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Trusted teacher: BACHELOR REVIEW classes (Social, Humanities), English, Catalan, Philosophy, Literature, History ... AND THAT. More than 20 years giving individual and small group classes in English, Spanish and Catalan. Academies and online. My name is Xavier. I was born in Barcelona ... a long time ago. I grow up in this town, but now I live a bit far from here. I studied at the University of Barcelona and in Huddersfield (near Shefield, Halifax, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, ... not very far from York: quite nice places and better people), and I've been teaching Catalan, Spanish, Philosofy , History and English for a long time ... since I was 16. What happened? Very short, I promise: I was walking down the street two years ago, from just opposite this private school, and I thought myself: well, you might enter this place and see. I like English language very much ... and the UK, ... but I don't have a poster of the Queen on my bedroom's wall. It was a sort of a blind date. And there she was: her smile, her diligence, effectiveness. Eva listened to me. And after two weeks she was texting me for a class. "Please, Xavier, can you cover for some classes?" And here I am. (That was two years and a half ago, at the Academy English Studio where I have been an English teacher for more than two years, untill 13th March, when the lady in charge said literally that she would pass my 59 students to another teacher because I had no Internet at home, as I had recently moved to another town and had not had time to set the Internet, and nobody could have possibly known about that horrible and destructive confinement). More than 20 years teaching and learning with my students. Online classes. Spanish and Catalan teacher, too.
English · Humanities · Philosophy
Trusted teacher: Philosophy lessons at Terminale, Hypocagne, Khâgne and University level Some philosophers write systems, others treatises, others aphorisms, and others philosophical essays. Whatever your "intellectual family" we will quickly learn how to make you discover it. A) For all Ter streams and 1st year of Univ Practical work throughout the year: 1) Support for students throughout the year in writing and correcting their homework. 2) Correct assignments before they are handed in. (Thanks to the interactive digital board, we write your first copies together). General introduction to philosophy for all terminal students 1) -Familiarization with the major fields of philosophy (Epistemology, logic, metaphysics, ethics, aesthetics) (2h min) 2) -Introduction to the history of philosophical ideas (1h30) 3) -Introduction to Greco-Latin etymology (30 min) 4) -Introduction to the currents of Greek philosophy (1h) 5) -Introduction to the main currents of modern philosophy (2h) 5) -Initiation in the use of computer and office tools (optional) 7) -Introduction to the methodology of the dissertation + writing of standard dissertations under the aegis of the teacher (8h) 8) -Introduction to the methodology of text commentary + joint writing of your first text comments (8h) Students can attend the class collectively, which will allow them to share the costs. B) Courses for pupils of Ter in difficulty: For those who are struggling in philosophy but who do not want to be penalized by the discipline on the day of the Bac test, we will find a solution to get you out of the rut. It is not necessary to be a great reasoner to obtain the average on the day of the Bac test; it is enough to master the grammar, the syntax of French and the methodology of the text commentary to obtain an honorable score (the academy forbids us not to give the average to the copies clearly Written and respectful of the philosophical methodology). C) Courses for students of khâgne-hypocagne and those of the university; contact me to explain your difficulties. -Correction of your copies. -Alternative fixes. - Drafting of alternative detailed plans. -TD: organization of your draft reflection in record time (20 to 30 min). -Finally, I offer group tutorials online. -Possibility of ad hoc in-depth studies on certain theoretical points. I hope you will avoid the "cold shower" of the 1st semester.
Philosophy · Math · Economics for students
Trusted teacher: Having been home-tutored (as opposed to attending a regular school) throughout GCSEs and A Levels, I have a deep personal experience of works and what doesn't in regard to tutoring. The most important aspect of teaching for me is flexibility: I strive to adjust my teaching style according to how you like to learn, whether that is through images, through debate, through listening, or through games (which is still totally possible at A Level!). I think the best way to teach is to start with the student. What do you find difficult? What do you enjoy? What motivates you? Having answered these questions, I will then tailor the subject matter to the student. I can cater for almost any historical interest you may have, whether that is the ancient Spartans, the history of medieval Islamic philosophy, or twentieth century Indian politics. The average length of a lesson is around an hour. The first few minutes will centre around getting to know you or your child, followed by a a tailored lesson on an area both of us feel best suits your needs, and finally ending in a game-based revision of what has been covered. How do I help with GCSEs? I teach the general historical narrative in an engaging way through interactive games to provide the general background to students. I help students develop the core elements required in an A* IGCSE/GCSE performance: an understanding of causation, historical analysis, and historical evidence. In basic terms, why stuff happens and how we can judge if it really did happen! I also tackle the most common barrier to excellent exam performance: essay-writing technique. Throughout I ensure that students become or remained enthused by history through including unusual characters and stories that would not be included in the classroom, often the icing on the cake that secures an A* grade. How do I help with A Levels? I negotiate the difficult transition from GCSE to A Level History by encouraging students to dive deeper into the past and the issues one confronts when studying it. I help students with the hardest element in the transition, essay-writing technique, by giving detailed feedback on their essays and tips on planning. I advise students how they can quickly and effectively respond to complex primary and secondary sources. I also can teach more specifically to ancient history (having achieved an A* in Ancient History A Level alongside the standard History A Level), covering Sparta, Athens, and Rome. How do I help with Oxbridge applications? I encourage students to reflect deeply on the study of history in a way that I have learnt while at Cambridge. I inform students of the type of questions they will be asked at interview and how they can tackle them. I help students preparing for the Aptitude Tests by broadening their horizons of study to areas and times that excite Oxbridge fellows.
