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...Sometimes writing can be stressful because we all want to write our perfect piece on the first attempt. I try to work with students at breaking down the task into steps, developing thoughts, creating a structure, and then organizing them in a cohesive manner. My background in teaching special e...
Marshfield, MAView Tutor
...There are many ways to look at a problem in Algebra. Depending on the student's learning style, I teach different techniques to help solve problems, including tricks with factoring, divisibility and always include refreshers from Pre-Algebra and Algebra I. Math is cumulative and every skill must be understood along the way.
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...Algebra II is one of my favorite classes, and I've taught it many times over - both the regular and honors levels, and for a wide range of learners. There is a lot of skill-building in Algebra II, with the introduction of more sophisticated techniques for solving equations and simplifying expressions. There is also a big emphasis on graphing.
Somerville, MAView Tutor
...I can break it down for you. I taught the required Composition 1 at a local college. What's more, I served on the writing placement committee.
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