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Local Religious Studies Tutors across Scotland

We can help you find the right private religious studies tutor in Scotland to compliment your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Local religious studies tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge as well as increasing grades. Please use our service to search for home religious studies teachers near you (anywhere in Scotland) and select which best suits your needs.

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Alex

Alex

PGCE: PGDE Secondary School Education (2010)
is being asked of them, and to help them to achieve it. I specialize in critical essay writing skills, creative writing, close reading and comprehension, and the understanding of set texts in poetry, drama and prose. I have many learning resources to help students with their English, including those texts which students may study at National 5 and Higher. I am very familiar with texts and good at helping pupils to understand poetry, short stories,...
Elise
and metaphysics. I am available weekday evenings and Sundays. I have been tutoring privately for over a year and was employed as a tutor of English as a foreign language while I was living in Paris. My approach is to equip learners with the skills for self-motivated study. Specifically, I offer guidance and support with: planning and structuring an essay, improving critical thinking, learning to read a text well, and developing personal research skills. I...

Blessings

Doctorate: PhD Global Health and Development (2016)
Edinburgh. As a required for Ph.D. students I took a teaching course and was teaching MSc students in Research and Social Policy and practice. I was also running student seminars to enhance their learning and understanding of various concepts in my area of expertise. My approach to tutoring is supervising and providing guidance to students on their dissertations, or Assignment questions. When they write up their essay or dissertation, I read through their scripts and...
Emily
I begin with an assessment of the pupil's needs and expectations, then a look at their existing skills. I then formulate a lesson plan according to their needs, and those of the parents where the pupil is under 18. A rough schedule/timetable will be outlined and they will be given a copy - over an expected number of weeks, or those set out at the beginning of the series of lessons. I adapt the schedule...
Monique
References can be supplied. As a young woman at university, and who has recent experience of studying and sitting for English examinations at secondary school, I find it far easier to engage with students and make the subjects that they are studying, interactive and fun. My lessons are structured, but taught in a way that is easy to understand, with a focus on independent and interactive learning. I also have experience of tutoring through online...
Stanley

Stanley

College: A level History (2015)
charge is low because the most important thing is the student gaining the skills needed to pass with the best grades. The first thing is to see where you are at in your knowledge and how you can apply this knowledge to a real life situation. When you can do this you will see the exams much easier. To understand how things work in a real life setting is important. The next stage is practice....
Rebekah
Oxford Royale Academy (both their 8-12 and their 16-18 courses). These summer schools aimed to challenge youngsters academically, and to prepare them for future applications to Oxford. I aim to be as friendly and encouraging as possible with my students, especially when they are young or nervous about their work. I believe that a huge part of a tutor's job is to develop a student's confidence. It is vital that they should feel at ease...
Lauren

Lauren

Bachelors: BA Philosophy - 1st Class Hons (2017)
tutoring a child for the last three years - teaching primary level English and Maths, plus homework coaching and guidance with various school projects. When I was in my last year of sixth form, I helped struggling students in year 7-8 Maths and English classes. I try to make the work light and interesting. If my tutee is having fun, they are far more likely to retain the information. This seems to me to be...
Philip
written 2 books and I have contributed to 7 more. A former Lecturer, I am currently a Head of Philosophy and Religion in a secondary school. I have a personal website and I'm on LinkedIn. Search for Philip . I have taught philosophy and religious studies and a number of other subjects, including history, politics, art history, sociology, museum studies and anthropology at secondary, undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Flexible. I will work with you to...

Our unique search will order private religious studies tutors (from Scotland) in your local area according to their religious studies tuition charges and proximity to you. Before reaching an arrangement with a religious studies teacher, you can ask specific questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (usually set by the AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. You can search for religious studies teachers tutoring at primary level, secondary level including GCSE, A-Level and even private religious studies tutors for adult learning, further and higher education - anywhere in Scotland! Finding help through private religious studies tuition (or using group religious studies tuition) has been shown to improve your chances of learning success and remembering what is being taught.

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Regions: Scotland