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Helen C. Hello, I am a graduate from the Atlanta College of Art, and I love to illustrate through drawing and painting. I have drawn all my life and enjoy sharing my skill set and imagination with others. I have a patient personality and a good sense of humor, which I think is important to have through out life.
1 Subject: drawing
Pasadena, CA
Mariana K. ...Excellent communication skills to deal with different students with different needs. Qualified concert performer and chamber ensemble artist. Also active performer and accompanist since age eight with broad cultural background and genuine passion for music.
2 Subjects: including piano, music theory
Burbank, CA
Noel S. ...La Patrie [“The Fatherland”] is female – hence why countries like Britain have a female gender, e.g. “The Motherland,” or “Mother Russia”) because “Patrie” ends in -e. Almost all French nouns that end in -e is female by gender, with specific exceptions. I teach all of this. (2b) I teach only 10...
14 Subjects: including French, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Los Angeles, CA
Yuri Y. ...I have graduated 2 music schools. One was in Japan, and the other one was Los Angeles College of Music (LACM) at Pasadena, CA. I majored in vocal at both schools and developed singing techniques, performance skills, songwriting skills and technique of piano playing.
7 Subjects: including Japanese, piano, music theory, voice (music)
Pasadena, CA
Sarah C. ...I found songs on Youtube, created games, and made my own worksheets with drawings. Instead of using standard English language books or cds, I always adapted my lessons in a way that I thought would be fun and exciting for the students. I have lots of experience writing as I pursued my Master's in French, but I wrote my papers mostly in English.
9 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, French
Sherman Oaks, CA

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