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Teaching since 2017
Teaches students 5 to 10
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Lessons will be fun and learning Arabic would be easy! Based on the students need and level
I believe in modern ways of learning ! Being a PYP teacher for almost 2 years taught me a lot about different teaching strategies
Speaks French, Spanish
Teaching since 1981
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have a deep knowledge of Spanish grammar, orthography and syntax. My pronunciation is very clear. I make difficult things look easy. If you want to develop conversational Spanish in short time (understanding many people with different accents), I have the methodology for you to be fluent in Spanish.
My name is Gregorio M. I am a native speaker of Spanish with a very clear pronunciation. I am a Spanish instructor at Washtenaw Community College. I have a degree in chemistry and a master degree in environmental chemistry. I have been working as a Spanish tutor in the Ann Arbor area since 2009.
Speaks Sign Language for the Deaf, Sign Language for the Deaf
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
B.A.Degree from Marygrove College
I have been teaching Sign Language for the Deaf for over twenty years.
I have taught it in the classroom because I have had two students who were Deaf, and I had to find a way to communicate with them so I took classes in Sign Language for the Deaf so I could communicate with Pam and Charles, and my students could communicate with them as well.
I start out by teaching my students the ABC'S, Numbers one to ten, simple phrases such as please, thank you, your welcome, the colors of the rainbow and simple questions and answers. I also teach words to songs that students can sing in church.
I have been the only Customer Service Representative at Fairlane Town Center that could Sign to the Deaf customers, and I have also Signed for my church.
I ask that if a student wants to learn Sign Language for the Deaf that they bring someone with them that they can practice with throughout the week.
I am a patient, enthusiastic teacher in the following areas: piano, violin, cello, drums, music history, and music theory. I have taught vocal and instrumental music in both Catholic and Public schools, and in after-school programs, for 20 years, and have been giving private lessons for 9 years. I
Loquacious, but each moment of verbal conversation has a message that leads to the musical lessons of the day. I really appreciate her knowledge and skill. I am often reminiscent of my violin instructor as a child. Each session leaves me with the zeal to practice hard in eager preparation
for the next.
I have found that the attending student group to be extremely supportive to all other students especially to those experiencing performance anxiety. Repeating attendees (from all over the country) have formed lasting friendships among themselves which have endured for years. Eight week long sessions are given throughout the year. In addition there are summer sessions for school aged youth
and also 4 short week sessions for those wishing to try a sampling of the camp. This past January was my 3rd year attending the camp and I will be returning again next year. My experiences at the camp have been truly unforgettable. More information can be obtained at Sonatina.com
Speaks English, American Sign Language
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 1997
Sign Language is an awesome form of visual communication! I love ASL and the deaf culture. I have years of experience and I'd be delighted to teach you. All ages welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to your needs and goals. Not only will you be signing like a pro in no time, but you will be able to communicate with the deaf and hard of hearing communities. Let's get started!
Hey There! I'm Chaneé. I am an American Sign Language tutor and professional Actress. Over the years I have taught ASL to many actors for specific roles and just great students who wanted to learn to communicate with the deaf. If you have friends or family that is deaf or dealing with hearing loss
Speaks English, Hindi, Bengali
Teaching since 2009
Accounting from Icai
Being here from eastern India I know how difficult it is to make kids understand the value of hindi. With me I make the subject interesting and beautiful with them. I have taught hindi to various age groups here. I will teach them grammar, how to connect different words to form a sentence and various other things.
I hope I will be able to share my knowledge and experience with you all and keep my good work.
Hello All This is Amrita.. An accountant by profession.. Currently taking Accounting,Hindi, English Maths classes at home. Teacher/ Tutor focused on implementing highly effective instructional practices to improve student learning & academic success.Highly motivated & skilled educator who
Speaks Chinese, English
Teaches students Male: 5 to 40; Female: 5 to 50
Awarded Piano Competition Award from US & Asia
Piano Competition Awards: 2019 Grand Prix London International Music Competition, First Place Winner, London 2018 III Future Star International Piano Competition, 3rd Prize Winner, Young Master Division, New York 2018 North International Music Competition, 1st Prize winner, Solo Piano XI, S
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