Search for a Senoia Language Tutor

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Sue P. ...Teaching phonics is something I love doing. The method I prefer is that of focusing on vowels and vowel patterns in words so that the student can not only know the sounds but know when to use the sounds. For example, when you come across a word you do not know how to decode, look for the vowel ...
9 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, reading, English, writing
Peachtree City, GA
Patricia T. ...Learning is mostly effective when done through fun and activities such as storytelling, pretend play, arts and music. Your child will be immersed in French from the first minute of the session to the last. Children, especially young ones are like sponges and learn very fast through songs and games.
8 Subjects: including French, reading, elementary math, phonics
Fayetteville, GA
Erick G. ...It opens the world up to you, allows you to bond with people from other cultures on a level that I would argue is more intimate. That said, I know the prospect of learning all of those verb tenses and moods can strike fear in the heart and mind of any otherwise brave human being! I understand because I have taken the path that you are embarking upon.
1 Subject: French
Atlanta, GA
Jody P. ...After living in Tokyo, Japan for 3 years and teaching ESOL there, my passion for education expanded. This expansion led me to attaining my Masters of Applied Linguistics. While in graduate school, I had a a lot of opportunity to engage ESOL students from varying backgrounds as a personal tutor through an assistantship and volunteering with Literacy Volunteers of Atlanta.
1 Subject: ESL/ESOL
Stone Mountain, GA
Wakako W. ...Now I did my part to introduce who I am a little bit and choice is yours. It is up to you, chose wisely for your bright future. I can teach the beginner to the advance of writing, reading and conversational Japanese to all ages.
2 Subjects: including Japanese, special needs
Jonesboro, GA