World history · History · Philosophy
Trusted teacher: I. Academic Career: - Chargé d'enseignement (Cours magistral CM et TD) en Épistémologie et Histoire des Sciences, Université UTC de Compiègne, Alliance Sorbonne Université, PSL – Paris Sciences Lettres - QUALIFICATION (MAÎTRE DE CONFÉRENCES): French Habilitation in Philosophy and in History of Science and Epistemology; - PHD in PHILOSOPHY, Sorbonne University (Paris IV), très honorable avec félicitations du jury à l'unanimité ; - PHD in PHILOSOPHY, University of Macerata (Italy), magna cum laude; - MASTER II in PHILOSOPHY, Catholic University of Milan, cum laude; - BACHELOR in PHILOSOPHY, University of Trento, cum laude. II. Books: – (book) S. KONSTANTINOV – L. SAPOGIN, New Physics is the key to solving problems. Cosmology and Quantum Physics, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2020 [ISBN 978-620-2-92413-9] III. Articles: - Osservazioni fisico-teoriche attorno al primo scritto di Kant sulle forze vive del 1746 (1749), «PHYSIS», 53 (2018), pp. 143-173 ; - L’histoire du droit et la question épistémologique fondamentale de la Science « classique ». La méthodologie historique-critique dans la philosophie transcendantale de Kant, in N. Hakim (éd.), L’histoire du droit. Entre science et politique, Paris, Éditions de la Sorbonne, 2019, pp. 35-58 [ISBN 979-10-351-0324-8] ; – (intervention) Conférence organisée par la Société française de Philosophie Avoir des droits : pourquoi, comment, lesquels ?, séance du 21 novembre 2015, exposé de M. Jean-François Kervégan, Bulletin de la Société française de Philosophie, 109 (2015), 4, Octobre-Décembre, p. 43-44 [ISBN 978-2-7116-5078-1] ; – (article) « Il sonno dell Cultura genera mostri », in Scenari, 18 Mars 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 – (article) « Kant and a New Physics », in IJARPS, 7 (2020), 9, p. 13-26 ; – (article) « The Immanuel Kant’s Living Forces », by Stanislav Konstantinov and Stefano, in IJARPS, 7 (2020), 10, p. 1-7 ; – (article) « Parola e immagine », in Scenari, 23 Septembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 – (article) « Parola, immagine e rappresentazione. Note kantiane per un recupero dell’esistenza », in Scenari, 29 Septembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 ; – (article, Actes du Congrès SISFA 2019) « The vis viva (living force) controversy in the first kantian work [1746 (1749)] and his relevance for the Contemporary Physics », in Atti del XXXIX Convegno annuale – Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference, Pisa, 9-12 Settembre 2019, Società Italiana degli Storici della Fisica e dell’Astronomia (SISFA), Pise, Pisa University Press, 2020, p. 135-145 ; – (article) « Penrose, il Nobel e il sogno di una notte di mezza estate, ovvero: “Sogni di un visionario chiariti come sogni della (Meta-)Fisica” », in Scenari, 18 Novembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 – (article) « Immanuel Kant and Dead Matter », in IJARPS, 7 (2020), 11, p. 31-38 ; – (article) « La questione delle forze vive e la Meccanica di Aristotele nel primo scritto di Kant », La Cultura, LVIII (2020), 2-3, p. 277-297 ; – (article) Penrose, il Nobel e il sogno di una notte di mezza estate, ovvero: “Sogni di un visionario chiariti come sogni della (Meta-)Fisica”, in «Scenari», 18 Novembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 ; – (article) « Due osservazioni storico-critiche in merito al primo scritto di Kant sulle ‘forze vive’ e al Traité de Dynamique di D’Alembert (1743 ; 1758) », La Cultura, LIX (2021), 1, p. (?). IV. I teach for STUDENTS (from primary School to University), for BUSINESS and ENTREPRISE: - PHILOSOPHY (History of Philosophy and philosophical thinking) - ITALIAN (language, literature and culture); - FRENCH (language, culture, conversations, Philosophy); - LATIN (grammar and translation) - PHYSICS (Mechanics, Relativity and History of Physics) - MATHEMATICS - GEOMETRY (Euclidean Geometry and Grounds of Non-Euclidean Geometry) - LOGIC (Formal Logic, Philosophy of Language, Connotation and Dénotation Theory).
Italian · French · Philosophy
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French private lessons: Language and communication [ONLINE] (Paris)
Fawzi is friendly with an approachable manner. He is quick to understand your level of French and what needs to be achieved. He explains French very well and makes you feel comfortable even if you are inexperienced and looks for the positives in your approach to learning. I am happy with our training schedule so far and I hope to develop and gain confidence in my pronunciation of French and speaking.
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PHILOSOPHY (University Exams and School); ITALIAN (language, literature and culture); FRENCH; LATIN. For UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL and BUSINESS (Paris)
Stefano is very knowledgeable and with great intellectual capacity. He will guide you through the cultural/historical background of the language so you gain a much faster and deeper understanding of the language. I totally recommend him especially for people who wish to gain a good understanding of the language in a very short time.
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History, Politics & Essay Tutoring from Beginner to Advanced (Brixton)
Tom was really friendly and engaging to talk to! He helped me understand some philosophers and prepare me for my exam.
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