Search for a Chicago Sign Language Tutor

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Sarita D. ...There are many different types of speeches. Persuasive, information and demonstration speeches. Every 10 seconds it is best to make eye contact.
22 Subjects: including sign language, reading, writing, grammar
Waukegan, IL
Christine O. ...I first learned the alphabet and then spelled words to her in exchange for the actual sign. As we grew up together, my ASL skills improved every day. Our daily conversation helped with my receptive skills as well as my sign production.
1 Subject: sign language
Skokie, IL
Courtney N. ...I strongly preferred helping client(s) feel calm by talking out the problem that upsets them, encourage client(s) go for a walk with me, or play an educational game to distract them from the problem that upsetting the client(s). As an ASL tutor, I will ensure you get the practice you need to im...
2 Subjects: including sign language, hard of hearing
Chicago, IL
Illona M. ...The goal of tutoring is to help the student to get the extra help needed in a specific deficit area to improve and be able to make the necessary progress independently.My experience with teaching vocabulary starts with letter recognition, word meaning, using the word in a sentence and letter soun...
8 Subjects: including sign language, English, reading, autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
Glen Ellyn, IL
Alyssa B. ...I currently teach sign language in a high school and also have some tutoring experience. In addition, I have worked as an interpreter for 2+ years in a variety of settings including classrooms, theatrical performances, medical appointments, lectures, and even a cruise. I enjoy teaching others how to communicate visually by using a hands-on approach.
2 Subjects: including sign language, hard of hearing
Chicago, IL