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Comparative Literature engulfs a wide variety of definitions, but it is generally considered to be the study of how literature from two distinctively different cultures relate to each other, paying particular attention to languages and cultures. If you are interested in receiving high school comparative literature tutoring, you will find what you need with Varsity Tutors. Varsity Tutors can locate an experienced comparative literature tutor experienced in helping students better understand the subject.

Comparative Literature is as complex and multi-faceted as the people studying it - that is to say, it is not easily pigeonholed or narrowed down. Students are required to familiarize themselves with many different cultures first, taking in their many textures, history and contributing circumstances. Students then begin to ask how those cultures differ, and how they might begin to compare and contrast the content based on language, the historical era covered, and the geographical setting.

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Recent Comparative Literature Tutoring Session Notes

Online Comparative Literature Tutoring review by Gita
We reviewed verbs today, having finished all of the lessons on verb tenses and conjugation. I brought large poster boards with me so that we could make two large charts for reference. One showed the three main verb tenses, their definitions, and how they are made; the other showed the different subjects that are used for conjugating verbs. We finished with an introduction to subject and predicate. I assigned one page in their grammar workbook on this topic for homework.
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Online Comparative Literature Tutoring review by Gunnar
We worked on revisions to the student's first draft of a persuasive essay. Points of focus included citation conventions and sentence-level editing. She developed and practiced strategies for MLA formatting of citations, identifying and repairing run-on sentences and establishing pronoun agreement.
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Online Comparative Literature Tutoring review by Suzanne
Today was our first session together. The student, her mother, and I discussed their expectations and what they are wanting to cover during our classes. The student and I reviewed what makes up a five paragraph essay, an overview on important points including such things as the thesis. We began to re-read the first 15 pages of "Fahrenheit 451", as she has a big essay due on the book.
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Online Comparative Literature Tutoring review by Emily
Today the student and I worked on more grammar practice. In our previous session, I gave him a homework assignment that required him to write sentences for each definition from his vocabulary. We went over the sentences. He does get confused sometimes when translating the sentences from Mandarin to English. Literal translations don't make as much sense between Mandarin and English. However, he did well aside from that little issue. We also did some more grammar practice focusing on past and present tense, as well as present continuous and past negative tenses. Our next session will consist of a quiz and some more of the worksheet practice.
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Online Comparative Literature Tutoring review by Samantha
I helped the student review her final paper and start brainstorming points for her take-home final. She made all the changes the teacher requested to the final paper, plus addressed some other concerns.
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Online Comparative Literature Tutoring review by Jeremy
During today's session, I primarily helped the student prepare for her English midterm. We reviewed grammar concepts including adjective phrases and noun phrases, and also discussed some of the works she would be tested on, including the Iliad, Gilgamesh, and the Odyssey. Moreover, we discussed review strategies and resources. In addition to doing English, we also reviewed a few biology concepts.
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