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Joseph M.
...I've worked in the accounting field for over thirty years. I can help you with what it takes to get from books of original entry to financial statements and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and I look forward to helping you learn!My name is Joe.
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25 Subjects: including English, Russian, vocabulary, grammar
Joseph M.
$35.00/hr
Scottsdale, AZ
Allison G.
...I have worked with an autistic child for 30 hours in an elementary school over several school days. I have taken many classes pertaining to special needs children and education. I am majoring in Speech & Hearing Science at Arizona State University.
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13 Subjects: including vocabulary, grammar, reading, writing
Allison G.
$30.00/hr
Mesa, AZ
Alexis D.
...We have welcomed students with Autism or Aspergers into our class on a full time basis as well. In the regular education classroom, I have taught students with varying needs. ADD/ADHD is a very prominent label at this time.
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16 Subjects: including grammar, special needs, elementary (k-6th), algebra 1
Alexis D.
$45.00/hr
Mesa, AZ
Benjamin D.
...It has been a bit of a dream thinking about possibly having a small library in my home! When it comes to test reading, I know how to skim off all of the fat and take what really matters and apply it to the question that is being asked. After reading several different difficulties in novels you get hooked to different authors depending on what style of writing they use.
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22 Subjects: including ACT English, phonics, study skills, track & field
Benjamin D.
$30.00/hr
Phoenix, AZ
Chris C.
...The trick I use is to say it in its expanded form when reading the sentence; e.g., "The dog ate its bone" would be correct, while "the dog ate it's bone" would not. You would determine this by saying, "The dog ate it is bone." Knowing that sentence doesn't make sense, you would then use the possessive pronoun "its" in the sentence. I have been proofreading documents for my entire career.
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10 Subjects: including vocabulary, grammar, general computer, English
Chris C.
$40.00/hr
Mesa, AZ
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