Social Studies

1-on-1 Individual Private U.S. History Tutoring: Homework/Projects/Writing/Tests

In this 1-Time class, I offer individualized 1:1 Social Studies Tutoring and enrichment for your Middle School/High School student for U.S. History homework, projects, Unit Tests, Quizzes, or Essay/Writing Assignments!
Miss Tamez, M.A.
11 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 3 learners
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35 minutes

per class

Meets once


year olds


learner per class

per learner

How does aOne-Timeclass work?

Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Class Experience

Learning Outcomes: 
*Build student History knowledge & skills 
*Guide students when conducting research or working on History Projects
*Support good study habits 
*Strategize for nervous test-takers
*Build Public Speaking confidence
Teacher Expertise: 
*Former Public School Teacher (10 years)
*Adjunct University Professor (6 years)
*New History Teacher Trainer/Mentor (7 years +)
*Tutoring Experience (10 years) 
*Test Prep Experience (9 years)
*University Research Assistant (2 years)
There is no homework for this course.
If students have a study guide, a project rubric, etc. they need to adhere to or focus on for their essay or writing, that would be very helpful to bring to class and to share with me prior to the start of class (Please see parent notes). 
Students have no formal assessments for this course.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
*Due to possible external resources used for review (approved by Outschool), this course is only available to students aged 13+

Although the primary focus of this class is NOT directly teaching History content, while reviewing and practicing Social Studies skills, trivia questions, primary source excerpts, and images students may be exposed to Historical references that may include but are not limited to: death, violence, racism, enslavement, war, genocide, disease, sexism, etc.   All topics will be addressed and incorporated in an age-appropriate way but may be sensitive topics for some learners.

Because instruction is designed around your learner's needs, parents are expected to be responsive in communicating prior to the start of class so I can adequately prepare. Ideally, to provide your learner the best, most personalized experience, I need to know what your learner needs help with at least 24 hours prior to the start of their first class date, and if your child needs any particular accommodations that you feel would help them.  Please expect a message upon enrollment. 

If students have a study guide, a project rubric, etc. they need to adhere to or focus on for their essay or writing, that would be very helpful to bring to class and to share with me prior to the start of class. 
If no particular books, notes, rubrics or study-guides are offered by students, then below is a list of (non-exhaustive) resources that may be used to support your learner and support their content background or practice questions: 

*Trivia/Questions & Skills will be based on Common Core Standards + Individual State standards+ the National Council for the Social Studies Standards that students are typically expected to master at the secondary level.  Some practice questions that may be used as inspiration for practice test questions for review may come from release test questions from various states that are free and available to the public.  Social Studies workbooks such as America's Story: Book One to 1865 by Vivian Bernstein and Passwords Social Studies Vocabulary: United States History Beginnings to 1877 by Curriculum Associates.

Content support notes & resources to be provided to students as a scaffolding tool will also come from Common Core Standards +State Standards as well as inclusive History Books such as:  
A Massively Collaborative Open U.S. History Textbook:

Excerpts from Primary Sources/Primary Source readers (for trivia questions where we touch on primary source analysis skills practice):
*For the Record Vol. 1: A Documentary History of America by David E. Shi & Holly A. Mayer 
*Call to Freedom (Reading & Activities): Beginnings to 1877 by Holt, Rineheart & Winston
*National Archives, or other websites that give access to primary sources

-If any additional resources are added, they will be updated in this description for parents to view. 


Miss Tamez, M.A.
Lives in the United States
Certified History Teacher & former College Professor
11 total reviews
27 completed classes

About Me

Hello Parents and Learners!👋 

My name is Miss Tamez and I'm passionate about Teaching future Historians👩‍🏫!
I want students to leave my classes feeling inspired, empowered, and confident!

*B.A. in History 
*B.S. in... 
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