Professional Turkish Teacher with a degree in Turkish Language and Literature
Hi there, my name is Elif. I am from Turkey and I live in Ankara. I have a degree in Turkish Language and Literature from Gazi University. Now, I continue my master's degree in Teaching Turkish to Foreigners. I am a Turkish Language instructor at Ankara University Tömer. Before teaching university, I have 2 years of experience teaching Turkish at public schools. I can help you with pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar to improve your speaking skills. Also, we can organize academic writing and reading sessions. I like to organize my classes according to the learning objectives of each student and I will be happy to help you achieve everything you set out to do in terms of your level of Turkish! I have learned English as an adult and I am still learning my third language which is Persian. So, I have already enough experience about how to learn a language, I could share them with you.
History Geography private lessons all levels possible online
To pass the History / Geography test, it is necessary to master the methodology and the knowledge required and it is for these purposes that private lessons are offered by a highly qualified teacher, very pedagogue and with a long experience in the field. teaching of the French system and also in the Tunisian system. Courses are offered at ALL LEVELS from college to Bac + university. With: * revision, summaries * consolidation of knowledge * work methodology and exercises * practice exams and tests In general, I create a positive atmosphere by transforming the classical course into a milestone story by its facts and dates and I adapt to your needs by offering you exercises and personalized courses to help you progress and help you build your career. own methodology. At Manar2
Mathematics, History , the orient culture , Arabic ,Heritage
My passion and love for mathematics, as well as my love for teaching this subject for many years, has been reflected in everything around me, as has my belief that students' mastery of this subject allows them to move smoothly into the other subjects because it helps expand the student's understanding of the other subjects. My passion and love for history stem from my understanding since I do not consider history to be a study subject, but rather a journey of seeking the truth, which if we do not achieve now, we will repeat the same mistakes of the past, but in the future.
Learn Armenian language, grammar, literature and history in Western Armenian.
Western Armenian is a language that has been put in the endangered language's list, and I personally believe that such a rich language should never die. I believe that I am taking a huge initiative to be one of the individuals who'll try to save this important language from disappearing. I try to make my lessons as interacting as possible. The lessons and exercises will be provided through PowerPoint presentations. I try to listen to my student in order to prepare the lesson plan together, according to his needs and preferences. I've always been the smiling and friendly tutor who makes the student comfortable during the lessons. I believe that in order to reach the students you need to understand them also emotionally and psychologically.
A class for students/those interested in politics and philosophy
Hello, future thinkers and aspiring philosophers! I'm Ollie, and I'm honoured to invite you on a journey into the realms of Politics and Philosophy. Armed with a passion for critical thinking and a comprehensive academic background, I hold a degree in Politics and Philosophy from the University of Sussex, complemented by A-level qualifications in the same subjects. 🎓 Academic Journey: During my university years, I delved deep into the intricacies of political theory and philosophical inquiry. My dissertation, a labor of intellectual love, explored the pertinent question of whether the 'New Left' bore any responsibility for the rise of right-wing populism. This investigative journey allowed me to navigate the complex intersections between ideology, society, and political movements. 📖 Key Modules: My academic journey was enriched by a diverse range of modules, each contributing to my comprehensive understanding of the subjects. Some of the key modules that have shaped my perspective include: Existentialism: Unraveling the profound questions of existence and individuality. Phenomenology: Exploring the structures of consciousness and the nature of experience. Philosophy of Religion: Investigating the fundamental questions surrounding faith, belief, and existence. Epistemology: Delving into the nature and scope of knowledge and belief. European Politics: Analyzing the political landscape of Europe, its challenges, and its evolving dynamics. American Politics: Examining the intricacies of the American political system and its global impact. French Politics: Unpacking the unique political landscape of France and its historical context. 💡 What to Expect: In this tutoring class, you can anticipate engaging discussions, thought-provoking analyses, and a nurturing environment for intellectual growth. Whether you are grappling with political theories, philosophical quandaries, or the intricate dance between the two, I am here to guide you through the intricacies of these captivating subjects. 🤝 Let's embark on this intellectual journey together. Join me for a transformative experience where we navigate the rich tapestry of Politics and Philosophy, unraveling the threads that shape our understanding of the world. Enroll now and let the exploration begin!
English University Preparation (including Oxbridge Interviews) and English teaching
I recently graduated from the University of Cambridge with a history degree. My goal is to help students learn English or prepare for Oxbridge Interviews. I have a very clear and simple teaching style and will provide progress reports. I can also assist students applying for any English university. I can give advice on personal statements, answer questions about the application process and help them to prepare for any entry exams.
