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Luis O.
...I have tutored many students, in and outside of the university. My lesson plans are carefully planned to meet the students needs. I have had student that know absolutely no Spanish to students who have taken a few courses in the past; some have been nurses and professors at local colleges.
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1 Subject: Spanish
Luis O.
$40.00/hr
Arlington, TX
Elizabeth M.
...During my six years, I was required to tutor students with special needs in both Reading and Math. From 2006 to 2010, I worked predominantly with grades K through 5. From 2011 to 2013, I taught two study halls in addition to my Art classes, where I tutored Special Education students in all subjects ranging from English, Social Studies, Math, and Reading.
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5 Subjects: including elementary (k-6th), drawing, painting, art history
Elizabeth M.
$55.00/hr
Roanoke, TX
Kyle C.
...That is where I earned my teaching degree. I then moved to the metroplex and have been teaching at Duncanville High School for five years. This is where I taught students with learning disabilities how to pass the STAAR Test.
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10 Subjects: including geometry, statistics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Kyle C.
$35.00/hr
Arlington, TX
Don F.
...Moreover, French is my native language. In addition, I have taken many teaching classes in order to teach efficiently different types of learners. I am currently teaching French at Central High school.
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2 Subjects: including French, ESL/ESOL
Don F.
$50.00/hr
Fort Worth, TX
John B.
...My writing must be properly organized and structured. Vocabulary and tone are important, as is the ability to be concise without omitting critical details. Arguments must be presented persuasively and with conviction, and must be well-supported factually and anticipate and rebut significant counterpoints.
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2 Subjects: including writing, law
John B.
$75.00/hr
Fort Worth, TX
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