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Haddonfield, NJ

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Are you looking for a great tutor? I'm the one you've been looking for.

I've had 3 years of tutoring experience in the following subjects:

* Computers (Java, general topics, C++, C, HTML, application programming, and others)
* Math (from elementary math to algebra)
* Piano (from basic to more advanced)
* Guitar (from theory to more advanced)

I've had favorable reviews from my former clients, and I'll have competitive low rates as well. What are you waiting for?
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Vinel C. November 20, 2017
· Piano · In home
Larry is so wonderful; patient and reassuring.
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Tiziana September 23, 2016
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
I am a beginner, but because of Larry's different method of teaching music theory, it was easy for me to understand the fundamentals of music scales and consequently the origin of the chords and how they are formed. Larry goes the extra mile to make sure that you capture and understand the concepts.
Thank you!
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Richelle T. June 29, 2016
· Piano · In home
Larry P has been an excellent starter piano teacher for my son. In 10 months my son is able to understand music and is on the road to being more confident in his ability to play the piano. Larry is patient and has a firm grasp on music concepts that he can easily transfer to any student who wants to learn.
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Larry P.

Larry P.

Haddonfield, NJ 08033
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About Larry P.

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Cave Creek, AZ

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About Larry
***My Takelessons Blog Posts:***
http://takelessons.com/blog/acting-in-famous-Shakespeare-plays
http://takelessons.com/blog/how-to-have-stage-presence

My name is Larry, and I was born and raised in Chicago and now call the Phoenix, AZ metro area home. I have two Master's Degrees in Education (Higher Ed. and Teaching and Learning with Technology), and am working on another M.A. currently in History. I have a tutoring business of my own, working with excellent education partners like Takelessons.

My tutoring business is geared towards middle, high school,and college students, and my specialization is geared in three arenas:

1) The Humanities: History (U.S., European, Oriental, and World), English, Literature (with a special passion for all things Shakespeare), and Social Studies (including American Government and Political Sci
ence).

2) Papers: Research papers (and how to do the research for them), essays, creative writing - everything to do with papers you ever wanted to know.

3) Drama (the Theatre kind of drama, not life drama): Acting, directing, staging, analysis, including the aforementioned Will Shakespeare.

***My Promise to You***

I will treat you like an individual - that means that we'll find out how YOU learn best, and we'll work that way. I don't teach "to the test", I don't teach memorization. I teach by asking and answering questions, as well as providing information.

***My Expectation of You***

That you will come with an open mind, come with questions, come with not just the willingness to learn and have fun, but the expectation to do both.

***Lesson Details***

*The Humanities*
The reason so many people go screaming into the night when confronted with lessons in things like history, or government, or English for that matter, are all the names and dates to memorize. I don't teach that way. We begin with things you want (or need) to know. From there, we cover how those things affected other things, It's a huge world out there, and how we got here from where we started is a wonderful and complicated trip. History doesn't happen in a vacuum, and we learn who we are by knowing where we come from.

*Papers*
Obviously I won't write your paper for you, but I will show you how and where to start your research (and how to sort it as well). I will also proof-read for grammar and/or organizational errors and show you how to structure it in general terms.

*Drama*
I have acted, I have directed. From the community to professional levels. We will talk about character creation, about staging, about working with your director as well as your fellow actors. We will mostly brainstorm, and you will be able to experiment in vision as well as technique.
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Lata V. November 12, 2017
· AP English · Online
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Krystal N. November 10, 2017
· AP English Literature · Online
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Eric September 14, 2017
· Stage Performance · Online
Very helpful. This is the instruction i believe I need.
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Larry P.

Larry P.

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About Jackie A.

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Clifton Heights, PA
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Hi there! Thanks for taking the time to check out my profile. Just a side note, I DO have a background check just not through the company TakeLessons wants me to use. I have taught elementary and middle school aged children through this website (as well as adults.) I have experience tutoring high school students in Spanish and French as an undergrad in college. I also taught English abroad while I studied in Geneva, Switzerland. I have taught English as a Second Language as a volunteer in the city. This past year I have taught French, Spanish, and English as a Second Language through TakeLessons.

I am TEFL certified and have a B.A. in Political Science - concentration in International Politics, minors in French and Theatre.

