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Lexi M. ...In my student teaching placement I taught trigonometry to students. The students ranged from 9th to 12th grade and contained students with different abilities. I worked with students in class and in tutoring sessions during school.
11 Subjects: including statistics, algebra 1, algebra 2, precalculus
New York, NY
Terri B. ...I have shot hundreds of headshots and business portraits. It's easy to become a better photographer, but there are many components to doing this. Great photos are a combination of composition, timing, technique, lighting and the proper post-production whether that be on the computer or in the darkroom.
1 Subject: photography
New York, NY
Anastasia S. ...With the same ease and success, the student will ultimately be able to draw a simple object, a complicated still life, or even the human face in its exact likeness. I offer lessons in painting, drawing and sculpture as well as portfolio preparation; my students have been admitted to the most pre...
1 Subject: drawing
New York, NY
Arielle L. ...I always focus on the positives and strengths of the child in order to achieve the best results. I provide different strategies to practice reading and writing. In addition I provide assesments and progress reports to show the growth and the glow of the child.
8 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, French
New York, NY
Thomas L. ...I grew up in New York and New Jersey. I have a background from high school and college of academically excelling in all my courses in English Language Arts where I did well in vocabulary, spelling, syntax (verbal/written parallelisms for maximum clarity), and the full range of rules of grammar a...
23 Subjects: including reading, Spanish, English, writing
New York, NY

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