Emma G. A Level History of Art tutor, A Level Italian tutor, 13 Plus ...
£18 - £20 /hr

Emma G.

Degree: Combined Honours in Social Sciences (Bachelors) - Durham University

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I am a Italian native speaker, now half way through my Bachelor in Social Sciences at Durham University. I am a very friendly and enthusiastic person and I truly enjoy tutoring. My passion for teaching started a few years ago, when I used to volunteer as a tutor in my high school. I taught Latin, English and History of Art to students at my age. My tutees appreciate my simple explanations, my preciseness and attention to details, and my patience in helping them with their subjects. 

Learning something new is exciting, but what a hard task sometimes! I can promise we can share this tricky responsibility!

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Government and Politics A Level £20 /hr
History of Art A Level £20 /hr
Italian A Level £20 /hr
Latin 13 Plus £18 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
Italian Language And LiteratureAdvanced Higher15/15
LatinHigher15/15
English Language and LiteratureHigher15/15
History of ArtHigher15/15
HistoryHigher15/15
Philosophy Higher15/15
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Questions Emma has answered

What is the main difference between old and new regionalism?

Scholars of regionalism tend to distinguish between 'old' and 'new' regionalism, referring to the two phases of this phenomenon. With the term 'old regionalism', we refer to the attempts at regionalisation and region building occured mainly in Europe from the aftermath of the Second World War ...

Scholars of regionalism tend to distinguish between 'old' and 'new' regionalism, referring to the two phases of this phenomenon. With the term 'old regionalism', we refer to the attempts at regionalisation and region building occured mainly in Europe from the aftermath of the Second World War to the end of the Cold War. This first phase of the phenomenon was deeply driven by the fear of new escalating tensions in Europe and the rise of the two super powers - US and USRR. With the end of the Cold War, instead, a new phase began and numerous regional international organisations were created. This time, what brought countries together was more the pression of globalisation and global economy than security issues. 

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