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East Anglia History Tutors and East Anglia History Tuition

With First Tutors you can find a local history teacher in the East Anglia region and across the UK. Private history tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence as well as increasing grades and doesn't have to be boring! Please use our search to find home history teachers near you in the East Anglia region and select which best fits your requirements.

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Tony
Sport and Exercise Psychology, Psychology of Education, Psychological Investigations, Synoptic Issues, Research Methods). 5. AS/A2 level, AQA-A Psychology (cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, biological, psychology, social psychology, individual differences, research methods; addictive behaviour, aggression, biological rhythms and sleep, data analysis and reporting, perception, relationships). 6. A2 level, OCR Ethics (meta-ethics, environmental and business ethics, sexual ethics, virtue ethics). 7. Undergraduate, Geography - ‘Dissertation: Redundant Masculinities'. 6. Undergraduate, Psychology - ‘Foundations of Biological and Cognitive Psychology Course'....
Dan
was described by Hodder Education as their number one highlight of the 2014 Schools History Project conference for my argument and analysis writing workshop. I have experience as a teacher and examiner of what the exam board is looking for to give full marks to the question being asked. As a tutor I get to know my students and to gauge where they need to be challenged, whether this is in the detail, the clarity...
4 class teacher, Yr 6 English teacher and a learning support teacher. I am a part time SENDCO in a day school and so am completely up to date with the requirements of the entry requirements of schools both local and further afield. I have lots of experience in dealing with outside agencies such as educational psychologists, speech therapists and occupational therapists. I am familiar with the requirements of 11+ and 13+ entrance exams. Self...
Eugenio
all ages. Of course I hold a QTS, have an online DBS in case you want to check, and can provide references, if necessary. Plenty, any age range, any level, with a high level of success I give priority to the person, and then I adapt myself to the student. When languages, I like tthe communicative approach. That means, speaking from minute 1. Of course, I do not forget about the other stuff, such as...
Zenobia
and handle archaeological equipment. More to the point, I have taught seminars on history as well as several ancient languages (I am familiar with Latin, Greek, Egyptian Hieroglyphics, Old Norse, various forms of Akkadian, as well as a few others). I also worked as a clarinet instructor for two years! My teaching philosophy is to adapt to the student: find their interests and explore them, in order to improve. I find that enthusiasm and memory...
Lindsay

Lindsay

Bachelors: 1st class English with Drama (2006)
happy to take on any challenge! I have often been asked to teach 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...
Kate

Kate

Bungay
English, French, Spanish, History, Entrance Exams, Study Skills
Bachelors: 2:1 BA(hons) Social Anthropology (2012)
for Girls (2009) French tutor for GCSE pupils at The Perse School for Girls (2006-2008). Volunteer Classroom Assistant in Primary School, Douai, France (2nd April - 29th April 2007) Having worked with children in a number of different environments, it has become clear to me that different children learn in a variety of ways. Unfortunately, this is not always catered for in a classroom situation. As a tutor I believe it is my responsibility to...
Amy
identified pupils' needs and tailored resources accordingly. I am very good at adapting to the needs of particular students and will always begin lessons with 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...

Lewis

Masters: Merit (2008)
by a new generation of students. Three and a half years in a high school working with students from ages of 11 to 16. Also one year's work within college working with students of 16+. Also the writing of articles for historical publications and magazines. A patient, methodical approach to all aspects of the study of History, from source analysis and evaluation to essay construction, writing and refinement, presentation/public speaking skills and the improvement of...
Hannah

Hannah

PGCE: Lifelong Learning Sector (2010)
adults History and Sociology in a Further Education College, to teaching History and Sociology at KS3, 4 and 5 in a secondary school. My particular expertise is in teaching GCSE History and A Level Sociology. I have experience of working with a number of different exam boards, including CAVA, AQA and OCR. I think it is important to go back to the basics with students rather than throwing them in at the deep end. I...

Counties: Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk

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This is the only place to find the best private history tutor for your needs in the East Anglia region, whether you are cramming for exams, looking to supplement your university education or furthering your professional / adult education. Our unique search will list home history tutors from the East Anglia region in your area according to their history lesson charges and distance from you. Before reaching an arrangement with a private East Anglia history tutor, you can ask questions through our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (usually set by the AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before exchanging your contact information. For those studying for history exams, we can help with SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Highers and entrance exams such as the eleven plus (11+) all over the East Anglia area.

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