Search for a Carrollton, TX Latin Tutor

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Amanda R. ...English is the first subject that I teach in any Latin class, because in order to understand the Latin grammar and sentence structure, my students must first know how it compares to their own language. I have been told by several students that they learn more about the English language in my class than they do in their English class. It was the same for me when I was in school.
5 Subjects: including Latin, grammar, public speaking, vocabulary
Carrollton, TX
Richard H. ...I reported directly to the president. I have taught public speaking to high potential corporate officer candidates in the leadership development department. I have taught public speaking to managers and supervisors.
20 Subjects: including Latin, reading, English, public speaking
Carrollton, TX
Garnet H. ...The biggest problem I've noticed with students who come to me for Physics is a lack of firm grasp on its very basic and fundamental concepts. Physics is not like Calculus: you can't just get by with knowing a few techniques of integration and differentiation; you really have to be well grounded ...
44 Subjects: including Latin, chemistry, French, calculus
Richardson, TX
Albert D. ...I have done work in philosophy and Latin at the University of Dallas. I have an MA in Sacred Theology from Ave Maria University and am a PhD candidate in Historical Theology at Catholic University of America, where I am very slowly writing a dissertation on tradition in the thought of Melchior Cano, O.P. My scores on relevant standardized tests are excellent.
43 Subjects: including Latin, Spanish, writing, English
Dallas, TX
Michael B. ...My education took place in England, but I found my way to Texas and became an American citizen. I am currently retired and available 24/7. I have had great success teaching Latin, and that is my first love.
25 Subjects: including Latin, English, reading, writing
Mckinney, TX