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How can History tutoring help you succeed?

Many students dislike history because they find it boring. It may be hard to get excited about events that happened long ago to people who are no longer alive. As most people may attest to, it is hard to perform well in a subject that simply doesn't interest you. You are much less likely to attend class, pay attention in class when you do show up, read the textbook, or study for exams. But with how much material there is to cover, you may quickly find yourself in a major hole if you approach your history class in such a way. The key to succeeding may lie with finding a way to make history more interesting. One of the ways you may do this is by working with a private history tutor. Let Varsity Tutors find you a professional history tutor in Jacksonville, FL, to potentially help you improve in your course.

A skilled and experienced history tutor may make history come to life. They may help connect the topics you are learning about to your other interests. This may help you engage with the material and gain a new appreciation for the subject. Your tutor is able to do this because they work with you on an individual level. They may spend as much time with you as they need to identify what areas of history are most likely to pique your interest. Once they have found topics that may interest you, they may devise a study plan to keep you engaged. Our educational directors are happy to help you locate an independent history tutor in Jacksonville.

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Jacksonville, FL History tutoring
This evening, the student and I began with a discussion of her English class and her upcoming research paper. I asked her about the research process and what she has learned so far. We then discussed a plan of action for getting the paper written, given the upcoming holiday break and some events that she has planned. We then moved on to AP world history. We started with a review of the material from last week (the Renaissance) and made connections to the current material (the Age of Exploration). She and I utilized the study guide provided by her instructor to work through the chapter, making connections to prior knowledge. We also discussed an upcoming essay on religion from 600 to 1450 CE. She has some very good ideas that she is planning to flesh out this week.
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Jacksonville, FL History tutoring
In today's session we continued our preparations for the student's upcoming (this Thursday) chapter 8 test. Using the sample test questions provided by the textbook, we went over each question together, where I checked his answers for accuracy and understanding, and provided correction and clarity where needed. We covered such topics as Blue Dog Democrats, the fragmentary nature of American political parties (especially in contrast to the more centralized and rigid European party model), the anti-political parties viewpoint shared by many Founding Fathers (including George Washington himself), and the pros and cons of a decentralized/ fragmentary party system. We agreed to meet tomorrow evening to continue our studying and test preparations.
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Jacksonville, FL History tutoring
In our first session the student and I began studying for a test he had the next day. We started by pulling out the main ideas from the chapter and discussing them together. We connected some of the topics together by using John Green's crash course series and the timeline located in the student's book. One challenge was not having the book physically in front of us and trying to navigate the different resources, most of which were online, but once we got a system going it went smoothly. During crash course I would pause the series to go back to connected situations in the text and I think that set a precedent for the student to feel comfortable pausing the series to ask clarifying questions and find his own connections to the text. His enthusiasm about the chapter was not very high when we got started but once we kind of got warmed up we were able to keep going, and the session seemed to fly by.
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Jacksonville, FL History tutoring
The student and I reviewed past material that she already learned in AP World History. The subjects covered were the Han dynasty of China, early Mesoamerican civilizations, the postclassical civilizations of China (Sui, Tang, and Song) and the development and spread of Islam during the postclassical era. Will be meeting again next Monday to discuss the other postclassical civilizations as well as review any material that she learned in AP World History over the past week.
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Jacksonville, FL History tutoring
Today was my first session with the student in AP World History. We went over all the Japanese and Russian sections for his upcoming test on Friday. He diligently took notes and seemed to grasp the material well.
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Jacksonville, FL History tutoring
The student has several World History assignments coming up, including a chapter quiz early next week and 3 chapter tests the following week. He is confident that he has the tools to mostly work on studying for those on his own. He and I worked mostly on a project due in a couple weeks that involves him interviewing a family member, presenting an artifact from home that he can relate to the class's studies, and presenting the information. Presentation skills and public speaking, it seems, are things we need to work on. We'll also start looking at DBQ's in more detail next session.
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