Emily W.

Emily W.

£18 - £22 /hr

French and Italian (Bachelors) - Manchester University

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About me

Hi! I'm a friendly student with a passion for languages, especially French! I also have expertise in history and psychology and would love to share my enthusiasm for the subjects. Having a motivating personality, I enjoy helping others and ensuring that learning is fun for them as well as beneficial.

Hi! I'm a friendly student with a passion for languages, especially French! I also have expertise in history and psychology and would love to share my enthusiasm for the subjects. Having a motivating personality, I enjoy helping others and ensuring that learning is fun for them as well as beneficial.

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I take a very structured approach to teaching. Therefore, you will receive many valuable notes in a simple manner to aide learning and the recall of these points. I also maintain attention and interest in the topics by ensuring their relevance to everyday life. Progress can be measured in the students ability to recall information and through the learning of topic points.

I take a very structured approach to teaching. Therefore, you will receive many valuable notes in a simple manner to aide learning and the recall of these points. I also maintain attention and interest in the topics by ensuring their relevance to everyday life. Progress can be measured in the students ability to recall information and through the learning of topic points.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
FrenchA-level (A2)B
HistoryA-level (A2)A
PsychologyA-level (A2)A
GermanA-level (AS)C
Extended Project QualificationA-level (AS)B

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Extended Project QualificationA Level£20 /hr
Extended Project QualificationGCSE£18 /hr
HistoryGCSE£18 /hr
PsychologyGCSE£18 /hr
French13 Plus£18 /hr
History13 Plus£18 /hr
Personal StatementsMentoring£22 /hr

Questions Emily has answered

How did Henry VII consolidate his power after taking the throne in 1485?

When Henry VII won the Battle of Bosworth in Leicester in August 1485, he inherited a country in turmoil. The War of the Roses had divided the country in half between the Lancastrians and the Yorkists and due to a weak and unstable monarchy, the nobility had gained much status and power, making Henry's position on the throne vulnerable. It was therefore vital that he consolidated his power. In order to resolve the War of the Roses, he, a Lancastrian, agreed to marry Elizabeth of York and unite the two parties together, lessening the threat of Yorkist Pretenders from Uprising against him. Furthermore, he ensured he coronation as King was before that of Elizabeth's to highlight how his claim to the throne was in his own right, not through Elizabeth. When, in reality, Henry had a very weak claim to the throne, only through his mother Margaret of Beauford. Furthermore, he crowned himself King before Parliament met to signify that he had the Divine Right of Kingship rather than him being elected due to parliaments acceptance. Henry's clever political moves here ensured a stable monarchy built upon the turmoil of the War of the Roses.When Henry VII won the Battle of Bosworth in Leicester in August 1485, he inherited a country in turmoil. The War of the Roses had divided the country in half between the Lancastrians and the Yorkists and due to a weak and unstable monarchy, the nobility had gained much status and power, making Henry's position on the throne vulnerable. It was therefore vital that he consolidated his power. In order to resolve the War of the Roses, he, a Lancastrian, agreed to marry Elizabeth of York and unite the two parties together, lessening the threat of Yorkist Pretenders from Uprising against him. Furthermore, he ensured he coronation as King was before that of Elizabeth's to highlight how his claim to the throne was in his own right, not through Elizabeth. When, in reality, Henry had a very weak claim to the throne, only through his mother Margaret of Beauford. Furthermore, he crowned himself King before Parliament met to signify that he had the Divine Right of Kingship rather than him being elected due to parliaments acceptance. Henry's clever political moves here ensured a stable monarchy built upon the turmoil of the War of the Roses.

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2 months ago

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What happened as a result of the Treaty of Versailles?

The Treaty of Versailles was set up. by the Big Three, (Britain, France and the USA) at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. It aimed to weaken Germany so much through its harsh treatment that they could not start another war again.To weaken Germany economically, Germany had to pay reparations of £6 million for the damage they had caused. Furthermore, to humiliate them, they had to accept all blame for the outbreak of the war. German land was to be taken away, like the return of Alsace-Lorraine to France and the army was to be restricted. Lastly the League of Nations was to be set up to promote diplomatic peacekeeping.It can be helpful to remember the terms of the treaty through the acronym 'Gargle':G - German land taken awayA - Army to be restrictedR -Reparations to be paidG - Germany to accept all blameLE - League of Nations to be set upThe Treaty of Versailles was set up. by the Big Three, (Britain, France and the USA) at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. It aimed to weaken Germany so much through its harsh treatment that they could not start another war again.To weaken Germany economically, Germany had to pay reparations of £6 million for the damage they had caused. Furthermore, to humiliate them, they had to accept all blame for the outbreak of the war. German land was to be taken away, like the return of Alsace-Lorraine to France and the army was to be restricted. Lastly the League of Nations was to be set up to promote diplomatic peacekeeping.It can be helpful to remember the terms of the treaty through the acronym 'Gargle':G - German land taken awayA - Army to be restrictedR -Reparations to be paidG - Germany to accept all blameLE - League of Nations to be set up

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2 months ago

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