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I am an experienced tutor offering comprehensive A-Level Sociology support for exam preparation and assistance with homework.

I offer specialized tutoring in GCSE History, focusing on key topics such as Education, Crime and deviance, Theory and Methods, and A-Level essay writing style.
As a seasoned tutor in Sociology, I possess a deep understanding and expertise in various sociological topics. I am well-prepared to guide students through the intricacies of this captivating field, providing them with valuable insights and tools for critical analysis. I bring these topics to life by integrating a diverse range of resources, including thought-provoking readings, current sociological research, and real-world case studies.

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The class is taught in:English

About Me

Hey there! I'm Ezra, and I recently completed my degree at Durham University, where I earned a 2.1 in Anthropology. Humanities and social sciences are my passion, and I can't wait to share my enthusiasm and knowledge with students like you. Currently, I'm gearing up to pursue my Masters in Gender and Sexuality studies. Apart from my academic accomplishments, I am devoted to nurturing a love for learning and critical thinking. My aim is not only to help you excel academically but also to ignite a lifelong curiosity about the world around us. I'm deeply passionate about these subjects and eager to help students cultivate their curiosity. My ultimate goal is to not just improve your grades but also to instil a profound appreciation for the humanities and social sciences, fostering a lifelong love of learning. I place a strong emphasis on cultivating critical thinking skills and encouraging students to think for themselves, this is key in social sciences and humanities. I believe that education is not just about memorizing facts, but rather about developing the ability to analyse, question, and form independent thoughts. I provide students with opportunities to engage in thought-provoking discussions, problem-solving activities, and case studies that promote analytical thinking and creativity. To foster an engaging learning environment, I incorporate interactive games and activities into my tutoring sessions. I ensure that my teaching approach is aligned with school goals and exam requirements. I familiarize myself with the curriculum and examination expectations, tailoring my lessons and materials accordingly.

Education

BA- 2.1 in Social Anthropology from Durham University
A-Level- A* in Sociology and Government and Politics
A in History
GCSE- 9 (A**) in English, History and RE

Experience / Qualifications

I have gained valuable experience as a supply teaching assistant. Working in various educational settings, I have had the opportunity to engage with students of diverse backgrounds and abilities. What sets me apart as a tutor is my exceptional academic performance. I take pride in achieving A* grades or above in each of the subjects I specialize in. This level of mastery allows me to provide comprehensive and in-depth instruction to my students.
I offer specialized tutoring in GCSE English Literature and GCSE speaking assessment focusing on key books such as An Inspector Calls, Macbeth and Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. As an experienced tutor in English, I possess extensive knowledge and expertise in various aspects of the subject. I am equipped to guide students through the complexities of English language and literature, bringing the topics to life with engaging resources and interactive teaching methods.
I offer specialized tutoring in GCSE History, focusing on key topics such as Crime and Punishment in Britain from c1000 to the present, Whitechapel from c1870 to c1900 (covering crime, policing, and the inner city), Early Elizabethan England from 1558 to 1588, as well as Superpower Relations and the Cold War from 1941 to 1991, and Weimar and Nazi Germany from 1918 to 1939.
I offer specialized tutoring in GCSE History, focusing on key topics such as Christianity, Islam and Non thematic studies. As a skilled tutor in Religious Education (RE), I possess a wealth of knowledge and expertise in various aspects of the subject. I am well-equipped to guide students through the captivating world of religious studies, fostering a deeper understanding of different beliefs, practices, and philosophical concepts.
Through personalized tutoring sessions, I strive to create a nurturing and supportive environment where children feel comfortable expressing their thoughts and ideas. I utilize interactive teaching techniques, incorporating visual aids, storytelling, and hands-on activities to make History/English/RE engaging and accessible to young learners. It's incredibly rewarding to witness their excitement as they connect with historical events, figures, and cultures. I believe that by instilling a love for history at a young age, I am not only helping them excel academically but also nurturing their critical thinking, empathy, and understanding of the world around them. I incorporate interactive games and projects into my teaching style.

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