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Hello, my name is Josh, and I am a doctoral student studying the Syriac language, an ancient form of Aramaic, and Coptic, the last stage of the native Egyptian language. I have experience teaching Latin to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as individual tutoring for high school students and a free class for adults at a Catholic parish. I have also tutored high school and undergraduate students in algebra, trigonometry, geometry, pre-calculus, and calculus.
My tutoring style is one that, rather than spending time drilling new material, leads the student to draw on what he or she already knows to arrive at correct answers. My style is also accurately described as easy-going, in that I am happy to tailor the style to the needs and comfort of the student. I have taught students ranging from high school age to senior citizens, so I am flexible with various learning styles. Hello, my name is Josh, and I am a doctoral student studying the Syriac language, an ancient form of Aramaic, and Coptic, the last stage of the native Egyptian language. I have experience teaching Latin to undergraduate and graduate
Josh was patient, attentive, knowledgeable. He knew the material really well and was able to explain it to me in a way I understood.
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