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Dr. Howard A. Patten
I am a full-time, professional private tutor with years of experience, and an immensely successful record with my tutees. A former Teaching Fellow at King's College London, I have degrees from the universities of London, Jerusalem and Cambridge.... More
Personal teaching can accompany a student's learning should they find any part of the specification difficult. We know that some aspects of A-Level Government & Politics courses can be challenging. At Home Tutors Directory you can find a suitable tutor who can lend support and guidance to help you maximise your grades and increase your understanding. Some of our teachers cater for online Government & Politics tuition, via Skype over the internet or alternatively can provide coaching on a face to face basis in the comfort of your home..
AS-Level Government & Politics is categorised into three main topic areas. The first is the electoral system where the student gains an understanding of the different political parties i.e. Labour, Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats. Awareness and recognition of how these parties are organised as well as structure, financing, policies and manifestos are assessed at AS-Level.The second area covered at AS-Level is the organisation of structure of central government and representative institutions. This includes the role and structure of the House Of Commons, the House of Lords, the European Parliament and European Commission as well the roles played by the Prime Minister, the cabinet system and ministers within the civil service..
A2-Level Government & Politics concentrates on the role of politics in other geographical areas compared to AS-Level. A comparison of this includes politics in the USA where a comparison between UK and USA government is made including framework, executive and judiciary. The types of political parties and the roles of their political parties within the USA government are studied. The American electoral process and voting behaviour is also taught. Politics of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland as well as contemporary British Politics are also studied for the qualification of the A2-Level specification. This includes political culture, political parties, and changes within politics and environmentalism..
Students undertaking Politics at undergraduate and post graduate level a can specialise in several fields including political science, international relations and political communication.
College students can benefit with the help of private Government & Politics classes which can effectively boost grades for not only A-Level specifications but also courses such as IB or Higher Grade Politics. If you need practice for IGCSE Global Perspectives or any other Politics related syllabus, we can also assist you. Local Government & Politics lessons can successfully assist tutees with exam preparation whether it be getting to grips with the understanding of key concepts at A-Level, exam practice or university Government & Politics revision techniques. Alternatively we list specialist Home Government & Politics teachers, and tuition agencies who can help with proofreading and guidance in essay structuring for students studying postgraduate degree ( M.A and PhD ) qualifications also.
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