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Mark D. ...I am qualified to teach elementary science and have passed the WyzAnt test for this subject. Why things are the way they are has always fascinated me, especially when I was younger. All of the forces that exist on the earth today are always worth knowing more about.
12 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Germantown, MD
Jennifer C. ...I can do the same for you. No matter where you think you are or how much you may be struggling, I can say with certainty that I can teach you to become a stronger, more empowered, more confident reader and writer. I can help bring history, philosophy, and the arts alive for you.
18 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, ESL/ESOL
Laurel, MD
Javier M. ...I have a Bachelors of Arts in French. I studied French for 10 years and have been to France on two occasions for study and leisure. I have tutored in French with textbooks and materials.
7 Subjects: including English, Spanish, French, ESL/ESOL
Hyattsville, MD
Chris P. ...I make every effort to be flexible with time, but it is limited. Please let me know at least 48 hours prior to a lesson if it must be cancelled or rescheduled. I am able to travel for lessons and also available online through video chat.
1 Subject: Spanish
Hyattsville, MD
Colette S. ...Sometimes, the puzzle game would extend down the wall and onto the floor! This proved not only to be a fun way to speak with one another in English, but it also helped to increase the students’ vocabulary. Another part of the learning experience for some of my students was to explore different environments ranging from museums to participating in a simple cooking class at Whole Foods.
4 Subjects: including English, ESL/ESOL, proofreading, vocabulary
Hyattsville, MD

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