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Ms KH has 12 years of History tuition experience. She is NIE-trained and has a Master’s in History (Empires, Colonies and Imperialism) from NUS. Ms KH taught at MOE schools for 9 years and is a private tutor. Her home tuition students attended Canberra Secondary School, CHIJ St Joseph’s Convent, Crescent Girls’ School, Hwa Chong Institution, Eunoia Junior College, and Victoria Junior College.

Mr TJS has 4 years of History tuition experience. He has a Bachelor’s from NTU, majoring in History (First Class Honours). Mr TJS taught at a leading group of tuition centres and is currently writing their O Level and A Level History in-house curriculum for them. Mr TJS’s private tuition students attended St. Margaret’s Secondary School, Singapore Chinese Girls’ School, Hwa Chong Institution (Integrated Programme), National Junior College, Catholic Junior College, and St. Andrew’s Junior College.

Mr PW has 11 years of History tuition experience. He has a Bachelor’s from NUS, majoring in History. His private tuition students attended Anderson Secondary School, Christ Church Secondary School, Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary), Nanyang Junior College, Yishun Innova Junior College, and Raffles Institution.

Ms JL has 3 years of History tuition experience. She has a PhD in History from Harvard University, and a Bachelor’s in History from NUS (First Class Honours). Her private tuition students attended Catholic High School, St. Patrick’s School, CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School, Anglo-Chinese Junior College, Eunoia Junior College, and National Junior College.

Ms HF has 9 years of History tuition experience. She has a Master’s in History from  NUS, and a Bachelor’s in Political Science from NUS (2nd Upper Class Honours). Her private tuition students attended Cedar Girls’ Secondary School Integrated Programme, Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) IB programme, Presbyterian High School, Anglo-Chinese Junior College, St Andrew’s Junior College, and Temasek Junior College. 

Mr DT has 11 years of History tuition experience. He was a contract teacher at MOE schools for 5 years and is also a private tutor. Mr DT has a Bachelor’s in History from NUS. His private tuition students attended Damai Secondary School, Maris Stella High School, St. Anthony’s Canossian Secondary School, Tampines Meridian Junior College, Victoria Junior College, and Temasek Junior College.

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Mr GHF has 6 years of History tuition experience. He has a Master’s in History from Cornell University, and a Bachelor’s in History from NTU (2nd Upper Class Honours). Mr GHF’s private tuition students attended St. Joseph’s Institution, Tanjong Katong Girls’ School, Victoria School (Integrated Programme), Nanyang Junior College, Catholic Junior College, and Dunman High School.

Ms PL has 13 years of History tuition experience. She has a Bachelor’s in History from NUS, and taught at tuition centres for 5 years. Ms PL’s private tuition students attended Springfield Secondary School, Geylang Methodist School (Secondary), CHIJ St Joseph’s Convent, Jurong Pioneer Junior College, Anderson Serangoon Junior College, and Nanyang Junior College.

Mr TSW has 3 years of History tuition experience. He has a Bachelor’s in History from NTU (Honours) and was an MOE contract teacher for 1 year. Mr TSW’s private tuition students attended Boon Lay Secondary School, Maris Stella High School, Northbrooks Secondary School, Jurong Pioneer Junior College, Eunoia Junior College, and St. Andrew’s Junior College.

Ms JO has 9 years of History tuition experience. She has a Bachelor’s in History from NUS, and had taught at a tuition centre for 2 years. Ms JO’s private tuition students attended Greenridge Secondary School, Marsiling Secondary School, Queensway Secondary School, Nanyang Junior College, Jurong Pioneer Junior College, and Anderson Serangoon Junior College.

Ms CRP has 5 years of History tuition experience. She has a Master’s in History from the University of London, and a Bachelor’s in History from NTU (Honours). Ms CRP was a contract teacher at an MOE school for 1 year. Her private tuition students attended Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary School, Nanyang Girls’ High School, St. Andrew’s Secondary School, Anderson Serangoon Junior College, Jurong Pioneer Junior College, and Raffles Institution.

Ms HS has 8 years of History tuition experience. She is NIE-trained, and taught at a junior college for 5 years. Ms HS has a Master’s in History from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor’s in History from NTU (First Class Honours). Ms HS’s private tuition students attended Catholic High School, Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Nan Hua High School, Catholic Junior College, St. Andrew’s Junior College, and Eunoia Junior College.

