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Christine K. ...In school, students are required to understand grammatical forms and structures conducive to reading and writing academically. Often this type of learning is flooded with drills and rote memorization. Students have been taught these skills early in their academic careers, but knowing the rules of English grammar and utilizing them in context can be very confusing for many learners.
18 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, drawing, grammar, reading
Darien, IL
Nazli T. ...I am the mother of a 5 years old boy, and a 2 years old boy. They are bilingual by birth and they are enjoying learning new words everyday. I am especially interested in working with kids of any age, due to my experience both as a child and now as a mother with bilingualism and multilingualism.
3 Subjects: including French, Turkish, philosophy
Glenview, IL
Sally M. ...Root verbs end in "ar" (estar, bailar, tocar) "er" (comer, beber, ser) and "ir" (venir, ir, decir) and most follow the same pattern. Irregular verbs have unique conjugations. While I believe a student can be taught Spanish in a conversational way, where they learn more by repetition, the person still must learn pronunciations, some basic rules of grammar and definitions.
18 Subjects: including Spanish, ESL/ESOL, reading, English
Roselle, IL
Yolande G. ...I also graduated from College of Dupage with an Associate’s Degree in Business Management in May of 2011. Presently, I am a substitute French teacher at an area center where foreign languages are taught to children from 3 to 12 years old. I am interested in helping anyone who are interested in writing and speaking French fluently.
1 Subject: French
Westmont, IL
John R. The world is an interesting place and learning should be fun! It should be an adventure of discovery. I love adventure and discovery and have traveled extensively overseas and run my own business.
21 Subjects: including Spanish, chemistry, physics, English
West Chicago, IL