My teaching method is, naturally, heavily dependent on the student.
I am an experienced tutor and a professional lawyer. I can help you achieve your goals in Law, Finance, Accounting and Business. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Law, Finance, Accounting and Business Studies.
I have wide experience of teaching students from a wide range of different nationalities in London, for example: Russian, European, Indian, Taiwanese, Chinese, Middle-East, American, Latin American and African. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I have past & present experience of teaching Finance, Accounting , Economics and Business management - Tell me about your qualifications.
I believe that teaching should be tailored to the needs of each student, and based on how they learn. Law can be a convoluted subject, and my students have found my approach of starting simple and building up useful. In particular, they love using the tables and spider diagrams that I provide.
I am a qualified and very experienced teacher, with CRB and student references, offering "one to one" empathetic,enjoyable tuition designed around your needs so that you can confidently look forward to your examinations. - Which subject(s) do you teach? All Science and Science related subjects. I also offer Geography, Law (AQA, OCR and WJEC), Psychology and Sociology.
`Why take the risk? I am the only Tutor in the UK that guarantees success!` - Luke Jones, (Barrister, Qualified Teacher and international 'Super Tutor') "Highly Recommended" - Kuwaiti Royal Family - Which subject(s) do you teach? Why am I so expensive? YOUR Education and YOUR results are too important to leave to chance.
I am able to provide tuition or support for students at undergraduate up to PhD level. As a lawyer and academic, I am uniquely able to understand students' needs and to help them achieve excellent grades.
I am an Honours student at Glasgow University on course to graduate soundly with a graduate job already secured. I have acquired a vast grasp of legal knowledge and aim to simply pass this on to younger students needing some assistance with lessons or secondary school pupils needing help to prepare themselves properly for the LNAT.
I am happy to tutor anyone who is struggling with degree-level or A-level law. I enjoy the exchange of ideas as well as being able to discuss the more linear elements of law (as seen particularly in criminal and tort law). My methodology is to simply find out where the issue in understanding a specific area lies and then to break down the elements into small, manageable chunks.
We provide premium dissertation / Essay / Assignment / Coursework editing & consulting services and 1-1 private tutoring in London. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Take a look at our full list of essay consulting services below. We offer a broad range of consulting services to students and anyone studying in higher education.
I ensure that my lessons are flexible and dynamic, intending to maintain relevance, and spark the interests of my pupils. I am comfortable tutoring students up to undergraduate level, and enjoy using my skills to develop essay writing technique, to contextualise and critically assess the efficiency of law.
I am calm and relaxed, my style of teaching is very collaborative and open. I believe if I can't explain something simply then I don't understand it. The lessons will cover fundamental principles and move on to case examples so that you have authorities to use in exams.
The law affects every aspect of our everyday life. As such, it's important to understand how the law works in practice as well as in theory. In teaching law, I support my students to breakdown complex theories and consider how they apply in practical scenarios. I look to support my students to research the law and to find and interpret legislation, case law and academic articles.
During the course of these past 3 years, University of London has taught me that we must critically evaluate everything and that there is always two sides to a story. This approach is something which I have adopted and is always reflective in my teaching method.
I prioritise on understanding the topic. I give lessons to O Levels, A Levels and Pre-U students. I will focus on reducing complex topics to bite-size and easily comprehensible concepts. I encourage students to do their own readings and utilise tutor hours to ask questions, but am flexible to tailor the most productive learning methods for each student.
I approach each session by firstly discussing in advance what the student is struggling with and what they would like to work on. I will then prepare a brief summary of the topic as a whole with a set of notes which I will go over, followed a discussion with the student of any further questions or queries which they might have.
I discuss my teaching methods with students when they first contact me. We decide how the classes will be conducted together. I am very flexible and adaptable to individual needs.
Teaching is my third and final career and I love it. I get on extremely well with students of all ages and abilities and enjoy watching their confidence and competence develop quickly as they begin to achieve more than they thought possible.
Each subject has a very different nature, so each subject would have a very different methodology, as for every student there is a different methodology, and thats the reason I can really tell here what I will follow, that really depends upon situation to situation.
With private lessons, it is important to work out what the best strategy for every individual student is. After that I would structure the course and adopt teching methods to fit the requirements of the individual student. There is no one best way to teach/study, it all depends on the student's personal attutudes and preferences.
I base my teaching on experiences of the student and my own Relating the law to every day situations.
Offering; Criminal Law, Theft, International Law, Contract Law, Practice Legal skills, and Criminology; Policing, Prisons, Violence, Social research methods, Criminological theories, organised crime and other criminology modules.
I am educated to an undergraduate level in Law and am planning to start my LPC in 2019, the best learning structures for me personally were to take main notes in lecture and then consolidate them using notes from my textbooks.
My teaching method is to make sure the the basics are solidly understood and to then use these as building blocks for any more complex material.
My teaching method is: Compress information into a few pages of notes with key points! Explain in simple words, use slides , advise on reading material etc
I have a PhD, MPhil and BSc. I am friendly, encouraging, patient and, most importantly, I know how to impart knowledge. Everyone learns differently so I tailor my services to each individual. Above all, I make learning interesting.
I would teach to fit around you in order to cover the topics you would like to focus on.
I believe that teaching students should be a mixture of interactive tasks and writing tasks to benefit their ability to take things on board but also to prepare them for exams. I am a student so I know the type of lessons which are good and bad. The ideal level to teach is A level or GCSE.
The methods depend on individual subjects.
I explain the topic generally then go into each contingency into detail and explain all the issues concerning the student
We have thousands of Law General tutors online to help with Law General learning.
Find a Law General tutor near me to help you or your kids with Law General.