Ms PT has 8 years of History tuition experience. She is NIE-trained, and taught at a junior college for 5 years. Ms PT has a Master’s in History from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor’s in History from NTU (First Class Honours). Ms PS’s private tuition students attended Catholic High School, Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Nan Hua High School, Catholic Junior College, St. Andrew’s Junior College, and Eunoia Junior College.

Mr FW has 5 years of History tuition experience. He is a post-Doctoral Fellow at NUS. His PhD in History was from Princeton University, and his Bachelor’s in History was from NTU (First Class Honours). Mr FW’s private tuition students attended St. Margaret’s Secondary School, Singapore Chinese Girls’ School, Nanyang Girls’ High School, Eunoia Junior College, Dunman High School, and Raffles Institution.

Mr CJK has 7 years of History tuition experience. He has a Bachelor’s in History from NUS, and taught at tuition centres for 5 years. Mr CJK’s private tuition students attended Hillgrove Secondary School, Maris Stella High School, Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary), Anderson Serangoon Junior College, Yishun Innova Junior College, and National Junior College.

Ms WS has 9 years of History tuition experience. She has a Master’s in History from the University of Paris-Sorbonne, and a Bachelor’s in History from NUS (First Class Honours). Ms WS wrote the O Level and A Level teaching curriculum for a leading group of tuition centres, and she taught at those centres for 4 years. Ms WS’s private tuition students attended Presbyterian High School, Cedar Girls’ Secondary School, Geylang Methodist School (Secondary), Victoria Junior College, National Junior College, and Anglo-Chinese Junior College.

Ms FY has 3 years of History tuition experience. She is NIE-trained and taught at MOE schools for 7 years. Ms FY has a Bachelor’s in History from NTU. Her private tuition students attended Teck Whye Secondary School, Temasek Junior College (Integrated Programme), St. Hilda’s Secondary School, Anderson Serangoon Junior College, Dunman High School, and National Junior College.

Mr HLK has 5 years of History tuition experience. He has a Bachelor’s in History from NTU, and had taught at a tuition centre for 5 years. Mr HLK’s private tuition students attended Hai Seng Secondary, Ang Mo Kio Secondary School, Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School, Nanyang Junior College, Jurong Pioneer Junior College, and Catholic Junior College.

Ms GHS has 11 years of History tuition experience. She has a Bachelor’s in History from NUS (2nd Upper Class Honours), and was a contract teacher at MOE schools for 3 years. Ms GHS’s private tuition students attended Jurong West Secondary School, Maris Stella High School, National Junior College (Integrated Programme), Catholic Junior College, River Valley High School, and Tampines Meridian Junior College.

Ms PT has 4 years of History tuition experience. She has a Master’s and Bachelor’s in History from NTU and was a contract teacher at MOE schools for 6 years. Ms PT’s private tuition students attended Queenstown Secondary School, Pei Hwa Secondary School, Henderson Secondary School, Anglo-Chinese Junior College, National Junior College, and Jurong Pioneer Junior College.

Ms LK has 7 years of History tuition experience. She is NIE-trained, and taught at an MOE school for 5 years. Ms LK’s Bachelor’s is from NUS (2nd Upper Class Honours). Her private tuition students attended Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary), Hougang Secondary School, East View Secondary School, Eunoia Junior College, Victoria Junior College, and Catholic Junior College.

Mr CJM has 9 years of History tuition experience. He has a Master’s and Bachelor’s (Honours) in History from NTU. Mr CJM’s private tuition students attended Punggol Secondary School, Woodlands Ring Secondary School, Yuan Ching Secondary School, Jurong Pioneer Junior College, Hwa Chong Institution, and Anderson Serangoon Junior College.

Mr GL has 5 years of History tuition experience. He has a Bachelor’s from NUS (2nd Upper Class Honours). Mr GL taught at a tuition centre for 4 years and is also a private tutor. His home tuition students attended Si Ling Secondary School, Regent Secondary School, North Vista Secondary School, Hwa Chong Institution, Raffles Institution, and St. Andrew’s Junior College.

