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Eric G.
...In every single case, it has been my experience that introducing the knowledge of French culture has boosted their interests and results. I tend to do extremely well with adults, and with those who express an interest in learning French. My tutoring approach is direct, dynamic, but considerate.
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8 Subjects: including public speaking, ESL/ESOL, French, psychology
Eric G.
$35.00/hr
Chandler, AZ
Keith C.
...History is not the dry recitation of dates and facts. It is the story of who we are and how we arrived where we are. It is people with all their hopes and dreams and struggles.
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9 Subjects: including writing, grammar, ESL/ESOL, Spanish
Keith C.
$40.00/hr
Queen Creek, AZ
Jessica D.
...I have also tutored/interned in each grade level from Kindergarten through 6th grade while in college. I currently hold an elementary teaching certificate as a highly qualified teacher in Arizona. I have experience teaching 5th grade for two years.
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7 Subjects: including vocabulary, grammar, reading, elementary (k-6th)
Jessica D.
$35.00/hr
Chandler, AZ
Andrea D.
...I graduated from Arizona State University in 1993 with a BA in History with a minor in Sociology. I received my teaching certification in January 1996 and my M.Ed. in Educational Administration and Supervision in 1999. I have both ESL and Gifted endorsements.
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16 Subjects: including vocabulary, grammar, reading, writing
Andrea D.
$45.00/hr
Chandler, AZ
Chris C.
...One of my personal pet peeves is misuse of the contraction "it's." This word always means "it is" or "it has," and is never used as a possessive. The trick I use is to say it in its expanded form when reading the sentence; e.g., "The dog ate its bone" would be correct, while "the dog ate it's b...
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10 Subjects: including vocabulary, grammar, general computer, English
Chris C.
$40.00/hr
Mesa, AZ
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