Information About Halmat
Port Coquitlam tutor
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A passionate educator, with experience tutoring K-12 and university level courses, who strives to spread meaningful change by assisting students acquire the knowledge and language necessary to not only be effective but also exceptional writers, critical thinkers and objective communicators.
I have been tutoring social science subjects such as political science, international studies, sociology and history since 2015. The majority of my tutoring services for undergrads consists of clarifying complex concepts/theories and assisting with outlining and academic essay writing that meets the standards and conventions of writing at the university level. Furthermore, I have proofread hundreds of SFU/UBC applications and academic essays for countless students who have been successfully admitted to a university.
Aside from my undergrad services, I also have been teaching ESL (vocabulary, speaking reading, grammar and writing) at a private college in Vancouver Berton since 2015. I enjoy teaching because it has made me more versatile at dealing with student group dynamics and anticipating daily challenges.
Additionally, volunteered as a language facilitator and translator. As a matter of fact, it was while volunteering as an adult literacy tutor and a conversation facilitator for LINC and a citizenship class at ISS of BC that I discovered my passion for teaching.
Furthermore, I have had the privilege of teaching and supervising international students for a private college's summer camp consecutively since 2016.
Lastly, I have years of knowledge and expertise in IELTS, TOFEL and SAT preparation.
Below is a list of university courses that I have completed and can help with:
Simon Fraser University
IS 101 Intro to International Studies
POL 151 Administration of Justice
HIST 151 Modern Middle East
POL 201 Research Methods
POL 210 Intro to Political Philosophy
POL 231 Comparative Politics
POL 313 Political Ideologies
POL 335 People’s Republic of China
POL 339 Power and Resistance
POL 343 Global Political Economy
POL 344 International Law
POL 346 International Organization
POL 349 Selected Topics International Relations (Myanmar in Southeast Asia)
POL 448 Global Governance & Sustainable Development
POL 481 Identity Politics
University of British Columbia
POLI 240 Currents of Political Thought
POLI 303 Federalism In Canada
POLI 322 Japanese government and Politics
POLI 324 Southeast Asian Governments and Politics
POLI 449 Topics in Political Theory
POLI 360A Security Studies
POLI 361 Race, Ethnicity, Media, and Violence
POLI 369B Issues in International Security
POLI 372A Multinational Corporation and Globalization
POLI 449 Topics In Political Theory
SOCI 101 Social Interaction and Culture
SOCI 217 Research Methods
SOCI 303 Sociology of Migration
SOCI 342 Consumers and Consumption
SOCI 371 Classical Traditions in Theory
SOCI 387 Drugs and Society
ENGL 1103 Academic Writing
SOCI 1125 Social Processes
PHIL 1101 Critical Thinking
POLI 1101 Introduction to Political Science
POLI 1102 Introduction to Canadian Government
POLI 1103 Introduction to World Politics
HUMS 1171 World Religions: Oriental
HUMS 1101 Frontiers of Thought
HIST 1104 World History Since 1945
ECON 1103 Globalization and the World Economy
CRIM 1150 Introduction to Criminology
CRIM 1160 The Canadian Legal System
SPSC 1103 Conditioning for Sport and Physical Activity
SPSC 1105 Introduction to the Study of Sport and Leisure in Society
CMNS 3100 Language, Institutions, and Power
CMNS 1316 Understanding & Managing Interpersonal Conflict
My approach is founded upon the belief that educators must act as supporters and mentors that can guide students to unlock their hidden potentials and talents. Depending on the subject and level, my methods may vary but I often emphasize critical thinking, inquiry and scaffolding as effective teaching strategies to aid students in developing self-learning skills that will allow them to be able to effectively communicate and grasp the difficult language, concepts and ideas in a multitude of texts across in array of academic fields.
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Additional Languages: Kurdish, Persian
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Douglas College (2015) - TESL (Other) (✔ On File)
- Simon Fraser University (2014) - Political Science (Bachelors) (✔ On File)
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