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Dave M. ...Several years later I played in a local law enforcement pick-up league for a few years. I also coached basketball at the local YMCA. I have played several different positions throughout my playing time.
9 Subjects: including reading, accounting, algebra 1, elementary math
Pittsburgh, PA
Terry N. ...Together we can determine what works best and make any necessary changes along the way. My work style is fluid. I am always evaluating and improving what I do.
2 Subjects: including reading, grammar
Beaver Falls, PA
Craig B. I've been writing and communicating successfully and clearly in business for a long time. Along the way I have taught and mentored dozens of young employees in the art of writing and speaking clearly and well. Reading, writing, and speaking well are all a function of thinking clearly--and practice.
10 Subjects: including SAT reading, SAT writing, English, reading
Sewickley, PA
David G. ...French courses started from level 1 and went up to six, and I taught all those levels. The Spanish courses were structured similarly, but I taught only up to level four. All these levels went from basic introduction of the language up to SAT Prep and most students I taught in levels 3 and above were able to earn varying credits for college level French and Spanish.
7 Subjects: including reading, English, Spanish, French
Pittsburgh, PA
Kat P. ...English has always been my best subject in school, and when I entered college I was excited at the opportunity to focus my attention on something I have always loved. In high school, I took all honors English courses, and during my college time, I've taken classes that range from Shakespeare stu...
8 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, grammar
Washington, PA

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