Shannara S.

Shannara S.

£18 - £22 /hr

Drama (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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About me

Hi there! My name is Shannara Morwenna Stevens, but I go by Morwenna (it’s weird, I know). I am from St. Ives in Cornwall, but I am currently studying Drama at the University of Exeter.

I chose to study Drama because I just love it. I have always had a passion for performing and I thought that I should do something that I enjoy at university. Also, after studying Drama at A-Level, I realised that there are so many elements to theatre making, such as directing, producing and set designing. So, I became excited by the many career paths that I can take by studying Drama. Furthermore, I am extremely interested in becoming a teacher and so by taking Drama, I can learn how to be engaging in a classroom environment.

I will help students to improve in my sessions, by first identifying what their strengths and weaknesses are in the subject. Therefore, I can structure my sessions around what they struggle with. I will keep working on these areas until I can see that they are confident in areas that they previously struggled with.


Hi there! My name is Shannara Morwenna Stevens, but I go by Morwenna (it’s weird, I know). I am from St. Ives in Cornwall, but I am currently studying Drama at the University of Exeter.

I chose to study Drama because I just love it. I have always had a passion for performing and I thought that I should do something that I enjoy at university. Also, after studying Drama at A-Level, I realised that there are so many elements to theatre making, such as directing, producing and set designing. So, I became excited by the many career paths that I can take by studying Drama. Furthermore, I am extremely interested in becoming a teacher and so by taking Drama, I can learn how to be engaging in a classroom environment.

I will help students to improve in my sessions, by first identifying what their strengths and weaknesses are in the subject. Therefore, I can structure my sessions around what they struggle with. I will keep working on these areas until I can see that they are confident in areas that they previously struggled with.


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About my sessions

In my sessions, I will have discussed with the student in the previously what we will be doing in this session. This allows the student to do any necessary preparation before the session (such as doing some revision on a topic). Then, I will ask the student how they coped during the week and if they have any questions that they need my help with at the start of the session. After that, I will break down and go through a question with the student and explain to them how they will answer it. Next, I will ask them if they understood that and then I will ask them a similar question and get them to explain how they would answer it. This will consolidate their learning and allow me to know if they truly understand how to answer the question. At the end of the session, I will set them a task to do for the next session, such as doing some revision over a topic or answering a question.

I think that encouraging the student to regularly complete revision tasks are important to help them to progress. This is because, as previously mentioned, revision is a great way to consolidate and encourage learning.

Furthermore, I will be able to measure the student’s progress by seeing their competence in the subject grow and by seeing their ability to answer questions improve.

In my sessions, I will have discussed with the student in the previously what we will be doing in this session. This allows the student to do any necessary preparation before the session (such as doing some revision on a topic). Then, I will ask the student how they coped during the week and if they have any questions that they need my help with at the start of the session. After that, I will break down and go through a question with the student and explain to them how they will answer it. Next, I will ask them if they understood that and then I will ask them a similar question and get them to explain how they would answer it. This will consolidate their learning and allow me to know if they truly understand how to answer the question. At the end of the session, I will set them a task to do for the next session, such as doing some revision over a topic or answering a question.

I think that encouraging the student to regularly complete revision tasks are important to help them to progress. This is because, as previously mentioned, revision is a great way to consolidate and encourage learning.

Furthermore, I will be able to measure the student’s progress by seeing their competence in the subject grow and by seeing their ability to answer questions improve.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
DramaA-level (A2)C
HistoryA-level (A2)A
GeographyA-level (A2)A
English Literature and LanguageA-level (A2)B

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrice
GeographyGCSE£18 /hr
HistoryGCSE£18 /hr
Geography13 Plus£18 /hr
History13 Plus£18 /hr

Questions Shannara has answered

In what ways were the lives of workers effected by the social policies of the Nazi Party? Explain your answer. (8 marks)

Workers were greatly affected by the Nazis between the years 1933 and 1939. They were affected because the Nazis wanted to keep the workers happy and satisfied so they would not revolt against them, because before 1933 workers were not strong supporters of the NSDAP. Therefore, many schemes were implemented in order to do this. One of these schemes was Strength through Joy (KdF), which gave workers rewards for their work, such as very cheap (or even free) hollidays. For example, between 1936 and 1937 1 million hikes were organised by the KdF. Therefore, this scheme made workers happy and more likely to support Hitler, which was important because the NSDAP needed workers to help with rearmament.However, the main aim of Nazi social policies towards workers was to actually maintain control over them and the reality of this control did not benefit all workers. For example, in 1936 30 million workers were members of the KdF, but only 7.4 million took part in an organised KdF trip in 1936. Furthermore, Hitler banned all trade unions because he did not want a repeat of the November Uprising in 1918, where the trade unions revolted and took control of Germany. Therefore, Hitler set up The Labour Front (DAF), which replaced trade unions. However, the DAF was more in favour of employer's wishes instead of workers' wishes. This was because businessmen were large supporters of the Nazi Party and so DAF helped to keep businessmen in favour of the NSDAP whilst keeping control over workers.Workers were greatly affected by the Nazis between the years 1933 and 1939. They were affected because the Nazis wanted to keep the workers happy and satisfied so they would not revolt against them, because before 1933 workers were not strong supporters of the NSDAP. Therefore, many schemes were implemented in order to do this. One of these schemes was Strength through Joy (KdF), which gave workers rewards for their work, such as very cheap (or even free) hollidays. For example, between 1936 and 1937 1 million hikes were organised by the KdF. Therefore, this scheme made workers happy and more likely to support Hitler, which was important because the NSDAP needed workers to help with rearmament.However, the main aim of Nazi social policies towards workers was to actually maintain control over them and the reality of this control did not benefit all workers. For example, in 1936 30 million workers were members of the KdF, but only 7.4 million took part in an organised KdF trip in 1936. Furthermore, Hitler banned all trade unions because he did not want a repeat of the November Uprising in 1918, where the trade unions revolted and took control of Germany. Therefore, Hitler set up The Labour Front (DAF), which replaced trade unions. However, the DAF was more in favour of employer's wishes instead of workers' wishes. This was because businessmen were large supporters of the Nazi Party and so DAF helped to keep businessmen in favour of the NSDAP whilst keeping control over workers.

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