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Zero travel time is great for a busy schedule.
Typically priced lower than local lessons.
Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
He is very friendly and helped improve my English pronunciation and grammar using his guitar.
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I couldn't sight read very well until I was 16, but I had a great sight reading teacher that showed me how to develop it, and now I can say that I'm one of the best sight readers out there that I know. I was a ballet pianist at Brigham Young University for several years where all I did was sightread binders full of ballet/classical music. I play for choirs, church congregations, jazz bands, or musical jam sessions all the time, and I couldn't do that at all if I didn't learn how to sight read well.
Concerning my musical background, I've played, arranged, and composed piano for choirs, bands, jazz combos, singers. I've been in bands all my life, and have composed for jazz bands, choirs, and orchestras at BYU and in Eastern Europe. I also play about 10 different instruments. I won two Student Emmys in Hollywood for my compositions to BYU's animations in 2010 & 2014.
I am currently writing music for video games.
· Japanese · Online
· English · Online
· Piano · Online
Alexandra is delighted by her opportunities to teach and help her students succeed in achieving their personal goals and ambitions. Please contact her with any questions or interest in taking lessons. She teaches the following subjects:
Alexandra has been studying the violin for over 18 years, taking lessons primarily from Peggy Wheelwright and John England. She played in the youth violin group Pizzicato Strings and was concert master for her middle school and high school orchestras. Alex completed a music minor at the University of Ut
A few of Alex’s favorite pieces include Csardas (V. Monti), Symphony Espagnole (Lalo), Theme from Schindler’s List (John Williams) and The Devil Went Down to Georgia (Charlie Daniels).
Words are Alexandra's passion, and she graduated in December, 2016 with her Honors B.A. in English. She has written for The Standard Examiner and The Daily Utah Chronicle, publishing a variety of articles and gaining experience in research, interviewing, writing, and editing. She has also worked as a research writer and editor for FamilySearch and has been accepted to present twice at the National Undergraduate Literature Conference. She enjoys writing short stories, personal essays, academic papers, and basically anything that includes words.
Alexandra learned Korean while serving in South Korea for a year and a half as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. While there she taught and studied daily in the Korean language, and upon returning home she started the Korean Studies minor at the University of Utah, which she graduated from in December 2016.
· Writing · Online
· Writing · Online
· Violin · In studio
· Italian · In studio
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I am primarily a musician, working in the city but find that teaching others both the language of music and my native tongue, Spanish, are a fascinating and positive way to give back to my community.
Creativity, honesty, and patience are the pillars I work off of; and I know full well that each person requires something different of me, so I will always work towards tailoring the learning process to you and your needs.
I have worked with students of all ages, from preschool to college. Experience has taught me that language proficiency is best achieved when students take an active role in their education. My job as tutor is to identify and encourage the student’s individual learning style.
I am confident that my passion and experience are the qualities you are looking for in a Tutor.
· Russian · In studio
· Piano · In studio
· Vocal Training · In studio
I have been teaching French for a long time, I taught French in Madagascar for 12 months, I was a private tutor for 3 students during 1 year in Provo Utah. And I taught French for 9 months at the MTC Provo.
I can provide face to face teachings and Skype teaching. Phone calls speaking can also be practiced.
I am able to prepare a student for any situation.
My teaching methods go according to the students needs. I can help with:
(A2) Upper Beginner
(B2) Upper Intermediate
(C2) Upper Confirmed
Homework, improving the accent, Business French, Developing your
I provide: course Plans, evaluation of competencies, reading exercises, writing exercises
I am located in Provo
I teach with fun but seriously. So, if you want to learn french with fun and enjoy this language, I'm here ! See you soon
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26 years in an Arabic country (Jordan). More than 20 years of learning Arabic, and 6 years of tutoring individuals, private lessons at home and online. 99/100 degree in Arabic language at the university.
Learning Arabic is a journey, come and join me. Don't miss the chance
· Arabic · Online
Every language has certain expressions that have deeper meanings. When you're taking Korean lessons, it can be fun to learn these Korean expressions. Here, Paradise Valley, AZ teacher Hannah V. teaches you 10 Korean idioms... Idioms are both puzzling and interesting, and sometimes even profound. Read on to find out the true meaning behind 10 well-known Korean idioms. ?: Shot, ?: Abbreviation of ?? (arrow), ??: Like This Korean phrase means that someone or something is super fast. … Read More