History Tutor- Specialize in Ancient, Medieval, 20th Century World History, and History of the Americas
I am a high school Social Studies teacher at a private school on Long Island. I currently teach History of the Americas and Ancient and Medieval History. I am available to tutor 1 on 1 or small group sessions after school Monday through Friday and on Saturdays from 9am-1pm. I specialize in educating students ages 14-18 but am open to tutoring/teaching people 19+ as well.
IGCSE History Revision - European history (Russia, Germany) And Civil Rights in USA
History has always been my favourite subject to study at school, i have a huge passion. I am currently studying IB history at HL, i also achieved a 9 in IGCSE history. The sections that I can teach best are Weimar Germany and Nazi Germany, Russia, Civil Rights in the USA, i also have extensive knowledge on the Cold War and its events, Spanish Civil War and The South African Apartheid.
Η ελληνική γλώσσα σε διαθεματικές διδασκαλίες, σε ενότητες.
Η διδασκαλία της ελληνικής γλώσσας συνδέεται με τα μαθηματικά, τη φυσική, την ιστορία π.χ. Ολυμπιακούς Αγώνες. Συνδυάζεται με στατιστικές έρευνες, γραφήματα και με τα προγράμματα σχεδίασης, με τη χρήση εφαρμογών διαδικτύου π.χ. open ofice, figma κλπ.
History A LEVEL & GCSE Online learning with a qualified experienced history teacher
Qualified history teacher (PGCE) with several years experience teaching history and sociology in schools and online Primary to A level. I am passionate about creating and delivering fun and informative lessons, I have a passion for helping pupils achieve their own personal best with regards to exams and academic knowledge. If you would like to book lessons or have any enquires please reach out. I am a friendly and hardworking person and this openness to meeting and working with new people is seen in my approach to teaching. I enjoy private tutoring and have seen first hand the positive impact this has on an individuals academic outcomes. Look forward to hearing from you!
Pyramids, Chapels, and Stories: Religion in Ancient Egypt 8 Lesson course
In this 8 session (60 minutes each session) course, students will learn about different aspects of religion in ancient Egypt through the lens of different economic and social classes (i.e elite as well as lower on the economic scale). A lot of the information covered and our evidence streams will come from burials and funerary culture. Students will also learn about what ancient Egyptian writings say about religion and religious practices. Students can choose to take all eight sessions or just select the themes that draw them in the most. We do not have to follow the order listed in the content breakdown. Weekly Breakdown 1: Intro/ The Written Word part 1: literature and funerary writings 2: The written word part 2 3: Religion at the royal/ elite level part 1 4: Religion at the royal/ elite level part 2 5: Religion at planned settlements/ pyramid towns 6: Tomb aspects from Predynastic on part 1 7: Tomb aspects from Predynastic on part 2 8: Temples
Cleopatra and her impact on Ancient Rome from 46 B.C.E to 10 B.C.E
Cleopatra played an important role for ancient Rome, from being married to Julius Caesar and having his child, to being the reason for Augustus (formally known as Octavian) becoming the first emperor of Rome. We will discuss how she remained popular in Egypt while having loyalties elsewhere. How her decision changed the course of history. How modern and ancient historians talk about her. And how historical accurate the media represent her.
Drama: Understanding Theatrical Styles and the World of Play
Do you have an interest in understanding theater? Are you a keen actor who wants to learn more about Epic Theater and the birth of naturalistic acting? If you're a GCSE/A-level drama student who's looking to expand their own knowledge of theater to develop drama skills in achieving those higher grades, this class will prepare you to gain fundamental skills in writing essays and applying theatric concepts to practice. A breakdown of lighting, stage styles, drama practitioners, and historical applications will all be covered throughout these sessions,
Postgrad student offering tution in History GCSE and ALevels
I offer tutoring in History for GCSE and ALevel students. History has been my passion for years and I would hope to pass on some of that passion to my students. One to one lessons that can greatly benefit those who struggle in a large classroom environment and can make a large difference between grade outcomes. I base my lessons on the specific needs of each student and can offer the expertise of someone who has personally sat the new-style GCSE exams. Lessons are specifically tailored to the individual needs of the student and will involve supporting the student with their understanding of course materials and different historical time periods. It will also include practical tasks such as analysing historical sources and answering questions both verbally and in written format, depending on what best suits the individual and their goals/learning style. I am more than happy to provide tutoring for both exams and coursework. The first lesson will typically consist of a quick chat to establish what the student hopes to gain from tutoring and what requirements they have to meet to continue onto their next step (e.g needing a 7 to study history at A Level, or getting a particular grade at A Level in order to go to their top choice university). We will also discuss the course content to assess what level the student is currently at. We will then get started with some specific questions or topics. Further lessons will continue based the specific needs of the student as discussed in the first lesson. I do occasionally set work (usually due in for the next lesson), but I will never set more than 40 marks worth of work (GCSE)
