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Chuguluke A. ...I would like to say that Turkish is almost my mother tongue. It sounds very similar with my native language,Uyghur Turkish. When I was in London University as a visiting scholar, I worked with my Turkish supervisor Dr.
9 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, Chinese
Temple, GA
Chris B. ...I currently work as a Music Pastor, and would love the opportunity to tutor in any way possible. My wife and I are both certified sign language interpreters and have worked in the education setting for 2 years as well as medical appointments, conferences, and business meetings. My wife's parents are Deaf and ASL was her first language.
10 Subjects: including piano, ESL/ESOL, sign language, special needs
Carrollton, GA
Jim W. ...I have ten years of experience as a teacher in grades K-8 and one year of experience as a tutor in Math and English with a Learning Center. I also have a working knowledge of Spanish and have taught the language for two years in the elementary school setting. Finally, I am a part-time tennis professional with thirty years of experience teaching ages three to adult.
5 Subjects: including English, writing, ESL/ESOL, proofreading
Dallas, GA
Chichi O. ...As a chemistry major and currently a pharmacist, I understand how important math and science is in today's world. I am flexible on the weekends, and have a library nearby that we can use for tutoring purposes, as well as a business center in my apartment. I am also a volunteer for the Junior Ac...
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, precalculus, trigonometry
Dallas, GA
Alvah Michael R. ...Then,the text is read. Repeated Exposure strengthens understanding of the vocabulary and improves comprehension. It should be repeated exposure in both written and spoken form.
16 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, geometry
Newnan, GA

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