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Maria M.
...I can help with all English skills for second language English learners. Pronunciation, learning idioms, etc. I can also tutor you for TOEFL.
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12 Subjects: including Spanish, reading, writing, ESL/ESOL
Maria M.
$40.00/hr
Chestnut Hill, MA
Daniel S.
...At the high school, college, and professional levels, having a rich vocabulary is essential for mastering any content area. I love to work on the Latin and Greek roots that form a high percentage of advanced English vocab. I use several books that help with the development of vocabulary and I also help students develop techniques for quickly acquiring and remembering new words.
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49 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, geometry
Daniel S.
$70.00/hr
Cambridge, MA
Sam F.
...Each step needs the other, and no SAT prep path provides a perfect balance. The virtue of classes is *enforced* practice drills; a dynamic teacher draws students' attention so they also learn. The virtue of private tutors is personalized (and therefore somewhat *enforced*) learning; a charismat...
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4 Subjects: including SAT math, SAT reading, SAT writing, PSAT
Sam F.
$85.00/hr
Newton Center, MA
Susan C.
...I am happy to come up with lesson plans and homework to meet your needs. I am currently looking for elementary teaching opportunities in the Boston area. Hope to hear from you!! Best, SusanI am currently getting certified 1-6 in Massachusetts.
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9 Subjects: including reading, Spanish, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
Susan C.
$50.00/hr
Wayland, MA
Matt L.
...As an undergraduate I took several philosophy courses at both Harvard and MIT. The GMAT is probably my favorite standardized test --- because it's serious. The infamous data sufficiency questions in the math section and the critical reasoning questions in the verbal section require higher-order logical thinking; they are actually great tests of deep conceptual understanding.
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47 Subjects: including English, chemistry, reading, writing
Matt L.
$300.00/hr
Boston, MA
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