70% of my A-level students achieve A* or A grade. I'm an Oxford University graduate and a full-time professional tutor with many years experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? History, English Language, English Literature, Academic Writing, Entrance exams. I also offer academic proof reading for essays, dissertations, theses and articles.
Lessons are entirely tailored to the needs of the student and are contingent on their level of study, whether it be for school examinations or university-level assignments.
I am happy to teach a wide range of students from those academically inclined, to those struggling. I have successfully tutored a GCSE student from a 2 (in the new 9-1 system) to a 4 in four short months. Technique will depend on level of study and student.
My method of teaching is to encourage students to read around a topic prior to a lesson. The next lesson will then consist of a short lesson around the topic, before initiating discussion and debate about the topic. For students sitting exams such as GCSE or A-Level, I will regularly test the student's knowledge and approach to essay writing.
I aim to set lessons in response to the needs of the learner, I facilitate person centered learning and encourage the process to be a self empowering experience.I am comfortable with working with school students up to post graduate level.
Studying for History exams is about two things: learning the facts and learning how to write essays. Neither of these aspects require specialist knowledge up front. Firstly, I have developed many different ways of learning large amounts of facts.
My teaching method is informal and thorough. My favoured approach is to cover subject material in small chunks to ensure that all bases of knowledge are covered. I believe that teaching proper essay structure is vital to not only achieving success at higher level but a worthwhile lasting skill moving forward to university level.
I can tutor you in person in Sussex or remotely via Skype (anywhere in the UK). My approach is to a) help you understand any political concepts that you find challenging, b) coach you on your study skills and c) provide critical challenge and feedback on your course work.
My teaching methodology centres mainly around past-paper practice, understanding how to achieve the best result possible through a familiarity with the exam. The learning of new topics will be focused around essay titles and directed learning in order to form a consistent style of writing.
During an initial free session I will work out the needs of my tutee, these could be for instance identifying areas where their understanding of topic areas could be increased or improving their skills at answering questions during exams. From there I will create an individually tailored lesson plan to work to the needs of the tutee.
My teaching methodology is highly personalised, and tailored to suit the goals of the individual or group that I'm tutoring. If academic achievement is the object of our sessions, I'm happy to help with essay planning, revision, and increasing general comfort with the material.
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.
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 am currently in my third year at the University of Dundee studying for a MA Hons degree in History. I have also taken various modules in both Geography and Politics. I am also on the path to undertaking a teaching degree in order to teach history at secondary school level. I am happy to help with any content based learning as well as essay writing and exam preparation.
I like to break down a general topic into manageable lessons. Each lesson will explore a particular section of the general topic (Religion in the Medieval Period - Lesson One; Exploring the role of the Church throughout Europe. Lesson Two; Relationship between Church and State etc.
My teaching is unique in the sense that as mentioned previously it is not one way and can be altered to teach different levels and each individual. I am confident in teaching any level of my chosen subjects to any age.
I believe that learning is biological. I use psychological techniques to ease the brain into studying and to effectively memorise material.
My teaching method is largely based on how to revise. I will happily help people with their national 4, national 5 and higher level qualifications - whether they need guidance on coursework or help with their revision. I have a lot of experience with children and helping them within the context of schoolwork.
My teaching method is flexible depending on the needs of the student. As each student is different and learns best in varying ways, so I would alter my class and lesson plan to tailor those needs. I like to keep my lessons informal and create a relaxed and comfortable environment.
I base my classes using the assigned textbooks, syllabus and previous past papers. Utilising these and my past experience as a History student I can formulate the most efficient ways to understand, remember and apply historical knowledge.
My classes would take you directly to the world of Middle Eastern History, where you would learn the works and studies of renowned writers and thinkers of the region. With every new concept, you learn more about the general sociopolitical structuring of the region throughout history.
I approach each topic with enthusiasm and try to be creative in my thinking and advice. My aim is always to get students to read extensively and so direct them to the most useful books.
As a second year university student being proactive through active learning such as 'snap 10' which incorporates exam questions and team work to help my level and GCSE students from all backgrounds.
I am a qualified (ex-) secondary school teacher (Maths, English, Computer Studies); re-qualified as a psychotherapist and have worked as such (both privately and in the NHS) since 1984. I now work part-time as a counsellor and tutor. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I can teach Maths, English, Geography and Psychology - as well as topics such as Modern Studies.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Modern Studies to Standard Grade and Higher Level and would be able to help with certain topics in History (such as the Renaissance and Reformation, WW1 and WW2). - Tell me about your qualifications.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all Social Sciences. I excel at English, Psychology, History and Sociology. - Tell me about your qualifications. I am currently in my third year of a social science degree, preparing to do my postgraduate in teaching. - How much do you charge? I charge between twelve and fifteen pound an hour.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all Social Sciences (including Religious Studies and Politics) plus Biology, Law and specialist ESOL academic literacy - exam technique, academic writing, assignment preparation etc. I also teach literacy and dyslexia management. - Tell me about your qualifications.
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