Ms HP has 13 years of History tuition experience. She has a Master’s in History from Dartmouth College and a Bachelor’s in History from NUS (First Class Honours). Ms HP’s private tuition students attended Nanyang Girls’ High School, Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary), Singapore Chinese Girls’ School, Eunoia Junior College, Hwa Chong Institution, and Anglo-Chinese Junior College.

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The MOE states that students should demonstrate their knowledge and understanding by employing the following skills:

  • Asking significant questions about the events, issues, forces or developments
  • Comparing different aspects of the periods, events and issues studied to establish change and continuity
  • Analysing and evaluating the causes and consequences of historical events and situations whilst avoiding excessively abstract generalisations
  • Assessing and establishing the significance of individuals, ideas, events, forces and developments on societies
  • Interpreting and acquiring information derived from various sources of information and evidence from a variety of media to support an enquiry
  • Identifying points of view in History through distinguishing bias, fact and opinion in history writing
  • Analysing, evaluating and synthesising historical data to make informed decisions / conclusions on the often tentative nature of judgements about the past”

Your History tuition teacher will clearly explain to you:

  • European Dominance and Expansion in the late 19th century
  • The World in Crisis
  • Source-Based Case Study
  • Structured-Essay Questions
  • Explain events and/or issues
  • Evaluate and make judgement on events and/or issues
  • Bi-Polarity and the Cold War
  • Decolonisation and Emergence of Nation-States
  • European Dominance and Expansion in the late 19th century
  • How were systems and societies transformed by colonialism?
  • The compulsory case study of Malaya and either the case study of Vietnam or Indonesia will be studied in the context of European dominance and expansion in the late 19th century
  • Reasons for European interest and expansion in Southeast Asia
  • Responses of Southeast Asian states to European expansion
  • Impact of colonial rule on Southeast Asia
  • Reasons for outbreak of WWII in Europe
  • Reasons for outbreak of WWII in the Asia–Pacific
  • Reasons for the defeat of Germany
  • Reasons for the defeat of Japan
  • Decolonisation and Emergence of Nation-States
  • Was the attainment of independence in colonies shaped by the decline of Europe and Cold War politics?
  • The compulsory case study of Malaya
  • Case study of Vietnam
  • Case study of Indonesia
  • Decolonisation and emergence of nation-states in Southeast Asia in the post-war years
  • Struggles for independence in Southeast Asian states in the post-WWII period
  • Establishment of newly independent states in Southeast Asia
  • How European powers established themselves in Southeast Asia
  • Investigate the tensions and issues brought about by the interaction between these western colonial powers and the Southeast Asian states
  • Establishment of British control over Malaya (British Residential
  • System, Federated Malay States) and its impact on local rulers
  • Political: Establishment of French control over Vietnam and its impact on local rulers
  • Economic: Development of cash crops and mineral industries (rice, coal),
  • development of infrastructure, introduction of private property, growth of
  • landless peasants
  • Social: local responses to French colonial rule, changes in class structure,
  • migration within Indochina, creation of Western-educated elites, worsening of living standards of the locals
  • The impact of the large scale conflicts and the rise of new regimes
  • The key forces and developments that challenged Europe’s
  • dominance in world affairs
  • The devastating effects of the two World Wars
  • Attempts at world peace are often challenged by the interests and
  • ambitions of individuals and nations
  • The study of Communist Russia, Nazi Germany and Japan
  • How totalitarian regimes can bring about both benefits and great costs
  • Impact of World War I
  • Peace Settlement – Aims and the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and its
  • immediate impact on Germany
  • Attempts at collective security by the League of Nations – Successes and failures of the League of Nations in the 1920s and 1930s
  • Rise of authoritarian regimes and their impact in the interwar years (up to 1939)
  • Case study of Communist Russia
  • Case study of Nazi Germany
  • Reasons for the rise of Hitler in Germany
  • Weaknesses of the Weimar government and Hitler’s leadership
  • Impact of Hitler’s rule on Germany
  • Political: consolidation of power, one-party rule
  • Economic: Recovery and Nazi control of the economy, and militarisation
  • Social: controlled society, culture of fear, persecution of Jewish people and
