Middle school students may seem too young to introduce politics to, but civics are often a core component of social studies class. If your child is having a hard time learning how their government works, Varsity Tutors can refer you to a U.S. politics tutor who can help them feel more successful in class.
Here are some of the key points that may be discussed during U.S. politics tutoring sessions:
- The Three Branches of American government (Legislative, Executive, Judicial)
- Checks and Balances
- The Process by which a Bill becomes a Law
- The Electoral College
- The Differences between Democrats and Republicans
- Examination of Current Political Issues
U.S. politics tutoring sessions may be adapted to your child's individual needs and learning style. For example, a visual learner may be able to picture the system of checks and balances more vividly if they are provided with a chart that details how each of the three branches can check another. Alternatively, an auditory learner may benefit more from hearing their U.S. Politics tutor explain everything in a lecture format to build on what they learned in class.
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