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Jake H.
I graduated from UC Santa Cruz in 2013 and received a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies with a focus on Ancient Greek and Latin Languages. Since finishing school, I participated in MASA Israel Corps, an English-teaching and volunteering program in northern Israel. For eight months I taught and...
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1 Subject: Latin
Jake H.
$45.00/hr
Oakland, CA
Xiaoyu J.
...I want to teach my students to learn how to take photos, and also how to create your theme of photo. To create something unique. I got my B.F.A at UC Berkeley, major in Art.
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7 Subjects: including drawing, photography, painting, Adobe Photoshop
Xiaoyu J.
$40.00/hr
Berkeley, CA
Declan A.
...I thoroughly enjoy my work and encourage my students to enjoy what they are doing as well, so they can be set up for the best learning environment possible. I am a mathematics major from UC Berkeley. I can tutor anything from basic math to multivariable calculus and linear algebra.
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23 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, statistics, algebra 1
Declan A.
$50.00/hr
Walnut Creek, CA
Adrianna F.
...I began taking yoga at my community college in 2003 and continued until I was no longer allowed to enroll through the community college! Following this I began taking yoga in studio environments until completing a 200 hour Yoga Alliance Instructor Certification in early 2011. I am currently an ...
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3 Subjects: including Latin, literature, yoga
Adrianna F.
$75.00/hr
Martinez, CA
Peter F.
...The multiple-choice portion reflects spelling, grammar, and punctuation, and how to correct sentences and paragraphs using those mechanics of writing. The essay is more open-ended, and asks the test-taker to comment on an assigned question or topic in question. An essay is built upon the following layout: Introduction, Main Body, Conclusion.
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17 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, grammar
Peter F.
$50.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
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