Search for a Federal Way Language Tutor

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Kimberly D. ...For beginners, It's best to start with romaji, the romanized version of these characters and learn the hiragana and katakana as you learn. I think it's best to learn kanji after learning and using the basic characters. It makes it easier to learn them.
1 Subject: Japanese
$40.00/hr
Tacoma, WA
Lia F. ...I have studied percussion privately for over ten years. I was a member of my hometown's youth symphony for four years and also participated in my school's symphonic band where I was co-captain of our section. Previously, I have helped coach fellow students in proper technique for timpani, concert and rudimentary snare drum, mallets, lots of toys, and general concert preparation and strategy.
48 Subjects: including German, reading, English, chemistry
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Claudia M. ...I have a Masters in Teaching. My endorsements are ELL and Spanish. My expertise is in the area of language acquisition.
10 Subjects: including TOEFL, ESL/ESOL, Spanish, grammar
$60.00/hr
Tacoma, WA
Kendell T. ...I have experience talking to deaf people.I got exposed to sign language when I was at a young age. I remembered how to spell my name in sign language, and I got interested in sign language. When I was in high school, my school had a class for sign language.
1 Subject: sign language
$45.00/hr
Auburn, WA
Meagan R. ...I have gone to the homes of others as well as opened my home to clients (which gives mom or dad an hour or two of free time). I worked as a tutor for Pierce College for a year. I taught a child his first year of preschool at home using the Beka System. I have my Associate in Arts and Science degree as well.
20 Subjects: including Spanish, reading, biology, grammar
$35.00/hr
Tacoma, WA