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Danilo S. ...I have two degrees to teach Italian: from the University of Siena and from Dilit International House of Rome. I started teaching Italian in 1994 at the Christian Catacombs of Rome, where I gave tailored guided tours to foreign students who were studying Italian. I taught also at the Music Acade...
1 Subject: Italian
Philadelphia, PA
Elizzy M. ...Signing Naturally will build conversational skills, which will guide to structure of grammar, along with the vocabularies. You will be naturally learning how to introduce yourself, know which kind of question to ask with proper facial expression. You will be able to describe your family and things before you know, you will be communicating effectively in ASL.
1 Subject: sign language
Drexel Hill, PA
Tanya H. ...I have also sponsored the Student Council at one of my schools. My teaching style might best be described as hands-on and compassionate towards the needs of the students I tutor. I want to take each student from where he/she is to where he/she has the potential to be.
18 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
Philadelphia, PA
Joshua W. I was a mathematics major at Rowan University, graduating with a B.A. in 2001. I have always enjoyed mathematics and willing to teach others. Life is about paying it forward - giving more than you take.
3 Subjects: including algebra 1, prealgebra, soccer
Oaklyn, NJ
Angelica R. ...I was previously employed by my college to be a resident adviser and a writing tutor. In those positions I had to maintain a repertoire with my students and ensure that their writing and other educational needs were met. Before and during my time as a tutor I held a position at Chesterfield Elementary as a teacher's aide during a before and after school program.
4 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, literature
Runnemede, NJ

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