Search for an Addison, TX Language Tutor

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Karen D. ...After I retired to raise my two daughters, I did some substitute teaching both in the Chicago area and here, after we moved to Dallas, but found subbing much less rewarding. I also taught Spanish and tennis on a volunteer basis at the school my daughters attended. In recent years I began workin...
15 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, TOEFL, English, reading
Plano, TX
Micah B. ...Of course, there are always special exceptions. Please let me know if I can help you prepare for this entrance exam. The TAKS test was designed in a specific way to teach children how to read actively, learn problem solving techniques, and basically, to learn how to take these types of tests.
29 Subjects: including TOEFL, GRE, ESL/ESOL, Spanish
Dallas, TX
Jake W. ...I took my level from not being able to form a sentence to fluent in two years, so I know what it takes to improve as a learner of the language myself. Having taught English will help me to be a good Spanish teacher as well because I know how to organize a corse plan for people of all levels. I am motivated to help other improve their language skills.
2 Subjects: including Spanish, ESL/ESOL
Dallas, TX
Massimo S. ...I live with two Americans (my wife & daughter)! My education includes Liceo Classico (High School) and University of Law in Rome. If you've ever had the desire to learn one of the most passionate languages in existence, Italian is perfect for you! Not only can you learn traditional Italian whic...
1 Subject: Italian
Dallas, TX
Maribel P. ...I was born in Mexico City and moved to the United States in 1980. I started teaching in 1995 after completing my master’s degree in Education and Second Languages and Cultures at the University of Minnesota. I mainly taught high school age students but also taught 4 years at Richland Community College.
1 Subject: Spanish
Dallas, TX