. My teaching methods are based very much on individual students preferred learning style, for example if you're a visual learner then lessons can be based around constructing a diagram of a biological mechanism or creating visual cues to help remember sequences.
My teaching method focuses on positive relationships. Positive relationships are fundamental to successful teaching, ensuring that lessons are fun and modern! I’m a PgDipEd graduate from the University of Birmingham. I am also a qualified refeeree, refereeing football matches for over 8 years now.
I base my lessons on what topics the students already know and on how well they now them. I produce my own resources such as work sheets and I would advise the students to make as many notes as they can on theses. After two weeks I would plan a test to see how well they have obtained the information I have given to them in the following lessons.
My teaching method is to teach each study and then show how individual studies can be put together to answer essay questions. I would teach content according to what exam board the student is part of which will allow all the relevant information to be covered.
I base my classes on the requirement of the student. I approach each topic in details and would like my students to inform me about the topics they would like me to cover in the class in full details beforehand so that I am fully prepared with weekly lesson plans and practice tests as required and also be prepared to assist them with homework and other class assignments.
I am currently a student doing her GCSE's and would love to help other students do well in their GCSE History exams. I have found learning acronyms helps you remember basic facts and statistics, which can then be expanded on. I am very patient with other people and have found teaching other students has helped me improve and would like to share the improvement along to other students.
My teaching method is close following of the specification provided by the exam board of my individual students. After discussing with my student about their personal learning traits, I decide on a learning plan best suited to the individual.
My teaching method centres on guiding the candidate to find effective learning methods for themselves based upon what I found useful throughout secondary school. I am very talkative and seek to create strong bonds with my tutees, in order to best find what works for them.
With an extensive family background in teaching, and a passion for history, the social sciences and English language, I am eager to share my knowledge and understanding of these subjects to benefit other students at either GCSE or A level.
I have been giving lessons in GCSE Mathematics to a 13 year old student. We sat together and decoded the specification and took each topic, taught the topic to one another, the student was then tested on the topic (tests ranging from easy to difficult) and if the student was comfortable with the topic, we then moved on.
I am a very patient and rounded facilitator who likes to be in the know of things so as to keep my lesson up to date and interesting.I mainly base my class/lesson on the KWL strategy(K- what you know, W- what you want to know and L- what did or have you learnt). The above gives me an clear view of how well my students are grasping a lesson and what improvement is needed.
I study Archaeology at University with modules in Ancient History. Previously studied modern history at GCSE, early modern history and classical civilisations at A Level. Focusing on practical study skills for effective learning and revision along with essay structure and writing skills.
I tend to teach by asking the students what they think and trying to go from what they know. I think it is important to try to elicit as much as possible from the student, rather than just tell them the answer. I tend to use film and card sorting activities with my students to make the lesson more memorable and/or more student-focused.
I am training to be a fully qualified teacher and furthermore have previous successful experience in tutoring. I teach a range of humanities subjects at KS3, GCSE, and A-Level and have motivated students to excel and achieve. I have the necessary DBS certificate.
I base my lessons on what the student wants to study from their syllabus, and will later focus on the topics they need most help with. We will aim to go through your syllabus for your exams, and make sure that you are fully prepared for any exams or coursework you have.
I would be very happy to offer private tutoring in History/English Literature/Geography/Sociology to school students studying for their GCSEs or A-Levels, in addition to offering sessions for History students at University.
I prefer the methods of Plato who engaged his Students in Discussion and shared experiences. I have also given lectures. On-line Study is useful when Students are from further afield. Sometimes it is beneficial to involve the teacher and the pupils in experiential scenarios.
Learning in any capacity can be hard, its often difficult to grasp concepts, motivate yourself and bring everything together in the end to succeed. That's why I take a person centred approach, we go from where you're at. I help you to get your head round what you can't understand and to feel more confident going into exams and assignments.
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