I can provide tutorials for any level from A Levels to post-graduate. I aim to ensure that not only do my students have a good grasp of their subject, but also that they develop a good level of critical thinking, and where applicable are able to apply what they have learned to real life circumstances.
My teaching method is to structure each class around the individual and their needs. I focus on making sure each lesson is targeted at how the student learns and what topics or questions they are finding most challenging. This normally involves working on content at the start of the lesson and then going into more detail work on past papers and potential essay questions.
My main focus is on how students should approach exam answers. I teach a method that can be applied to any question or topic, a way of thinking about history that markers respond to. I also focus on sentence structure, paragraph structure and essay structure, as getting these things right is the easiest way to elevate exam or coursework marks drastically.
I am an experienced and passionate tutor with over five years' experience of working with children and young people aged 6 - 18. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Primary school maths and English GCSE English, History and Classics A Level English, History and Classics - Tell me about your qualifications. I am currently a History undergraduate at University College London.
I'm an experienced tutor whose many students and parents are delighted with their 11+; Gcse, and A level results. Overseas students gain confidence in conversation, writing, business English, English culture and social life, in a friendly atmosphere.
I am a friendly and supportive teacher with more than 20 years' experience teaching English and History from lower school to A-Level. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English and History - Tell me about your qualifications.
I implement techniques that I've learnt from my teachers over the years, as well as my own personal approach which have helped me in my own exams. Every student has a unique approach to learning, and so it's important that this is found and utilised by myself and the student.
I am a friendly qualified postgraduate in both History and Linguistics who is currently training to be a secondary history teacher at Cambridge University. I am very flexible and can adapt my tutoring style to the needs of each individual. - Which subject(s) do you teach? KS3/GCSE/A-Level/Undergraduate History English as a Foreign Language - Tell me about your qualifications.
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 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.
My method is based on individual needs and requests, and I am willing to make the lesson topic specific or more focused on exam techniques. I completely understand that with certain topics you simply need for the information to be conveyed in a different way in order to wrap your head around it.
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 methodology, in both classroom and one to one contexts, is to involve students as much as possible in their own learning and to guide them in the best direction to achieve their goals. I am very keen on getting students to take responsibility for their learning, as I believe this is the key factor in attainment at every level.
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 am a professional teacher, with three years experience. For most of that time, I've been teaching Politics in a university. I have an MA and a BA in Politics, from King's College London and Warwick respectively. I am also knowledgeable about Sociology, Economics, Civics and Philosophy. My teaching style is highly participatory.
I am offering lessons primarily to secondary school students, at GCSE, AS and A level standard. I’m currently on my gap year and endeavour to give engaging lessons, tailoring them to the students needs; whether this be providing new ways of learning informations, going through past papers and testing student’s knowledge, essay planing, as well as helping to develop good revision strategies.
I prefer active teaching where learners are shown how to learn rather than what to learn via project and discovery.
I am passionate about teaching, passionate about learning and have a strong journalism and performing arts background. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English Language and Literature, History, Drama & Theatre Studies. I also have experience in teaching English language skills to native Polish speakers (I am bilingual). - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a university undergraduate studying Biomedical Science at Kingston University. I studied History in Primary, Secondary, GCSE and AS level before moving onto Access to Higher Education: Biomedical Science. I mainly specialise in 20th Century history as it is my favourite part to learn and research but can do a bit of Medieval history as well.
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.
My teaching methodology is collaborative I believe in teaching to write essays collaboratively and structured content coverage to ensure the best outcome
I believe the best teaching is question-based. Asking questions helps students discover the answer for themselves, equipping them with the tools to proceed independently next time. Lesson structures are usually topic based. I like to teach the content first, link it to other areas of the subject in broader themes, and then cover how to apply it in exam contexts.
My teaching method is fundamentally collaborative. The pupil and I will identify the areas which need the closest attention and work together to create a comprehensive overview of their subject in accordance with the curriculum and exam specifications. The most important thing a pupil can take away from our sessions is a growing sense of confidence in their ability to master the subject.
Hi there! I'm a graduate in History from the University of Roehampton, an award-winning London University.
I absolutely love history. My undergraduate degree was in History and I'm currently doing my Masters in Public History. It's learning how to deconstruct and then create a narrative out of the facts of the past using logic and detective work. It's using analytical thinking and problem solving as well as having an open mind to the information in front of you.
My approach is understanding, from past experience of teachers/lecturers you can talk in great detail as much as you like but if its not in an engaging way the information will not stick.
My teaching is rigorous, engaging, fun and encouraging. I focus solely on the pupil and cater to their individual needs. Everyone is different so every approach I take will be uniquely catered to the student. I am your first step to success.
When I teach history I’ll focus on two strands: one will be content, which will cover the skeleton of the course before delving into more detail; and the other is technique, to further the essential essay and question answering skills of the student
Welcome to my webpage! Unlike many other tutors, I only teach my specialist subject, History, so you can rest assured that I will be able to bring very focused skills to bear on helping you or your son/daughter with their work. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach History to all ages from 11 onwards.
I have 14 years experience teaching and tutoring Geography and History up to A-level. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Geography and History at GCSE, IB and A-level. English at GCSE. - Tell me about your qualifications. PGCE (with QTS) Secondary Geography (Bath University) â€¨M.Ed (Birmingham University) â€¨B.
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