  • other minority groups
  • Appeasement
  • Balance of power
  • Collective security
  • Communism
  • Fascism
  • League of Nations
  • Nazism
  • Militarism
  • Authoritarianism
  • Weaknesses of League of Nations
  • Japan’s worsening relations with the USA
  • Reasons for the defeat of Germany
  • USA’s entry into World War II
  • Over-extension of Hitler’s army on many fronts
  • Reasons for the defeat of Japan
  • Allied victory in Europe
  • Economic and military might of USA
  • The two superpowers have shaped relations within and outside of Europe since 1945
  • The reasons for the sudden end of the Cold War in 1991
  • Making Connections – how superpower rivalry has shaped international relations
  • Differences in ideas shape the interaction between powers and their relationship with the rest of the world
  • The reasons for the end of the Cold War
  • Case study of Korean War, 1950–53
  • Partition of Korea after World War II
  • Emergence of communist China
  • Role of external powers in the conflict: USA, USSR and China
  • Case study of Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962
  • Cuba’s strategic importance to USA
  • Tensions between USA and Cuba: Castro’s policies and American responses
  • The immediate impact of World War II on Europe
  • The impact of the rivalry of the USA and USSR in the aftermath of World War II on the world order
  • Cold War tensions that were manifested in and outside of Europe
  • The reasons for the outbreak of the Korean War and the Cuban Missile Crisis
  • The role of superpowers and regional powers in localised conflicts, with special reference to the Korean War and Cuban Missile Crisis
  • Re-establishment of British rule in Malaya and local responses
  • Malayan Union, 1946
  • Federation of Malaya Agreement, 1948
  • Communist movement in Malaya – Establishment of independent Malaya, 1957
  • Merdeka Talks, 1956
  • The policies taken by the British and either the French or the Dutch in responding to local struggles for independence
  • Attempts by French to re-establish French rule in Vietnam and local responses
  • August Revolution, 1945
  • 1946 Agreement
  • Battle of Dien Bien Phu, 1954
  • Reunification and establishment of independent Communist Vietnam, 1975
  • Intervention of USA, Soviet Union and China
  • Fall of Saigon, 1975
  • Growth and Problems in the Global Economy
  • Reasons for growth of the global economy
  • Post-war economic reconstruction
  • Post-war economic liberalisation: economic miracle in Western Europe and
  • Japan, rise of Multinational Corporations
  • Problems of economic liberalisation
  • 1973 and 1979 oil crises
  • Rise of protectionism
  • Formation of the United Nations
  • Origins of the UN: reasons for the founding of the UN, its aims and principles
  • Political effectiveness of the UN in maintaining international peace and
  • security
  • Security Council, General Assembly, Secretary-General
  • Peacekeeping, peace enforcement, peacemaking, peacebuilding
  • Efforts to stay relevant and effective despite Cold War bipolarity
  • Causes of inter-state tensions: historical animosities, racial and religious
  • divisions, ideological differences, territorial disputes, transboundary challenges
  • Consequences of inter-state tensions: effects on regional cooperation and
  • security
  • Reasons for the formation of ASEAN
  • Growth and development of ASEAN: building regional peace and security,
  • promoting regional economic cooperation
  • The Making of the Contemporary World Order (1870s–1991)
  • What were the major forces and developments during this period?
  • What caused these major forces and developments?
  • How did the developments influence people’s decisions and actions and vice-versa?
  • How did people’s views and perspectives shape their interpretation of these developments?
  • How did these developments impact societies?
  • What forces and developments changed Europe and the Asia-Pacific in the first half of the 20th century?
  • Impact of World War I
  • Rise of authoritarian regimes and its impact in the interwar years
  • Case study of Communist Russia
  • Case study of Nazi Germany
  • World War II in Europe and the Asia–Pacific
  • Bi-Polarity and the Cold War
  • How did the Cold War impact the world order in the post-1945 years?
  • Cold War and the bi-polar world order
  • Reasons for the Cold War in Europe
  • Manifestation of the Cold War outside Europe
  • Case study of Korean War, 1950–53
  • Case study of Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962
  • Reasons for the end of the Cold War
  • Struggles for independence in Southeast Asian states in the post-WWII period
  • Establishment of newly independent states in Southeast Asia
  • How European powers established themselves in Southeast Asia
  • Investigate the tensions and issues brought about by the interaction between these western colonial powers and the Southeast Asian states
