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Michelle S.

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Federal Way, WA (98023)

Travel radius
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Hourly fee
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Michelle's Tutoring Subjects

Approved subjects are in bold.
Math:
Algebra 1
Prealgebra
English:
Grammar
Proofreading
Reading
Writing
Elementary Education:
Elementary (K-6th) more »
Elementary Math
Elementary Science
Grammar
Reading
Homeschool:
Algebra 1
Elementary (K-6th) more »
Prealgebra
Reading
Writing
Corporate Training:
Grammar
Proofreading

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Elementary (K-6th)

My accumulated education experience has given me the skills necessary to be an effective K-6th tutor. Currently I help with two 3rd and 4th grade home school students in reading and reading comprehension. I have been working with them for a year. The work is already pre-determined by a school district. We start off with critically reading a subject and answering in-depth questions about what he/she has just read. We end by reading out loud while reviewing difficult vocabulary words that may arise during the reading. I also tutor two other 3rd and 6th grade students in reading comprehension, the writing process, and any homework issues that may arise. The writing process is a multi-step approach to publishing a completely error-free final draft. I have both of them brainstorm about the assigned prompt, write a first draft, edit by themselves and then with me, write a second draft, re-edit again, and finally be able to have learned from their mistakes and independently write a final draft. Also, during the whole summer of 2013 I was an assistant teacher to Pacific Science Center's science camps- I worked with a wide range of 1st to 6th graders. My time at the Pacific Science Center gave me the chance to experience a classroom since I did not work with a couple of students but an entire classroom full. I quickly learned to manage a larger audience, keep their focus and attention, cater to individual needs, and ultimately teach a fun lesson several times a day.

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Approved Subjects

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