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
$100.00/hr
Washington, DC
Patti B. ...This suits for casual travelers to Thailand. I’m also happy to work with more serious learners who are interested in reading written Thai and expressing more complex thoughts. Each on-line article or video will be formulated and prepared for you to find a gist, present a main idea, and answer questions related to the topic.
1 Subject: Thai
$40.00/hr
Washington, DC
Tara F. ...I am very culturally sensitive and I consider myself a very empathetic, kind teacher. My methods for learning are creative and I know that if I'm not having fun, you're not having fun! I promise that our classes together will be entertaining, thought-provoking, and rewarding.
12 Subjects: including Spanish, TOEFL, writing, reading
$50.00/hr
Washington, DC
Evan S. ...The student must feel comfortable with the tutor, and feel empowered to do his/her own critical thinking. My tutoring style involves being receptive to the needs to the student, and adapting my teaching to fit his/her preferred learning style. I graduated with honors from American University and had a GPA of 3.89.
15 Subjects: including Spanish, reading, English, writing
$35.00/hr
Washington, DC
Justin R. ...Yes, some memorization is required, but there are other, higher-order thinking skills that can be more valuable when studying the breadth of a subject such as Latin and Roman Civilization. I also prefer to engage my students in instruction by making sure they can give me feedback on my methods, ...
1 Subject: Latin
$75.00/hr
Washington, DC