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Speaks American Sign Language
Teaches students 1 and up
Awarded Teacher of the Year (Dallas Independent School District) from DallasISD
Being born to deaf parents, my first language is American Sign Language. I am a CODA (child of deaf adult). My primary language is English and an expert ASL signer. By nature, Im apart of the Deaf/HH community and look to grow in advocating. I would like to reach hearing parents with deaf children or even hearing children with deaf parents by helping them advance in using their sign language skills proficiently.
I’m also interested in working with students whom are interested in ASL as a second language or even a hobby. Taking ASL in high school and need tutoring? I can assist in learning the visual and gestural communication of the signing.
Do you want to expand your signing skills from a CODA (Child Of Deaf Adult) and educator? ASL being my first language and English a second language, I’ve signed to my mother, father, brothers and others in the deaf community by nature. I’m currently learning to sign music in ASL which has been a gr
Speaks English, Spanish
Awarded Outstanding Merit & Accomplishment Award from Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges
Teaches students 8 and up
Vertel S.Book Now
I focus on conjugation, culture, grammar, composition, vocabulary, and conversation skills.
It took the love of another language to help me appreciate my own, and later, to appreciate the beauty of learning. As an educator, I care about more than just a passing grade; my goal is to see you succeed beyond your wildest expectations! MORE ABOUT ME I earned a Master's degree in Spanish fr
Teaching since 1991
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
Shellye T.Book Now
All levels, all ages
Accent Acquisition (Reduction), Business English & Conversational English Are you struggling with your accent or want to practice your English with an English speaker and take control over your learning? I have a linguistics background and will guide you through what it takes to speak American
Teaching since 2018
Teaches students 5 to 55
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Salina M.Book Now
Hello! My name is Salina. I am here to help anyone interested in improving or learning the American (English) language- from conversations, to accents, or basic English for beginners.
I am fluent in Hindi and Gujarati. Open to connect with all ages from 5 and up.
I am an Entrepreneur, with degrees in business administration and political science from Georgia State University. I am also a mother of two boys- so I know the importance of learning a new skill or language. I will use a non-traditional method to approach teaching- so it is fun for all ages. I w
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2020
Sam S.Book Now
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Speaks English, German
Teaches students 12 and up
Teaching since 2012
Wilkommen! After growing up at the beautiful Baltic Sea in Northern Germany, I studied one full year in Australia and then went to Ghana for 4 months until I ended up moving to Florida -always teaching the German and English language! I would be happy to share my knowledge & expertise about different vocabulary & cultures with you!
Willkommen! Coming from the beautiful Baltic Sea in Northern Germany, I have lived and taught German in Australia for one year and in Ghana for 4 months before I moved to Florida two years ago. I feel happy & blessed living in this paradise and I would love to share my knowledge about different lan
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