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Jareth A. ...Students learn not just tools, techniques, and skills, but also how to solve a creative problem. I encourage my students to attend competitions, and students learn how to prepare portfolios for AP Studio. I am certified to teach Art, English, and Theatre.
3 Subjects: including English, literature, proofreading
Fort Worth, TX
Xia Z. ...In these few years, I ever taught some of my friends' kids Chinese and I loved teaching them. I will listen to what you need and customize the class to let you reach your goal. Hope to see you learning Mandarin!
1 Subject: Chinese
Fort Worth, TX
Jordan H. ...I am 18 (soon to be 19) years old, and graduated high school back in June. Throughout the years, I have been complimented on my intelligence, and have decided to take a shot at being an English tutor. I haven't had any previous experience with tutoring, but I hope my other qualifications pass as acceptable reasons for being hired.
11 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, grammar
Fort Worth, TX
Rosemary M. ...By a systematic approach to studying grammar, most students learn this very necessary skill. Learning basic sentence patterns, subjects, verbs, and the different types of verbs are usually the first area to be taught. Clauses and phrases usually scare the wits out of many of the new students, b...
16 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
Fort Worth, TX
Sidney D. Brazilian Portuguese is my mother language. I was a Physical Education teacher and coach for sixteen years and an English teacher in private school for two years back in Brazil. I raised my family in both countries, and have been here in the USA for eighteen years.
9 Subjects: including Spanish, reading, ESL/ESOL, Portuguese
Arlington, TX

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