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Studying History Will Make You A Better Person

"What's the point of history?"As a history teacher, I was often given people's unadulterated...
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In Defence of History (Degrees)

“Society doesn’t need any more 21-year-old sixth century historians.” So said the Vice...
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Why You Should Visit Museums

Many people struggle to make sense of the past from books and documents. This is a big problem...
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Using Orwell to teach good historical writing

In a 1946 piece for the magazine Horizon, the writer George Orwell (the pen name of Eric Blair)...

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    I'm an experienced tutor whose many students and parents are delighted with their 11+; Gcse, and A level results. Overseas students gain confidence in conversation, writing, business English, English culture and social life, in a friendly atmosphere.
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    I am a friendly and supportive teacher with more than 20 years' experience teaching English and History from lower school to A-Level.
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    Initially tutoring the Classical languages, I now specialise in tutoring, motivating, instilling confidence in 10 to 13 year olds to become independent learners, in preparation for pre-tests and scholarships to the top British Independent Schools.
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    I'm a patient, dedicated and passionate tutor. I have also worked in professional journalism as a writer and producer, as a book editor and in human rights advocacy. I am also an experienced youth facilitator and workshop leader.
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    I am an experienced and graded 'outstanding' history teacher based in Beaconsfield. I offer a personalised, bespoke service for each of my students who will receive their own file with relevant resources for your course.
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    If you are struggling with aspects of GCSE or A Level History or Sociology feel free to contact myself for a free consultation about your requirements.
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  • How to reference A-level coursework

    Dr Janet Rose A-level History Tutor (Bath) Picture At this time of year, I am often asked how students should reference their History or English coursework.  For most people studying A levels, this will be the first time you have been asked to reference your work, but as you progress onto university this will become the norm for your academic...
  • learning all about modern warfare..

    Pete Goodland A-level History Tutor (Sheffield) Picture This particular IGCSE unit was fascinating. All the more so given that I knew little of the subject and suggested to the students we do the League of Nations, the Cold War or something I actually knew something about! Still, I'm never one to shirk a challenge, so onwards and upwards it was -...
  • Studying History Will Make You A Better Person Editor's Pick

    Ms Nash A-level History Tutor (Hemel Hempstead) Picture "What's the point of history?"As a history teacher, I was often given people's unadulterated opinion of my subject when asked what I did for a living. "Oh God, I hated history at school" or "I found it a bit boring, to be honest" or the self-explanatory "I did Geography". Unfortunately, my...

 

  • Why You Should Visit Museums Editor's Pick

    Dr Jaime Ashworth A-level History Tutor (North West London) Picture Many people struggle to make sense of the past from books and documents. This is a big problem for budding historians as History in schools and colleges is mostly historiography: that is, studying what has been written about what happened rather than what happened. Presented in this way,...
  • Keep Tutoring Local

    Frankie Evans A-level History Tutor (North West London) Picture In the past I've taken tuition jobs from across London, travelling up to 45 minutes to visit a family. Over time, I've realised that as well as the obvious drawbacks like travel time and costs, working with families on the other side of town is inconvenient in other ways too. It makes...
  • Using Orwell to teach good historical writing Editor's Pick

    Phil Child A-level History Tutor (Bournemouth) Picture In a 1946 piece for the magazine Horizon, the writer George Orwell (the pen name of Eric Blair) suggested that 'the slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts.' He was arguing against a rise in what he saw as 'bad English', characterised by 'pretentious diction'...