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...I have also home-schooled (Laurel Springs and University of Oklahoma programs) and tutored several students in this subject since 1998 I taught pre-**algebra** at Mulholland Middle School in Van Nuys. I have also taught pre-**algebra** for the Johns Hopkins AIIY program for gifted youth. I have also taught this subject for several other program, as well as having tutored in the subject since 1994.

...I gauge where the student is at in knowing the concepts by having him/her work out the problems. Every problem has two parts: the first is recognizing what kind of problem it is (e.g. quadratic equation) and the second is the mechanics of working it out (e.g. arithmetic skills, factoring, quadratic formula). I have been tutoring since I was in high school myself. I keep it simple and fun!

...Another huge element of Orton-Gillingham is learning the six types of syllables. There are only six types of syllables in the English language, and every syllable can fit into one of these types. Therefore, when you know the rules of each of these syllable types, you can read ANYTHING.

...As geometry is commonly taken after **algebra** 1, it is a large deviation from previous topics. Because of this students are commonly confused at the beginning and might not recover well. The idea of a conceptual and non-**algebra**ic proof is somewhere I see a lot of students go wrong.

...All students "get it" and love it with a little one-on-one help! I have a passion for math and will build your struggling student's confidence and knowledge. WELCOME TO A LEARNING ADVENTURE!

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