...In literary vs. informative types of reading, one also needs to know the story setting, background, characters, and story plot/areas of conflict. But again, it's generally smart to jot down a few notes on a small notepad based on the "follow-up" questions as well as "unfamiliar" vocabulary words...
Alsip, ILView Tutor
...I enjoy talking to a student about what they have read, finding a new book for them to discover and helping students connect their everyday life to what they have learned in school. I have taught different levels of elementary and middle school. This has made me aware of the struggles students face when reading, writing and learning the foundations of math.
Plainfield, ILView Tutor
...I've also taught the subject in a one-on-one tutoring setting. I use multiple approaches to teach Algebra, and even if you've had trouble with the subject before I'm confident we can find something that works for you. I've taught Prealgebra in whole class, small group, and one-one settings, to students of all ages and ability levels.
Forest Park, ILView Tutor
...I know that every student learns in different ways so I would first get to know a bit about you and your interests and tailor each tutoring session to relate to what you'd really like to focus on learning and how you would like to learn it. I have been teaching English for over 10 years, mostly ...
Skokie, ILView Tutor
...As a child with ADHD, it meant allowing myself to get creative about expository writing. Asking questions that led off topic and having teachers who wanted to answer them anyway. Thinking about connections instead of just taking the buckets.
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