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Receive personally tailored Latin America 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.

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Latin America is massive and its history is extremely complex. The earliest history of the area includes the pre-Columbian empires of the Aztec, Inca, and Maya. Modern history covers the revolutions of the early nineteenth century and the political turmoil of the late twentieth century. Understanding all of this complex knowledge and history in a way that allows one to make connections, develop critical statements, and write argumentative essays can be extraordinarily challenging. Many students find they need additional assistance to keep up with their class work. Varsity Tutors specializes in helping students connect with qualified tutors.

Each nation in Latin America has its own unique history, but all of those histories are deeply interconnected to each other. The countries of Latin America all battled similar imperial powers in the early nineteenth century. Continent-wide wars affected many different countries at the same time in the early twentieth century. Cold War politics disrupted nearly every country in the region, with governments swinging wildly between policies and practices.

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Online Latin America History Tutoring review by Suzanne
Today we worked on Western Civ homework. The student brought some of her notes and we worked on getting answers for the summary from the notes. Then, since she had had difficulties filling out the notes for a film that they watched in class, we re-watched part of the film and worked on getting answers to the questions.
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Online Latin America History Tutoring review by Will
In AP World History we did some diagnosis of what his issues with the test are, his strengths/weaknesses. We charted a plan for the next week and a half in preparation for the exam. Covered Unit 1 of 6 during this session as well. Left a book for him to use to study.
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Online Latin America History Tutoring review by Ryan
Met with the student yesterday 5/8 from 7pm - 8:30pm. She completed all assignments from the previous week. We reviewed the assignments and discussed major empires that she did additional research on her on, showing great deals of motivation to learn. She felt that not doing questions on test prep was something she could do on her own, so we did more conversation and highlighting of topics that she still had limited knowledge on. I also asked questions that she was assigned from the previous homework, which she answered and understood. Finally she was given a lot of homework to complete that I felt was most pertinent to information she still needed to work on.
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Online Latin America History Tutoring review by Sherry
The student continues to review World History for his final exam. He covered post WWI United States, exploring the causes and effects of the Stock Market Crash in 1929, the election of Franklin Roosevelt, and the New Deal on American society and public policy.
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Online Latin America History Tutoring review by Robert
We discussed concepts and key terms related to the end of WWII and the beginning of the Cold War, including the dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan; the German partition, the Iron Curtain, and the Berlin airlift; the formation of Israel from British Palestine; and the emergence of national independence movements headed by figures like Gandhi and Ho Chi Minh. There is only one more chapter to discuss before we begin reviewing for the student's final.
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Online Latin America History Tutoring review by Whitney
Today the student and I began our session by working on her global studies project on Haiti. She was tasked with creating a timeline that explains the sources of poverty in the nation. She already has the beginning and ending of the timeline, so we worked together to fill in the events in the middle. She then worked to find pictures to add to the assignment. We also briefly discussed her current reading assignment in English (Greek mythology). She admits that it is better than her last assignment (Steinbeck's "The Pearl"), but she is still not a fan. She read the myth to herself and then we discussed it. For example, for Prometheus we discussed why Zeus did not want people to have fire and why Prometheus wanted to give the fire to them. We also discussed what happened to Prometheus and how that is related to nature. As yet, she does not have a project or assignment to complete for the book, she is just participating in class discussion about the myths.
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