I'm a 3rd year Bsc Geography student at Durham University who has a huge amount of passion for both geography and english.
I had a great tutor when I was a geography student in high school and she ignited my passion for the subject, and I would love to do the same for you as well as helping you get the best grades possible.
I will aim to make the tutoring sessions as exciting, friendly and useful as possible by focusing on what YOU need in terms of exam preparations, techniques and general knowledge of the topics you are studying, as well as making sure you are comfortable and happy with what you're learning.
I achieved an A* in both Geography and English at A Level so I am highly qualified in both subjects and would love to make them seem easier (and more fun!) for you. And hopefully, come results day, you'll have a huge smile on your face.
When I was in my final year of 6th form I assisted the teacher in GCSE geography lessons giving me some experience in tutoring and I absolutely loved seeing the progress the students made and it taught me how to adapt my tutoring method to best suit each individual students learning style. Because of this I am sure I will be able to adapt my tutoring to your specific needs.
I have also tutored both English and Geography for 3 years now, from Year 8 to 6th form levels.
Any more questions?
If you want further information you can book a free 'Meet the Tutor Session' where we can chat about anything you're confused or concerned about. Or you can send me a 'WebMail' and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
I can't wait to meet you!
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First of all, know the story. Study guides or even talking about it with a friend or teacher can help you learn and understand the story and the themes that run through it. Once you've got this down, the rest is easy!
Your interpretation of the language of the novel/story is the most important part of your essay. This is how the author put across their point, and why. This 'how' part is looking at the way in which the author portrays emotions and thoughts. The author will use literary devices such as metaphors, similies, speech and irony in order to demonstrate a certain meaning or feeling. In the essay one should focus on the effect the language has. This should always be supported by quotes from the text, and any quotes should be thouroughly analysed.
An example discussing "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee; The author uses similies to allow the reader to better visualise the setting. For example when Lee describes the ladies of Maycomb as "soft teacakes with frostings of sweat and sweet talcum" it allows the reader to visualise the sickly sweet setting and perhaps suggests that their more unpleasantly human qualities and behaviours (such as sweating, but also their thoughts) are only just hidden under a thin layer of sweetness.
This is just an example and you dont need to know the story to understand how the interpretation can work. It can be applied to any novel and can go into as much or as little detail as you want. The best essays interpret just a few points but go very deeply into each. It is quality, not quantity of points you are looking for.
Deforestation occurs for a variety of reasons. These are some of the main causes of deforestation.
Countries require food and in order for food to be grown farms are necessary. In order to create space hundreds of acres of forest are cut down for each farm.
Logging is another reason for deforestation. Logging can be very profitable and therefore hundreds of thousands of trees are cut down every year to be sold. Rarer trees fetch a higher market value and therefore they are targeted by loggers, which is reducing biodiversity and causing some species to become endangered.
Extraction of minerals is also another cause of deforestation. Quarries require a huge amount of area and due to the complete destruction of the land regrowth once the quarry has stopped being used is almost impossible.
Hydropower requires large dams, which require a large amount of land to be flooded. Although this isn't directly cutting down the trees they are unable to survive whilst being flooded and therefore thousands die. The pollution that sometimes occurs in rivers can also poison the forest and cause the trees to die.
Finally, population pressure can cause deforestation, especially in areas where space is limited.
The impacts of deforestation can be serious and wide reaching. The effects of deforestation vary with location and extent of deforestation.
Deforestation has a significant impact on the environment, the most dramatic of which is the loss of habitat for millions of species. Forests also play a vital role in the hydrological cycle. They protect the soil from drying out by protecting it from the sun and ensure water returns back to the atmosphere. Forests also absorb thousands of tons of CO2 every year and without them greenhouse gases in the atmosphere will increase, leading to increased global warming. Forests also reduce the impact of floods. Without them the impact of floods will increase significantly, as seen in Bangladesh.
Those that rely on forests for their livelihood and survival are finding it increasingly difficult to do so as more and more of their home is destroyed. This includes indigenous populations who use the forests for most aspect of their lives and people who rely on the tourist industry brought in by the forests such as the rainforests of Brazil. Deforestation reduces the natural beauty and therefore could threaten the tourism industry.
If the tourism industry is affected it can affect the economy of the country which can further impact any measures to reduce/ recover forests, further increasing the problem (a positive feedback loop). Increasing impacts of floods will also cost more to repair, and protection from floods doesn't come cheap.see more