Search for a Washington, DC ESL/ESOL Tutor

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Nancy K. ...I took a year off from school to work as a Development Coordinator, which involved a lot of contact with donors, letter-writing, and grant writing. Now I am in graduate school to get a Master's degree in International Development Studies. I am still on the road to learning, which will give me a...
9 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, English, piano, grammar
Washington, DC
Lewis W. ...Lewis provides clear explanations to a complex subject-matter through real-life examples. His passion for math is contagious!" I have completed coursework and earned A's through Multivariate Calculus 3 and Differential Equations, plus additional work involving stochastic partial differential eq...
58 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, chemistry, English, physics
Washington, DC
Seamus F. ...As a top scorer on the SAT I and the Literature SAT II, I know that standardized tests are a special challenge. They require specific strategies, knowledge of the test's structure, and above all practice. With my experience not only of conquering the SAT myself, but of giving my students the to...
7 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, English, grammar, SAT reading
Washington, DC
Kathleen D. ...I have experience teaching with an international company that specializes in Language Training, Cultural Training, Translation Solutions, and Expatriate Relocation Services. I can teach Spanish to English-speakers, or I can teach English as a Second Language (ESL) to non-native English speakers. I've had students who speak Korean, Spanish, and Portuguese.
8 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, English, reading, writing
Washington, DC
Steve P. ...I spent many years at the ACLU and at the U.S. Justice Department. I teach law at G.W. as an adjunct, and I run a Washington semester program for law students, in which I find and manage their externships and teach an interdisciplinary companion course covering a dozen subjects.
10 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, reading, English, writing
Washington, DC