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Secondary Law Tutors & Secondary Law Tuition

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Tom

Tom

Masters: Bachelor of Civil Law; Distinction (2015)
I have assisted in teaching mooting to beginners. My general approach in languages would be an emphasis on a solid understanding of the grammar rather than the trotting out of set phrases, but this obviously depends on the tutee's level, and just how far they want to go in the language. For history I would probably emphasise understanding the mechanics of an argument. However, once again, this all depends on the tutee, and I will...
Geraldine
7 weeks turned that into an A and B respectively. I have been overwhelmed by the response from both my students and their parents alike. I have found the last two years, the most rewarding of my life. I personalise my approach to each student, making sure they are able to access what they need in a way that suits them. I have a fun and personable approach, but always with the end goal in...
Jessica
preparing for GCSE and A Level English and Law and hold sessions at lunchtimes for students. My approach to teaching is simple it has to be engaging. The two most important aspects with learning and teaching is 'What do I want a student to learn?' and "How am I going to get the student to learn it based on their individual way of learning?'. All my sessions will be sequenced into a scheme of work...
Andrew
and Constitutional, Contract, Criminal, Employment, Equity and Trusts, EU, Insolvency, Housing, Human Rights, Land and Tort Law. I am a friendly and approachable tutor, who tries to engage students as a role model as well as a teacher. I feel it is important that parents are involved in the tutoring process, so that they can help support the student and encourage their studies beyond the classroom. I keep parents informed of progress and problems at...
gain entrance to Norwich Cathedral School. I run a small French Club for KS1 children- based on singing and games. My belief is that for tutoring to succeed it must engage the learner. I try and make my lessons as interesting and relevant as possible, looking not only at the subject matter, but also any problems with learning itself. I am encouraging, whilst also expecting appropriate effort from the learner. I like to be able...
James

James

Professional: Diploma in Teaching (2013)
having this engagement, worthwhile learning simply doesn't happen. The student has to be the number one priority. Being able to talk to the student about common interests as well as the subject matter will allow them to have that moment of escapism before being brought back to the subject at hand. My sessions, although structured to the syllabus being taught are always adaptable and so therefore the style of my teaching will always adapt to...
Christopher

Christopher

Masters: Master of Laws (LLM) (2000)
the use of standard software applications. I am able to teach face to face and over the internet. I have high quality experience in teaching the following: Land Law, Equity & Trusts, Contract Law, Criminal Law, English Legal System, Tort, International Law, Property, Employment, EU Law, Civil Litigation, Human Rights Law, Business law, Company law, Immigration, Personal Injury, Evidence, Client Care Skills, Legal Research Skills, Introduction to Law & Practice and Professional Ethics. My approach...
Andrew

Andrew

QTS: PGCE (FE) (2008)
teaching A Level law for ten years with outstanding results. I have also taught GCSE law and Access Level 3 law to adults. I also have experience of teaching on an undergraduate programme in a college setting in partnership with Salford University. I take a positive, can-do approach to tutoring students. I believe that the law can be made accessible to all with clear teaching. I have experience of working with students of all levels...
Mark
of ICT, Business Studies and Law at A level. I currently work at the most successful sixth form college in the UK. The key to good tutoring is firstly to build up a good working relationship with the tutee either remotely or through face to face tuition. Identifying the problems quickly is also very important through early diagnostics. Then discreet tuition can be given on areas identified which can range from help with research and...
Shanon

Shanon

PGCE: Legal Practice Course (2011)
break down the subject into manageable chunks, go through the key areas and consolidate by practising either with exercises or past exam subjects. As for French, it depends whether the tutee is an adult or a student. Naturally, an adult will be more interested in being able to have a conversation, therefore the topics will be around expressing thoughts and understanding a basic conversation in French. With students, the focus will be on the curriculum...

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