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English Literature is an essential skill used for English gcse which I have spent a lot of detail looking in to and I - myself changed my own gcse grades drastically using a lot of time and grade specific research. I specialise very confidently in Macbeth, an Inspector calls and Christmas Carol, however research for other topics will be covered in detail before we begin sessions. I intend on supporting my students with mindmaps, pushing them to explore deeper meanings which the examiner may have not heard and also grading exam answers. I want to make this as affordable as I can as I myself was once in this position and any student is capable of drastically changing their grade. I am very passionate about this subject and want other people to see the joy in it too. We can also cover love and relations poetry or war/conflict. Sociology is another subject I’m extremely passionate about and genuinely enjoy, I intend on going through exam papers and making mind maps and analysis on key sociologist and theories. I studied family, research methods and crime at gcse and (currently) second year on sociology A level studying education, family and households and crime this year. English is my native language, I read a lot of poetry and have taught some family members English in our own ESOL style type of class so I am willing to help anybody else who may be struggling
Sociology is the study of social behaviours, patterns and interactions in daily life. To assist students in further education, I provide lessons on AS and A2 subjects: The family, crime and deviance and social research. Any subjects are able to be included and should be discussed with me prior to the lessons. In addition to teaching the current exam curriculum, this service offers a thorough and detailed teaching method which will develop the skills and understanding of the student in order to pursue social research at a more advanced level that will be useful at university level.
Humanities · Sociology
Sociology adopts the perspective that individual behaviour can only be understood by studying people's social context and their webs of connection. This can lead the sociologist to many different topics of study from reproduction of inequalities in relation to social categories (such as race, class or gender), to the shaping of intimate relationships by wider cultural contexts, or the generation of resistance and protest by economic trends and crises. Your second and final year course units are usually assessed by a combination of coursework and examination. Other methods of assessment include: essays and other mid-term evaluations, which allow fuller development of and feedback on your knowledge and understanding dissertations, which promote the development of argument and fuller understanding of academic material and test the extent to which you can carry out work independently presentations and group projects, which promote teamwork and develop your communication skills.
Science · Social studies · Sociology
I specialise in tutoring Geography up to Postgraduate level, Science A levels, GCSE and AS Maths, and Sociology and Politics up to A level. My goal is to keep students up to date and thinking up to a high standard both within and around their subjects. Coming from an underperforming state school, I successfully applied to King's College, University of Cambridge, where I achieved a First Class degree in Geography (Human and Physical). I will provide individually catered lesson and progress plans for subject lessons, and can also provide assistance with personal statements and Oxbridge mock interviews.
Biology · Sociology · Geography
The class is to provide any supplementary help with Sociology at A Level. The aim is for it to be casual but to still have focus and clear intent. Sociology allows you to study the world around you. It is in our everyday lives! And, as you might have seen, a lot of theories come from old bearded men in the 20th century. So how can they possibly write about stuff that happens or is relevant in today's society? This is where you can use critical analysis to test how sociology works, and importantly, to use the tools it has given you to question what we take for granted. This is the main task of sociology; to defamiliarise the familiar. My teaching method is very much student-led. It is based on the problems that are brought to me so that they can be dissected, analysed and we can work together to see how to solve the issue. I know how it feels to feel like your question or problem is not worthwhile, or that you might feel a bit silly for not understanding something. However, I can absolutely say that you will never be the only person that has struggled with that particular concept or question (or whatever it may be!). I work on a no-judgement basis! Saying this, a lot of the time, students have an inkling about an answer, or partially understand concepts and theories, and more often than not they have the analytical tools to get there, but might get confused along the way or lack confidence in their abilities. It is simply about working through the issue logically. Sometimes just talking about it out loud can make it clearer! You generally know more than you think you do. It is about having confidence in your ideas. I am on track to receive a high class undergraduate degree in sociology, so hope to utilise the skills I have been developing over the past few years to help you in your studies!
Learn how to ace Sociology A-Level with me! Classes involve: 1. How to write an A* Essay 2. How to revise efficiently and quickly from textbooks- study smart not hard! 3. Cover the entire specification with detailed insight into Marxism, Functionalism, Feminism and New Right. 4. Topics include: Education, Crime and Deviance, Family, Religion, and Research Methods. 5. Specialised classes tailored to AQA exam board
Political science · Essay writing · Sociology