Lucie  F. A Level History tutor, GCSE History tutor, GCSE French tuto...

Lucie F.

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History and Spanish (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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About me

About me:

I am a history and spanish student at the University of Exeter. My mother is French therefore I speak the laguage fluently and can tutor in this as well as my degree subjects. I enjoy teaching and have had experience in this as a gymnastics coach and a school mentor helping with languages. My main aim is to encourage people to feel that they an do it and I hope to be able to provide effective and enjoyable sessions that are targeted to individual styles of learning.

The sessions:

The sessions will be structered in a way to build knowledge and understanding of the subject with an emphasis on exam technique and questions. Although I have a rough plan for each session, they will be based around what you want to focus on or questions that you would like me to work on with you. I will also adapt the tasks to ways of learning that suit you but also push you to achieve your potential.

About me:

I am a history and spanish student at the University of Exeter. My mother is French therefore I speak the laguage fluently and can tutor in this as well as my degree subjects. I enjoy teaching and have had experience in this as a gymnastics coach and a school mentor helping with languages. My main aim is to encourage people to feel that they an do it and I hope to be able to provide effective and enjoyable sessions that are targeted to individual styles of learning.

The sessions:

The sessions will be structered in a way to build knowledge and understanding of the subject with an emphasis on exam technique and questions. Although I have a rough plan for each session, they will be based around what you want to focus on or questions that you would like me to work on with you. I will also adapt the tasks to ways of learning that suit you but also push you to achieve your potential.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
HistoryA-level (A2)A
SpanishA-level (A2)A
FrenchA-level (A2)A

General Availability

Pre 12pm12-5pmAfter 5pm
mondays
tuesdays
wednesdays
thursdays
fridays
saturdays
sundays

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
HistoryA Level£20 /hr
FrenchGCSE£18 /hr
HistoryGCSE£18 /hr
SpanishGCSE£18 /hr

Questions Lucie has answered

How do I write a strong argument?

The most important thing when writing is strong argument is that you clearly state your argument in the introduction and build on this throughout the essay to finally come to a coherent conclusion backing up what you first stated in the introduction. 

Both sides of the argument must be addressed in an essay as you must show that you have considered different points of view, but it is then up to you to show why one argument is more convincing than the other.

I would suggest the use of a Point Evidence Explain structure for each paragraph with a sentence at the end linking back to the question. This makes the point you want to agrue clear, demonstrates knowledge though some key facts to support the point and the explaination is your analysis of this point. Linking back to the question at the end encourages you to maintain a structured essay.

The most important thing when writing is strong argument is that you clearly state your argument in the introduction and build on this throughout the essay to finally come to a coherent conclusion backing up what you first stated in the introduction. 

Both sides of the argument must be addressed in an essay as you must show that you have considered different points of view, but it is then up to you to show why one argument is more convincing than the other.

I would suggest the use of a Point Evidence Explain structure for each paragraph with a sentence at the end linking back to the question. This makes the point you want to agrue clear, demonstrates knowledge though some key facts to support the point and the explaination is your analysis of this point. Linking back to the question at the end encourages you to maintain a structured essay.

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