...Substitute teaching has given me many hours of experience teaching children in the primary grades the letters of the alphabet and their individual sounds. I've also completed lessons on putting letters (consonant blends, consonant-vowel-consonant) together, sounding them out and then reading the word. There are so many "fun" activities to do to engage children in this learning process.
Highland Park, ILView Tutor
...But once phonetic decoding and reading fluency (without "word-guessing") is well mastered, basic comprehension skills are likely to improve as well. Learning to focus on the main idea of any selected reading passage is a good start. Making quick mental notes of sequence of events is also very important.
Alsip, ILView Tutor
...These skills can be used to make you more effective in business, sales, telemarketing, medical consultation, customer service or in your personal communication with these and other types of professionals. Any types of specific, high-level language improvement skills can be studied based on the needs and goals of the individual. You will sound more professional and more confident.
Lake Forest, ILView Tutor
...Refining and developing your skills academically and performance abilities will result. I have been in music my entire life and have played in professional bands, engineered and produced music in major studios, and have been professionally teaching for two decades. Lets get started!
Orland Park, ILView Tutor
...One of my favorite books is Class Clown because it's so real and funny! I also love non-fiction books such as Candy Bombers because you can go back in time to learn about history. Students need to see books can be fun.
Tinley Park, ILView Tutor