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Liane C. ...I have been teaching ESL/ESOL to international college students for 9 years at a local university. I love teaching these classes! Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced Writing, Reading, Grammar, Vocabulary & Communications Tutoring to help traveling business professionals is also available, especially if you need help preparing for "American style" business presentations.
27 Subjects: including ACT English, ACT Reading, English, reading
$65.00/hr
Cumberland, RI
Margaret K. ...This lead to developing Cross Cultural Communication seminars for the company. From 2010 to 2011 I taught ESL group classes with Embassy CES at Merrimack College in Andover, MA. Currently, I offer English tutoring to adult individuals working for pharmaceutical companies, teach ESOL at a Commun...
2 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, German
$50.00/hr
Rowley, MA
Michael C. As someone who recently went through high school and the standardized test-taking process, I can provide comprehensive instruction and relevant advice. I have fresh experiences in a high schooler's shoes, which helps me understand and offer the most effective preparation and tips. I am a current Harvard University undergraduate who will be majoring in Applied Mathematics.
10 Subjects: including ACT Science, ACT Math, physics, chemistry
$100.00/hr
Cambridge, MA
Danielle R. ...Elementary: I have taught at the professional level and undergraduate/graduate career level in 4 different elementary / K-8 schools. My Massachusetts Teaching Degree is Special Education Teaching, Moderate Disabilities, pK-8. Literacy Needs/Dyslexia: In my undergraduate and graduate career, I worked with developing readers who required supports in literacy/phonics skills.
5 Subjects: including reading, dyslexia, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
$60.00/hr
Allston, MA
Beth S. ...The first part of my job as a tutor is to convince students that “Smart is not something you are. Smart is something you get.” Also known as a “growth mindset,” this belief can drive students to keep trying and keep working when faced with a challenging task. My job is to set tasks that are just hard enough to meet a student where they are now and take them to the next level.
9 Subjects: including reading, writing, grammar, Special Needs
$50.00/hr
Worcester, MA

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