Search for a Long Island City Grammar Tutor

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Linda W. ...It's important to capture the attention of struggling students, to give them a purpose for reading beyond getting their schoolwork done. For this reason, I identify what the student is interested in and teach based on that interest. For example, one 7th grade student, reading on a 3rd grade level, wanted to learn how to draw dinosaurs.
11 Subjects: including grammar, reading, dyslexia, elementary (k-6th)
New York, NY
Lauren W. ...Right now, I'm most interested in helping out college students. My approach is simple--I want to figure out what works best for you. As I mentioned, writing is tricky, and there isn't one way to master it.
3 Subjects: including grammar, writing, proofreading
New York, NY
Roberta H. ...What is a writer but a rewriter? I now enjoy helping others tweak their own writing into works they can be proud of. The TOEFL is a challenging test that even native English speakers find difficult.
9 Subjects: including grammar, reading, English, writing
New York, NY
M. Rini H. ...My approach to tutoring is something like doing a reference interview in a library. I ask questions until the person I am working with can articulate comfortably what exactly she or he wants to accomplish. From there it is a question of suggesting sources, maybe demonstrating a technique, or even writing an example sentence.
11 Subjects: including grammar, English, reading, writing
Bronx, NY
Chelsie B. ...I also focus on test prep in all grade levels as well as tutoring Math at the middle school and high school levels. Whether I am working with an entire class or just one-on-one my goal is to ensure that every student has a deep understanding of the concept being taught. I constantly differentiate my instruction in order to cater to students' academic needs.
19 Subjects: including grammar, reading, phonics, prealgebra
Astoria, NY