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Norfolk History Tutors and Norfolk History Lessons

First Tutors enables you to find Norfolk history teachers in your local area. Our service profiles Norfolk history tutors offering popular subjects such as English, Maths and Chemistry, but also niche subjects such as Latin. Entrance exams, SATs, GCSEs and A-Levels local history tuition are all catered for across Norfolk. Please use our service to search for Norfolk local history tutors in your area and select which best suits your requirements.

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Lindsay

Lindsay

Bachelors: 1st class English with Drama (2006)
exam technique, and the students have had very good results from my approach. My approach depends on the individual. I find it helpful if the student can supply me with examples of their work before the first session. The first session is often an exploration of their approach to their work, so that I can identify areas that need special attention. I will occasionally give the student work to do on their own time if...
Amy
a discussion with students and/or their parents and with activities to assess the level and needs of a pupil. As well as aiming to find out about the weaknesses of a student, I also aim to discover their strengths and preferred learning styles so that my lessons will be engaging and will be built around the way in which the invidual student best works. Throughout my sessions, I encourage students to reflect on their learning...
Ryan
lower academic ability to attain successful passing grades and to build students self esteem. My tutoring methods are adaptable to the needs of the learner, whether it is to enable a student to form a successful essay technique or to help with revision strategies ahead of important exams. The sessions I give will be interesting, innovative as the situation demands it and directly relevant to the needs of the student. Most of all, I aim...
Cary

Cary

PGCE: PGCE (Drama), QTS awarded June 2002, Central School of Speech and Drama – London (2002)
the positive relationship between teacher and pupil, I try to engage my students to think and develop their own positive relationship to the subject, to become 'self-actuated' learners. I believe good teaching, whether one-to-one or in classes, is about guiding students through the forest of information available, pointing out the important trees along the way, letting them get 'off the beaten track' to explore for themselves, and (if necessary) re-directing them towards the goal to...
Allison

Allison

Bachelors: History 2:1 (2014)
want to be able to help as many people as I possibly can - I know how tough some assignments can be!! I am very relaxed and laid back in the way I teach, making learning more enjoyable and consequently more productive and memorable. I will provide powerpoints and word documents that will greatly assist your learning. For example, I can provide step-by-step guides to writing the perfect essay or even the perfect dissertation! I...
Jennifer

Jennifer

Sheringham
Maths, English, Biology, History, Psychology, Entrance Exams
Bachelors: 1st BA Experimental Psychology (2017)
the importance of having practical experience. I learned the need to always have a back-up plan and to stay positive and calm. Despite being difficult at times, it was one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever had. For example, in one art therapy session a woman I was working with was too scared to use the scissors and believed that she could not make anything worthwhile. After an hour and a half, I...

Ben

Masters: Modern History (2017)
the GCSE and A-Level curriculums are often extremely limited in their scope, I hope to supplement the curriculum with more advanced material so as to enhance the learner's experience and better prepare them for A-level and university study. I am a patient and caring person, with a good sense of humour that can relate well to young people. I have had work placements at a secondary school tutoring individuals in all ability sets. I have...
Luke

Luke

PGCE: Secondary Teaching (History) (2005)
and my enthusiasm for the subject will help students to become excited and focused on the topic being studied. Tutoring should be a mixture of explanation of a topic, exploration of different ways to approach a type of question and detailed feedback explaining how you could improve an answer. Central to this, is the idea that a student needs to know clearly how to improve their work. Feedback will be specific, focused and clear in...

Gary

PGCE: Secondary Geography (2008)
help students improve in their understanding and confidence across humanities subject areas. I can I have been working in humanities departments in high schools for 10 years, teaching geography, history, religious education and citizenship. The advantages of tutoring is the ability to build a good rapport and tailor delivery to the needs of an individual. I tend to find that discussion and questioning often underpin a students ability to become conversant in a topic area....

Towns: Diss, North Walsham, Norwich

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