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Private In-Home and Online History Tutoring in Memphis, TN

Receive personally tailored History lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can History tutoring help you succeed?

History entails a lot of studying and memorizing dates, historical events, and historical people and their impact on our lives. It is also a subject that is started early on and progresses through middle school, high school, and college. Since it is started so early and is prominent throughout your academic career, it is a very good idea to get your child some help with it so they may get ahead of the game. If you are seeking history tutoring near Memphis, TN, the educational directors at Varsity Tutors may help you connect with a tutor who could help your child work towards their academic goals.

They may struggle with conflict, heritage, and emigration. Or perhaps they are having difficulties understanding historical empathy, cause and consequence, and politics. Then there is the timeline of ancient world events, the 15th and 16th centuries, and different eras. It may be hard to keep all of this information straight, let alone excel at it. Don't hesitate to get help for your student with their studies! Call Varsity Tutors today to find history tutors in Memphis.

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Session Summaries by History Tutors

History Tutoring review by Brandon in Memphis, TN
The student and I continued our review of AP US history. HE continues to do very well. We spent the session reviewing his recent chapter reading in preparation for a quiz tomorrow. We also began our review of multiple choice questions.
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History Tutoring review by Rachel in Memphis, TN
The student is a very good student with a firm grasp on United States History. We discussed which viewpoint she would take in writing her essay on the US Constitution, as she had outlined potential arguments for both sides of the issue. After establishing her thesis statement, we outlined in greater detail her argument, including examples, supporting evidence, quotations, etc. We made plans to meet again to edit her rough draft.
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History Tutoring review by Gwendolyn in Memphis, TN
This week, the student and I covered the "Road to Revolution," specifically talking about the different acts put into place by the British government in the decade and a half leading up to the Declaration of Independence. We also broadly talked about a broad definition of "Constitution," as she has to write one for her class. Towards the end of the session, we talked about the 20 free response questions that she has to do in the class on the book "Master of the Senate" about L. B. Johnson in the next few weeks. She needed help the most this week with understanding the details in the PowerPoint because she doesn't have a good background knowledge in American History due to changing schools and so we went over every slide in the PowerPoint. To help study, I gave her a link to some great chapter outlines for her textbook that are online to use before studying/ reading the chapter to get a broad understanding going in of what to focus on and highlight, and I suggested that she consider answering the questions at the end of the chapter, even if it is just shorthanded notes, to make sure she's grasping the concepts. For the next session, she is to develop a thesis statement and analyze a DBQ from the previous year's AP test, so we can go over them together. She has not necessarily learned all of that material, as the question goes well into the 19th century, but the goal of the exercise is to extrapolate information that she may not necessarily be familiar with yet and to work on critical thinking. Overall, this was a great session. She is retaining a lot of the information we cover and with a little prompting, she can remember specific details from previous sessions or from her class.
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History Tutoring review by Jenna in Memphis, TN
The student and I discussed her DBQ essay on the motivations of elite and ordinary Americans during the American Revolution. I helped her parse the essay question, understand the documents and how they related both to the question and to each other, and structure her essay. We continued using the essay structure format template I sent her last week, and it seemed to help her organize her thoughts and better understand her perspective on the issue.
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History Tutoring review by Stephen in Memphis, TN
This introductory session was an exploratory time to meet and connect with the student and determine where the student is, what are her strengths, and the areas we need to work on. We will be meeting on Tuesday to work on a specific writing assignment.
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History Tutoring review by Amanda in Memphis, TN
During our last session we reviewed the material from the same chapter through a focus on the review questions that addressed the importance of U.S. involvement in global affairs, as well as individual political players impact on politics and the progression of U.S. political parties. We reviewed the impact of women's rights during this moment, as well as the contradiction of who was deemed worthy of freedom and liberty among revolutionary uprisings. For homework, the student should review the keywords at the back of the book and write out the definition and significance for each as part of his study process for his next exam. Overall, he is doing well and keeping up with the material.
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