Search for a Menlo Park Language Tutor

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Roberto C. ...I had taken several advanced teaching courses at Stanford University, including teaching Native Speakers and AP Spanish. In my youth I played soccer for 10 years in Mexico, I had been coaching soccer for the last 5 years. I have coached both recreational and competitive.
2 Subjects: including Spanish, soccer
San Jose, CA
Melody P. ...Most students only take one writing intensive course, because only one is required to graduate. After college I worked as a journalist for five Bay Area newspapers writing science, health, or environmental articles. I have worked as a tutor for five years.
16 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, reading, English, SAT reading
Mountain View, CA
Yoko B. ...They've expressed many times that they can hardly wait for the next session and just can't get enough of it. I believe this is how any foreign language lesson should feel like. I've tutored many college students and adult students as well, but unfortunately most of them have gone back into the 'real' world and have lost our connections.
2 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, Japanese
Walnut Creek, CA
Doug C. ...The styles ranged from comedic to a serious discussion of weighty matters in expository and impromptu forms. I have also given lectures courses to groups larger than 100 students. I passed CBEST in 2006 as part of the legal requirements to become a credentialed teacher in the state of California.
37 Subjects: including speech, Russian, ESL/ESOL, TOEFL
San Mateo, CA
Tess M. ...The rules of English Grammar can be confusing, but having a good foundation is vital to communicating well, whether in speaking or writing. I do a fair amount of writing and I still keep my copy of Gregg Reference Manual handy. I regard it as 'my definitive reference for the rules of grammar.' Let me help you navigate through these rules so you can become a better communicator!
27 Subjects: including French, reading, English, writing
Campbell, CA