I'm Monica, a University of Exeter History student with a real passion for anything historical, whether that be Classical Civilisations, the Tudors or the World Wars! As well as this I've also studied Law at A level and the legal world is also something I enjoy studying and will enjoy just as much to teach!
I have plenty of experience with these subjects, and will be able to share my knowledge and skills to help my tutees get the most out of their studies and achieve the best grades they can. I also thoroughly enjoy teaching, completing two weeks of work experience at a primary school I am very patient and understanding.
How will I teach?
I would aim to help my tutee in two main ways: firstly I would help them learn, understand and remember the facts and knowledge they need to know. I know it can be very daunting to have to remember a whole textbook but I will be able to explain the content so it’s easier to comprehend. Secondly a major part of History, Classics and Law is essay writing, which once you've got the hang of it, you'll do great! I will focus on teaching my tutees how to write a structured essay and analyse sources, and will be more than happy to read and give feedback on their essays, because practice makes perfect!
Most of all I want to teach these subjects that I love, in as fun a way as I can. They're all so interesting and I'll use my enthusiasm to engage with the tutee, using pictures, diagrams, videos or whichever method my tutees prefer and learn best with, to share my knowledge and skills with them and help them do the best they can!
|History||A Level||£24 /hr|
|Classical Civilisation||GCSE||£22 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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