Unveiling Islam: From Its Origins to Britain's Shores
Course Title: "Unveiling Islam: From Its Origins to Britain's Shores" Course Description: Embark on a captivating exploration of the rise of Islam, rooted in a historical perspective that draws from traditional Islamic sources. This course offers a unique opportunity to delve deep into the historical context and narratives surrounding Islam's emergence, while also critically examining these source materials to present a balanced and accurate portrayal. Additionally, we will explore the fascinating intersections between Islam and the wider world, including the Crusades and the impact of colonialism. Course Highlights: Historical Context: Immerse yourself in the socio-political and cultural landscape of pre-Islamic Arabia, setting the stage for the rise of Islam. The Life of Prophet Muhammad: Gain insights into the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), including his early years, the revelations, and his pivotal role in laying the foundation of Islam. Islamic Expansion: Investigate the rapid spread of Islam beyond Arabia, exploring key events, battles, and diplomatic endeavours that shaped the Islamic world. Primary Sources: Engage with traditional Islamic sources such as the Quran, Hadith, and early historical texts, uncovering the rich narratives and perspectives they offer. East and West in the Crusades: Explore the dynamic relationship between the East and West during the Crusades, with a particular focus on the fascinating characters of Richard the Lionheart and Salahuddin (Saladin). Analse their roles, strategies, and impacts on the course of history. Islam and Colonialism: Delve into the complex history of the Muslim world during colonialism, examining the effects of European colonial powers on Islamic societies. Explore the challenges, resistance, and legacies of this historical period. MA in Religion and Global Politics A-Level in Religion and Philosophy Completed a history module on the Muslim world, taught by Hugh Kennedy, which explored the rise and fall of Islamic empires from their inception in the 7th century to the present day, receiving a First in the module. Received a First in the study of Islam in Britain. Course Format: Weekly live sessions for interactive discussions and Q&A. Assigned readings from primary and secondary sources. Who Should Attend: History enthusiasts Anyone interested in gaining a nuanced understanding of the historical roots of Islam, its interactions with the West, and its experience during colonialism. Students of all ages will benefit from KS2 to University students of the humanities. Course Duration: 8 Weeks By the end of this course, you will have gained a profound appreciation for the historical context and events that led to the rise of Islam, the intricate relationships between the East and West during the Crusades, and the complex history of the Muslim world during colonialism. Unearth the mysteries of Islamic history, delve into the intricacies of the Crusades, and explore the impact of colonialism by joining us on this enriching journey through time. Feel free to further customise this course description to fit your unique teaching style and target audience. This updated description incorporates the additional class highlights you requested. Course Overview Week 1: The Life of Prophet Muhammad (570-632 CE) Early life and upbringing of Prophet Muhammad The revelations and the Quran Role in establishing Islam as a religion Week 2: The Expansion of Islam and Early Islamic Conquests (622-750 CE) Key events and battles during early Islamic expansion Spread of Islam beyond the Arabian Peninsula Formation of the early Islamic community Week 3: The Rashidun Caliphs (632-661 CE) The reign of Abu Bakr (632-634 CE) as the first caliph Umar's caliphate (634-644 CE) and administrative reforms Leadership and challenges of Uthman (644-656 CE) and Ali (656-661 CE) Week 4: Umayyad Caliphate and Muslim Spain (661-750 CE) Historical overview of the Umayyad Caliphate (661-750 CE) Governance, culture, and expansion during the Umayyad era Exploration of Muslim Spain (Al-Andalus) and its contributions (711-1492 CE) Week 5: Abbasid Caliphate (750-1258 CE) Rise of the Abbasid Caliphate and its contributions Cultural, scientific, and intellectual achievements during their reigns Week 6: The Crusades (1096-1291 CE) Introduction to the Crusades as a series of holy wars Key dates and events from the First Crusade to the Fifth Crusade Focus on the interactions between Western European and Muslim forces Week 7: The Ottoman Empire (1299-1922 CE) Origins and rise of the Ottoman Empire under Osman I The reign of significant Ottoman sultans, such as Mehmed II (the Conqueror) Ottoman governance, society, and cultural contributions Week 8: The Gunpowder Empires (15th-18th Century CE) Explore the rise and consolidation of the Ottoman Empire (c. 1299-1922 CE). Analyze the Safavid Empire's establishment (c. 1501-1736 CE) and its unique role in Persia. Investigate the Mughal Empire's expansion in the Indian subcontinent (c. 1526-1857 CE). Week 9: Karbala Narrative and Its Historical Impact (680 CE - 20th Century) Significance of the Karbala narrative in Shia Islam Influence on historical events like the Iranian Revolution Use of the narrative in the Iran-Iraq War Week 10: Islam in Modern Britain (20th Century - Present) Historical overview of Islam in Britain Contributions and cultural influences of British Muslims Contemporary Muslim communities and challenges