I am a 2016 IB Diploma Programme alumni and first year International Relations student at the University of Exeter. I am very passionate about subjects I am teaching and I hope to pass some of my love for them to you.
I am friendly, patient and eager to help you as much as I can. I was an IB student a year ago, so I still remember the feeling of how hard it sometimes can be, so with all my knowledge of IB procedures, criteria and syllabus I will help you in your quest to pass the final exam with best possible grade or simply understand the subject better.
I am here to help you, so please tell me with which particular area you are struggling with, what would you like to revise or understand better and I will do whatever I can to meet your expectations or even exceed them.
I have been teaching kids for 3 years now as part of my voluntary work, so I have learned how to transfer knowledge to my pupils effectively and in the most agreeable way.
Moreover, as last year’s IB alumni, I am familiar with all the procedures, regulations and criteria while writing Internal Assessments and Extended Essay, so I can give you tips how to get best possible mark. What’s more, apart from helping with the specified subjects I can share with you my knowledge about the whole IB system and how organize your work to pass it easily.
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I look forward to meeting you!
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Hitler used propaganda both in his rise to power (when he was using the myth that Germany's defeat in the First World War was Jewish fault) and through his rule to strenthen and maintain his power. He set up the post of Minister of Public Enlightment and Propaganda (Joseph Goebbels) who created one of the most developed propaganda systems in the history. He was using effectively both traditional ways (such like newspapers and posters) and newest technology (radio, television, cinema - Leni Riefenstahl). Propaganda in Third Reich increased throughout the war mostly in order to hide the truth about the real state of Germany's arms and later - to hide the defeats; it was used also to maintain public support for war. Moreover, Nazi ideology, beliefs and iconizing of the greateness of the Third Reich were all being spread out through the media (worth to remember "Triumph of the Will" and "Olympia" - propaganda movies).
On the other hand, Hitler maintained his rule not only thanks to public support and effective use of propaganda, but also through the rule of terror. Even though Germans did not suffer such repressions as Jews, Slavs and prisoners of war the Gestapo (secret police) and SS units were present also on the terrain of the Third Reich. Before war - elimination of the political opponents e.g. The Reichstag Fire Decree (against communist in 1933) and The Night of the Long Knives (against SA in 1934).see more
1. Sodium (voltage-gated) channels open and Na+ diffuse into neuron (down concentration gradient).
2. Inside of neuron becomes positive compared to the outside, so potential is reversed = depolarization.
3. Wave of depolarization moves down the membrane.
4. Potassium channels open and K+ diffuse out down the concentration gradient.
5. Inside becomes negative compared with outside, potential across membrane restored = repolarization.
6. Active transport K+ (into neuron) and Na+ (out of neuron) restores resting potential.see more