Search for a Gainesville, GA Latin Tutor

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Marcia G. ...Language comparison/identification is one of the techniques I use when going through the different questions that are asked in the TOEFL exam. That leads to being able to correctly identifying a word and correctly answers the question. Grammar is often part of the questions asked, so grammar is also explored in my classes in depth, from Phonology to Morphology, to Syntax, to Semantics.
38 Subjects: including Latin, reading, Spanish, French
Stone Mountain, GA
Josh H. Hello, my name is Josh, and I am a doctoral student studying the Syriac language, an ancient form of Aramaic, and Coptic, the last stage of the native Egyptian language. I have experience teaching Latin to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as individual tutoring for high school students ...
5 Subjects: including Latin, geometry, algebra 2, prealgebra
Atlanta, GA
Susan G. ...Also, Cornell notes are invaluable in a student's career. Just getting a student to organize their folder seems to work wonders for them. There are other little tips, like reading non-fiction with a different technique, that will help a student be more successful in the classroom.
69 Subjects: including Latin, English, reading, writing
Dawsonville, GA
Lindsay S. ...It was important to express yourself beautifully, artfully. I continued to take Latin in my undergraduate career and picked up Greek as well. I decided to go to graduate school in Classics so that I could continue to pursue a deeper understanding of this amazing literature.
2 Subjects: including Latin, Greek
Lilburn, GA
Dan S. ...Let me know how I can help you achieve your academic potential, and we can strive to reach those goals together. The bachelors degree I received at the University of Minnesota was in Ancient Latin literature, the culture and history of which I am well schooled. I am a classicist first, and take to reading the great ancient authors on a daily basis.
16 Subjects: including Latin, reading, English, writing
Atlanta, GA