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Kathie R.
...I have taught GED classes in the past. I have been tutoring students for the SAT test this past year. I have professionally scored the TOEIC tests, and I have also taught TOEFL to English as a Second Language students at the college level.
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25 Subjects: including English, writing, geometry, algebra 1
Kathie R.
$45.00/hr
Providence, RI
John D.
...I also taught for twelve years as a GED/Adult Literacy instructor in an evening school program. My experiences are extensive and varied. Although retired, I still substitute teach, as I enjoy working in a teaching capacity and working with kids.
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6 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary math, spelling
John D.
$35.00/hr
Attleboro, MA
Melissa T.
...I have tutored second and third grade and have also managed an in-school tutoring program. I have been a third grade teacher for the past 9 years. I have a Master's Degree in Elementary Education.
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10 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), world history
Melissa T.
$35.00/hr
Taunton, MA
Hailey H.
...Whether you're learning English for the first time, or you just need help with a school essay, I can be here to help you every step of the way. Tutoring sessions will consist of us setting learning goals, and then finding ways that we can accomplish those together. Our sessions will be individualized to accommodate each learning style.
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6 Subjects: including English, reading, Spanish, ESL/ESOL
Hailey H.
$40.00/hr
Pawtucket, RI
Gwen J.
...China, with one of the world?s oldest and richest cultures, has the largest population and the fastest growing economy, so learning to speak Chinese will prepare you for future opportunities. Learning Chinese may not be as hard as many people think. Chinese language has no verb conjugation and no noun declension.
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1 Subject: Chinese
Gwen J.
$60.00/hr
Sharon, MA
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