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Drexelbrook, PA Tutors

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Mark L.
...I enjoy helping students to become critical readers and thinkers. I have developed effective strategies for helping students to discover their authentic voices as writers. I am also a conservatory-trained, professional musician.
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24 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Mark L.
$55.00/hr
Lansdowne, PA
Alexandria T.
...I feel that I am very qualified to get any child where he/she needs to be academically. I will get a program together to work on specific academic needs and show growth throughout the time that I will be involved. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions or are interested in setting up a tutoring session.
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10 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), elementary math
Alexandria T.
$50.00/hr
Havertown, PA
Heather H.
...I'm kind of nerdy like that. I don't just teach my students what's "right" and "wrong" in regard to grammar. Instead, we study how the language works.
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47 Subjects: including chemistry, reading, English, writing
Heather H.
$75.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Mark O.
...Lessons are tailored to fit a student's individual needs. I offer reasonable rates, flexible schedules, comfortable setting and guaranteed results. My location is close to public transit (SEPTA regional rail and bus). I am also available to teach online via YouTube or SKYPE.
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6 Subjects: including music theory, trumpet, ear training, composition (music)
Mark O.
$40.00/hr
Sharon Hill, PA
Jessica A.
...In addition, there is a lot of Japanese in our culture that we don't even know about such as 'manga' or Japanese comic books, video games, Japanese cuisine and much more. If you decide to learn Japanese, you will be exposed to three alphabets. Japanese is very easy to pronounce but challenging to write.
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2 Subjects: including Japanese, ESL/ESOL
Jessica A.
$80.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
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