  • Establishment of British control over Malaya (British Residential
  • System, Federated Malay States) and its impact on local rulers
  • Political: Establishment of Dutch control over Indonesia (Regency System) and its impact on local rulers
  • Economic: Development of cash crops and mineral industries (sugar and
  • tobacco, oil exploration), changes in livelihoods of the locals, creation of a dual economy, development of infrastructure
  • Social: Local responses to Dutch colonial rule, creation of Western-educated elites, urbanisation and migration, worsening of living standards for the locals
  • Intra-European rivalry on the European continent that gave rise to large scale conflicts as well the rise of new regimes
  • In the Asia–Pacific, Japan was challenging European dominance and looking to increase its own power through colonial expansion in Asia
  • World War I and II and the rise of Communist Russia, Nazi Germany and expansionist Japan – that threatened European dominance in the world
  • European dominance in world affairs and brought about a shift in the balance of power
  • Reasons for the rise of Stalin in Russia
  • Circumstances after Lenin’s death
  • Stalin’s manipulations
  • Impact of Stalin’s rule on Russia
  • Political: Stalin’s dictatorship – culture of fear, persecution and personality cult
  • Economic: modernisation of Soviet industry and agriculture
  • Social: controlled society, culture of fear, policies on minorities
  • Assess the impact of World War I on Europe
  • Evaluate the rise of authoritarian regimes and their impact on the political, social and economic context of countries and the world order
  • Examine the reasons for the outbreak of World War II in Europe and the Asia–Pacific
  • Examine the reasons for the defeat of Germany and Japan in World War II
  • Analyse the roles of key players in shaping particular forces and developments during this period
  • World War II in Europe and the Asia – Pacific
  • Reasons for the outbreak of World War II in Europe
  • Weaknesses of the League of Nations
  • Hitler’s aggressive foreign policy
  • Policy of appeasement
  • Reasons for the outbreak of World War II in the Asia–Pacific
  • Economic crisis in Japan
  • Japan’s expansionist foreign policy
  • Over-extension of Japanese empire
  • At the end of World War II, a war-torn and weakened Europe created a power vacuum that gave rise to a world order that was characterised by the emergence of two superpowers, the US and the Soviet Union
  • The military, economic and political confrontation between the US and the Soviet Union
  • The causes and consequences of this rivalry that resulted in the Cold
  • War and the creation of a bi-polar world
  • Cold War and the Bi-polar World Order
  • Reasons for the Cold War in Europe
  • Post-World War II rise of USA and USSR as superpowers: collapse and
  • decline of old European powers
  • US-Soviet mistrust and rivalry: breakdown of wartime alliances, division of
  • Europe after World War II, differences in ideology, American containment
  • policy and Soviet responses, military alliances
  • Manifestation of the Cold War Outside Europe
  • Bi-Polarity
  • Communism
  • Containment
  • Democracy
  • Ideology
  • Proxy war
  • Glasnost
  • Perestroika
  • The rise of newly independent states in former European colonies all over the world – Africa and Southeast Asia
  • How the various colonial powers responded to the demand for independence from their colonies and how external developments like Cold War politics intervened and shaped the struggle for independence
  • The unique circumstances and the key developments in the world that influence the struggles for independence
  • Decolonisation and emergence of nation-states in Southeast Asia
  • Anti-colonial struggle
  • Decolonisation
  • Nationalism
  • Nation-states
  • Resistance and collaboration
  • Sovereignty
  • Independence
  • Attempts by Dutch to re-establish Dutch rule in Indonesia
  • Declaration of Independence, 1945
  • Indonesian revolution, 1945–49
  • Linggadjati Agreement, 1946
  • The Madiun Affair, 1948
  • Renville Agreement, 1948
  • Establishment of Independent Indonesia, 1949
  • Round Table Conference, Dec 1949
  • Debt crises of the 1980s and their impact on developing countries
  • Rise of Asian Tiger economies (South Korea and Taiwan) from 1970s to 1990
  • The growth of the global economy, and the challenges that affected it
  • The role of the USA, Europe and Japan in the growth of the global economy and evaluate the effects of their decisions and actions
  • The causal relationships that underpinned the economic transformation in South Korea and Taiwan
  • International Court of Justice: ensuring adherence to international law;
  • arbitration and advisory opinion
  • UN Reforms
  • Sovereignty of nation-states
  • Great Power politics
  • Rise of regionalism and regional organisations
  • Collective security
  • International law

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