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Ellie W.

Currently unavailable: until 10/12/2016

Studying: Architecture (Bachelors) - Nottingham University

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Hello! I am a second year univeristy student currently studying Architecture at the University of Nottingham. The great thing about studying architecture is it allows me to combine my love of maths and science with my creativtity. 

Tutoring:

I feel the best way to learn is to make the subject interesting and engaging. When covering the content of a subject I will always strive to find ways to make each topic memorable, with activities or techniques to help students process the information.

Personally, I am a visual learner, so I will use pictures and diagrams to explain ideas. I am aware that individuals learn differently,so I can adapt techniques to best suit the student. 

Once a topic is covered, exam questions will be attempted to solidify the subject and ensure a deep understanding. This also gives a chance to teach exam technique which is crutical when taking gcse's. 

Studying Architecture:

If you need any help or advice with applying to study architecture and producing a portfolio I am happy to help having successful completed the process myself! 

Get in Touch:

I am happy to adapt to whatever you child requires: whether it is with learning material, strengthing their exam technique or building confidence in an subject, send me a message and I'd love to try and help. 

Hello! I am a second year univeristy student currently studying Architecture at the University of Nottingham. The great thing about studying architecture is it allows me to combine my love of maths and science with my creativtity. 

Tutoring:

I feel the best way to learn is to make the subject interesting and engaging. When covering the content of a subject I will always strive to find ways to make each topic memorable, with activities or techniques to help students process the information.

Personally, I am a visual learner, so I will use pictures and diagrams to explain ideas. I am aware that individuals learn differently,so I can adapt techniques to best suit the student. 

Once a topic is covered, exam questions will be attempted to solidify the subject and ensure a deep understanding. This also gives a chance to teach exam technique which is crutical when taking gcse's. 

Studying Architecture:

If you need any help or advice with applying to study architecture and producing a portfolio I am happy to help having successful completed the process myself! 

Get in Touch:

I am happy to adapt to whatever you child requires: whether it is with learning material, strengthing their exam technique or building confidence in an subject, send me a message and I'd love to try and help. 

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16/02/2015

Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Maths A-level (A2)A*
Physics A-level (A2)A
ArtA-level (A2)A*
English LiteratureA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
ArtA Level£20 /hr
ArtGCSE£18 /hr
EnglishGCSE£18 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£18 /hr

Questions Ellie has answered

Describe the formation of a gorge.

A gorge is formed as a result of a change in rock type at a waterfall. At the base of a waterwall the pressure and hydraulic action of the falling water causes the softer rock which is underneath  to erode forming a plunge pool. Over time this continues to erode backwards, undercutting the harder rock which is on the surface. Eventually the over hang is so great that the hard rock can no longer support its own weight and therfore collapses. This process continues and is repeated over hunderds of years causing the waterfall to cut back into the landscape, leaving a steep sided valley known as a gorge. 

A gorge is formed as a result of a change in rock type at a waterfall. At the base of a waterwall the pressure and hydraulic action of the falling water causes the softer rock which is underneath  to erode forming a plunge pool. Over time this continues to erode backwards, undercutting the harder rock which is on the surface. Eventually the over hang is so great that the hard rock can no longer support its own weight and therfore collapses. This process continues and is repeated over hunderds of years causing the waterfall to cut back into the landscape, leaving a steep sided valley known as a gorge. 

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