Here are some articles I have written featured here on the Take Lessons website -

http://takelessons.com/bl
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http://takelessons.com/blog/5-perfect-travel-destinations-for-beginner-spanish-speakers-z03
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jackie August 9, 2016
· Spanish · Online
Jackie is a great teacher. She is easy to work with and makes learning a new language seem doable and fun. She tries to find exactly what you want to work on and get you speaking in Spanish right away.
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Shloka V. February 25, 2016
· French · Online
Very patient and understands the child's psychology.. She teaches very well.
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Ritika K. November 10, 2015
· Spanish · In studio
Very friendly and flexible. My kids love her from the first class. Looking forward for more lessons.
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Jackie A.

Jackie A.

Clifton Heights, PA 19018
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$20 / 30-min

About Deanna B.

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Riverside, NJ

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I'm a teacher in Philadelphia. I've been teaching and tutoring in this area for the last 7 years. Currently, I teach Social Studies (American and World History). I'm also tutoring Math, Reading (Phonics), ACT Test Prep, and Study Skills.
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Sawsan S. August 3, 2016
· Geography · Online
Awful. I had 33 questions and she only helped me with 2. She kept saying that if you solved it and you got that answer then maybe it be fineasier. I was the only one who was talking as if I were the tutor.
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Iryna R. July 20, 2015
· American History · In studio
I really liked Deanna. She is very erudite and humorous. Deanna is well versed in the history and she is able to transmit information very interesting. Confident that this course will be very useful and interesting for me!
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Deanna B.

Riverside, NJ 08075
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About Patti P.

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Marlton, NJ
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Hello!

My passion is to help those who struggle with reading to feel more confident and enjoy success in all they do. I am a Reading Specialist, having taught in an elementary school for over 14 years as well as doing private tutoring. I use the Wilson Reading System which is a super way to learn if you have difficulty with phonics, grammar or vocabulary and you'll see results with comprehension too. This is also the perfect program for those who have been diagnosed with a reading disability.

For those who need lessons in becoming fluent in English, I can provide that as well and get you on your way easily with functional use. This includes writing.

I look forward to working with you!
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Patti P.

Patti P.

Marlton, NJ 08053
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Norristown, PA

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I have been coaching chess for 2-3 years. I have been passionately studying the game of chess for 13 years. I am currently a 1939 USCF player (Class A player). My highest rating was 1983. But I am committed to go to 2200+ USCF player (National Master player). I have won several chess tournaments as well.

I am currently coaching 7 students to go above and beyond their expectations. If you hire me as your coach, I will take you above and beyond your expectations in the game of chess. My coaching style is hands on, which means that I provide move by move feedback. My coaching philosophy is grounded in encouragement and meticulous game review. My one student that I have been coaching for 2 years went from never playing chess to a 1350 USCF chess rating.

I graduated from Kutztown University of PA in 2013 with a B.S. in Biology: Molecula
r/Micro/Cell with two Minors in Mathematics and Biochemistry. I have such a passion for math, science, and chess. And I try to live with that passion everyday and show that passion to people everyday.
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Steve Atlee August 4, 2017
· Chess · In studio
Matthew is very knowledgeable of the game. He is easily approachable and has the ability to connect with students of all skill levels as well as multiple generations. My teenage son was comfortable with him immediately and he is not always receptive to learning if the setting feels awkward to him. As for my own experience I received valuable insight into my own games after reviewing score sheets from tournament games and isolating those ever present blunders that seem to lurking on every chess board just waiting to be discovered. Anyway I give a hearty two thumbs up to my millennial friend.
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Rachele July 26, 2017
· Chess · In home
Great teacher!

Matt is honest. If there is something he doesn't like about your chess game, he will definitely come out and say it. His criticism allows you to focus on that part of your game. You will be able to improve your flaws on and off the chess board.

Matt is also very competitive. If you beat him in a game of chess, it's like you've beaten him in a game of life. The day you've accomplished this, you will know the grasshopper has become the master.

If you're new at taking lessons, you need to start here, with Matt. I would highly recommend him to any chess player who is seeking to improve their game, beginner or advanced.
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Jake July 26, 2017
· Chess · Online
Matt is more than a teacher and mentor. He is like a brother to me. Over the course of the last two years, I've taken weekly lessons from Matt. I have not only developed a strong teacher-student relationship with Matt, but I have also developed my game through his guidance. Matt's approach to teaching is fun and engaging. I would recommend him to any aspiring chess players.
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Mathew M.

