Search for a Washington, DC Language Tutor

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James W. ...I am a graduate of Cambridge University in England where I studied Classics and Middle Eastern Languages and have been teaching both Latin and Arabic very successfully for several years on a part time basis. I am also a lawyer (graduate of Harvard Law School) but no longer practice full-time. I...
3 Subjects: including Latin, Arabic, Greek
$55.00/hr
Washington, DC
Sophie H. ...I have 5 years' experience in tutoring Chinese all around the world. My students were from age 5 to age 28, and we have become life long friends. My goal for every student is to help them build confidence and stimulate their interests in Chinese learning.
1 Subject: Chinese
$65.00/hr
Washington, DC
Sarah S. ...I specialize in courses on writing, reading, and public speaking. In college I managed more than 25 writers in my position as Senior News Editor of the paper. I worked closely with each reporter to help make their articles direct, lucid, and representative of their unique style.
15 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, speech, reading, writing
$45.00/hr
Washington, DC
Theodore M. ...In 2003, I transferred to The College of Charleston, in Charleston, SC, to pursue a degree in Music Theory and Composition with an emphasis on jazz theory and technique applied through the guitar. I graduated in 2007 with a BFA in Music Theory and Composition.I have played guitar for 16 years. I studied jazz, folk, and bluegrass in college.
16 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, TOEFL, Spanish, English
$55.00/hr
Washington, DC
David M. Teaching any student requires sensitivity to his/her developmental learning level. Students generally want to acquire experience and competence as human beings. Whether teaching ACT/SAT Prep, English, History or Spanish, the tutor must impart a sense of belief in the student's ability to learn and grow academically and as a person.
24 Subjects: including Spanish, English, reading, grammar
$40.00/hr
Washington, DC