Search for a Capitol Heights Language Tutor

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Sheri F. ...Growing up with an uncle with autism and two younger siblings with learning disabilities, I became very conscious of the fact that every person learns in a different way. I consider myself a mentor and not a tutor. The word tutor comes from a root word meaning "guardian, watcher." The word ment...
1 Subject: Spanish
Falls Church, VA
Justin R. ...Currently I teach at a public high school in Alexandria, Virginia. In teaching I avoid the traditional, old fashioned grammar methods since they concentrate on rote memorization and non-contextual study. I prefer to engage my students by making the subject relevant to their lives and personal interests.
1 Subject: Latin
Washington, DC
Jessamine P. ...I've also studied European, American and world literature at the graduate level. I enjoy helping students think about literature in new ways. I was a full-time world history teacher at an elite Washington, DC independent school.
17 Subjects: including Arabic, reading, English, writing
Greenbelt, MD
Nichole L. ...One of these classes included an audition techniques class where I was taught how to approach an execute a theater audition. I have been a part of many theater productions both on on off stage and am very capable of getting students to become more confident on the stage. My experience in teachi...
16 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, Spanish, reading, English
Arlington, VA
Ellen K. ...This difficulty can impact a student's spelling, comprehension, as well as their fluency. I am trained in several programs which were specifically designed to help dyslexic readers. Two of these programs are the Lindamood Seeing Stars Program and the Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing Program for Reading, Spelling, and Speech.
23 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, English, reading, writing
Fairfax, VA