Norristown, PA 19401
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Philadelphia, PA

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I am an artist, graduated from the Pennsylvania academy(PAFA) with a Bachelor in Fine art. My interest and concentration is in both Painting and Drafting. Art is my Passion, and to me it means many forms, from drafting, to painting, to intellectuality and how to represent it, to even more physical and energetic form like music. Education is my second passion, and i find it correlating perfectly with art. I love to educate and spread art as I think of myself as a very social, people oriented person.

I have multiple Years of experience in teaching Art. Recently taught Elementary school in an after school program, and the experience was wonderful.

I currently preform Professional demos(color theories, drawing and painting) and display in galleries. Currently working on new projects.

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-How to See and measure correctly
-Perspective and how to perceive and apply basic to advance understanding
-Technicality / application and drafting for Painting and drawing
-Understanding Portraits, human figure/ Anatomy
-Understanding how light work, and how to take control of Value to create forms
-Color Theories
-Art Critique and Helping in portfolio's for high school and college level
-From Basic to Advance understanding of Oil Painting Techniques.
-Subject matter, narration and subjectivity in Art
-Intellectual art theories and History
-Narrative and sequential. Focusing on subject matter, Narrative/narrting and sequentially creating strips,comics or ideas.
- Illustration and comics ( subject matter and narrating and brush works/ techniques.)
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Anthony July 25, 2017
· Drawing · In studio
Has a great knowledge of the fundamentals and is great at breaking them down step by step to make it very easy to understand and learn. Great artist and super helpful teacher!
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Kaitlyn July 23, 2017
· Painting · In studio
Moe is a good instructor, he has a lot of experience with teaching basics and intermediate topics in the fine arts. Not only is he familiar with traditional painting and techniques, but his practice itself is very innovative in inspiring you how to harness your own skills and seeing artmaking in your own way.
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Manhei July 23, 2017
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Mostafa is a great colleague. He is enthusiastic and dedicated to his art. I recommend his classes.
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mostafa D.

Philadelphia, PA 19127
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$45 / 60-min

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Bellmawr, NJ
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I have over 13 years of tutoring and teaching experience. I was a math teacher at Triton Regional High School from 2004 to 2015. While there, I also tutored homebound students and coached the chess team. I thoroughly enjoy the one on one experience of tutoring. It gives me the opportunity to build one's confidence and fill in any gaps a student may have in the foundation of the subject being taught to them. Please don't hesitate to contact me to learn more and/or to possibly schedule lessons.
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Donald B.

Donald B.

Bellmawr, NJ 08031
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$42 / 60-min

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Mahopac, NY
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I have a bachelor's degree in psychology and graduating in May with a master's in mental health. In high school, I worked with children entering into kindergarten: basic needs, snack time, lunch time, school work, and school work evaluation. Also, interned hands on in a second grade class for a year working with kids who needed extra attention or had a language barrier, graded work, helped with lesson plans and giving lessons. I have also taken classes in child psychology and and developmental psychology. I babysat two young twin girls on and off for an extended period of time. I am pet friendly and an animal lover! Past job history also includes working at Putnam ARC, working hands on with children and adults with special needs. I am currently a clinical intern at St. Vincent's Hospital working on a partial hospital unit working primaril
y with adults with mental health illness. I have a lot of knowledge to share and love to work and teach others.
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Gianna V.

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Milpitas, CA
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I didn't choose it, it chose me!” says this teacher on the TES forums. “I was teaching elsewhere. I retrained and never looked back. Specifically, I enjoy puzzles, crosswords, etc. Sitting down and working through an A-level textbook is just as satisfying. So, working with maths all day is great! Being a Head of Maths is the best job I've ever done. I have always really enjoyed working with kids. I enjoy the relative perceived importance of maths over most other subjects. I enjoy the challenge of the subject both personally, and in terms of the way I can bring it across to others. I like the creativity involved in teaching. I much appreciate the camaraderie amongst the teaching community. I greatly appreciate any job which will give me 13 weeks holiday per year, so I can live a little.”

“Teaching maths to kids who don't want to be there
is one of the most difficult jobs in the world,” says another teacher in the TES community. “But when you get their trust and you get their intrinsic motivation going, it is the most rewarding. It does take spark and personality to get there.”
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Jason S.

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