Search for a Springfield, VA Latin Tutor

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Otto W. ...My qualifications to serve as a tutor in the subject area of public speaking are based on my professional experiences as a university professor. I have over 20 years of speaking in public to audiences that span the range from excited preschool children to professionals in science and engineering...
52 Subjects: including Latin, English, reading, chemistry
Washington, DC
Roshan A. From Fall 2009 to Spring 2016, I was an assistant professor of Classics and Religious Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. My favorite part of being a professor was the times I got to work one-on-one with a student, whether in an independent study in Greek or as an adviser to an honors thesis or other research project.
5 Subjects: including Latin, writing, Greek, religion
Arlington, VA
Beate P. ...I almost aced the Praxis I test in Math (Pre-Algebra level) and feel very comfortable tutoring on that level. I studied Latin for five years in high school and for two in college, and substitute teach for Latin teachers on a fairly regular basis. I consider myself an expert in reading, having t...
20 Subjects: including Latin, reading, English, French
Fredericksburg, VA
Steven F. ...I have also taught speaking and speech to students in special classes dedicated only to those subjects/skills, most recently, two hours twice weekly during the winter months of 2014-2015 for each student. Since 2007, I have also regularly tutored speaking and speech, one-on-one, to private stude...
54 Subjects: including Latin, reading, writing, English
Gaithersburg, MD
Joseph T. ...I have an excellent grasp of English grammar, sentence structure, and paper organization. I help students to not only avoid grammatical mistakes, but also build good papers, from start to finish. The SAT reading test is primarily about understanding a text quickly and finding and interpreting the information quickly so that the student is able to glean the most important points accurately.
20 Subjects: including Latin, reading, writing, geometry
Washington, DC