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Melrose, MA English Tutors

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Sherri C.
...All of my students have successfully achieved passing MCAS scores. I am a High School Special Education Teacher with 30 years experience. As a Resource class teacher and tutor,I have provided support at varying levels of Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry.
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12 Subjects: including reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary
Sherri C.
$65.00/hr
Malden, MA
Ellen S.
Do you want better grades and test scores? Do you want to get the most from your classes? Is something holding you back from doing your best?
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35 Subjects: including literature, ACT English, calculus, ACT Reading
Ellen S.
$70.00/hr
Waltham, MA
Jonathan B.
...This excellence contributed to my promotion to full-time writer. I learned to read at an early age and began reading far beyond my grade level at age 13, when I began reading sophisticated philosophical texts and advanced literary works. Since then, I have increased my reading skills by studyin...
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11 Subjects: including vocabulary, grammar, reading, writing
Jonathan B.
$50.00/hr
Brighton, MA
Christine R.
...I believe that people learn better when they're interested and engaged and the material has relevance to them. Rather than rote memorization or straight repetition, I've found that simple tricks such as the use of mnemonics, self-quizzing and changing of context can enhance learning. People can...
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6 Subjects: including vocabulary, reading, writing, English
Christine R.
$45.00/hr
Wilmington, MA
Timothy A.
...Reading is not something that can be forcefully taught to a student. S/he has to be an active participant in the accrual of linguistic and interpretive skills/tools/ and knowledge it takes to be a fluent, thoughtful, and, above all, comprehending reader. I am very patient in my work in this area, which is a habit I accrued during my many years studying Greek and Latin.
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14 Subjects: including English, vocabulary, grammar, proofreading
Timothy A.
$45.00/hr
Revere, MA
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