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Michele K. ...At the same time we covered the sight words, gradually moving from beginning to intermediate to challenging sight words. We also read simple books so that my son could see that letters are part of words and that words are part of sentences. I used flashcards to introduce all the sounds and variations of sounds (i.e. soft g and hard g) of the vowels, consonants, and consonant combinations.
12 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), study skills
$60.00/hr
Saratoga, CA
Louise A. ...But the depth of understanding in the course by a student leads to a better prepared thinker on a higher level. You learn to think for yourself, evaluate and not simply memorize. It can be an interesting and sometimes exciting change in Mathematics!
13 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, geometry, algebra 1
$75.00/hr
San Carlos, CA
Ja Yon K. ...I taught Korean for more than 4 years in Tokyo, and have studied many foreign languages myself, so I understand what the most important and difficult things are when it comes to learning and teaching foreign languages. I take a relaxed and open approach to teaching. I believe that students do their best work when they are comfortable and able to freely ask questions.
2 Subjects: including Japanese, Korean
$50.00/hr
Burlingame, CA
Franklin D. ...I hold degrees in music education and performance from San Francisco State University, and have taught on the faculties of several learning institutions. As Performer, Arranger & Bandleader, I head three of the Bay Area's finest musical groups. I serve as principal trumpet and program annotator for a local symphony orchestra.
6 Subjects: including music theory, trumpet, ear training, general music
$80.00/hr
Belmont, CA
Brian W. ...I currently attend De Anza Community College and I'm a nursing student. Weekends are when I have the most available time. My strongest subject is science.
11 Subjects: including chemistry, English, biology, algebra 1
$25.00/hr
San Jose, CA