Search for a N Richland Hills, TX Language Tutor

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Alissa S. ...Although many people may think that World History is boring, it is still important to know. There are countless patterns in history and we will find similarities in the way people thought and lived, no matter the time period or place. You can even find common themes in today's society that people in other regions experienced long ago.
17 Subjects: including Spanish, reading, English, writing
$35.00/hr
Coppell, TX
Denise W. ...The testmakers think in a particular way, and you have to learn how they think. There may be more than one correct answer listed for a question, but the "best answer" is the one with the fewest drawbacks. How do you tell?
14 Subjects: including French, writing, piano, algebra 1
$45.00/hr
Richardson, TX
LaJoie L. ...I have spoken to groups of hundreds and thousands of students and adults on a variety of topics. I know how to craft a speech, engage an audience, and deliver a message that will have lasting impact. I completed American Sign Language levels 3 and 4 in college.
25 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, reading, English, GED
$32.00/hr
Waxahachie, TX
Garrett M. ...I think teaching and tutoring is a kind of partnership - it requires input, hard work, and effort on the part of the student, and the same on the part of the teacher. It is a meeting of the minds, where one is trying to acquire knowledge and skills, and the other trying to impart them. That, and a little bit of faith and hope will go a long way towards learning any sort of material.
18 Subjects: including Spanish, algebra 1, economics, LSAT
$35.00/hr
Plano, TX
James K. ...I even spent a summer studying under a professor at Oxford. I then finished two master's degrees; one in Religion and the other in Divinity. I have taken multiple classes in Religion, Theology, English, Literature, History, Culture, and various Languages (Hebrew, Aramaic, Arabic, Greek, Latin)....
15 Subjects: including Hebrew, reading, English, writing
$40.00/hr
Arlington, TX