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Stephen P. ...In writing, understanding basic parts of speech, various sentence patterns and paragraph structure along with 5 writing styles are essential components towards developing good writing skills. I generally utilize Kelly-Wingate Writing/Grammar workbooks. As with any subject this tutor tracks stud...
6 Subjects: including Elementary Math, Elementary (K-6th), Reading, Writing
$20.00/hr
Alsip, IL
Brendan D. ...I have experience with using manipulatives and other techniques to teach basic math skills and concepts. I student taught fourth and fifth grade students and have worked with 2nd, 4th, and 6th grade students for the past year at my current school. I am certified in Orton-Gillingham reading instruction and received training in reading instruction as part of my masters degree.
31 Subjects: including Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Logic, Elementary (K-6th)
$60.00/hr
Forest Park, IL
Owen Y. ...My best official ACT math score was a 36 on a test in which I scored a 35 composite. I have taken the test only twice, the first of which I scored a 33 composite. I understand very well exactly what the ACT math section tests on and what is needed to perform well on the test.
52 Subjects: including Prealgebra, Elementary Math, ACT Math, GRE
$80.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Vimal R. ...If you don't know Russian and I start talking to you in Russian, you're not going to have any idea what I'm saying. The same goes for Math: If you don't learn the language of Mathematics, you'll never understand anything your teachers say. I know the language of Math, and I can teach it to you just like I have done for several students before.
26 Subjects: including Trigonometry, Econometrics, Linear Algebra, Finite Math
$60.00/hr
Woodridge, IL
Debra A. ...Receptive vocabulary comprises words that are understood. Productive vocabulary refers to words used in context, where the individuals are able to match the intended meaning. The types of vocabulary needed for success are, reading vocabulary, listening vocabulary, speaking, and writing.
10 Subjects: including Elementary (K-6th), Elementary Math, Reading, Writing
$50.00/hr
Glenview, IL

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