Search for a Washington, DC Language Tutor

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Leah R. ...I have a graduate certificate in Latin from Catholic University, where I am working on an MA in Latin as well. I believe that Latin is for everyone and that everyone can -- and should -- learn Latin. It improves the ability to think clearly and logically, builds vocabulary and supports the learning of other languages.
1 Subject: Latin
Washington, DC
Eglal O. ...I enjoy the one to one approach to teaching as it is more personal. Tutoring requires a lot of effort from the part of the tutor as it implies tailoring the lessons according to the needs as well as the personality of each student. I have a lot of resource at home to supplement the text books I...
1 Subject: French
Washington, DC
Cara F. ...It also means gaining the rhythm, intonation, and linking of our American speech music. I can also help you develop your vocabulary, read like a scholar, and write better. I taught at Howard University for 15 years and have been teaching at George Washington University since 2012.
8 Subjects: including TOEFL, ESL/ESOL, writing, reading
Washington, DC
Chantal M. ...In all I will show you a different approach of photography that you will enjoy using for the rest of your life. I have more than eight years of experience working with ADD/ADHD students at all grade levels through college. I have communicated with these student's parents, teachers and peers in order to have a strong understanding of the student's condition and behavior pattern.
31 Subjects: including Spanish, geometry, ESL/ESOL, reading
Washington, DC
Mary L. ...The preceding 138 character sentence has no errors in it, but so often it can be hard to catch your own mistakes. Spellcheck helps, but no computer is as good as your own brain at the proofreading process. Let me help you learn to find and work those proofreading “muscles.” Figuring out SAT reading questions requires reading and thinking skills which differ from what you may be used to.
10 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, English, writing, grammar
Washington, DC